Whanaungatanga

Community-centered research!
Eastern Institute of Technology and Otago Polytechnic are
pleased to announce that the 2019 ITP research symposium
will be held at Eastern Institute of Technology – Te Aho a Māui,
Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th April 2019.

Themes:

Relationships | Networks | Reciprocities |Obligations

Register Now

2019 ITP Research  Symposium

The theme of the symposium is community-centred research, demonstrating the key role that New Zealand’s institutes of technology and polytechnics (ITPs) play in ensuring that research has a tangible impact and benefits our communities. We will run a single-stream symposium with an associated exhibition, maximising opportunities for networking between researchers, industry and community stakeholders. We are aiming to run a zero-waste symposium, without single-use plastics and limiting the use of paper.

Keep up-to-date with symposium news including announcements about keynote speakers by following us on  Twitter @2019ITP.

Timeline:

10 February 2019: Abstracts must be submitted
28 February 2019: Draft programme will be available and submitters will be notified whether they have been accepted, after peer-review of abstracts.
29 March 2019: Deadline for registration
8 April 2019:
 Presenters using slides must submit their slides for compilation.

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Relationships

We need each other

Obligations

We meet our commitments to each other

Networks

We can help each other

When

Day One: Monday 15 April, 2019

Day Two: Tuesday 16 April 2019

Reciprocities

We can learn from each other

Where

Eastern Institute of Technology (EIT)

501 Gloucester Street

Taradale, Napier 4112

Click here for campus map

Register before 29 March!

Secure your place at this year’s national ITP research symposium on Monday 15th and Tuesday 16th April at EIT in Napier.

Speakers

Meet Our Speakers

Hörður Torfason
Hörður Torfason

Artist & Activist

Carla Houkamau
Carla Houkamau

Associate Professor- University of Auckland

Sally J Morgan
Sally J Morgan

Professor of Fine Arts- Massey University

Symposium Programme

April 15th, 2019 | Day 1

from 8.30 am
Check-In
Registration at Te Ūranga Waka, School of Māori Studies
9:00 am
Welcome

EIT CE Chris Collins and Executive Dean for Research Professor Nat Waran

Pōwhiri led by Te Ūranga Waka Te Ara o Tāwhaki marae
Welcome from EIT CE Chris Collins and Executive Dean for Research Professor Nat Waran
followed by Kapu Ti

10:30 am
Te Ūranga Waka
Keynote Speaker

Hörður Torfason

Chair: Professor Leoni Schmidt
Keynote speaker: Hörður Torfason – The Artivist methods. (When you don’t find a leader, become one yourself).

11:30 AM Session One

Community Health –Lecture Theatre 1

Chair: Clare Buckley

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Professor Mary Butler
Otago Polytechnic
Applying ethical frameworks to mobility: the case of driving
Mandy Pentecost
EIT
Keep saying hello
Sean Thompson
Whitireia NZ
Opportunities and Serendipity. How one student’s assignment may influence end of life health care for all New Zealanders

Inspired Teaching and Learning
Lecture Theatre 2 – 11:30 AM

Chair: Ashok Parbu

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Dr Alison Harrison
Open Polytechnic
Impacts of prior educational achievement and socio-economic factors on student success – a sector comparison of ‘distance travelled’
Patrick Dodd
Unitec
Student learning experiences as they interact with assessments
Sunitha Prabhu
Waikato Institute of Technology
Towards the enhancement of Flexible Assessments, an Ako-inspired teaching & learning approach

Engaged Arts
TuW I150a – 11:30 AM

Chair: Associate Professor Steve Gibbs

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Tepora Emery
Toi Ohomai Institute of Technologyc
Toitū te Kainga, Toitū te Ora, Toitū te Tangata – healthy homes, healthy people
Raewyn Tauira Paterson
EIT
Whatu (to weave)
Tuhakia Keepa and Parekura Rohe-Belmont
EIT
Kapahaka – An exemplar pedagogy of community based research and learning
12:30 pm
Lunch – Manaaki
EIT ATRIUM
1:30 pm
Te Ūranga Waka
Keynote Speaker

Assoc Prof Carla Houkamau

Chair: Research Professor David Tipene-Leach
Keynote speaker: Assoc Prof Carla Houkamau – How does identity and culture shape Māori economic values? A quantitative study of Māori Attitudes and Behaviour

2:30 PM Session Two

Engaged Arts – Lecture Theatre 1

Chair: Assoc Prof Marcus Williams

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Professor Jane Venis and Hannah Joynt
Otago Polytechnic
Drawdio: drawing and music in dual improvisation.
Marion Wassenaar and Neil Emmerson
Otago Polytechnic
The Panama Papers – A Print Studio in Otepoti, Dunedin
Gavin O’Brien and Hannah Joynt
Otago Polytechnic
Tussock Butterfly Project

