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2015 Joint Staff-Postgraduate Student Research Projects


Joint staff student projects (460 KB)

The attached booklet provides details of the research projects our staff will be undertaking in 2015 and beyond, all of which provide good research and professional pathway training opportunities. Masterate students beginning a Thesis are encouraged to join one of these ongoing programmes of staff research where they will be supported to make a practical contribution to scholarly and professional knowledge. Begin the process by contacting staff associated with the projects ….

Seminar:  Moving Knowledge Around - A Strategy for Fostering Equity in Education

Massey University Institute of Education is delighted to host Prof Mel Ainscow, Professor of Education and Co-Director of the Centre for Equity in Education at the University of Manchester, UK.

Mel will be facilitating a seminar and conversation on the Massey Manawatu and Albany campuses and we warmly invite you to attend.

Details about Mel’s seminar are attached, but to summarise:

TUESDAY 30th JUNE – Manawatu, Institute of Education Boardroom

10.00 -12.00 – Seminar, Moving Knowledge Around: A Strategy for Fostering Equity in Education

1:30-3:00 – A Conversation with Mel

THURSDAY 2nd JULY – Albany, Study Centre Lounge

4.00 - 6.00 - Seminar, Moving Knowledge Around: A Strategy for Fostering Equity in Education

6.30 - A Conversation with Mel

Please contact Caroline Lowe by emailing to register by 25 June 2015.

Click on the link below for more information.  Feel free to share with your staff and other interested professionals!

Mel Ainscow's latest book, ‘Towards self-improving school systems: lessons from a city challenge’  received the following review:

‘ … one of the most extraordinarily powerful books on school improvement and positive systemic change I have ever read. And it bears a message that the world needs to acknowledge.’  Andy Hargreaves.

Mel Anscow Flyer.pdf (369 KB)

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