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- 20Campbell, Katherine
- 12Hokowhitu, Brendan
- 4Schwier, Richard A.
- 3Gotell, Lise
- 3Kenny, Richard F.
- 3Liu, Lili
Injury severity and 3-month outcomes among Māori: Results from a New Zealand prospective cohort studyDownload
Aims: To examine the prevalence of health and social outcomes pre- and 3 months post-injury, and the association between New Injury Severity Scores (NISS) and 3- month outcomes, for the Māori cohort of the Prospective Outcomes of Injury Study. Methods: New Zealand residents were recruited from...
Instructional and learning technologies are playing an increasingly important role in postsecondary education, but there is evidence that a number of differences exist in how females and males approach, per- ceive, and implement these technologies. As faculty start to offer more of their courses...
Assessments of spatial, constructional ability are used widely in cognitive research and in clinical diagnosis of disease or injury. Some believe that three-dimensional (3D) forms of these assessments would be particularly sensitive, but difficulties with consistency in administration and scoring...
Challenges to State Physical Education: Tikanga Māori, Physical Education Curricula, Historical Deconstruction, Inclusivism and DecolonisationDownload
New Zealand State Physical Education is soon to enter into a new place, as the early stages of writing a new curriculum begin. This article is timely, therefore, because it provides four challenges that need to be addressed if the incoming curriculum develop Māori-defines tikanga into curricula;...
This article examines the silencing of Aboriginal people in Canadian legal discourse. The continued colonization of Aboriginal people is represented in legal decisions which display how Aboriginal laws, evidence, and reasoning are barred from the judicial process. By relying on early precedent...
This paper is a retrospective restorying of an instructional design project in which members of a large urban school board collaborated with faculty members of a large university to design and produce an interactive videodisc. This story has been told from a number of perspectives, but is...
This article is underpinned by the simple question of what knowledge is produced about Māori men and why. In particular, it deconstructs the invention, authentication, and re-authentication of \"traditional\" Māori patriarchy. It begins by examining how Māori patriarchy was invented and...
Faculty adoption of teaching and learning technologies: Contrasting earlier adopters and mainstream facultyDownload
The adoption of teaching and learning technologies is an innovation that challenges the structure, culture and practice of modern research universities. This paper documents quantitatively and qualitatively the attitudes, skills and behavior of the faculty related to the use of instructional...
In this paper we propose a view of instructional design practice in which the instructional designer is an agent of social change at the personal, relational, and institutional levels. In this view designers are not journeymen workers directed by management, but act in purposeful, value based...
For those familiar with Maori Studies, Ranginui Walker's Ka Whawhai Tonu Matou: Struggle Without End is one of those seminal texts that academics in the field return to time and time again. Its title reverberates with Achille Mbembe's construction of colonial peace as a 'war without end.' Often...