This stunningly illustrated resource describes the training experiences of adult educators who attended workshops aimed at embedding literacy and numeracy in courses designed for Māori learners. It concludes with guidelines and practical suggestions for learner success.
It will be of useful for Māori teachers and anyone working with Māori students.
This set of 13 A3 posters feature the underlying theoretical principles of tikanga.They are designed to assist educators working in early childhood, with Māori learners, and those working in bicultural environments.
This research gave a wellbeing improvement programme to first-year students studying by distance at the Open Polytechnic. It then measured how that project affected the academic success of those students and discusses the results.
Two interactive learning resources were developed and trialled to gauge their effects on the learning of health science students. This will be of interest to those teachers planning the use of similar resources.
Women remain under-represented in leadership roles in New Zealand sport. This research examines the university learning experiences and career expectations and experiences of female sport management graduates and CEOs of New Zealand sports organisations. It concludes with implications for tertiary teaching and learning practices.
Simulations offer real experiences for learners. This project evaluates a simulation programme for mental health workers who interact with people who 'hear voices'. It will be helpful for tertiary teachers who want to use simulation in their courses.
This project studied the effects on undergraduate students of 3 self-assessment tasks that were part of their coursework. It discusses the results and makes recommendations about the place of self-assessment in tertiary education.
Researching the career pathways of women across different generations may help us to understand why women remain under-represented in leadership roles in New Zealand sport. The purpose of this inter-University research is to examine the university learning experience, career expectations and experiences of females in New Zealand sport organisations. The experiences of two groups of women will be examined. The first group will be recent female sport management graduates and the second will be female CEOs of New Zealand sport organisations.