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Friday, January 21, 2022

Teacher tips

Education Review asks four teachers from very different schools about what it’s really like to teach in their school.

Massey researchers find IES evidence doesn’t stack up

A team of Massey University education policy specialists has highlighted 11 areas of concern about the Government’s $359 million Investing in Educational Success (IES) programme.

Welcome to the worldwide classroom

DENNIS VIEHLAND discusses the possible threats and opportunities MOOCs pose for the traditional tertiary institution.

Future-focused spaces for future-focused learners

It was Socrates who said, “Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel”.

The new technologies set to enter your classroom in 2018

From artificial intelligence to mixed reality, MEI LIN LOW shares the technologies we can expect to see more of in our classrooms this year.

Lack of support, disinterest, and high costs: perceived barriers to higher education

JUDE BARBACK considers the findings of a recent survey that reveal high costs, lack of support and lack of interest as deterrents to pursuing tertiary education in New Zealand.

The long and winding road to postgrad teacher education

Many teacher education providers are pushing for a master’s level qualification to become the minimum requirement to become a teacher, while others think this approach will deter aspiring teachers.

Education ministers in waiting

Education Review editor JUDE BARBACK catches up with Nikki Kaye, who is tipped to become Education Minister in May, and Labour’s education spokesperson Chris Hipkins about what the future holds for New Zealand education.

New Zealand’s universities shine in world rankings

New Zealand’s universities shine in the QS World University Rankings by Subject, released today.

Auckland teachers tell it like it is

Two Auckland teachers share what it is like to work and live in Auckland.

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