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References, resources and organisations

References specifically referred to or quoted in the text are indicated with an asterisk (*).

* Adsett, D., C. Graham, and R. McGregor. Kowhaiwhai Arts. Auckland: Education Advisory Service – Art and Design, 1992.

* Beck, Joy. The Biggest Sandcastle in the World. Auckland: Wendy Pye, 1996. (Written for the Eliminating Violence – Managing Anger programme developed by Specialist Education Services.)

* Cowley, Joy. The Day of the Rain. Wellington: Mallinson Rendel, 1993.

* Education Department of Western Australia. Oral Language: Resource Book. Victoria: Rigby Heinemann, 1997.

* Eggleton, J. "The Letter" in Now I Am Six. Sunshine Books. Auckland: Heinemann Education, 1989.

* Ford, John Bevan, Rei Hendry, and Sandy Adsett. Teaching Māori Art to Children. Palmerston North: Kanuka Grove Teachers' Centre, 1994.

* Hattie, John. "Influences on Student Learning". Inaugural Professorial Address (1999).

* Hunia, Fran and Niki. "The Umu" in Crinkum–Crankum. Ready to Read series. Wellington: Learning Media, 1985.

* Ladd, G. W. "Having Friends, Keeping Friends, Making Friends, and Being Liked by Peers in the Classroom: Predictors of Children's Early School Adjustment". Child Development, vol. 61 (1990).

* Ministry of Education. Change, Loss, and Grief. The Curriculum in Action series. Wellington: Learning Media, 2000.

* Ministry of Education. Creating a Positive Classroom Community. The Curriculum in Action series. Wellington: Learning Media, 1999.

* Ministry of Education. Creative Play. The Curriculum in Action series. Wellington: Learning Media, 2000.

* Ministry of Education. Drama in the Classroom. Wellington: Learning Media, 2001. (video)

* New Zealand Police Youth Education Service. Keeping Ourselves Safe: Knowing What to Do – Years 0–3. Wellington: New Zealand Police, 1998.

* New Zealand Police Youth Education Service. Kia Kaha: Building a Safe, Happy Classroom – Years 0–3. Wellington: New Zealand Police, 2000.

* Pfister, Marcus. The Rainbow Fish. New York: North-South Books, 1992.

* Randell, Beverley. Sally's Friends. New PM Story Books, Pack C. Petone: Nelson Price Milburn, 1994.

* Randell, Beverley. Magpie's Baking Day. New PM Story Books, Pack C. Petone: Nelson Price Milburn, 1994.

* Smith, Miriam. Kimi and the Watermelon. Auckland: Penguin Books (NZ), 1989.

* Smith, Miriam. Annie and Moon. Wellington: Mallinson Rendel, 1990.

* Snunit, Michal. The Soul Bird. London: Robinson, 1998.

* Stoddard, J. "Teacher Perceptions of the Level of Social Skills of 5–7 Year Old Children". A thesis written for The Child Development Foundation, University of Auckland, 1998.

* Walker, H. M., G. Colvin, and E. Ramsey. Anti-social Behaviour in School: Strategies and Best Practices. Boston, MA: Brooks/Cole, 1995.

* Willberg, Helen and Fay Clarke. Sounds Forty. Auckland: New Zealand Playcentre Federation, 1988.

Organisations

Youth Education Service

New Zealand Police

Office of the Commissioner

PO Box 3017

Wellington

Phone: (04) 474 9499

Fax: (04) 474 9417

Email

Child Development Foundation

PO Box 109697

Newmarket

Auckland

Phone: (09) 520 6512 or 0800 438 233

Fax: (09) 520 3654

Email

Contact your local police education officer through your local police station.

Acknowledgements

This is the online version of Kotahitanga Getting on Together in the Curriculum in Action series, published 2001 for the Ministry of Education by Learning Media Limited, Box 3293, Wellington.

The Ministry of Education would like to thank all those who contributed to the development of this book, in particular Gaye Moriarty of the Child Development Foundation and the principal writer, Gill Palmer.

The song "Aroha" is reproduced from Sounds Forty, compiled by Helen Wilberg and Fay Clarke for the Playcentre Foundation, Auckland, 1998. Lyrics copyright © Helen Wilberg.


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