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Jo Mane

Lecturer
Te Puna Ako

Graduate supervision of completed theses/dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations

Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Jo Mane as Principal Supervisor

Dunn, Jeffrey Simon (2108). Digital technologies and engaging with whanau (Master of Applied Practice)
Khor, Sarah-Jane Gaiksim (2019). Exploring teachers' perceptions on the use of digital devices and the digital technologies curriculum content in diverse decile 1 schools (Master of Applied Practice)
Swann, Tina-Maree (2019). Whakatipu iwi nui = growing great people : mara kai and service-learning - an evaluation of a culturally responsive approach to teaching in an English medium mainstream school in Aotearoa New Zealand (Master of Applied Practice)
Shawcross, Timothy Lestyn Michael (2019). Online communities of practice in the secondary music classroom : a tool for increased collaboration and peer to peer learning? (Master of Applied Practice)
Thorpe, Margo (2019). Key competencies leading teaching and learning : imagining new possibilities in education (Master of Applied Practice)
Dennis, Hurimoana (2019). Aue te Mamae : exploring Te Puea Memorial Marae's 'Te Manaaki Tangata Programme', as an indigenous response to homelessness in Tamaki Makaurau (Master of Applied Practice)
Westcott, Toni (2019). Factors that influence the efficacy of professional development in digital technologies for New Zealand primary school teachers (Master of Applied Practice)
Heaslip, Laraine (2019). Stories of resilience : supporting young women to thrive at secondary school (Master of Applied Practice)
Garbutt, Jan (2019). The landscape of teaching multi-age classes in a New Zealand secondary school (Master of Applied Practice)
Passmore, Anne (2019). Multi-level language teaching in a New Zealand secondary school : a practitioner research study (Master of Applied Practice)
Ngatoro, Monique (2018). The value of a school based digital learning framework : does it offer the support and guidance needed for teachers of varying digital capabilities? (Master of Applied Practice)
Aperahama, Sarah (2017). Whanau as agents : exploring ways to improve relationships between whanau and teachers (Master of Applied Practice)

Masters theses or dissertations supervised by Jo Mane as Associate Supervisor

Haddon, Gareth (2019). Metacognition in a secondary school : the development of a collaborative and iterative professional development programme (Master of Applied Practice)
Mallinson, Philippa Lorraine (2019). How can knowledge building communities be developed in New Zealand secondary schools? (Master of Applied Practice)
Lata, Reshmin (2018). Enhancing professional learning : identifying obstacles and solutions to the successful development of pedagogical skills for teachers in an online distance school (Master of Applied Practice)
Corkill, Jenny (2018). Implementing digital technologies in one New Zealand school : challenges and opportunities (Master of Applied Practice)
Chukwurah, Winifred (2018). Experiences, symptoms and management related to chronic fatigue syndrome : a small study (Master of Applied Practice)
O'Donnell, Frances (2018-01-28). Teachers in change : an evaluation of the implementation of collaborative teaching in a New Zealand year 7-13 school (Master of Applied Practice)

Publications

de Bruin, J., & Mane, J. (2017). Decolonising ourselves: language learning and Māori media. South-North Cultural and Media Studies (Vol. 30(6)).

Mane, J. (2015). Mauri mate, Mauri ora: Whanau strategies for coping with and combating methamphetamine use. Healing Our Spirit Worldwide - The Seventh Gathering Conference, Hamilton, New Zealand.

Mane, J., Brown-Cooper, P., & Armstrong-Read, A. (2015). Whanaungatanga as pedagogical leadership. N. Williams, J. Carroll-Lind & L. Smith, Wellington, New Zealand (Vol. Occassional Paper Series: No. 2).

Mane, J. (2014). Te Reo Tautoko, A History of Maori Language Broadcasting. R. Higgins, P. Rewi & V. Olsen-Reeder, Wellington, New Zealand (Vol. 2nd).

Mane, J., & Chapman, H. (2014). He Reo Tautoko, supporting Maori language revitalisation. World Indigenous Peoples' Conference on Education (WiPCE 2014), Waikiki, Hawaii.

Armstrong-Reed, A., Cooper-Brown, P., & Mane, J. (2014). Whanaungatanga as pedagogical leadership. World Indigenous Peoples' Conference on Education (WiPCE 2014), Waikiki, Hawaii.

Ord, K., Mane, J., Smorti, S., Carroll-Lind, J., Robinson, L., Armstrong-Reid, A., Brown-Cooper, P., Meredith, E., Rickard, D., & Jalal, J. (2013). Developing pedagogical leadership in early childhood education. Wellington, New Zealand, Te Tari Puna Ora o Aotearoa/NZ Childcare Association.

Mane, J., Armstrong-Reed, A., Brown-Cooper, P., Thompson, L., Apiata, J., Millar, A., & Niha, D. (2013). Whanaungatanga as pedagogical leadership. New Zealand Childcare Association 50th Annual Conference, Te Tari Puna o Aotearoa.