Research Publications for Katrina R Mcchesney
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Burford, J., McChesney, K., Frick, L., & Khoo, T. (2022). Doctoral students at a distance? 20 ideas to support institutions and supervisors. Retrieved from https://supervisingphds.wordpress.com/
McChesney, K., Burford, J., Frick, L., & Khoo, T. (2022). Doctoral research by distance [website]. Retrieved from https://doctoralresearchbydistance.wordpress.com/
McChesney, K., Burford, J., Frick, L., & Khoo, T. (2022). Reframing doctoral research by distance: No longer second best. In 8th Postgraduate Supervision Conference. The Centre for Higher and Adult Education, Stellenbosch University, South Africa [online].
McChesney, K., & Burford, J. (2022). Supporting the wellbeing of doctoral researchers who study at a distance. Retrieved from http://www.exploreandcreateco.com/
McChesney, K. (2022). The environment as third teacher: Features of a high-quality early childhood learning environment. Retrieved from https://nzareblog.wordpress.com/2022/06/27/ece-environment/
McChesney, K. (2022). [Review of Strategies for Writing a Thesis by Publication in the Social Sciences and Humanities. By Lynn P. Nygaard and Kristin Solli (2021)]. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies. doi:10.1007/s40841-022-00248-1
McChesney, K. (2021). Problems, possibilities, and provocations for mixed methods research in education. In New Zealand Association for Research in Education Annual Conference 2021. Virtual/online conference.
Amundsen, D., Ballam, N., & McChesney, K. (2021). Students' transitions into initial teacher education: Understanding barriers and enablers through an ecological lens. Australian Journal of Teacher Education, 46(3), 91-111. Retrieved from https://ro.ecu.edu.au/ajte/vol46/iss3/6/
McChesney, K. (2021). Paradigms for mixed methods research. Social Research Association, UK. Retrieved from https://the-sra.org.uk/SRA/Blog/Paradigmsformixedmethodsresearch.aspx
Amundsen, D., Ballam, N., & McChesney, K. (2021). How can we support students’ transitions into initial teacher education?. New Zealand Association for Research in Education. Retrieved from https://nzareblog.wordpress.com/2021/06/28/ite-transitions/