Action resarch for social and educational change: National Conference/Retreat, Tangata Rua Marae – Waiariki Polytechnic, May 9 & 10, 1997




Table of contents

Programme — Key note address: Maori self Determination in teh education and training of Social Workers (Tamati Cairns and Waereti Tait-Rolleston) — 1.1 Panel of Student researchers — 1.3 Creating honest action research groups (Eileen Piggot-Irvine) — 2.1 Panel of student researchers — 2.2 Utilising action resarch to initiate processes for the development of bicultural teaching and learning in a New Zealand Polytechnic (Michele Knight) — 2.3 Can action research beused to change a research culture? (Pip Ferguson) — 3.1 Development of Rangatiratanga within a Pakeha Context (Christine Herzog, Horiana Kupa, Bob Neufeld, Maahia Nathan — 3.2 Rangahau and action research (Peter Cleave) — 3.3 The triumphs and trials of a neophyte action researcher (Wendy Booth) — 4.1 The importrance of a participatory approach in a bicultural project (Christine Herzog, Horiana Kupu, Bob Neufeld, Makere Hickery, Alemain Mohr, Marlend Borell, Patricia Fong Toy, Maahia Nathan. — 4.2 Action reasearch for personal and social change (Jill Chrisp) — 4.3 Regaining collegial consciousness: the cultural route to regenerating secondary teaching (Steve Barnett)

Primary author: Te Puna Whai Ora

Author biography: Māori, Pākehā

Publisher: The New Zealand Action Research Network

Publication format: Book/report, Conference proceedings

Publication date: 1997

Publication place: Waiariki

Publication availability: Yes

Publication location: Treaty Resource Centre

Catalog reference: Treaty and Local Govt

Sector: Education – tertiary

Historical period: 20th