Education History Research Hub
Research that will be - and is being - conducted within this hub focuses on the study of educational debates, controversies, policies, and practices from a variety of historical perspectives. In essence, historical scholarship is to be utilised in this research hub as a 'lever' for investigating or interrogating contemporary and past educational ideologies and activities.
Research work within this hub can cover topics as diverse and as specialised as the following: Post-primary schooling policies and practices; Junior, high, intermediate, and middle schooling strategies; Vocational, trade, and technical education and training; Rural schooling; Teacher education policies - location and control; Primary and post-primary school qualifications; Church and state relations in education - with reference to state, state integrated, and private/independent schools; Maori schooling policies; Historical relationships between primary and post-primary institutions; General education and democratic schooling philosophies and practices (e.g., comprehensive, common school, or multilateral schooling arrangements), and historical and contemporary issues associated with universities.
Some useful web links are as follows:
- Australian and New Zealand History of Education Society [ANZHES] publishes the History of Education Review journal.
- The New Zealand Association for Research in Education [NZARE] publishes the New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies: Te Hautaki Matai Matauranga o Aotearoa.
- Massey University College of Education, Health and Human Development (Palmerston North) publishes the DELTA: Policy and Practice in Education journal as well as The New Zealand Journal of Teachers' Work.
- The University of Western Australia in Perth publishes the Education Research & Perspectives journal.
- The University of Waikato School of Education publishes both the Teachers and Curriculum: Kaiako Me Te Marautanga, and the Waikato Journal of Education: Te Hautaka Matauranga o Waikato.
- ACCESS: Critical Perspectives on Communication, Cultural & Policy Studies journal.
For more information contact Professor Gregory Lee