This project funded through the Regional Hub Project fund will investigate the pedagogical properties of a number of commonly used case studies in law and accounting with a view to developing existing and new case studies that are well aligned with identifiable learning outcomes in the context of authentic (small and local) business that graduates in these disciplines are likely to work with.
My name is Mike Scott and I teach electrical students at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. I first became aware of some of the practices of the carpentry team when I was invited to attend their hāngi one year.
Daniela Liggett, Gateway Antarctica, University of Canterbury
Kate Pedley, Department of Geological Sciences, University of Canterbury
Erik Brogt, Academic Services Group, University of Canterbury
This good practice publication describes he sudden curriculum and assessment overhaul that was needed to continue course implementation after a devastating magnitude 6.2 earthquake struck Christchurch. The paper considers the effects of those changes, the lessons learnt, and the impact on learners and teachers.
Teaching profile from Ahorangi Angus Hikairo Macfarlane (Ahorangi Rangahau Māori, Te Kura Mātauranga ■ Whare Wānanga o Ōtautahi) 2015 Award for Sustained Excellence in Tertiary Teaching in a Kaupapa Māori Context
Teaching profile from Elana Curtis (Pūkenga Matua, Te Tari Mō Ngā Pūtaiao Haumanu me te Hauora
■ Te Whare Wānanga o Tāmaki Makaurau) 2015 Award for Sustained Excellence in Tertiary Teaching in a Kaupapa Māori Context
Teaching profile from Ahorangi Tuarua Suzanne Pitama, (Te Tumu – Manutaki Māori Tuarua, MIHI (Māori/Indigenous Health Institute) ■ Te Whare Wānanga o Ōtākou) Prime Minister’s Supreme Award recipient 2015 Award for Sustained Excellence in Tertiary Teaching in a Kaupapa Māori Context