CeRME team represent NZ at AERA conference in New York

CeRME director Professor Glenda Anthony and DMIC co-leaders Professor Bobbie Hunter and Dr Jodie Hunter presented a symposium this week at the prestigious American Educational Research Association's annual conference 2018 in New York. Their symposium was entitled "Joining the pieces of the tivaevae to enact strength-based mathematics learning for Pasifika students in Aotearoa New Zealand" and shared evidence of how the DMIC initiative has transformed the experiences of teachers, teacher educators, and students in NZ schools.

The symposium was supported by the New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE), who selected this symposium (previously presented at the 2017 NZARE conference) to represent NZARE at the AERA conference. The AERA conference is the largest educational research conference in the world, attracting over 15,000 participants each year.