Inspired Teaching and Learning
Lecture Theatre 2 – 2:30 PM

Chair: Daud Ahmed

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Prashant Khanna
Waikato Institute of Technology
Cognitive Education Framework for Cyber Security Education (CEF-CSE): A Collaborative Community Approach Aligning to the Tenets of Ako
Andy Kilsby
Otago Polytechnic
Creation of an Employability Centre, a behavioural change process.
Dr Persephone
de Magdalene
Waikato Institute of Technology
Developing community-centered, institution-led social and economic development initiatives in the entrepreneurial space – a reflection on lessons learned

Community Health
TuW I150a – 2:30 PM

Chair: David Tipene-Leach

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Shirley Lyford
Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
Te Wheke: A primary health assessment model
Prof Kay Morris-Matthews & Prof David Tipene-Leach
EIT
Ngātahi- working together in our community on research that matters
Dr Rachel Forrest and Levi Armstrong
EIT
Patu Up! #THATSUS
3:30 pm
Afternoon Tea– Manaaki
EIT ATRIUM

4:00 PM Session Three

Sustainable Environments – Lecture Theatre 1

Chair: Prof Nat Waran

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Peter Bruce-Iri
Northtec
Citizen science and the climate crisis
Dr Kawtar Tani
University College of
Learning (UCOL)
Transportation habits of students: An assessment of carbon footprint
Joany Grima
Wellington Institute of Technology
Wash v. Waste

Engaged Arts
Lecture Theatre 2 – 4:00 PM

Chair: Prof Leoni Schmidt

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Dr. Graeme Cornwell
Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
The demise and ‘demise’ of the Art School: Dealing with
the Elephant in the Room
Linda Bruce
EIT
Ōtātāra: people & place
Dr Mark Baynes
Southern Institute of Technology
Analytic, descriptive and prescriptive components of evolving jazz: A new model based on the works of Brad
Mehldau.

Community Health
TuW I150a – 4:00 PM

Chair: Prof. Kay Morris-Matthews

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Prof. David
Tipene-Leach
EIT
Reviewing and renewing cultural competence in the medical profession and a case study in mental health
Hana Cadzow
Otago
Polytechnic
Opportunities missed and lessons learned; reflecting on the relationships between researchers, organisations, and communities.
Rehia Whaanga
EIT
Educational success of Wahine Māori social workers: contributing and impeding forces
5:30 pm
SCHOLARS RESTAURANT, EIT
Conference function for registered delegates – Manaaki
7:30 pm
MTG Century Theatre, Napier

It’s Love Isn’t It? – Poetry and Chamber Music with Guitar MTG Century Theatre, Napier
Matthew Marshall (guitar) with Dame Kate Harcourt & Sir Jon Trimmer (narrators), Tessa Petersen (violin) & Heleen du Plessis (cello)
Performing music by Philip Norman, Anthony Ritchie, Mauro Giuliani and poetry by Alistair Te Ariki Campbell and Meg Campbell
Free admission for ITP delegates; bus transport provided from EIT (click photo below for details)

Symposium Programme

April 16th, 2019 | Day 2

9:00 am
Te Ūranga Waka
Keynote Speaker

Distinguished Professor Sally Morgan, Massey University

Chair: Professor Matthew Marshall
Keynote speaker: Distinguished Professor Sally Morgan, Massey University – The Creative Arts as Research

10:00 AM Session One

Sustainable Environments – Lecture Theatre 1

Chair: TBC

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Dr Mazin Bahho
EIT
Design and sustainable values: a reflective case
Paul Woodruffe
Unitec Institute of Technology
The Piki Project: building capabilities within the homeless community
Rachel Speddy and Richard Edwards
EIT
Environmental and sustainability education in initial teacher education

Inspired Teaching and Learning
Lecture Theatre 2 – 10:00 AM

Chair: Peter Bruce-Iri

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Barnaby Pace and Samira Kakh
Otago Polytechnic Auckland
A cognitive-affective approach for the development of academic literacy skills in international students
Sunitha Prabhu, Ken Louie
Waikato Institute of Technology
Transforming the “sage on the stage”: a student-centred approach to learning mathematics
Kathryn MacCallum
EIT
Using Augmented Reality to support cross-curricular learning opportunities

Community Health
TuW I150a – 10:00 AM

Chair: Prof Mary Butler

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Dr Andi Crawford and Laurie Te Nahu
Te Wāhanga Hauora Māori, HBDHB
Cognitive and social/emotional influences on adaptive functioning in children with FASD: A clinical and cultural partnership.
Kathy Manhire
EIT
Predictors of breastfeeding duration in a predominantly Māori population in New Zealand
Dr Rachael Walker
EIT
Understanding the experiences, perspectives and values of indigenous women around smoking cessation in pregnancy
11:00 am
Morning Tea– Manaaki
EIT ATRIUM

