Kairaranga is a peer-refereed journal that provides a forum to affirm and challenge educational practice. The journal is interdisciplinary and draws on diverse areas of knowledge. It has a special interest in inclusive education.
Four types of papers are published:
- practice – celebrating effective practice and programme implementation
- position – setting out a writer's view on a current educational issue
- research – summarising research or literature reviews of the literature
- experience – stories of children, parents and professionals in different learning settings.
Kairaranga is administered jointly by Resource Teacher: Learning and Behaviour, and the Massey University Institute of Education.
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016