DipTchg Well, DipReo/Rōngoa Raukawa, BSc(Hons) PhD Massey University
Ngāti Rangi, Te Atihaunui-ā-Pāpārangi
Prior to his current role at Te Kura Māori, Craig has most recently worked as a Senior Teacher in Māori Achievement with the Correspondence School. He has held previous roles at Onslow College, Auckland and Massey Universities and has spent a number of years working in the USA in a senior science position.
- Teaching and Learning Research Initiative (TLRI) project with science program implementation with wharekura.
- Tātaiako Cultural Competency for Primary Training Establishment (PTE).
- Effective Principal Leadership with Cultural Responsiveness.
- Teacher Professional Development with Primary Sector Science.
Recently completed supervision
Master’s thesis completion
Vanessa Te Huia (2016).Raising Māori student achievement in the New Zealand primary sector: Principals perceptions and strategies for effective leadership. First Supervisor.
Current doctoral thesis student
Ted Cizaldo. TBC. Second Supervisor.
Rofe, C., Moeed, A., Anderson, D., & Bartholomew, R. (2016). Science in an Indigenous School: Insight into Teacher Beliefs about Science Inquiry and their Development as Science Teachers. The Australian Journal of Indigenous Education, 45(01), 91-99.
Rofe, C., Stewart, M., & Wood, M. (2016). Improving student's engagement-changing classroom discourse using teacher restorative professional development. International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies, 7(3-4), 223-239.