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This is a one year professional qualification comprising papers examining issues related to teaching and the curriculum, learners and learning, and the professional issues facing teachers in classroom, school and community situations. It also includes papers in teaching specific curriculum subjects and two practicum. The BTchg Hons aims to enrich professional preparation through in-depth studies of aspects of education.
Teaching The University offers teaching qualifications in early childhood, primary and secondary education, with a Maori Medium option for early childhood and primary programmes. It incorporates purposeful selection of technologies for learning, and digital literacy which includes being able to research, create, evaluate and apply technical skills while doing so. Students engage in analysing how effective texts are written and they analyse their own. Students are introduced to writing The link between children's literature and education is a thread running through the course.
Class members will develop a familiarity with a range of genres and concepts linking children's literature a It explores policies, practices and developments that have impacted on the educational development of Maori. It explores how mathematics is best taught through conceptual understanding rather than by rote or procedural means, connections with everyday life, and effective pedagogy. Students will gain an understanding of how children develop oral and written language and the importance of talk. The paper includes a focus on the understanding, competence, and c It explores professional and ethical requirements for teachers and commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi.
The paper includes a focus on the understanding, competence, and critical thinking require Dance Y; however, assessments are differentiated. Drama Y; however, assessments are differentiated. English Y; however, assessments are differentiated. Music Y; however, assessments are differentiated. Students will develop a critical understanding of curriculum requirements for Years , explore several pedagogical approaches to language teaching, and become conve Practicum SC2 19D Hamilton This paper introduces the professional role of the teacher within the school, models of professional mentoring and peer teaching, beginning to work with a class for the first time this will include a check on basic communication and planning skills , and classroom management.
Detailed content is adjusted to meet students' particular needs. It builds on the theoretical and pedagogical base introduced in TEMS Emphasis is placed on social inquiry methods, issues-based pedagogy, planning and reflection. TEPC Business Studies Education Y 19Y Hamilton This paper provides an examination of the role of business studies, enterprise studies and financial literacy in the secondary school curriculum.
Pedagogy includes strategies for planning, teaching, reflecting and evaluation of business education learning in Years It provides opportunities for participants to gain a practical understanding of the day-to-day operation of an Early Childhood setting and introduces students to the teaching role. It provides opportunities for participants to gain a practical understanding of the day-to-day operation of a primary school and introduces students to the teaching role. This paper will focus on major aspects of adolescence, such as physical, social, and cognitive development.
Critical Perspectives and Lifelong Possibilities 19A Online This paper examines educational uses of digital technologies, with an emphasis on learning through electronic networks, including social media. The paper explores evolving theoretical shifts and policy directions alongside topical issues and practical perspectives.
Design Principles and Teaching Strategies 19B Online This paper examines pedagogical approaches to digital technology integration in learning contexts, and derives evidence-based principles underpinning effective digital pedagogies. EDART Music in Educational Contexts 19T Tauranga This paper explores music education enabling students to further develop their musical skills and knowledge in the context of school and community music education.
EDART Drama in Educational Contexts 19S Hamilton This paper will introduce students to the key concepts of drama and contribute to the development of specialist skills and dispositions required when working with drama as a pedagogy or for performance. Language learning theory, teaching approaches, and resources are critically examined. Skills in visual and textual analysis are developed and there is critical reflection on the question of what makes children's literature distinctively New Zealand. This paper also provides students with the opportunity to further develop their knowledge of te reo Maori and to examine ways of integrating te reo and tikanga Maori inside the classroom.
Children's engagement with various learning domains will be explored, and the role of the teacher examined. An overview of theories and research relating to the social wellbeing of infants, toddlers and young children. The focus is on catering for diverse learners and culturally-responsive pedagogies. In learning to teach Health and Physical Education, students examine how planning for learning and effectively managing the learning environment, supports the development of inclusive learning This paper explores traditional understandings of hauora, Maori nuances of well-being and health and physical education in Maori-medium educational settings, in order to develop skills and knowledge to re-imagine this lear Students have the opportunity to: Students will examine indepth, current and innovative learning, teaching and assessment approaches and examine the role of inclusive and relational practices.
