Strategic Leadership and Change
Results for Strategic Leadership and Change
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.
The project seeks to actively improve the measure of success for Māori by supporting organisations to shift cultural practice by addressing internal cultural competency and best practice methods.
This web-resource provides an interactive system-wide view of what tertiary education might look like in New Zealand in 2016. Tertiary education managers and leaders can use these scenarios to plan future organisational and programme development.
This National Project Fund project will apply the e-learning Maturity Model (eMM) and monitor institutional change in 4 New Zealand tertiary organisations.
This NPF project examines the impact of the three successive tertiary education strategies on how tertiary education institutions have developed their support for Pacific learners.
Student Engagement at New Zealand Private Training Establishments - Key results from the 2011 pilot of AUSSE
Preparedness for sudden change: Lessons from managing large-scale disruption within a Bachelor of Nursing community
Taking the Lead: Strategic management for e-Learning is designed to help chief executives and senior executive officers of New Zealand’s tertiary education organisations consider the contribution they can make to the strategic development and management of e-learning in their institutions.