C6P February Symposium Proceedings


  • The Mind Lab


Digital Collaboration Across Secondary Dance Classrooms Using Project-Based Learning

Courtney Robinson

The Digital Technology Integration and Implementation of a Personalised Learning Approach in Writing Programs will Effectively Enhance and Increase Student Engagement.

Faaletatau Loto

Project-Based Learning in a Primary Classroom: Increasing Knowledge Construction in Mathematics

Gina Lee

Implementing a Professional Development Tool to Support Learning Through Play Pedagogy

Jamie Rose Brown

“Teu le Vā” A’oa’aga Malaga e fa’amalosia Pasifika Mafutaga“ A Learning Journey to Strengthen Pasifika Relationships.”

John Lafai Aloi

Cultural Literacy

Kelly Marumaru

Building Culturally Responsive Relationships Whānau Engagement

Michelle Adams

Digital Natives of He Awa Whiria

Paul Konia

Changing Schools? Establishing a Place to Belong

Phillip Place

Self-Regulation within Place-Based Learning

Rebecca Northe

Teaching Self-Regulation Strategies to Increase Agency in a Secondary School Classroom

Sara Speight

Transitioning with ‘Mana’!

Selaima Tulai

In Pursuit of Equity: Accelerating Achievement by Teaching Through the NZC Key Competencies

Karena Ngata

Changing Hearts and Minds: Enabling the Effective Implementation of Te Arahōu – The Māori Achievement Collaborative

Drew Manning

The Impact of Digital Tools on Engagement and Achievement in Writing

Claire Welch




How to Cite

The Mind Lab. (2022). C6P February Symposium Proceedings. He Rourou, 42. Retrieved from https://herourou.academyex.ac.nz/index.php/herourou/article/view/7229