The Resource Centre contains practical material about good teaching and learning in the tertiary sector. The Resources can come from the Communities and Project Groups on the site. The Resources are high-quality, well-presented, evidence-based, and relevant to New Zealand.
Assessment includes assessment of learning and assessment for learning, such as formative and summative assessment, peer/group assessment, self assessment and issues such as plagiarism.
This overview is designed for senior academic managers and academic boards who have responsibility for the development, implementation and quality assurance of assessment policy and practice in their tertiary education institutions and organisations (TEOs).
This completed project investigated what supervisors and thesis students in New Zealand universities identified as best practice in the feedback that is typically given in three main discipline areas: Humanities, Sciences / Mathematics, and Commerce.
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.
Best practice recommendations for the use of technology to help students engage with their feedback have been identified from the research. The recommendations should be considered within the context of an institution where e-learning is characterised as a mainstream feature of the student experience.