• The complexity of distributed forms of leadership in practice 

      Youngs, Howard (International Leadership Association (ILA), 2013)
      Distributed leadership is a free-floating concept that is often oversimplified as a mode of leadership and development suitable for twenty-first century organisations, particularly in education. This paper provides an ...
    • Hack education : crowdsourcing the future of education in New Zealand 

      Parsons, David; Lynch, J.; Han, B.; Thorn, R. (Unitec ePress, 2017-12)
      Crowdsourcing is a twenty-first century phenomenon that relies on Web 2.0 technologies to enable the public to contribute to data gathering by organisations. It offers new ways of researching emerging topics that leverage ...
    • In search of key drivers for success in first year engineering courses 

      Leaver, Jonathan; Fernando, D. Achela (Australasian Association for Engineering Education, 2013)
      BACKGROUND In 2010 and 2011 staff at Unitec Institute of Technology (Unitec) became increasingly concerned at the declining success rate of students in undergraduate Diploma level engineering courses. Unitec is the largest ...
    • The use of flipped learning in an engineering technician management course 

      Wilson, Hugh (Australasian Association for Engineering Education, 2013)
      BACKGROUND Flipped learning is an approach to teaching that essentially reverses the traditional teaching approach where the tutor delivers the content in class and then the students do exercises at home to provide a ...
    • Visual arts education: Provoking learning conversations 

      Wrightson, Helen; Plows, J. (Tamaki Makaurau Early Childhood Teacher Education Providers Network, 2013-04-20)
      Visual arts praxis dilemmas can invoke uncertainty, calling for courage to engage in learning conversations that promote innovative ideas. These may challenge teachers but by engaging in dialogue can invite reflection and ...