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The Doctor of Education (EdD) is designed for experienced professionals working in diverse roles in education and related fields who wish to gain a research-based and professionally focused doctoral degree. It consists of a combination of taught courses and a substantial research project that will form a thesis.
Annual Conference of NZ Association for Research in Education (NZARE)
20-23 November 2016
Featuring International speaker Gert Biesta (UK)
Are you considering applying for a teacher education programme in 2017?
TeachNZ have announced new scholarships for Science, Technology and Mathematics teaching for 2017
Go to their webpage www.teachnz.govt.nz/scholarships to enter your contact details and they will send you an alert once their page has been updated with further information.
Senior lecturers Dr Michael Johnston and Dr Mark Sheehan, have collaborated with Dr Rosemary Hipkins a chief researcher from the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) to write NCEA In Context—a four-part book which presents an analysis of the past, present and potential future of NCEA.