Research Publications for Noeline I Wright

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  • Wright, N., Thompson, T., & Horne, T. (2021). Talking spaces: Architects and educators. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies. doi:10.1007/s40841-021-00193-5

  • Wright, N. (2020). Mary F. Hill & Martin Thrupp (eds): The Professional Practice of Teaching in New Zealand (6th Edition). New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies. doi:10.1007/s40841-020-00162-4

  • Wright, N. (2020). [Review of The Professional Practice of Teaching in New Zealand (6th Edition) edited by Mary F. Hill & Martin Thrupp]. New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies, 55, 279-282. doi:10.1007/s40841-020-00162-4

  • Wright, N. (2019). Futures of learning in an ‘on’ world: implications for primary school learning. In Primary Education Research Symposium. Symposium held at the Eastern Institute of Technology, Napier, New Zealand.

  • Wright, N. (2019). Editorial. Waikato Journal of Education, 24(2), 1-2. doi:10.15663/wje.v24i2.703

  • Wright, N. (2019). Spaces and places for learning: Transit lounges or VIP club rooms?. In Learning Environments SIG Symposium. Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Wright, N. (2018). Making new schools: Influences, practices, disruptions. In NZARE 2018. Conference held at the AUT South Campus, Auckland, New Zealand.

  • Wright, N. (2018). Becoming an innovative learning environment: The making of a New Zealand secondary school. Springer. doi:10.1007/978-981-13-0764-5

  • Hawera, N., Wright, N., & Sharma, S. V. (2017). Mathematics education ITE students examining the value of digital learning objects. Teachers and Curriculum, 17(1), 81-87.

  • Hawera, N., Sharma, S., & Wright, N. (2017). Initial teacher education students’ reasons for using digital learning objects when teaching mathematics. In A. Downton, S. Livy, & J. Hall (Eds.), Proceedings of the 40th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (pp. 293-300). Adelaide, Australia: MERGA Inc..

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