Faculty of Education

Faculty of Education

Victoria's Faculty of Education is uniquely placed in the capital city to offer high-quality research-led teaching and learning.

The Faculty of Education aims to engage students as active members of a community of learning, offering challenging, high-quality academic programmes of study, and opportunities for an excellent student experience on campus and further afield. About us.


Oct19WorkshopsEarly Start Denver Model (ESDM) Introductory Workshop
Date: 19 October 2015
Time: 9.30 am
Venue: Theatre Block Lecture Theatre 1, Karori Campus, Donald Street
The Early Start Denver Model (ESDM), developed by Dr. Sally Rogers and Dr. Geraldine… Read more
Dec4-6ConferencesAustralia and New Zealand History of Education Society (ANZHES) Annual Conference
Date: 4–6 December 2015
Time: 10.00 am
Venue: Victoria University of Wellington
Intersecting and Contested Histories of Education Keynote Speaker: Dr Stephanie SpencerReader in the History of… Read more


24 August 2015 Research link leads to US collaboration
Research link leads to US collaboration Read more
3 June 2015 ANZHES Annual Conference : call for papers
Call for papers for the Australia and New Zealand History of Education Society Annual Conference Read more
12 February 2015 Dean's List 2014 announced
Congratulations to those on the 2014 Faculty of Education Dean's List. Read more

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Youth worker Therese Kyne is enjoying exploring important ideas and issues as part of her BA in Education. If you want to look at the big questions facing education, schooling and learning read more about our BA Education majors and read more about Therese.



Science investigation

Azra Moeed and her team are researching ways to improve student learning from science investigation. Read more about their project at Beyond play: Learning through science investigation and read more about our Research Activity



Cochise Avei is studying to be a secondary school teacher. A year of concentrated study combined with experience working in schools gives our graduates the skills they need to succeed. Read more about Cochise and read more about teacher education.


Educational Psychology

Tegan Lynch is following her interests in human development and youth issues and studying towards a Master's degree in Educational Psychology. Find out more about undergraduate and postgraduate study in educational psychology and read more about Tegan.