Research Publications for Sharyn M Heaton
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Heaton, S. M. (2016). The juxtaposition of māori words with english concepts. ‘Hauora, well-being’ as philosophy. Educational Philospohy and Theory, 1-8. doi:10.1080/00131857.2016.1167583
Brown, M., & Heaton, S. (2015). Ko ahau te awa ko te awa ko ahau: I am the river, and the river is me. In M. Robertson, R. Lawrence, & G. Heath (Eds.), Experiencing the Outdoors: Enhancing Strategies for Wellbeing (Vol. 2, pp. 49-60). Rotterdam, The Netherlands: Sense Publishers.
Heaton, S. M. (2015). The potentail of a Māori meeting house as a curriculum framework. Investigating a Māori process lexicon. In Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium 22, Riverton, Wyoming, United States of America.
Tamatea, K., Hohepa, M., Hawera, N., & Heaton, S. (2015). Ngā kaiako mō āpōpō: Waiho mā te iwi e kōrero. Waikato Journal of Education, 20(2), 17-26. doi:10.15663/wje.v20i2.202
Heaton, S. M. (2015). Rebuilding a whare' body of knowledge to inform 'A' Maori perspective of health. MAI Journal, 4(2), 164-176.
Branson, C., Ussher, B., Ferrier-Kerr, J. L., Kedian, J., Heaton, S., & Adam, A. (2015). Neighbourhood collegiality and mutual generosity: Fairfield Cluster Schools research report 2014-2015. Summary of findings. Hamilton, New Zealand: University of Waikato.
Heaton, S. M. (2015). The potential of a Māori meeting house as a curriculum framework. Investigating a Māori process lexicon. In Stabilizing Indigenous Languages Symposium 22. Wyoming, United States of America.
Tamatea, K., Heaton, S., Hohepa, M. K., & Hawera, N. (2014). Te Puni Rumaki – Strengthening Māori medium initial teacher education. In Te Kōhao o te Rangahau: Indigenous Research Conference. University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.
Hawera, N., Hohepa, M., Tamatea, K., & Heaton, S. (2014). Te Puni Rumaki: Initial teacher education for Māori medium classrooms in Aotearoa. In Le Centre des Metiers d’Art, Papaeete, Tahiti.
Heaton, S. (2014). The juxtaposition of Māori words with English concepts: 'Hauora, well-being' as philosophy. In Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia (PESA) Conference (pp. 12 pages). Kingsgate Hotel, Hamilton, New Zealand. Retrieved from http://pesa.org.au/images/conference2014/PESA2014_abstracts.pdf