NZARE launched a blog page on 22 June 2017.
This blog is a forum for us to disseminate our work and share our views about educational topics in Aotearoa New Zealand.
We welcome posts that provide short summaries of your recent research or publications. Disseminating research findings is a major goal for this blog.
We also welcome posts that offer commentary, critical analysis or reflection on current topics (e.g. responses to policies or discussion of issues or achievements in education in Aotearoa New Zealand).
Posts should be of interest to our intended audience, which includes researchers, teachers, parents / whānau, policy-makers, journalists, and other interested community members. Guidelines on content and recommended length are included on the blog.
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We have chosen the name Ipu Kererū for our blog. Directly translated as ‘pigeon carrier’, the term Ipu Kererū can mean both a carrier of news and a repository of treasured and preserved knowledge. We trust that this blog will both convey news and hold knowledge for the education and educational research communities in Aotearoa New Zealand.