Dr, Associate Professor Mere A Berryman
Associate Professor, Director of Poutama pounamu
Assessment and Evaluation in Education; Culture; Education; Education Policy; Education Research; Inclusive Education; Indigenous Education; Leadership; Learning and Education; Maori Development and Education; Reform in Education; Te Kotahitanga; Teacher Education; Teacher Professional Learning/Development; Teaching and Learning
Qualifications: PhD, M Ed with first class honours, B Ed
Personal Website: https://poutamapounamu.org.nz/
Iwi: Ngāi Tūhoe, Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Whare
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In my work, I aim to challenge the pervasive and historical discourses that perpetuate educational disparities for Māori students and disrupt these through school leadership and reform initiatives. In my research, I combine understandings from kaupapa Māori and critical theories and I have published widely in this field. In 2016, I was a recipient of the New Zealand Honour, Officer of the New Zealand Order of Merit for services to education and to Māori in education.
Kaupapa Māori and Critical theories; Culturally Responsive Methodologies; Relational and Responsive inclusion; School and Home-community relationships; Cultural Relationships for Responsive Pedagogy.
Berryman, M., & Eley, E. (2017). Accelerating success and promoting equity through the ako (note 1): Critical contexts for change. Asian Education Studies, 2(1), 99-112. doi:10.20849/aes.v2i1.126 Open Access version: hdl:https://hdl.handle.net/10289/114
Berryman, M. A. P., Eley, E., & Copeland, D. (2017). Listening and Learning from Rangatahi Māori: the Voices of Māori Youth. Critical Questions in Education, 8(4), 476-494. Open Access version: hdl:https://hdl.handle.net/10289/115
Berryman, M., & Lawrence, D. (2017). The importance of leaders discursive positioning in neocolonial
education reform aimed at closing the disparities for indigenous peoples. In D. Waite, & I. Bogotch (Eds.), The Wiley International Handbook of Educational Leadership (pp. 335-353). John Wiley & Sons.
Berryman, M., & Tait, J. (2017). Let me act the part of a man: Duality of genders towards critical leadership. In T. Watson, & A. Normore (Eds.), Radically and ethnically diverse women leading education: A world view (Vol. 25, pp. 145-165). Emerald.
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