Martin Bassett

Lecturer, Academic Leader - Te Miro Postgraduate
Postgraduate
Location: Building 115, Room 2014
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Supervised thesis projects

Shaw, Nicholas (2016). Supporting first-time middle leaders in New Zealand primary schools
Williams, Rachel (2016). Technology innovations that support technology enhanced teaching and learning and their evaluation in two Auckland secondary schools
Tetzlaff, Keith (2016). The nature, leadership and development of senior leadership teams in New Zealand primary schools
Wood, Chris (2015). Teaching as inquiry : form, purpose and application in New Zealand secondary schools

Publications

Robson, J., & Bassett, M. (2017). Middle Leaders Matter. New Zealand, CORE Education (Vol. May).

Bassett, M. (2016). The role of middle leaders in New Zealand secondary schools: Expectations and challenges. Waikato Journal of Education (Vol. Volume 21 (1)).

Robson, J., & Bassett, M. (2016). Transforming middle leaders: connecting communities of leaders online. ULearn 16, Rotorua.

Cardno, C., Bassett, M., & Wood, C. (2016). Teaching as inquiry in an appraisal context. SET Research for Teachers (Vol. 2).

Bassett, M., & Robson, J. (2016). The Two Towers: Appraisal and Leadership Development for Middle Leaders. DEANZ 2016 Conference, Waikato University, Hamilton.
http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3570

Bassett, M. (2015). Middle leadership in New Zealand secondary schools: A complex role with many challenges. ULearn, Auckland.

Bassett, M., & Cardno, C. (2015). Developing middle-level leaders in New Zealand secondary schools: A diversity of perspectives. New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE) Conference, Whakatane, New Zealand.

Cardno, C., & Bassett, M. (2015). Multiple perspectives of leadership development for middle-level pedagogical leaders in New Zealand schools. Journal of Educational Leadership Policy and Practice (Vol. 30(2)).

Bassett, M.J. (2012). Developing Middle Level Leaders in New Zealand Secondary Schools. Unitec Institute of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.