Community Health –Lecture Theatre 1

Chair: Prof Mary Butler

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Dr Anita Jagroop-Dearing
EIT
Research into the Largest Campylobacter Waterborne Outbreak Ever Recorded: The Havelock North Campylobacter Outbreak
Assoc Prof Jean Ross
Otago Polytechnic
Learners’ educational interaction with communities have proven to impact positively on local health care outcomes
Diana Fergusson
Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki
Work Readiness of New Graduate Nurses

Inspired Teaching and Learning
Lecture Theatre 2 – 11:30 AM

Chair: Assoc Prof Jonathan Sibley

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Dr Pii-Tuulia Nikula
EIT
The impact of the zero-fee policy – benefiting local communities by widening access to tertiary education?
Paul Ewart, Hong Zhou & Ken Louie
Waikato Institute of Technology
Supporting community engagement through teaching, student projects and research.
Louise MacKenzie
EIT
Fraud in New Zealand Schools

Inspired Teaching and Learning
TuW I150a – 11:30 AM

Chair: Pareputiputi Nuku

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Cherie Te Rore
EIT
Tautoko: How kaupapa Māori, social constructivist and mobile learning theories supported project-based learning initiatives
Nicholas Hoete and Kate Shanaghan
Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
Inspiring students: A story of Inquiry-Based learning in Kawerau
Sue Scott-Chapman, Diana Kirton, Nikki Wawatai-Aldrich and Patrick Lander
EIT
Growing co-operation in the community: Whiria te tangata
12:30 pm
Lunch – Manaaki
EIT ATRIUM
Kapahaka – Plenary from Derek Lardelli, Toihoukura

Sustainable Environments
Lecture Theatre 1 – 1:30 PM

Chair: Dr Margaret Leonard

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Dr. Shilpa Jain
Open Polytechnic
Sustainability oriented innovation in Management: A conceptual Framework
Adele Carson and Don Kannangara
Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
Building environmental sustainability knowledge into management studies
Hyun-Chan Kim
Waikato Institute of Technology
Sustainable Urban Development: Implementation of Public Bike Sharing System

Inspired Teaching and Learning
Lecture Theatre 2 – 1:30 PM

Chair: Heather Hamerton

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Tracey Hooker, Simon Archard & Lynley Westerbeke
Waikato Institute of Technology
Learning, becoming, being: The journey from student teacher to full teacher registration
Dr Emily Nelson & Leigh Johnson
EIT
Learning to Teach in Innovative Learning Environments on Practicum: Affective, Embodied, Collaborative Practice
Joanne Alderson and Donna Kenny
Open Polytechnic
Partnerships for Families

Inspired Teaching and Learning
TuW I150a – 1:30 PM

Chair: Sophronia Smith

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Nadine Mckinnon
EIT
Te Raranga Whakapaepae o Te Reo
(Anne Hiha), Deb Stewart, Margaret Young
EIT
You can’t just go around saying ‘kia ora’ all over the place: Kia Angitu Māori student success
Kelli Te Maihāroa and Māwera Karetai
Otago Polytechnic
Te Kāhui Whetū | Capable Māori: a kaupapa Māori approach
2:30 am
Afternoon Tea– Manaaki
EIT ATRIUM

Sustainable Environments – Lecture Theatre 1

Chair: Lesley Brook

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Gregor Steinhorn
Unitec Institute of Technology
Building collaborative research networks to tackle asbestos waste with a circular economy approach
Dr. Tim Hunt
Waikato Institute of Technology
Listening to the birds in the Waikato

Inspired Teaching and Learning
Lecture Theatre 2 – 3:00 PM

Chair: Ashok Parbu

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Bronwyn Alton
Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology
How teaching teams and students benefit from building partnerships with industry for product development in the tourism sector
Adon Christian Michael Moskal and Caroline McCaw
Otago Polytechnic
Project-based learning with communities: Case studies from two programmes

Inspired Teaching and Learning
TuW I150a – 3:00 PM

Chair: Toni Rewiri

Presenter(s)

Institute

Title

Mawera Karetai
Otago Polytechnic
What do you want to be when you grow up?
Dr. Mandy Rudge
EIT
Re-building family with clothes: an exploration of the value of second hand clothing for migrant seasonal workers in Aotearoa / New Zealand.
3:30 pm
Te Ūranga Waka                                                                     
Concluding remarks
Hand over to the host of the 2020 ITP Research Symposium

Where It’s At

Eastern Institute of Technology
501 Gloucester Street, Taradale, NZ 4112

Sponsors

The Whanaungatanga: 2019 ITP Research Symposium is possible thanks to funding from the below ITPs and Sponsors