Exploring the teaching of effective approaches for assessing young Samoan children's learning in early childhood centres: Developing an authentic Samoan lens
Ako Aotearoa National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence
||An exploration of child assessment teaching practices in New Zealand teacher education programs and the relationship of assessment practices to Samoan worldviews and cultural values and practices, based on interviews with 2 Samoan teacher education program graduates, focus groups with 8 staff at two Samoan early childhood education centers, and a consultative discussion group with 20 members of an early childhood education network
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