Professor Mere A Berryman
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
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., Kay Rameka, L., & Mauria Togo, T. (2022). Unlearning colonial constructs: conception, pregnancy, birth and infancy. AlterNative, 18(1), 173-181. doi:10.1177/11771801221088931
Berryman, M. (2020). Teacher-student relationships. In Oxford Bibliographies. Oxford Press. doi:10.1093/OBO/9780199756810-0232
Townsend, T., Berryman, M., Gurr, D., & Drysdale, L. (2020). Leadership for learning in diverse settings: School leaders setting the agenda. In J. Hall, A. Lindorff, & P. Sammons (Eds.), International Perspectives in Educational Effectiveness Research (pp. 327-359). Springer. doi:10.1007/978-3-030-44810-3_12
Berryman, M., & Eley, E. (2019). Student belonging: critical relationships and responsibilities. International Journal of Inclusive Education, 23(9), 985-1001. doi:10.1080/13603116.2019.1602365
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