Faculty of Education and Social Work


Elizabeth McKinley Publications

Articles in Refereed Journals

  • McKinley, E., & Keegan, P.J. (2008). Curriculum and language in Aotearoa New Zealand: from science to pütaiao. L1 - Educational Studies in Language and Literature, 8 (1), 135-147.
  • McKinley, E. (2005). Brown bodies, white coats: postcolonialism, Maori women and science. Discourse, 26 (4) 481-496.
  • McKinley, E. (2005). Locating the global: culture, language and science education for indigenous students. International Journal of Science Education, 27 (2), 227-241.
  • McKinley, E., Stewart, Georgina & Richards, Parehau. (2004). Maori students in science and mathematics: junior programmes in secondary schools. Set, 3, 9-13.
  • McKinley, E. (2002). Brown bod¬ies in white coats: Maori women scientists and identity. Journal of Occupational Science, 9 (3), 109-116.
  • McKinley, E. (2000), Cultural diversity: masking power with innocence. Science Education, 85 (1), 74-76 (Invited response for a special issue).
  • McKinley, E. (1999). Editorial. SAMEpapers 1999. University of Waikato, Hamilton, Centre for Science and Mathematics Education Research, 1-6.
  • McKinley, E. (1996). Towards an Indigenous Science Curriculum. Research in Science Education, 26 (2), 155-167.
  • McKinley, E. and Waiti, P. (1995). Te Tauaki Marautanga Pütaiao: He Tauira - the writing of a national science curriculum in Maori. SAMEpapers 95. Hamilton: Centre for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education Research, 75-94.
  • McKinley, E. (1995). Response: Maori and Science Education. Access, 13, (2), 122-125.
  • McKinley, E., McPherson, Waiti, P. & Bell, B. (1993). Language, Culture and Science Education. In McKinley, Elizabeth et al (Eds): SAMEpapers 93. Hamilton: Centre for Science and Mathematics Education Research, 232-263.
  • McKinley, E. & Waiti P. (1993). Editorial. SAMEpapers 1993. University of Waikato, Hamilton, Centre for Science and Mathematics Education Research.
  • McKinley, E., McPherson, Waiti, P. & Bell, B. (1992). Language, Culture and Science Education. International Journal of Science Education, Special Issue 14, (5), 579-593, Invited Article.
  • McKinley, E. (1992). Research Issues in Māori Science Education. In Begg et al (Eds): SAMEpapers 1992. University of Waikato, Hamilton, Centre for science and Mathematics Education Research in association with Longman Paul.

Commentary in Refereed Journals

  • Archibald, J., Barnhardt, R., Cajete, G.A., Cochran, P., McKinley, E. and 1 other. (2007). The Work of Angayuqaq Oscar Kawagley. Cultural Studies in Science Education, 2, 11-17.
  • McKinley, E. & Aikenhead, G. (2005). Comments on "Thinking differently about cultural diversity: using postcolonial theory to (re)read science education". Science Education, 89 (6), 901-906.
  • Kincheloe, Joe L., McKinley, E., Lim, M. and Barton, A.C. (2005). Forum: A conversation on ‘sense of place’ in science learning. Cultural Studies in Science Education. 1, 143-160.

Chapters/Articles in Books

  • McKinley, E. (2007). Bodies of knowledge: narratives of colonialism, science and education. In Kenneth Tobin & Wolff-Michael Roth (eds.), The culture of science education (pp. 343-354). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • McKinley, E. (2007). Postcolonialism, indigenous students and science education. In Abell, Sandra & Lederman, Norman (eds.), International Handbook of Research in Science Education (pp. 199-226). Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.
  • Scantlebury, K., McKinley, E. & Jesson, J. (2002). Imperial Knowledge: Science, education and equity. In B. E. Hernandez-Truyol & C. Gleason (Eds.), Moral imperialism: A critical anthology. New York: New York Law Review Press.
  • McKinley, E. (2000). Maori science education: the urgent need for research. In Gilbert Haisman (Ed.), Exploring issues in science education (pp33-40). Wellington: Ministry of Education.
  • McKinley, E., Begg, A. & Jones, A. (1999). Supervision Processes in International Multi-disciplinary Education. In Williams, Paul & Woodhouse, David (Eds.), Achieving Quality: Examples of Good Practice in New Zealand Universities (AAU Series on Quality: Number 3). Wellington: New Zealand Academic Audit Unit.
  • Begg, A., Bell, B., Compton, V. & McKinley, E. (1998). Supervision in a graduate center. In Malone, John A., Atweh, Bill & Northfield, Jeffrey R. (Eds.), Research and supervision in mathematics and science education. Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • McKinley, E. (1998). Māori Women and Natural Resource Management: Towards a Sustainable Future. In Vinding, Diana (Ed.), Indigenous Women: The Right to a Voice. Copenhagen: International Work Group for Indigenous Affairs (IWGIA).
  • McKinley, E. (1997). Māori and science education: participation, aspirations and school curricula. In Bell, Beverley & Robyn Baker (Eds.), Developing the science curriculum in Aotearoa New Zealand. Auckland: Longman.
  • McKinley, E. (1995). Māori Women in Educational Policy, 1960-1991 : A Discourse Analysis. In Kathie Irwin & Irihapeti Ramsden (Eds.), Toi Wahine, The Worlds of Mäori Women. Auckland: Penguin Books.
  • McKinley, E. (1995). A Response to Michael Matthews'. In Bell, Beverley (collator): Responses to 'Challenging NZ Science Education' by Michael Matthews. Hamilton: Centre for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education Research.

Working Papers

  • Scantlebury, K., McKinley, E.. & Jesson, J. (2001). Imperial Knowledge: Science, education and equity. In Jesson, Joce (Ed.), ACE Papers (pp71-83), 8, January. Auckland: Auckland College of Education.

Research Reports

  • McKinley, E.,Waiti, P.& Aislabie, J. (2004). Science, mātauranga Māori and schools. Final Report for Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga/The National Institute of Research Excellence for Māori Development and Advancement. University of Auckland, Auckland.
  • McKinley, E., Stewart, G., & Richards, P. (2004). Māori knowledge, language and participation in mathematics and science education. Final Report for Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga/The National Institute of Research Excellence for Māori Development and Advancement. University of Auckland, Auckland.
  • Bishop, R., Glynn, T., Berryman, M., McKinley, E., Devine, N. & Richardson, C. (2001). The experiences of Māori children in the Year 9 & 10 classroom: Part 1 The scoping exercise. Report for the Ministry of Education, July 2000.
  • Carr, M., McGee, C., Jones, A., McKinley, E., Bell, B., Barr, H., and Simpson, T. (2000). The Effects of Curricula and Assessment on Pedagogical Approaches and on Educational Outcomes. Literature Review. Wellington, Ministry of Education.