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Monday, April 19, 2021

Overcoming barriers – Kiwi teachers recognised

Two New Zealand teachers have been recognised for their efforts in bringing a future-forward perspective to education in their schools.

A uniquely Aotearoa New Zealand-informed approach to evaluating information

Angela Feekery and Carla Jeffrey created an online learning module to introduce students to source types considered to be quality professional information.

KERU symposium to focus on the ‘what’ and the ‘how’

Elizabeth Rata says with combined emphasis on curriculum and pedagogy, the Knowledge and Education Research Unit (KERU) 8th Annual Symposium will discuss both the ‘what’ and the ‘how’.

Opinion: Whetu Cormick – focusing on Māori achievement

President of New Zealand Principals’ Federation (NZPF) WHETU CORMICK says Māori Achievement Collaborations (MACs) are proving to be highly effective.

Tokoroa teachers band together for professional development

A record number of Tokoroa teachers have signed up to postgraduate training in digital and collaborative learning by education provider The Mind Lab. Enrolment was so high, The Mind Lab responded by deciding to deliver...

Integrating digital technology – one school’s great GAFE journey

CRAIG McDONALD and BEC POWER share how the integration of digital technology is supporting their school’s transition to modern learning environments and is helping to enhance and redefine learning.

Bridging the gap between research and practice in education

Teachers’ access to reliable, relevant and actionable research will get a boost in February with the launch of a new digital platform offering free, easy-to-access resources that enhance their classroom practice.

Assuring the quality of tertiary teaching in New Zealand

DR JOHN BOEREBOOM argues that we need to develop a clearer framework to measure quality tertiary teaching in New Zealand.

The Role, Place and Space of Knowledge in New Zealand Education

A new report, released today by The Education Hub, aims to spark a national conversation around knowledge and the crucial role it plays in students’ learning and development.

PD FOR TERTIARY TEACHERS: Yes please!

Professional development for tertiary educators is vital. In the absence of formal training, the opportunity to collaborate with others to share best practice and learn new skills and strategies is essential. Cath Fraser talks about her Problem-Based Learning workshop, aimed at tertiary educators

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