The paper will include a focus on assessment and making Preparation, both philosophically and in terms of resources, for the delivery of quality science programmes in the first two years of teaching. History curriculum objectives and achievement standards are examined and interpreted in light of planning processes and programme design. The paper's pedagogy encourages thinking about history's identity and Geography curriculum objectives and achievement standards are examined and interpreted in light of planning processes and programme design.
The paper's pedagogy encourages thinking about geography's identi Pedagogy includes strategies for planning, teaching, reflecting and evaluation of economics education learning in Years It will support the development of reflective practice as a professional teacher. Aspects of Learning SC2 19B Hamilton This paper critically examines theories about learning and the roles of the adolescent learner and the teacher in that process. Practical management of teacher and student factors which create barriers to effective learning is also examined.
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In particular, this paper will give students theoretical knowledge and practical understanding of the nature of dyslexia DLRNG Digital Innovation Adoption and Theories of Digital Learning 19B Online This paper explores contemporary theories associated with digital innovation adoption and the design, development and use of digital systems, content and environments, with particular focus on social, distributed, networked and collaborative learning. EDUCA Curriculum Perspectives 19A Online This paper examines curriculum conceptions, perspectives, and decision-making, through a range of historical, political and socio-cultural contexts and settings.
Participants engage in critique of curriculum issues and shaping forces. Historical and Contemporary Perspectives 19B Online A critical examination of historical and current developments in eEducation and the nature of online teaching and learning. TEMB Curriculum Maori Part 3 19C Online This paper will critically examine the teaching and learning of te reo me nga tikanga Maori language and customs in bilingual educational contexts. There will also a particular emphasis on extending students' understanding and proficiency with second language teaching methodology for learning and teaching of te reo me nga tikanga It provides a critical analysis of theoretical issues underpinning the teaching and learning of mathematics, and makes connections between the current curriculum document, the mathematics standards, and the New Zeala An overview of theories and research relating to the social wellbeing of young children.
The history, philosophy, curricula and practices of early childhood and the early years of school are discussed and compared. Transitions into early childhood centres, between groups and the transition to school are examined from the perspectives of the ch These issues may have impact at national, school and classroom levels, and for teachers as individuals they may impact on relationships with colleagues and learners; on curriculum decision-making and planning; o Providing a range of opportunities for the application of theory to practice, the paper links to every paper related to teaching in the BTchg Primary degree.
EDART Critical Approaches in Applied Arts Education 19A Hamilton This paper focuses on the ways in which Arts practitioners and educators can critically interrogate the place of the Arts practice as both a responsibility and opportunity in specific applied contexts. Transformative Perspectives 19S Hamilton This paper will develop advanced applied understanding of dance in education in New Zealand and international contexts with a critical focus on pedagogy, curriculum, policy, and practice.
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This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads to provisional registration as a teacher in New Zealand. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads to provisional registration as a teacher TEDE Evidence-based Inquiry Primary 19C Hamilton This paper focuses on research methods and designing evidence-based learning interventions and teaching strategies for diverse learners in New Zealand classrooms. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads to provisional registration as a tea TEDE Evidence-based Inquiry Secondary 19C Hamilton This paper focuses on research methods and designing evidence-based learning interventions and teaching strategies for diverse learners in New Zealand classrooms.
The paper focuses on teacher identities and provides opportunities for a critical examination of assumptions about teaching and learning. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads A particular focus will be on engagement with priority learners: Maori, Pasifika, and learners with special needs. This is a compulsory paper for the Masters of Teaching and Learning that lead to provisional registration as a teacher.
Drama Y 19C Hamilton A study of the teaching and learning of Drama in the senior secondary school context in Years , with particular emphasis on preparing students for success at NCEA levels Additional Languages Y 19C Online This paper prepares pre-service, secondary education students to teach additional languages other than English in secondary school settings in Years Students will develop a critical understanding of curriculum requirements for Years , explore several pedagogical approaches to language teaching, and become conversant wit Additional Languages Y 19C Hamilton This paper prepares pre-service secondary education students to teach additional languages other than English in secondary school settings in Years Maori Y 19C Hamilton Ma tenei mahi ka taea e nga akonga te whakaako i roto i te reo Maori ki nga tamariki kei roto i nga karaehe rumaki, nga karaehe reo rua me nga karaehe o te kura auraki.
