Date: 2013 From: Waikato journal of education,, Waikato journal of education (Online), By: O'Neill, John, (John Gerard), (Institute of Education, Massey University) Observes initial teacher education (ITE ) has become a subject of discussion with the contested view there is a linear relationship between preferred teaching practices and desired learner outcomes. Notes the challenge of ITE's degree of responsiveness to the developing diversity of NZ's bicultur...
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Date: 28 Jun 2010 From: New idea (Auckland, N.Z.), By: Scarr, Natalie Biographical material.
Date: Dec 2010 From: Investigate, By: Brooke, Amy Argues that the Tribunal has too much power in the treaty settlement process and its too biased and unaccountable to be allowed to continue. Gives an example of an opportunistic claim substantiated in detail by historians and researchers over the Te Roroa Claims Settlement Bill and which Parliame...
Date: Dec 2010 From: Investigate, Looks back at the events of 2010. Mentions stories previously covered by Investigate.
Date: Dec 2010 From: Investigate, By: Philpott, Chris Album review.
Date: Dec 2010 From: Investigate, By: Jensen, Erling Poem.
Date: Dec 2010 From: Investigate, By: Swift, Mike Reports on plans by Facebook to launch a new communication platform intended to unify e-mail, instant messaging, text messaging and the social network's existing message system through a single 'social in-box'.
Date: Dec 2010 From: Investigate, By: Morrissey, Michael, 1942- Book reviews.
Date: Dec 2010 From: Investigate, By: Colebatch, Hal, 1945- Suggests an answer as to why a few people would disagree the world appears to be going to hell in a handcart. Discusses the work of British poet and mystic William Blake and his attack on materialism, rationalism and science.
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Date: 28 Sep 1988 From: New Zealand Medical Journal, By: Hay, Phillipa Looks at the ethics of omitting control groups or using retrospective control groups. Considers the selection of a control group in the light of ethical issues of possible coercion and vulnerability of participants. The related issues of informed consent in medical research are not discussed.
Date: Nov 2009 From: Orchardist, By: King, Dianne Spotlights 4 young families of pipfruit growers in Central Otago, who are all confident that fruit growing is a sustainable business that can return sufficient income from the land.
Date: Apr 2009 From: Investigate, By: Morrissey, Michael, 1942- Book reviews.
Date: Apr 2009 From: Investigate, By: Hensley, Peter J Analyses what went wrong with the world economy.
Date: Apr 2009 From: Investigate, By: Colditz, Graham, (MD, DrPH)Dart, Hank, (MS) Reports on the benefits of Vitamin D as the closest thing to a miracle cure for everything. Discusses results from medical research claiming people with higher vitamin D levels can have as little as half the risk of developing colon cancer compared to those with lower vitamin D levels.
Date: Apr 2009 From: Investigate, By: Wishart, Ian Gives an update to an investigation on the link between Wall Street Group and the international money-laundering racket that funds terrorist mastermind Dawood Ibrahim and Al-Qaida. Clarifies previous allegations made of Riaz Patel and Matt Robson and their involvement in the scandal. Includes a r...
Date: Apr 2009 From: Investigate, By: Wishart, Ian Examines the problems facing the leader of the opposition and his party.
Date: Apr 2009 From: Investigate, By: Ryan, Gwyn Poem.