The research strand at uLearn is well worth exploring. This week we had a preview of some of what is on offer.
Anjela Webster: Preteens’ notions and perceptions of privacy, and relationship(s) in managing complex social environments online (Taster 3C).
David Paterson: Does teaching through a nature of science perspective increase student engagement in junior high school science classes (Taster 3A).
Jo Robson: Empowering middle leaders in secondary schools: making appraisal a meaningful and valued practice (Taster 3A).
Martin Bassett: Middle leadership in New Zealand secondary schools: A complex role with many challenges (Taster 3C).
Keryn Davis: Young children’s working theories about identity, language and culture (Taster 3A).
Alex Hotere-Barnes: Beyond seeds of doubt – He Aka Matua: Leading a Maori educational research and evaluation strategy (Taster 4B).
A good start and there is so much more to the uLearn15 Research strand.
The recording below explains more as some of the researchers talk about their work.