Effective digital pedagogies

 

A research practice partnership with

The Manaiakalani Programme

 

 

Project Overview

In 2012, the Manaiakalani Education Trust contracted Te Pūtahi Whakatairanga Hapori Ako Angitu Woolf Fisher Research Centre at the University of Auckland to evaluate their educational programme, which was being taught in a small number of schools in East Auckland. This website is dedicated to Te Pūtahi Whakatairanga Hapori Ako Angitu Woolf Fisher Research Centre’s multi-year study of The Manaiakalani Programme (TMP). Over the course of the study, the academic team at Te Pūtahi Whakatairanga Hapori Ako Angitu Woolf Fisher Research Centre are providing ongoing feedback to schools, leaders, teachers, and whānau, and supporting the Manaiakalani Education Trust in the formative use of research data, collective sense-making, and developing hypotheses for change. Read More

Welcome from our project leaders

“The team at the Woolf Fisher Research Centre have a long history of working with schools to improve outcomes for students, and over the next three years we will be working in partnership with teachers and leaders from your or your child’s school,” our project leaders Dr Rebecca Jesson and Dr Aaron Wilson explain. To watch an introductory video by Rebecca and Aaron about the role of Te Pūtahi Whakatairanga Hapori Ako Angitu/Woolf Fisher Research Centre with The Manaiakalani Project, please visit this page.

Other projects by Te Pūtahi Whakatairanga Hapori Ako Angitu
Woolf Fisher Research Centre

If you would like to find out more about other research projects conducted by the Te Pūtahi Whakatairanga Hapori Ako Angitu Woolf Fisher Research Centre, including Summer Learning Journey and Developing in Digital Worlds, please see this page or the Centre homepage at the University of Auckland.