This guide will be of interest and useful to anyone wishing to develop a resource using the Interactive White Board. The use-oriented document provides clear and encouraging directions, using everyday language.
The purpose of this project is to help literacy and numeracy providers to understand how to better engage learners from various Pacific Island countries in literacy, numeracy and financial literacy training.
Women remain under-represented in leadership roles in New Zealand sport. This research examines the university learning experiences and career expectations and experiences of female sport management graduates and CEOs of New Zealand sports organisations. It concludes with implications for tertiary teaching and learning practices.
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 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.
<p>In this project, two methods for extending front-office students' understanding of real-world hospitality practice are undertaken. Firstly, the skill, knowledge and dispositional aspects of students who are learning reception duties are expanded by using video to collect the students' formative learning activities and encourage their reflective learning. Secondly, situated-learning alternatives to field trips to hospitality venues, currently unavailable in Christchurch due to the Canterbury earthquakes of 2011, will be found. Both of the above will be framed by contemporary learning theories.</p>
This paper outlines an initiative to achieve systemic change in the teaching culture of a faculty through providing staff with teaching supports and resources embedded within the University’s reward and recognition processes. It explains why this initiative is important and describes the evaluation plan.
This project will provide an overview of current primary health care (PHC) clinical placements throughout New Zealand and identify barriers to, and opportunities for, providing PHC placements. Findings from the project will not only inform the development of PHC based clinical placements for nursing students but also, all healthcare students.