Emphasis is placed on planning processes and pedagogy that invite critical thinking about the nature and purpose of social studies in the curriculum, and reflective practice. These ideas form three strands in each of the two papers - the teacher and teachi These include examining the Treaty of Waitangi and designing practices to best meet the needs of Maori learners; engaging pedagogy and information and communication technologies to create responsive and interactive learning environment The Treaty of Waitangi in Early Childhood Education 19S Hamilton This paper is the first in a series that is designed to support students' growth as practitioners in the area of professional and ethical inquiry.
It aims to include an appreciation of the significance of the Treaty of Waitangi to students' roles as early childhood educators. Discussions of the Treaty will encourage reflection on s Inclusive Education 19C Hamilton This paper is the second in a series that is designed to support students' growth as practitioners in the area of professional and ethical inquiry. It includes advocacy equity and social justice in relation to inclusive education in early childhood settings.
Transition to School 19B Online This paper is the third in a series that is designed to support students' growth as practitioners in the area of professional and ethical inquiry. It includes advocacy, equity and children's rights in relation to transition to school. The paper is designed to examine the coherence of curriculum across early childhood and school, an These theories will be explored and applied to children's development and wellbeing within the diverse early childhood settings. TEPS Play and Creativity in the Curriculum 19C Hamilton An examination of the key rationales for particular theoretical frameworks and practices around exploration of learning through play and creativity.
TEPS Communities of Learners 19B Online An examination of some key theories and practices associated with Belonging-Mana Whenua children and families' feelings of belonging and Contribution-Mana Tangata opportunities for learning are equitable and each child's contribution is valued. In particular, the paper looks at the socio-cultural context of learning. TEPS Multiple Literacies 19B Online An examination of the role of adults in empowering children, especially through language, problem-solving, and developing working theories to make sense of the world.
TEPS Te Whariki in Action 19B Online An investigation of theories and research on key learning outcomes for children and issues of evaluation and assessment, with the early childhood curriculum in mind. Teaching, Learning and the Inclusive Curriculum 19S Hamilton This paper introduces students to teaching, learning, and the curriculum. It examines what governs and guides teachers' practice and the implications for meeting a wide range of children's needs.
This paper offers a foundation for students learning to navigate and communicate effectively through digital learning environments. This paper aims to develop students' strength in learning and teaching selected arts disciplines in school and community settings. This paper supports students to develop an understanding of the expectations of writing at university, and to develop an awareness of what constitutes quality writing in the context of university disciplines.
In this paper we examine children's literature from picturebook to novel; from author to illustrator; from history to modern times. This paper examines historical and contemporary approaches in Maori education provision in Aotearoa New Zealand. This paper provides an introduction to key conceptual understandings in mathematics for educators.
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This paper introduces students to what it means to be a teacher and learner of literacy and mathematics in Aotearoa New Zealand in early years settings. This paper introduces students to the skills, attitudes and values required of a teacher in Aotearoa New Zealand. This paper introduces students to the nature and purpose of early childhood and schooling curriculum in Aotearoa New Zealand, and to theories that shape curriculum intent, implementation and outcomes.
This paper introduces students to what it means to be a teacher and learner of literacy and mathematics in Aotearoa New Zealand. A study of the teaching and learning of Drama for years A study of the role of English in the secondary school curriculum: A study of the role of Music in the secondary school curriculum: This paper prepares pre-service, secondary education students to teach additional languages other than English or Maori in secondary school settings in Years This paper introduces the professional role of the teacher within the school, models of professional mentoring and peer teaching, beginning to work with a class for the first time this will include a check on basic communication and planning skills , and classroom management.
In this paper, students will examine theories of learning, working with diverse learners and a range of innovative teaching practices. This paper examines the educational policies, ideas and processes shaping educational contexts in Aotearoa New Zealand.
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This paper focuses on understanding and enhancing human development through an exploration of biological, psychological, social and cultural factors that influence patterns of development and learning over the lifespan. An introduction to the learning and teaching of science in the primary school curriculum. A study of the role of mathematics education in the secondary school curriculum: This paper is an introduction for teaching and learning science at Years levels of the national science curriculum in New Zealand schools.
This paper is an advanced course for teaching and learning science at Years levels of the national science curriculum in New Zealand schools. A study of the role of technology education in the secondary school curriculum: An examination of Years social studies in the context of the social sciences learning area of the New Zealand curriculum. Are you operating or education to paintings within the early years region?
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