Research Publications for Lesley K Rameka

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  • Stuart, M. J., & Rameka, L. K. (2018). Prismatic storying: Making visible multi coloured codes. Knowledge Cultures, 6(1), 79-96. doi:10.22381/KC6120187

  • Rameka, L. (2017). Kia whakatōmuri te haere whakamua: ‘I walk backwards into the future with my eyes fixed on my past’. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, 17(4), 387-398. doi:10.1177/1463949116677923

  • Rameka, L. (2017). Journeying into an unknown future. In Te Pā Harakeke Puanga Matariki Symposium. Conference held Manawatu College, Foxton, New Zealand.

  • Hill, R., Rameka, L., & Skerrett, M. (2017). Māori Medium Transition: Māori Medium Transition.

  • Cowie, B., & Rameka, L. (2017). Curriculum in action:Communication and using information on children's learning. In International workshop initiatives to improve quality of early childhood education in Vietnam, Ha Noi, thang, Vietnam.

  • Rameka, L., & Glasgow, A. (2017). Tua-kana/te-ina agency in early childhood education. Early Childhood Folio, 21(1), 27-32. doi:10.18296/ecf.0036

  • Glasgow, A., & Rameka, L. (2017). Māori and pacific infant and toddler cultural pedagogy: Reclaiming a cultural lens. International Critical Childhood Policy Studies, 6(1), 80-95.

  • Mitchell, L., & Rameka, L. (2016). Analysing belonging in the Australian and NZ ECE curriculum documents. In NZARE Annual and AGM The Politics of Learning. Conference held at Victoria University Wellington, New Zealand.

  • Rameka, L., Glasgow, A., & Fitzgerald, M. (2016). Our voices: Culturally responsive, contextually located infant and toddler caregiving. Early Childhood Folio, 20, 3-9. doi:10.18296/ecf.0023

  • Glasgow, A., & Rameka, L. (2016). Maori and Pacific traditional caregiving practices: Voices from the community. In R. Toumu'a, K. Sanga, & S. Fua (Eds.), Weaving Education Theory and Practice in Oceania. Selected papers from the second Vaka Pasifiki Education Conference (pp. 74-86).


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