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Publications for A Better Start: E Tipu e Rea

Gillon, G., & Macfarlane, A. H. (2017). A culturally responsive framework for enhancing   phonological awareness development in children with speech and language impairment. Speech, Language and Hearing, 1-11.

Fickel, L., Macfarlane, S., & Macfarlane, A. (2017). Culturally responsive practice for indigenous      contexts: Provenance to potential. In C. Reid & J. Major (Eds.), Global Teaching: Southern perspectives on teachers working with diversity, (101-127). Sydney, NSW: Palgrave MacMillan. ISBN: 978-1-137-53214-5 (Print) 978-1-137-52526-0 (Online).

Macfarlane, A., Macfarlane, S., Graham, J., & Clarke, T. (2017). Social and emotional learning and Indigenous ideologies in Aotearoa New Zealand: A biaxial blend. In E. Frydenberg, A. Martin & R Collie (Eds.), Social and emotional learning in Australia and the Asia Pacific, (pp. 273-289). Sydney, NSW: Springer.

Macfarlane, A. (2017). Kaupapa Māori Research. Paper presented at the Indigenous Research and Education: Creating Change Symposium. University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 16-17 February.

Derby, M. & Macfarlane, S. (2017). Braiding Māori constructs into a National Science Challenge. Presentation at the Indigenous Research and Education: Creating Change Symposium, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 16-17 February.

Gillon, G., Hyter, Y., Fernandes, F. D. M., Ferman, S., Hus, Y., Petinou, K., Segal. O., Tumanova, T., Vogindroukas, I., Westby, C. & Westerveld, M. (2017). International Survey of Speech-language pathologists’ practices in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). In press.

King, J. & Cunningham, U. (2016). Parent workshops: Supporting language communities. Paper presented at the Second UC Intergenerational Transmission of Minority Languages Symposium: Community Matters, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, 12 December 2016.

Cunningham, U. & King, J. (2016). Myth-busting in the face of rumours, misinformation and propaganda: Empowering parents and carers with research-informed information on raising children bilingually in New Zealand. Paper presented in a panel convened by Louisa Willoughby: Boundary crossing: Reimagining heritage language education for the 21st century at the Applied Linguistics Association of Australia (ALAA) annual conference, Monash University, Melbourne, 5-7 December 2016.

Macfarlane, A., & Macfarlane, S. (2016). Shared spaces: Erasing inequities by braiding the rivers of knowing. New Zealand Political Studies Association (NZPSA) Conference: “Divergent Democracies: Politics in the 21st Century”, University of Waikato, Hamilton, NZ, 28-30 November.

Davis, N.E. (2016). Change with digital technologies in education: The Arena. Invited keynote at International Conference on Educational Innovation: Curriculum, Instruction, and Industry-Academy Cooperation, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 24-25 November, 2016.

Derby, M. (2016). DO NOT READ THIS! 3 Minute Thesis presentation at the MAI Doctoral Conference, Victoria University of Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand, 24 November.

Davis, N.E. (2016). Change with digital technologies in education: The Arena. Invited oral presentation for National Tsing Hua University Institute of Learning Sciences, Hsinchu, Taiwan, 24 November, 2016.

Graham, J., Macfarlane, S., Macfarlane, A., & Clarke, T. (2016).  Social and emotional imperatives and Indigenous ideologies: Proposing a repositioning of the politics of learning via a biaxial blend. Presentation to the New Zealand Association of Research in Education (NZARE) Annual Conference: “The Politics of Learning”. Victoria University of Wellington, NZ, 20-23 November.

Macfarlane, A., Macfarlane, S., Gillon, G., Graham, J., Derby, M. (2016). Tangatarua: Confluencing the knowledges from two worlds. Presentation at the 7th Biennial International Indigenous Research Conference, Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, Auckland, New Zealand, 17 November.

Gillon, G. T., Hyter, Y., Dreux, F., Ferman, S., Hus, Y., Petinou, K., Segal, O., Tumanova, T., Vogindroukas, I., Westby, C. & Westerveld, M. (2016). International survey of SLP practices in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Poster Presentation at American Speech Hearing Association Annual Conference, Pennsylvania, USA, 17-19 November 2016. (PDF, 670KB)

Gillon, G. T., Macfarlane, A. H., Derby, M. & Scott, A. (2016). Te reo Māori Phonological Awareness Assessment. Presentation at the 7th Biennial International Indigenous Research Conference, Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga, Auckland, New Zealand, 15-18 November, 2016.
Derby, M. (2016). Ko te kai a te rangatira he kōrero: Turn stories into conversations and watch children’s language grow. Presentation at the Annual Māori Research Colloquium, University Of Canterbury, Christchurch, 4 November.

Derby, M. (2016). Ko te kai a te rangatira he kōrero: Turn stories into conversations and watch children’s language grow. Presentation at the College of Education, Health and Human Development Aboriginal Showcase, University Of Canterbury, Christchurch, 25 October.

Gillon, G. T., Hyter, Y., Dreux, F., Ferman, S., Hus, Y., Petinou, K., Segal, O., Tumanova, T., Vogindroukas, I., Westby, C. & Westerveld, M. (2016). International survey of SLP practices in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Oral Presentation at New Zealand Speech-Language Therapy Association Conference, September 7-9, 2016, New Zealand.

Gillon, G. T., Hyter, Y., Dreux, F., Ferman, S., Hus, Y., Petinou, K., Segal, O., Tumanova, T., Vogindroukas, I., Westby, C. & Westerveld, M. (2016). International survey of SLP practices in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Oral Presentation at International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics International Conference, August 21-25, 2016, Dublin, Ireland.

Eke Pānui, Ake Tamaiti – Giving Meaning to the Title
The appearance of metaphors or idioms in a language is often inspired by factors inherent in a particular context-of-interest. This might occur when an individual or group is looking for an appropriate, telling expression, or when ascribing a name to a new phenomenon. These expressions are quite common in the vernacular of Māori. Creative, conceptual associations or configurations expressed in metaphor or idiom correlate with hidden, sometimes profound links. In naming the project ‘Eke Pānui, Ake Tamaiti’, some key words were selected (eke–embark, pānui-literacy, ake-raise, tamaiti-child). Taking the words symbolically, the title of the project is taken to mean ‘embarking on a literacy journey to raise children’s achievement’