The Ministry of Education has recently released its Effective Practice for e-Learning set of materials aimed at the tertiary sector. They offer 'user-friendly', evidence-based information about aspects of e-learning to benefit educators, students and o
ACE Aotearoa, the national lead agency responsible for the coordination of professional development for ACE practitioners and groups, offers two closing dates in 2009 for its professional development grants:
The 2008 Good Practice Publication Grants (GPPG) have now closed. Our congratulations go to the 28 applicants, selected from the initial 44, who will go on to develop a publication on their recognised good practice.
Conference sponsorship are an intrinsic part of Ako Aotearoa's operation as we work with organisations and individuals across the tertiary sector.
This year has gathered momentum for Ako Aotearoa as we move from talking about what we are planning to do, to producing tangible results
Dr Peter Coolbear, National Director of Ako Aotearoa, last week signed a memorandum of understanding with ACE Aotearoa's CE, Margie Scotts that commits the National Centre for Tertiary Teaching Excellence to working in partnership to support the enhancement of teaching and learning practices
The Teaching Matters Forum Projects were funded by the Ministry of Education and are supported by the Southern Hub of Ako Aotearoa. Their aim is to improve our knowledge about how learning and teaching in tertiary education can be improved.