Te Hurinui Clarke

Senior LecturerTe Hurinui Clarke

Rehua 503
Internal Phone: 93795

Qualifications

Research Interests

Research project is focussed on factors that affect the of retention of students in Senior Te Reo Maori programmes in Mainstream Secondary Schools.

Recent Publications

  • Karaka-Clarke TH. (2019) Pōwhiri: A ritual of encounter framework for engaging with whānau. Set: Research Information for Teachers (1): 3-3. http://dx.doi.org/10.18296/set.0135.
  • Clarke T., Macfarlane S. and Macfarlane AH. (2017) Integrating Indigenous Māori frameworks to ignite understandings within initial teacher education - and beyond. In Whitinui P; Rodriguez de France C; McIvor O (Ed.), Promising Practices in Indigenous Teacher Education: 71-85.Springer. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-6400-5_6.
  • Clarke TH., Macfarlane A., Macfarlane S. and Webber M. (2017) A game of two halves. University of Auckland, Auckland, NZ: Career Development Association of New Zealand (CDANZ) National Symposium, “Aspiration and Possibility”, 31-31 Oct 2017.
  • Macfarlane A., Macfarlane S., Graham J. and Clarke T. (2017) Social and Emotional Learning and Indigenous Ideologies in Aotearoa New Zealand: A Biaxial Blend. In Frydenberg E; Martin AJ; Collie R (Ed.), Social and Emotional Learning in Australia and the Asia-Pacific: 273-289. Singapore: Springer. http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-3394-0_15.
  • Macfarlane S., Macfarlane A., Gillon G., Graham J., Clarke T. and Derby M. (2017) Social and emotional imperatives and Indigenous ideologies: Braiding Western psychology with Indigenous epistemologies. Christchurch, NZ: Psychological Society Annual Conference, 30 Aug-2 Sep 2017.