Online First

At Kairaranga, an Online First article has been through the peer-review process, been accepted and is published first here prior to being included in the next full Kairaranga edition.

What do Māori educators want Pākehā outreach teachers to know when working with tamariki Māori on the autism spectrum with high, complex needs?

Catherine Noakes-Duncan

Children with cerebral visual impairment related visual issues in the classroom

Nicola McDowell

Promoting inclusive practice for autistic learners: Universal design for learning

Fiona Mitchell

Belonging: Improving outcomes for a diverse range of high school students. A qualitative systematic literature review

Sarah Darke, Kayleen Clark-Howard

About the Journal

Kairaranga - weaving educational threads, weaving educational practice – is an interprofessional journal about equity in education. Kairaranga acknowledges, affirms, and upholds the tenets of Aotearoa New Zealand's founding bicultural document Te Tiriti o Waitangi. To that end, Kairaranga provides contributors with opportunities to celebrate the first language of our country, te reo Māori. We welcome contributions that are written in te reo Māori.  Ko te reo te mauri o te mana Māori. 

Contributions may focus on:

  • Practice – celebrating, challenging and transforming practice
  • Research – sharing literature reviews, research projects and inquiries into practice
  • Positioning – critiquing an educational issue, including reviews and think pieces
  • Experiences – foregrounding perspectives of mokopuna, whānau, teachers and other educators

Kairaranga is hosted by the Institute of Education, Massey University.

Current Issue

Vol. 24 No. 1 (2023)
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