• Can busy classroom teachers really do action research: an action research study in an EAL [English as Additional Language] tertiary setting

      Denny, HG (Applied Linguistics Association of New Zealand, 2006)
      Recent literature in general and language teacher education has promoted the benefits of empowering teachers to be in control of their professional development and curriculum development through reflection on practice and ...
    • Capacity building for school improvement: a case study of a New Zealand primary school

      Stringer, P; Edwards, W (Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association (APERA), 2008)
      Capacity building is now mentioned synonymously with school improvement in much of the literature with an absence of debate on the implications of political, social and economic trends. The paper explores capacity building ...
    • Capacity building for school improvement: a case study of a New Zealand school

      Stringer, P (Springer, 2009)
      Capacity building is now mentioned synonymously with school improvement in much of the literature with an absence of debate on the implications of political, social and economic trends. This article explores capacity ...
    • Capacity building for school improvement: knowledge production and utilization

      Stringer, P (Athens Institute for Education and Research, 2010)
      Educational reform, focused on promoting student learning, depends on schools’ capacity to improve. Building capacity for school improvement is critical. This paper explores capacity building in one low decile, multicultural ...
    • Challenges and support factors of married Emirati students in teacher education

      Stringer, P; Saqr, S; Tennant, L (Quest Journals Inc, 2014)
      The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is on the path to becoming a knowledge economy and the role women play as pioneers and innovators, not only in their own society but, also, in the global community is strongly advocated [1]. ...
    • Challenges and support factors of married Emirati students in teacher education

      Stringer, P; Saqr, S; Tennant, L (2014)
      The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is on the path to becoming a knowledge economy and the role women play as pioneers and innovators, not only in their own society but, also, in the global community is strongly advocated [1]. ...
    • Challenges and support factors of married Emirati students in teacher education

      Stringer, P; Saqr, S; Tennant, L (2014)
      The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is on the path to becoming a knowledge economy and the role women play as pioneers and innovators, not only in their own society but, also, in the global community is strongly advocated [1]. ...
    • Challenges faced by novice Emirati teachers

      DIckson, M; Kennetz, K; Riddlebarger, J; Stringer, P; Tennant, L (TESOL Arabia, 2013)
      Novice teachers can face an array of hurdles when they enter a classroom for which they are fully responsible for the first time. Although teacher education aims to integrate the theoretical and practical aspects of teaching, ...
    • Challenges faced by novice Emirati teachers

      Dickson, M; Riddlebarger, J; Stringer, P; Tennant, L; Kennetz, K (Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Journals (BQFJ), 2014)
      The first years of teaching are well known as being the most challenging of new graduates’ careers, corresponding to the highest attrition rates. Numbers of novice teachers leaving the profession during the first three ...
    • Challenges faced by novice Emirati teachers

      Dickson, M; Riddlebarger, J; Stringer, P; Tennant, L; Kennetz, K (2014)
      The first years of teaching are well known as being the most challenging of new graduates’ careers, corresponding to the highest attrition rates. Numbers of novice teachers leaving the profession during the first three ...
    • Changing cultural economy in the production of Indian performance

      Booth, A (The Asian Migrations Research Theme, the University of Otago, 2014)
      This paper focuses on cultural economy, the “set of socio-economic relations that enable cultural activities” (Pratt, 2008, p. 49). It examines the production and representation of culture as a function of the economic ...
    • The Christchurch Principles

      Hall, D (The Helen Clark Foundation and Auckland University of Technology, 2019)
      November 2019: We believe that the public sphere should be a place of equal participation. As the internet, and social media especially, becomes an increasingly influential public space, these digital media have greater ...
    • Cinderella in Babylon: the discourse of housekeeping in Hotel Babylon

      Harris, C; Schitko, D; Tregidga, H; Williamson, D (Council for Australian University Tourism and Hospitality Education (CAUTHE), 2009)
      This paper looks at the representations of housekeeping and housekeepers in the popular television series Hotel Babylon. The paper discusses some possible effects of the impression constructed of this area of hotel employment ...
    • Cinderella in Babylon: the representation of housekeeping and housekeepers in the UK television series Hotel Babylon

      Harris, C; Tregidga, H; Williamson, D (Intellect Ltd, 2011)
      This article examines representations of housekeeping and housekeepers in the popular television series Hotel Babylon. We take a reflective approach in consid-ering how identities and roles in the Hotel Babylon series are ...
    • Climate Finance Landscape for Aotearoa New Zealand: A Preliminary Survey

      Hall, D; Lindsay, S (Mōhio and Auckland University of Technology, 2018)
      This report, prepared by consultancy Mōhio, examines climate finance in New Zealand. It includes a snapshot of key existing climate finance flows and a look at the instruments available to the Government and private sector ...
    • Code-switching and language maintenance as reflected in the daily communication among Chinese in Auckland

      Yu, S (AUT University: CNKI, 2006)
      Traditional study on code-switching has mainly been focusing on three aspects of this phenomenon: its social function and meaning, psycholinguistic mechanism, and grammatical constrains involved. This paper, however, ...
    • Collective Writing: An Inquiry Into Praxis

      Jandric, P; Devine, Nesta; Jackson, Elizabeth; Peters, Michael A.; Lazaroiu, George; Mihaila, Ramona; Locke, Kirsten; Heraud, Richard; Gibbons, Andrew; Grierson, Elizabeth; Forster, Daniella; White, Jayne; Stewart, Georgina; Tesar, Marek; Arndt, Sonja; Brighouse, Susanne; Benade, Leon (Addleton Academic Publishers, 2017)
      This is the second text in the series collectively written by members of the Editors’ Collective, which comprises a series of individual and collaborative reflections upon the experience of contributing to the previous and ...
    • Community Hospitality: Improving Advocacy and Support for Refugees

      McIntosh, AJ; Cockburn-Wootten, C (Council for Hospitality Management Education (CHME), 2018)
      When refugees are resettled into a destination, not-for-profit organisations offer frontline services to ease refugees’ experiences of trauma and marginalisation, providing advocacy and welcome through reception processes, ...
    • A Conceptual Framework of Tourism Social Entrepreneurship for Sustainable Community Development

      Aquino, R; Lueck, M; Schanzel, HEIKE (Elsevier, 2018)
      The continuous search for responsible and sustainable practices in the tourism industry paves the way for alternative approaches to tourism development. Often, local communities are at the foreground of these innovative ...