Effective Digital Pedagogies
A research practice partnership with
The Manaiakalani Programme
Below are findings from the Te Pūtahi Whakatairanga Hapori Ako Angitu Woolf Fisher Research Centre study in the form of articles and videos (newest to oldest). To see further readings recommended by the project team, please visit the further readings page. For milestones and technical reports, please visit the research and development page of the Manaiakalani website.
Improving achievement using digital pedagogy
Jesson, R., McNaughton, S., Wilson, A., Zhu, T., & Cockle, V. (2018). Improving Achievement Using Digital Pedagogy: Impact of a Research Practice Partnership in New Zealand. Journal of Research on Technology in Education, 50 (3), 183-199.
Jesson, R., McNaughton, S., Rosedale, N., Zhu, T., & Cockle, V. (2018). A mixed-methods study to identify effective practices in the teaching of writing in a digital learning environment in low income schools. Computers & Education, 119, 14-30.
Raising literacy levels using digital learning
Jesson, R. N., McNaughton, S., & Wilson, A. J. (2015). Raising literacy levels using digital learning: a design-based approach in New Zealand. The Curriculum Journal, 26 (2), 198-223.
Reconsidering home learning in the digital environment
Jesson, R., Meredith, M., & Rosedale, N. (2015). Reconsidering home learning in the digital learning environment: The perspectives of parents, students, and teachers. Set: Research Information for Teachers (3), 35-42.
Tackling the educational challenge of poverty
Jesson, R., Annan, J., McNaughton, S., Snedden, P. (2014) Manaiakalani: Tackling the educational challenge of poverty through innovation and collaboration. In V. Carpenter & S. Osborne (Eds.), Twelve Thousand Hours: Education and poverty in Aotearoa New Zealand. Auckland: Dunmore Publishing.
Jesson, R., Wilson, A. (2019). T-shaped literacy skills: An emerging research-practice hypothesis for literacy instruction 1. Set: Research Information for Teachers Online First. Print issue forthcoming.
A pilot programme to talk about text in secondary school classrooms
Wilson, A., & Oldehaver, J. (2017). A pilot project to promote talk about text in senior secondary classrooms. Literacy Forum NZ, 32 (2), 14-22.