This action research project explores the effectiveness of a new Foundation Skills programme which will use a project-based approach embedded into a kaupapa Māori framework to better engage learners and support their success.
This publication will interest organisations working with Māori youth who have high numeracy and literacy needs.
It describes two student project-based learning experiences - with accompanying teaching and learning resources. The report also features a useful guide for creating engaging student work with integrated assessment schemes.
More information about this study is available below.
RESIST software has been upgraded and allows tertiary students and teachers to design buildings, vary the structures within them; then simulate the effects on them of wind and earthquakes. Of interest to those involved in building, engineering and architecture subjects.
This project investigates the effectiveness of an informal voluntary mentoring programme provided for trainees in the Primary ITO.
It offers a number of practical recommendations to tertiary education providers in relation to providing good mentoring practices.