Learner Access and Pathways
Results for Learner Access and Pathways
Ka Whānau Mai Te Reo: i roto i te wānanga is a three year (2012-2015) kaupapa Māori research project that aims to deepen our understanding of how whānau Māori language development can be supported during key educational transitions as whānau move within the compulsory education sector, and into tertiary settings and beyond. The goal of this research is to support the continuity of whānau Māori language development by providing diverse whānau with useful information that informs their decision making during key educational transitions.
The primarily aim of this project is to generate practical strategies for students and teachers to better use the affordances of mobile devices for more effective learning, and to provide guidelines for pedagogical and institutional transformation.
Engaging learners effectively in science, technology and engineering: The pathway from secondary to university education
This project sought to help universities understand how to better engage learners in the sciences. Research compared the learning environments at secondary school and first year of university with the aim of developing a model for improved transition between the two.
The objective of this collaborative project is to provide community support for provisionally registered teachers (PRT'S) in the curriculum area of visual art.
This National Project Fund project seeks to identify good teaching and learning practices for Pacific learners in PTEs.