The full research report from this NPF project by Dr Elana Taipapaki Curtis, Erena Wikaire, Torise Lualua-Aati, Bridget Kool, William Nepia, Dr Myra Ruka, Michelle Honey, Fiona Kelly, and Associate Professor Phillippa Poole.
The overarching theme from this participatory action research project is the need to enable students and staff to utilise technology for learning. The research informed the development of guidelines to assist vocational education institutions to introduce net tablets into trades-based learning spaces.
Final report from a project by Heather Hamerton, Brian Findsen, Amy Edwards and Stephen Strawbridge which offers good practice in the support and guidance of learners, and shows the effectiveness of this from a student perspective.
The project, which gathered information from Private Training Establishments (PTEs) in the Western Bay of Plenty, offers good practice for the support and guidance of learners, and reports on the effectiveness of this from a student perspective.
This handbook and accompanying videos help busy academic staff to incorporate work-integrated learning in a way that promotes social transformation through the development of graduates as engaged and active citizens.