Contexts for Becoming and Belonging
Edited By Mere Berryman, Ann Nevin, Suzanne SooHoo and Therese Ford
Mere Berryman is an Associate Professor at the University of Waikato in New Zealand. She began working as a researcher after teaching for over 20 years. This research focussed on collaborating with schools, Māori students, their families and communities through literacy and behavioral interventions. In the 90s she began collaborating with staff from the University of Waikato. This work was to see the inception of Te Kotahitanga, an iterative research and development, secondary school reform programme which continued for 13 years. Mere currently directs another national secondary school reform initiative, Kia Eke Panuku: Building on Success. This initiative spans three tertiary institutions and continues to work extensively with school leaders, classroom practitioners, Māori communities, and other education professionals to bring about effective education reform for Māori. Ongoing evidence of educational disparities for Māori in our schools continues to make this work a priority. Mere has published widely in this field.
Sandra Cornell has a nursing background in community and family practice. Sandra was the manager in the Native Nurses Entry Program before returning to the practice setting as a Registered Nurse in the Anishnawbe Nurse Practitioner-led Clinic. She sat on the Advisory Committee to the Ogimaawin-Aboriginal Governance Council at Lakehead University. She provided thoughtful insight into Indigenous knowledge practices in nursing curriculum. She worked closely with First Nation and Métis community health providers in relation to the Native ← 313 | 314 → Nurses Entry Program and undergraduate-nursing curriculum. She generously shared her knowledge...
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