Along the path and over the bridge
Sheehan, Stephanie; Meijnen, Annemarie; Matelau, Tui
Citation:Sheehan, S., Meijnen, A., & Matelau, T. (2015, October). Along the Path and Over the Bridge. Paper presented at Foundation and Bridging Educators New Zealand Forum (FABENZ), Wellington, New Zealand.
Permanent link to Research Bank record:http://hdl.handle.net/10652/3308
In 2011 we underwent a Departmental Review. There were several reasons for this: Low success rates Low progression rates The need for a Level 4 Qualification to provide University Entrance Future possibility of needing to incorporate NCEA High staff to student ratio 21st Century pedagogy was not evident Education pathway The template developed to aid us writing new courses from scratch It enables us to plan collaboratively scrutinize assessments map academic literacies pilot new initiatives see from student’s perspective Strengths of Pathway Design Contextualized learning Freedom to work to destination specific requirements Freedom to try new projects Collegial experience for lecturers, belonging for students Wealth of new projects