This project investigated the causes of learners withdrawing or not completing courses of study in Kiwidotcom, a Northland PTE, and to identify those current practices which are working effectively in keeping at least 60% of learners engaged to completion.
This project sought to investigate students', hospitality educators' and industry practitioners' perceptions of the role of academic literacy in post-graduate hospitality education. The report discusses tensions between their perceptions, and provides suggestions on how the academic community might address these tensions.
This report comprises summations and brief case descriptions of some of the effective programmes and other support mechanisms that New Zealand Tertiary Learning Advisors (TLAs) provide for students in universities, polytechnics, institutes of technology, and other tertiary institutions.
The New Migrants Initiative on the Albany Campus of Massey University sought to enhance levels of pastoral support for migrant students studying humanities and arts subjects, engage migrant communities regarding their learning needs, and develop responsiveness to the learning needs of migrant students.
An exploration into the literature on mentoring for apprentices and trainees in the workplace, including mentoring of apprentices and other trainees to progress literacy development. It discusses the benefits, issues and gaps raised by the literature in terms of different types of mentoring offered in organisations.
The aim of this study was to generate teaching practice narratives from stage one early childhood student teachers based on their experiences in a field-based teacher education programme. This research documents the experiences of first year students. It is important to acknowledge their limited and perhaps idealized view of their experiences to date.