HEDN611-23A (D) Any Time Start 2023 (Distance)

Teaching and Learning in Aotearoa

15 points

Start/End Date: The start and end dates are specific to each student. For further information please contact one of the following (as appropriate):
  • For Masters theses please contact the relevant Faculty Office.
  • For Doctoral degrees (PhD) please contact the Graduate School.
  • For other types of anytime start courses (i.e. generally courses worth 60 points or less) please contact the Course Coordinator.
Withdrawal Dates
The withdrawal dates for this course (both with and without fee refund) will be confirmed once a) the course start date and b) course length is confirmed. Students are advised to consult the department for further information.


The course will focus on what it means to be an educator in the tertiary sector in Aotearoa New Zealand. We position Te Tiriti as central to our roles and responsibilities as educators. Working from a student-centred approach we unpack key learning and teaching theories from the perspective of culturally responsive pedagogies and look at how this contributes to success and wellbeing of learners. We explore the contemporary global context in which we are situated and the current issues and debates influencing tertiary education. Working from a student centred approach we will explore key learning and teaching theories and examine how these contribute to success and wellbeing of contemporary learners.


Subject to approval of the Head of School.


Contact Person

Cheryl Brown


Assessment Due Date Percentage  Description
Self Reflection and Strategy for Action 30 Mar 2023 40% Digital Story and Report
Annotated Bibliography 08 Jun 2023 60%

Indicative Fees

Domestic fee $995.00

* All fees are inclusive of NZ GST or any equivalent overseas tax, and do not include any programme level discount or additional course-related expenses.

For further information see School of Educational Studies and Leadership .

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