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Auck College Of Ed: Stop undermining NCEA

Wednesday, 15 September 2004, 12:07 am | Auckland College of Education

Political attacks on NCEA have gone too far, says Dr John Langley, Dean of the Faculty of Education at the University of Auckland, responding to Bill English’s recent statements and his latest volley at Cambridge High School. More >>

One size fits all? Equity in tertiary education

Wednesday, 25 August 2004, 1:22 pm | Auckland College of Education

Cultural equity, sexual equity, work-life balance, student poverty and equity for the disabled are among the wide-ranging themes of the upcoming conference on equal opportunity for people in the tertiary education sector, in Auckland next week. More >>

Maths research internationally recognised

Wednesday, 11 August 2004, 4:13 pm | Auckland College of Education

Secondary students bamboozled for decades by algebra may soon be helped by teaching approaches used in the Ministry of Education’s Numeracy Project, according to New Zealand research being published in a prestigious European journal. More >>

The most vulnerable need qualified teachers

Thursday, 29 July 2004, 4:23 pm | Auckland College of Education

The Government’s work to lift quality in the early childhood sector is important and necessary, says Dr John Langley, Principal of the Auckland College of Education. By contrast, the Early Childhood Council’s campaign against the Government’s diploma ... More >>

Green Light For Amalgamation Proposal

Wednesday, 28 July 2004, 2:04 pm | Auckland College of Education

The University of Auckland and the Auckland College of Education (ACE) have received the green light from Government to amalgamate, and form a Faculty of Education. More >>

Teachers’ teachers gather

Monday, 28 June 2004, 12:47 am | Auckland College of Education

One hundred and eighty teacher educators from around New Zealand gather in Auckland on Monday 5 July for their biennial conference, hosted by Auckland College of Education. More >>

Buzzers at the ready in Kids’ Lit Quiz final

Tuesday, 15 June 2004, 11:48 am | Auckland College of Education

The country’s passionate young readers go head to head this Sunday in the finals of the Paper Plus Kids’ Lit Quiz at the Aotea Centre, Auckland. More >>

Free lunchtime performances brighten winter days

Friday, 11 June 2004, 10:40 am | Auckland College of Education

Dance, comedy, live music and other surprising treats are in store for the public and Auckland College of Education campus community. The college is delighted to announce its inaugural “ActivAte” series of lunchtime performances, starting next week. More >>

Artwork redefines notion of students on seats

Friday, 21 May 2004, 3:53 pm | Auckland College of Education

A sofa sculpted in smashed tiles is the latest artwork commissioned by Auckland College of Education for an outdoor courtyard at its Epsom campus. More >>

Intensive early childhood ed programme launched

Tuesday, 11 May 2004, 4:31 pm | Auckland College of Education

A fast-track programme at Auckland College of Education is helping implement the government’s strategy that all early childhood teachers hold an early childhood teaching diploma, as well as catering to people who want to switch careers to early childhood ... More >>

Auckland College of Education given confidence

Monday, 26 April 2004, 1:53 pm | Auckland College of Education

Auckland College of Education’s score in the Performance Based Research Fund exercise is an excellent platform to build on, says Principal of the College, Dr John Langley. More >>

Expert help in literacy on the way

Thursday, 18 March 2004, 11:17 am | Auckland College of Education

School children with severe reading and writing difficulties are being targeted by a new group of specialist teachers. More >>

Pub. Lecture On Treaty Issues & Cultural Identity

Wednesday, 17 March 2004, 5:52 pm | Auckland College of Education

Prominent academic and 2003 Fulbright Senior Scholar Dr Elizabeth Rata has argued for nearly a decade that current approaches to the Treaty of Waitangi do not lead to justice for Maori, or put New Zealand on a sound footing as an ethnically diverse ... More >>

Creating a global community of young readers

Tuesday, 23 December 2003, 11:25 am | Auckland College of Education

A unique children’s literature competition invented by New Zealander Wayne Mills has just finished its first run in the United Kingdom, won by Dunblane High School in Scotland. More >>

$747,000 boost to teachers’ e-learning

Monday, 22 December 2003, 2:13 pm | Auckland College of Education

A bi-lingual website and other resources will assist tertiary educators wanting to introduce e-learning, following success of a proposal by Auckland College of Education in collaboration with Maori education providers in Northland and Rotorua. More >>

College research excellence recognised

Thursday, 4 December 2003, 11:40 am | Auckland College of Education

One of the three awards presented this year by the New Zealand Association for Research in Education (NZARE) has gone to a researcher at Auckland College of Education. More >>

Latest early childhood research aired at symposium

Thursday, 27 November 2003, 5:55 pm | Auckland College of Education

A wealth of topics will be explored by national and international researchers at the seventh New Zealand Early Childhood Research Symposium being hosted by Auckland College of Education on Saturday 29th of November. More >>

Kiwi literary whizz heads to Britain

Wednesday, 12 November 2003, 10:50 am | Auckland College of Education

Wayne Mills’ achievement inspiring thousands of New Zealand children to read has caught the imagination of British educators and he is about to head their way. More >>

Liz Beddoe on Social Workers Registration Board

Wednesday, 5 November 2003, 6:56 pm | Auckland College of Education

Respected New Zealand social work educator and researcher Liz Beddoe has been appointed to the inaugural Social Workers Registration Board by Hon Steve Maharey. The Minister launched the Social Workers Registration Board in Parliament today. More >>

Teachers are missing in truancy announcement

Tuesday, 14 October 2003, 5:47 pm | Auckland College of Education

A fundamental point is missing in Hon Trevor Mallard's latest truancy initiative, says Principal of Auckland College of Education, Dr John Langley. "You can have all of the truancy initiatives in the world but if the kids get back to school and ... More >>

 

 
 
 
 
 

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