KIA ORA, Welcome to NZARE
FORTHCOMING NZARE EVENTS
» Toi te Kupu – Toi te Mana - Toi te Whenua Symposium: 26 - 27 September, 2014, Whakatāne. Register online!
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» The 2014 NZARE conference will be held jointly with AARE in Brisbane.
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» Partnership, Power & Education Seminar, Auckland 4 July, Manukau
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NZARE Conference & Annual Meeting 2013
The Annual Conference and AGM held in Dunedin 25-29 November saw 240 people attending across the three days. There was a wide range of workshops and presentations, including keynote speeches from Ron Beghetto, Deborah Fraser, David Bell, Martin Thrupp (Herbison Address) and Angus Hikairo Macfarlane. The proceedings will be available to all participants from about March next year, and can be purchased for other interested parties.
Photos of the 2013 Awards winners are posted on the Awards 2013 page. The citations can be accessed from the main Awards page. Congratulations to everyone.
NZARE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
Download a copy of the President's address (PDF, 65KB). More information on the News page and the 2013 Conference page.
WHAT IS NZARE?
The New Zealand Association for Research in Education aims to foster excellence
in educational research in Aotearoa-New Zealand. The beginnings of NZARE were recounted by Dr Geraldine McDonald in her 2006 Herbison lecture, A spirited beginning: The origins of the New Zealand Association for Research in Education.
NZARE publishes the New Zealand
Journal of Educational Studies (NZJES) and a newsletter (Input - He Panui o Te Hunga
Rangahau Maatauranga o Aotearoa), and organises national conferences and special
Proposals are invited for NZJES special issue 2014. More...
Through a range of awards NZARE recognises and honours high achievements in education research. NZARE supports educational researchers, including post-graduate students, and provides assistance to selected presentations at international conferences.
NZARE has three caucus groups with representation on the Council: Māori, Pasifika and students. Recently, te Early Childhood Education special interest group (SIG) was established.
NZARE disseminates the results of research
through its various activities and provides an important voice on matters relating to research in education.