Simulations offer real experiences for learners. This project evaluates a simulation programme for mental health workers who interact with people who 'hear voices'. It will be helpful for tertiary teachers who want to use simulation in their courses.
This project uncovers and documents the teaching strategies at Whitireia New Zealand which have been successful with Māori, Pacific and youth learners. It includes a full report and a resource booklet which will be useful for any tertiary teacher.
This project studied the effects on undergraduate students of 3 self-assessment tasks that were part of their coursework. It discusses the results and makes recommendations about the place of self-assessment in tertiary education.
This project aimed to understand the knowledge gaps between the work administrative professionals undertake in their workplace and the requirements of the National Diploma in Business Administration Level 5 (NDBA L5), how these gaps are filled now and how they might be filled in the future.
This research project led by Otago Polytechnic’s Caroline McCaw, introduces 4 strategies for incorporating Te Ao Māori and Māori design principles into the teaching programmes of tertiary design educators.
This report identifies effective methods for teaching large classes supported by limited hours of small group, face-to-face teaching. The report and adaptive good practice template will be of interest teachers of large classes.
This report covers the activities of the first cycle of the Participatory Action Research (PAR) project investigating the tutor and learner experiences of the myLearn Network of provision pilot project as well as those of support and administrative staff and the technical and administrative impact on institutions.