Monday 27 November

When schools join hands with ‘outsiders’ to provide innovative learning

Picture a school where children work alongside engineers and scientists, language experts, dancers and musicians to measure a building’s carbon output, write a novel or make a dance troupe. Vibha Singh explores the concept where schools join hands with outsiders to give innovative learning to students.

In a project, undertaken by Rachel Bolstad and Sue McDowall for New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) on the topic of schools collaborating with community and professional experts, came out an interesting hypothesis…

Almost half of Victoria University students have poor emotional wellbeing

So much for carefree campus life – almost half of Victoria University students have poor emotional wellbeing, according to a recent survey…

Leading Māori educators at Symposium

A groundbreaking symposium today brings to the Wellington stage the unique, innovative, creative and exciting things happening in indigenous education in Aotearoa…

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