The Resource Centre contains practical material about good teaching and learning in the tertiary sector. The Resources can come from the Communities and Project Groups on the site. The Resources are high-quality, well-presented, evidence-based, and relevant to New Zealand.
Educational Outcomes includes qualification attainment, soft skills, social benefits to tertiary education, societal engagement, citizenship, and productivity. Also includes employer perceptions of graduates and graduate destinations.
An Australian scoping study into the relationship between Career Development Learning and Work Integrated Learning in Higher Education. Includes analysis of how they can be integrated and synergised, and a website with learning resources to support career development practitioners, academics and employers.
New Zealand has one of the lowest reported higher education qualification completion rates in the OECD, significantly below Australia. Why do so many New Zealand students not complete their qualification? This paper looks behind some of the numbers in an attempt to better understand and assess New Zealand’s performance compared with Australia and internationally.
This report provides a wide range of contextual and statistical information for industry training, including participation and completion analyses, and describes the results of statistical modelling on the influencers of success. It finds that industry; duration; and volume of learning are the most useful variables for predicting the outcomes of industry training programmes.
This report looks at the extent to which tertiary students change qualifications or providers during the course of their study, and the impact this has on overall tertiary system performance. The report shows that around 5% of students change to and complete higher-level qualifications, while between 5% and 10% change to and complete lower-level qualifications.