Research and Development

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Research: Quick Links For Schools

Development: Quick Links for Schools

About the Manaiakalani Research and Development Programme

The Manaiakalani  Programme has always invested in research to measure the effectiveness of our pedagogy. The research to date shows strong improvements in learning outcomes is supported by:

From 2007 the Manaiakalani Programme, student progress and achievement has been researched.
From 2013 the Manaiakalani programme has been researched by the Woolf Fisher Research Centre based at Auckland University.
From 2021 Manaiakalani have undertaken the role with oversight from the WFRC, and are using the same robust processes to look at student achievement across the schools involved in the Manaiakalani Programme and report to the stakeholders.

Some of the components of the research being undertaken in 2023:

Manaiakalani Research and Development Team

“We have been privileged from the start to work with Education researchers at the University of Auckland to learn from their evaluations and analysis of information and data,” said Burt. “A third eye to observe classroom interaction and behaviour, test our data and feedback on big ticket issues has improved every aspect of the school process and connection.”