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Learning to teach: Success case studies of teacher induction in Aotearoa New Zealand
(New Zealand Teachers Council, 2008-01-01)
Whaia te iti kahurangi: Efficacy, agency, achievement and success in the tertiary sector: Focus on students and parents from Pasifika communities
The present study is situated in Unitec Institute of Technology, a dynamic tertiary institution in New Zealand, catering to the needs of a large and diverse student population enrolled in courses ranging from certificate ...
Report on the self-access centre at Unitec
(Unitec Institute of Techology, 1998-05)
This report outlines the background of self-access learning, describes the situation of the existing Self-Access Centre at UNITEC, highlights the characteristics of the leading Self-Access Centres in New Zealand and around ...
Community Surveillance and Bureaucratic Control of Women Teachers: The Case of Agnes Wrigley 1893-1894
Presented to the Australia-New Zealand History of Education Society (Western Australia Branch), 21 May 2002, Perth, Australia. In 1894 Agnes Wrigley, the Head teacher of Fairburn Road District School in northern New ...
Titiro whakamuri, hoki whakamua. We are the future, the present and the past: Caring for self, others and the environment in early years’ teaching and learning
(Teaching and Learning Research Initiative, 2010)
This project focuses on global issues of ecological sustainability in a variety of national/local early childhood contexts. The research aims to illuminate, document, explore, and explain possibilities for early childhood ...
Whakawhanaungatanga: Partnerships in bicultural development in early childhood care and education
(Teaching and Learning Research Initiative, 2008)
Te Puawaitanga: Partnerships with tamariki and whānau in bicultural early childhood care and education
(Teaching and Learning Research Initiative, 2006)
Social cohesion and free home internet in New Zealand
(IGI Global, 2013)
This chapter discusses community outcomes of free home Internet access. It draws on case study re-search on Computers in Homes (CIH), a scheme established in New Zealand in 2000 for the purpose of bridging the digital ...
Te Ako Whaiora - Through Learning is Well-being
In 2009 Unitec and Te Rau Matatini entered into a partnership agreement to deliver the GDNFPM to scholarship recipients from the Māori Mental Health sector (as a separate stream from the generic course intake). Te Rau ...