Research Publications for Sophie J Nock

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  • Becenti, G., Nock, S., Stacey, I., & Mackey, R. (2017). Intersectional of indigenous language sovereignty: Cherokee Nation, Diné Nation Kahnawà:ke: Mohawk Territory, and Māori New Zealand. In World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE): A Celebration of Resilience. Conference held at Toronto, Canada.

  • Nock, S., & Almeida, D. (2017). Educational emancipation to the new millennium a perspective from Māori and Native American. In World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE): A Celebration of Resilience. Conference held at Toronto, Canada.

  • Nock, S. J. (2017). ‘What is the impact of learning te reo Māori/the Māori language on Māori well-being?’. In World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE): A Celebration of Resilience. Conference held at Toronto, Canada.

  • Johnson, D. E., & Nock, S. (2016). Taking account of culture: Reporting on the development of a Maori-centred academic writing resource. In National Tertiary Learning and Teaching Conference 2016: Making connections-Whanaungatanga. Conference held at Rotorua, New Zealand.

  • Nock, S. J. (2016). He aha i tū rangatira tonu ai a Te Tohu Paetahi ahakoa kua hipa atu ngā tau 25?. In Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga: International Indigenous Research Conference 2016. Conference held at the University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Nock, S. J. (2016). What makes a University immersion language program so successful after 25 years?. In Sixth International Conference on Immersion and Dual Language Education: Connecting Research & Practice Across Contexts. Conference held at Minneapolis, USA.

  • Nock, S. (2016). How successful is instructed language learning in the teaching of the Māori and the Hawaiian language?. In Sixth International Conference on Immersion and Dual Language Education: Connecting Research & Practice Across Contexts. Conference held at Minneapolis, USA.

  • Johnson, D. E., & Nock, S. (2015). Bridging to tertiary study: A support resource for academic writing in English for Māori students. New Zealand: AKO Aotearoa.

  • Hawera, N., Herewini, L., Nock, S., Reid, D., Rollo, T., & Tamatea, K. (2015). Whāia te tamaiti ki te ako: Supporting and engaging Māori language learners in curriculum and assessment project (Commissioned by Ministry of Education): Whāia te tamaiti ki te ako: Supporting and engaging Māori language learners in curriculum and assessment project. Hamilton, New Zealand: Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research.

  • Johnson, D., & Nock, S. (2015). Taking account of culture: Reporting on the development of a Maori-centred academic writing resource. In 2nd International Conference of the Centre of Racial Equality in Scotland (CRES): The stubborn persistence of racism: Confronting racial inequality through education and action. Conference held at John MacIntyre Conference Centre, Univesity of Edinburgh, Scotland.

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