Annaline Flint

MEd, PGDipED, BA, HDE

Biography

Annaline Flint is a lecturer in the Faculty of Education at The University of Auckland. She holds a Master of Education degree and is currently completing a PhD. Her research interests include teacher expectations and teacher beliefs; conceptions of values education; and beginning teacher induction and mentoring.

She has been a researcher/lecturer for the Auckland Primary/intermediate Induction and Mentoring Pilot Programme. She is a senior researcher in a Marsden Fast Start Grant funded Teacher Expectation Project: Raising teacher expectations, changing beliefs and enhancing student achievement: An intervention study, which investigated whether teacher expectations for all students can be raised experimentally and then sustained.She is currently involved in the research project: High expectations, remarkable outcomes:Introducing high expectation principles into primary school classrooms.

Previous professional experience

  • 13 years teaching Std 4 & 5 (Years 6 & 7) in South Africa. Syndicate leader; Curriculum leader: Maths and Science
  • 7 years teaching Years 4, 5 & 6 at Sunnybrae Normal. Curriculum leader: Science and Maori. Leader: Environmental Education
  • ACE: Professional Practice and Social Studies
  • Current: Lecturer: School of Learning, Development and Professional Practice (LDPP), Faculty of Education, University of Auckland

 

Research | Current

  • Teacher expectations and teacher beliefs
  • Values education
  • Beginning teacher induction and mentoring
  • Higher order thinking questioning

Research Projects:

  • 2018- Current Project: High Expectations, Remarkable Outcomes: Introducing high expectation principles into primary schools.
  • 2011- Current: Raising teacher expectations, changing beliefs and enhancing student achievement: An intervention study - project website
  • 2009 -2011: The New Zealand Teacher’s Council’s Auckland Primary/intermediate Induction and Mentoring Pilot Programme
  • 2008-2009: Teacher beliefs and student beliefs: what are the relationships?

Teaching | Current

  • Reflective, quality teaching and learning
  • Educational Psychology
  • Theory to practice
  • Assessment
  • Professional practice

Programmes:

  • BEd (Teaching)
  • GradDipTchg (Primary)

Postgraduate supervision

Current students

Name

Degree

Title

To be completed

Richard Kirk

MEd

Perspectives of teachers in relation to teacher-to-teacher and leader-to-leader observations and feedback models and how these can impact upon teaching

2018

Vanessa Talake

MProfStudsEd

Lifting achievement with Literacy: Head teacher and Classroom Teacher Perspectives in a Tuvaluan Primary School

2018

Dillon Rungan

MEd

Mentoring middle leaders in New Zealand primary schools.

2018

Vijay Bhagwandhin

MProfStudsEd

The influence of video analysis on teachers’ reflective practice during professional

2018

Elisabeth Grewe

MEd

Teaching of Christian religious education in primary schools.

2018

 

 Completed students

Name

Degree

Title

Completed

Julianne Pimentel

BEd (Hons)

Social constructions of masculinity and reading: How does it affect Year 7 and 8 Pasifika boys' attitudes and choices in recreational reading?

2013

Amber Pierce

BEd (Hons)

Teachers' Understandings and Perceptions of Sustainability in an Enviroschool.

2014

Nic Chua

MProfStudsEd

The Mediating Role of Teacher Efficacy in the Relationship between Motivations for Teaching and the Integration of Moral Values in Instruction: A Study of Secondary School Teachers in Singapore

2014

Annabel Medland-Slater

MEd

Class expectation: A teacher’s perspective

2014

Biliana Kostova

MProfStudsEd

Fostering values in secular and religious primary schools – similarities and differences

2014

Lukanne Lowe

BEd (Hons)

What influences year 4 students’ attitudes towards reading?

2015

Julia Tod

MProfStudsEd

Provisionally Registered Teachers’ (PRTs) perceptions and experiences of induction and mentoring

2015

Melanie Sorby

MProfStudsEd

Formation of Teacher Expectations in Reading (Specifically related to students diagnosed with dyslexia)

2015

Anne Taylor

MProfStudsEd

The mentoring merry-go-round: An auto-ethnographic study on the differing perceptions of learning conversations between pre-service teachers and their mentors.

2015

Benetta Faualo

BEd (Hons)

What are teachers’ perceptions of the teaching of Te Ao Māori in religious schools?

2016

Simrandeep Kaur

BEd (Hons)

What are primary school teachers' perceptions of English as a second language learners, and how do they manage the learning of these children in their classrooms?

2016

Casey Zhang

MEd

Do teacher expectations in maths differ at a decile one and decile eight primary school?

2017

Natalia Yeo

MEd

Values education from the perspectives of New Zealand early childhood educators.

2017

Lisa Scrivens

MEd

Teachers' understandings of transition anxiety in early childhood education

2017

Mehernaz Darukhanawalla

MProfStudsEd

Teacher engagement with and the sustainability of professional learning

2017

Bethany Hardie

BEd (Hons)

Students’ Attitudes Towards Science in Year 9

2017

Committees/Professional groups/Services

Past and current committees

  • Faculty Equity Committee
  • Faculty Staff-student Consultative Committee
  • TLD Leadership Committee
  • LDPP Teaching Learning Committee
  • LDPP Research Committee
  • LDPP Identity Project
  • TLD Work–Life Balance Committee

Professional Roles and Affiliations

  • Member of AERA
  • Member of EARLI
  • Teacher registration

Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)

Contact details

Primary office location

H - BLOCK. EPSOM - Bldg 6EH
Level 5, Room 513
EPSOM CAMPUS, 74 EPSOM AVE
EPSOM
AUCKLAND 1023
New Zealand

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