Research Publications for Lesley K Rameka
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Rameka, L., Ham, R., & Mitchell, L. (2021). Pōwhiri: The ritual of encounter. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood. doi:10.1177/1463949121995591
Rameka, L., & Stagg Peterson, S. (2021). Sustaining Indigenous languages and cultures: Māori medium education in Aotearoa New Zealand and Aboriginal Head Start in Canada. Kotuitui. doi:10.1080/1177083X.2021.1922466
Rameka, L. K. (2021). Kaupapa Māori Assessment: Reclaiming, Reframing and Realising Māori Ways of Knowing and Being Within Early Childhood Education Assessment Theory and Practice. Frontiers in Education, 6. doi:10.3389/feduc.2021.687601
Mitchell, L., Bateman, A., Kahuroa, R., Khoo, E., & Rameka, L. (2020). Strengthening belonging and identity of refugee and immigrant children through early childhood education. Wellington: TLRI. Retrieved from http://www.tlri.org.nz/
Rameka, L., & Ham, R. (2019). Pōwhiri: Strengthening a sense of bicultural belonging and identity for refugee families. In NZARE 2109 Conference. Christchurch, New Zealaned.
Mitchell, L., Kamenarac, O., Khoo, E., & Rameka, L. (2019). Policies, theories and methodologies for investigating belonging for refugee and immigrant families in ECE. In NZARE 2019 Conference. Christchurch, New Zealand.
Mitchell, L., Wong, S., & Rameka, L. (2018). Editorial. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 19(4), 325-327. doi:10.1177/1463949118816398
Stuart, M. J., & Rameka, L. K. (2018). Prismatic storying: Making visible multi coloured codes. Knowledge Cultures, 6(1), 79-96. doi:10.22381/KC6120187
Mitchell, L., Bateman, A., Ham, R., Kahuroa, R., Khoo, E., & Rameka, L. (2018). Refugee and immigrant families: Pathways to belonging through early childhood. In NZARE 2018. Conference held at AUT South Campus, Auckland, New Zealand.
Rameka, L. (2018). Maori perspectives of being and belonging. In Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood Vol. 19 (pp. 367-378). Conference held Victoria University, Wellington. doi:10.1177/1463949118808099