Sally Hansen worked as Head of English at a Maori Boys' College in New Zealand for 16 years. She currently lectures in Education and English in the Graduate Diploma for Secondary Teaching Programme at Massey University. Her areas of research include boys and literacy achievement, teacher efficacy and student achievement and the related links with teacher education. Sally is currently involved in doctoral study in the area of teacher efficacy and student achievement.


Publications:
Mapping the Journey: The use of portfolios to develop reflective skills in secondary teacher trainees at Massey University College of Education.

This paper discusses the use of the reflective portfolio in the one year Graduate Diploma of Secondary Teaching programme at Massey University College of Education.

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Boys and Writing: Reluctance? Reticence? Or Rebellion?

Identifies factors that may adversely contribute to the negative affect and poor performance of boys in writing.

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"I can't do everything!" English Teachers' Efficacy Beliefs: Extending our Understandings of Teacher Efficacy

A report of a study that examined the congruency of English teachers' efficacy beliefs across a range of subject competencies.

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