Ngā mihi to Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi O Ngāpuhi. I graduated at the University of Waikato Marae on 11 December with a Masters of Education, First Class Honours. The title of my thesis is ‘In what ways do the perceptions of connectedness of Māorl students in Alternate Education secondary schools affect their self-efficacy within the learning environment.’ Further to this, last month I was invited to present at the University of Waikato Research Symposium on my research ‘Connectedness – Voices from the Gutters. I have also been accepted to present my findings at the Hawaii University S.T.E.M and Education Conference next year in June.
[Published in E Mara E Pānui 21 December 2017]
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