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.
This section includes items relevant to the Humanities including Languages, Literature, History, Philosophy, and Religious Studies.
This resource provides teachers with practical teaching ideas and the theoretical knowledge that will help them understand what is happening with their students' pronunciation and why. The electronic document contains embedded audio clips and printable form-like fields where you can enter responses to questions.
Teaching profile from Te Kahautu Maxwell, Senior Lecturer, Te Aka Tikanga, School of Māori and Pacific Development, The University of Waikato - a Sustained Excellence winner 2010 and inaugural recipient in the category Kaupapa Māori.
A series of booklets offering a practical introduction to using drawing and other visual methods to support undergraduate and postgraduate learning and research in every discipline - not just those with which these activities are usually associated.
This pilot project investigated the effectiveness of providing advanced second language (L2) learners with written corrective feedback. This paper reports the key findings of the study and includes recommendations for classroom application and further research.
An observational study of literacy, numeracy and language teachers. Researchers observed a group of literacy, numeracy and language tutors teaching adults to gain an insight into some current teaching practices in New Zealand.
The ESOL Teaching Skills TaskBook is a professional development resource comprising 40 stand-alone tasks that focus on different aspects of teaching English to speakers of other languages. The ETS TaskBook is a flexible resource that allows schools to provide their teachers with practical professional development opportunities.
The Centre supports teaching and learning in history, archaeology, and classical studies. The centre promotes high quality learning and teaching by providing subject-based support for sharing innovations and good practices.
The Centre provides UK-wide support and services for higher education in Languages, Linguistics and Area Studies. It works to foster world-class education in its subject areas by supporting stakeholders and helping them to provide the best possible learning experience for students. It also offers academic leadership in promoting good practice and identifying emerging issues.
The English Subject Centre has a national role supporting those teaching English (as Literature, Language or Creative Writing) in higher education. As part of the English subject community, the Centre help its members to share ideas and good practice through events, networks and publications.
The e-Learning Guidelines project has produced case studies showing effective e-learning practice in the New Zealand tertiary sector. These case studies below are ones that are relevant to Language and Linguistics
Teaching profile from Dr Sydney J Shep (Senior Lecturer in Print and Book Culture, The Printer, Wai-Te-Ata Press, School of Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington) - a Excellence in Innovation Award winner 2003
Teaching profile Grant Waller & Debbie Corder (Debbie Corder Senior Lecturer in Japanese, Associate Head of Languages (International), Grant Waller Senior Lecturer, Auckland University of Technology)- Excellence in Innovation Award 2004
This report examines the size and impact of the provision of te reo Māori courses through tertiary education over the period from 2001 to 2005, in order to provide an information base for considering future directions for supporting te reo Māori through tertiary education and areas for further research.