Research Publications for Alan R (Russell) Bishop
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Bishop, R. (2012). Pretty difficult: Implementing kaupapa Māori theory in English-medium secondary schools. New Zealand Journal of Eduational Studies, 47(2), 38-50.
Mahuika, R., Berryman, M., & Bishop, R. (2011). Issues of culture and assessment in New Zealand education pertaining to Māori students. Assessment Matters, 3, 183-198.
Berryman, M., & Bishop, R. (2011). The Te Kotahitanga observation tool: Development, use, reliability and validity. Waikato Journal of Education, 16(3), 81-94.
Berryman, M., & Bishop, R. (2011). Societal and cultural perspectives through a Te Kotahitanga lens. In C. M. Rubie Davies (Ed.), Educational Psychology: Concepts, Research and Challenges (pp. 249-267). Routledge.
Bishop, R. (2011). A culturally responsive pedagogy of relations. In The Professional Practice of Teaching (pp. 185-204). Cengage Learning.
Bishop, R., Berryman, M., Wearmouth, J., Peter, M., & Clapham, S. (2011). Te Kotahitanga: Maintaining, replicating and sustaining change in phase 3 and 4 schools 2007-2010. Ministry of Education, New Zealand.
Bishop, A. R., Berryman, M. A., Wearmouth, J. B., & Peter, M. (2011). Developing an effective education reform model for indigenous and other minoritized students. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 1-22.
Bishop, R. (2011). Education leaders can reduce educational disparities. In International Handbook of Leadership for Learning: Part Two (pp. 1069-1081). Springer.
Bishop, R. (2011). How effective leaders reduce educational disparities. In J. Robertson, & H. Timperley (Eds.), Leadership and Learning (pp. 27-40). Sage.
Bishop, R., Berryman, M., Wearmouth, J., Peter, M., & Clapham, S. (2011). Te Kotahitanga: Maintaining, replicating and sustaining change. Report for Phase 3 and 4 schools: 2007-2010. Ministry of Education, New Zealand.