Mrs Maria Agnes Kalo Williams Meredith

MA (Hons)

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Doctoral Candidate - Doctor of Philosophy

Research | Current

PhD title

Fanau engagement: Understanding the effects of digital learning and home school partnership

  • Stuart McNaughton (Principal Supervisor)
  • Rebecca Jesson (Co-Supervisor)

 

Jesson, R., & Meredith, M. (2014a). Porous learning: What do families and schools need to know and do using netbooks at home to enhance children’s literacy? March 2014. University of Auckland, Faculty of Education Woolf Fisher Research Centre. Auckland: Uniservices.

Jesson, R., & Meredith, M. (2014b). Porous learning: What do families and schools need to know and do using netbooks at home to enhance children’s literacy? June 2014. University of Auckland, Faculty of Education Woolf Fisher Research Centre. Auckland: Uniservices.

Jesson, R., Meredith, M., & Rosedale, N. (2015). Porous learning. What do families and schools need to know and do about learning at home in a digital environment to enhance children’s literacy? Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) Digital Learning Symposium, University of Waikato, June 2015.

Meredith, M. (2015). Fanau engagement: Understanding the effects of digital learning and home school partnership. Paper presented at University of Auckland Faculty of Education and Social Work Doctoral and Postgraduate Symposium, September 2015. Auckland.

Meredith, M. (2015). Fanau engagement: Understanding the effects of digital learning and home school partnership. Paper presented at New Zealand Association for Research in Education Pasifika Research Symposium, October 2015. Auckland.

Meredith, M. (2015). Fanau engagement: Understanding the effects of digital learning and home school partnership. Paper approved for presentation at the International Language, Education and Diversity (LED) Conference 2015, University of Auckland, November 2015. Auckland.

Jesson, R., Rosedale, N., & Meredith, M. (2015). Developing learning@home framework to support parental involvement in digital learning. Paper approved for presentation at the International Language, Education and Diversity (LED) Conference 2015, University of Auckland, November 2015. Auckland.

Committees/Professional groups/Services

Board of Foundation Studies, University of Auckland - current

Foundation and Bridging Educators New Zealand (FABENZ), executive committee - current

 

 

Contact details

Primary office location

ARTS 1 - Bldg 206
Level 5, Room 533
14A SYMONDS ST
AUCKLAND CENTRAL
AUCKLAND 1010
New Zealand