Publications


Graduate Profile Attributes

The following citations are for reports of analyses carried out by Dr Makayla Grays and Associate Professor Gavin Brown as to the status of the University of Auckland Graduate Profile with a special focus on the Faculty of Education.

  • Grays, M., & Brown, G. T. L. (2014, May). Structural Challenges in Evaluating Graduate Profile Outcomes at The University of Auckland (Tech. Rep. #1). Graduate Profile Attributes Research Project, Faculty of Education, The University of Auckland.
  • Grays, M., & Brown, G. T. L. (2014, November). Understanding undergraduate attributes: A survey of student self-reported intellectual openness and love of learning at the start of academic year 2014. (Tech. Rep. #2). Graduate Profile Attributes Research Project, Faculty of Education, The University of Auckland.
  • Grays, M., & Brown, G. T. L. (2014, December). Understanding undergraduate attributes: The Views of Senior Leadership at one Research-Intensive University (Tech. Rep. #3). Graduate Profile Attributes Research Project, Faculty of Education, The University of Auckland.
  • Grays, M., & Brown, G. T. L. (2014, December). Understanding undergraduate attributes: A survey of student self-reported interest in and acceptance of diversity at the start of academic year 2014 (Tech. Rep. #4). Graduate Profile Attributes Research Project, Faculty of Education, The University of Auckland.

Please note that Technical Report 1 is a confidential commissioned report and is not available to the public.

Commissioned Reports

The following reports are confidential analyses conducted for the commissioning group. They are listed here to demonstrate the range of skills Quant-DARE have to offer.

  • Asil, M., & Brown, G. T. L. (2014, August). Predicting NCEA Achievement from Year 9 and 10 Standardised Test Data: StarPath Data Report (Quant-DARE Tech. Rep. #1). Auckland, NZ: The University of Auckland, Quantitative Data Analysis and Research Unit.
  • Magyar, B., & Brown, G. T. L. (2014, December). School Effects in NCEA Achievement: StarPath Data Preliminary Analysis (Quant-DARE Tech. Rep. #3). Auckland, NZ: The University of Auckland, Quantitative Data Analysis and Research Unit.
  • Courtney, M. G. R., & Brown, G. T. L. (2015, October). Kia Eke Panuku Year 9 and 10 Data Analysis Plan (KEP Analyst Team Technical Report). Auckland, NZ. The University of Auckland, Quantitative Data Analysis and Research Unit.
  • Courtney, M. G. R., & Brown, G. T. L. (2015, October). Kia Eke Panuku Retention, Engagement, and Te Reo Data Analysis Plan (KEP Analyst Team Technical Report). Auckland, NZ. The University of Auckland, Quantitative Data Analysis and Research Unit.
  • Kushner, S., Cochise, A., Courtney, M., Sinnema, C., & Brown, G. (2015, September). ‘A case study in whole-school innovation’ (Final Report to the International Baccalaureate Regional Office (Singapore) from an Independent Evaluation of International Baccalaureate Primary Years Programme in Aotearoa New Zealand). Auckland, NZ: The University of Auckland.
  • Courtney, M. G. R., & Brown, G. T. L. (2015, March). Evaluation of Student Performance in International Baccalaureate Primary Year Programme Schools in New Zealand: Preliminary Report (IB PYP Evaluation Project—Quant-DARE Tech. Rep. #9). Auckland, NZ: The University of Auckland, Faculty of Education.
  • Courtney, M. G. R., & Brown, G. T. L. (2015, February). School Effects in NCEA Achievement (StarPath Data Analysis—Quant-DARE Tech. Rep. #7). Auckland, NZ: The University of Auckland, Faculty of Education.
  • Brown, G. T. L. (2015, February). Equating PAT and e-asTTle Scores (Quant-DARE Stat. Note #3). Auckland, NZ: The University of Auckland, Quantitative Data Analysis and Research Unit.
  • Brown, G. T. L. (2014, May). The Akaike Information Criterion (Quant‐DARE Stat. Note #2). Auckland, NZ: The University of Auckland, Faculty of Education.
  • Brown, G. T. L. (2014, March). The Gamma Hat index (Quant‐DARE Stat. Note #1). Auckland, NZ: The University of Auckland, Faculty of Education.