Christine Rubie-Davies


Christine Margaret Rubie-Davies is a New Zealand education academic, and as of 2018 is a full professor and head of school at the University of Auckland.[1]

Christine Margaret Rubie-Davies
Alma materUniversity of Auckland
Scientific career
FieldsTeacher education
InstitutionsUniversity of Auckland
Thesis

Academic career


After more than two decades working in primary education and a 2003 PhD titled 'Expecting the best : instructional practices, teacher beliefs and student outcomes' at the University of Auckland, Rubie-Davies joined the staff, rising to full professor.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7]

Selected works


  • Rubie‐Davies, Christine, John Hattie, and Richard Hamilton. "Expecting the best for students: Teacher expectations and academic outcomes." British Journal of Educational Psychology 76, no. 3 (2006): 429–444.
  • Rubie‐Davies, Christine M. "Classroom interactions: Exploring the practices of high‐and low‐expectation teachers." British Journal of Educational Psychology 77, no. 2 (2007): 289–306.
  • Rubie‐Davies, Christine M. "Teacher expectations and student self‐perceptions: Exploring relationships." Psychology in the Schools 43, no. 5 (2006): 537–552.
  • Rubie‐Davies, Christine M. "Teacher expectations and perceptions of student attributes: Is there a relationship?." British Journal of Educational Psychology 80, no. 1 (2010): 121–135.
  • Rubie‐Davies, Christine M., Annaline Flint, and Lyn G. McDonald. "Teacher beliefs, teacher characteristics, and school contextual factors: What are the relationships?." British Journal of Educational Psychology 82, no. 2 (2012): 270–288.

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