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.
Learner Access and Pathways includes admission policies and practices, transition from secondary to tertiary education, and educational pathways within the tertiary sector.
Most recent resources about Learner Access and Pathways
Launched in February, 2009, the Centre is a research centre established to facilitate the study of student equity policy and practice in Australian higher education and in related fields, and to lead the development of new knowledge in these fields.
This analysis examined the predictive correlations between NCEA (and as a comparator) Cambridge International Examinations results and the first year grade point averages at one large New Zealand university.
This report looks at the extent to which tertiary students change qualifications or providers during the course of their study, and the impact this has on overall tertiary system performance. The report shows that around 5% of students change to and complete higher-level qualifications, while between 5% and 10% change to and complete lower-level qualifications.
This report reviews and synthesises research literature on decision-making by prospective students on whether, where and what to study at a tertiary level. The report is based on findings from New Zealand and overseas literature and will contribute to knowledge and understanding of the factors that influence student-decision making.