Education Psychology and Pedagogy
Please note: Information on this page relates to 2014 academic year unless otherwise specified.
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Educational Psychology and Pedagogy courses contribute to teacher education qualifications, the BA in Education and Education and Psychology, and Education postgraduate programmes. The courses are administered by the School of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy within the Faculty of Education.
The School of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy has a focus on the psychology of teaching, inclusive pedagogy and a wide range of specialties within education including instructional design, organisational learning, special education and principles of classroom management. An important focus for the School is to develop innovative solutions for enhancing Māori and Pasifika success in both undergraduate and postgraduate studies and to establish and maintain programmes of study that address the changing needs of our community of learners.
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Educational Psychology and Pedagogy courses are taught in the Faculty of Education.
School of Educational Psychology and Pedagogy (SEPP)
Level 3, Malcolm Block, Karori Campus
Phone: 04-463 9502
Fax: 04-463 9521
Student Administration Office
Faculty of Education
Level 2, Waghorn Block
Phone: 04-463 9500
The BA degree is administered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.
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Education Māori Pasifika and Indigenous
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|100 Level Courses|
EPSY 113 – Understanding Young Children
EPSY 114 – Introduction to the Teaching Profession ECE
EPSY 131 – Teaching: What's It All About?
EPSY 132 – Building Learning Communities in New Zealand
EPSY 141 – Human Development and Learning
EPSY 142 – Understanding Behaviour: Working with People
FEDU 101 – Foundations for Educational Studies
|200 Level Courses|
EPSY 212 – Planning for Diversity
EPSY 231 – Teaching and Learning for Success
EPSY 232 – The Learner at the Centre of Teaching
EPSY 233 – Motivating Students to Learn and Achieve
EPSY 235 – Teaching Diverse Learners
EPSY 241 – Young People, Education and Media
EPSY 243 – Educational Psychology
EPSY 244 – Issues in Human Development
|300 Level Courses|
EPSY 301 – The Learner in Context
EPSY 302 – Teaching Models and Strategies
EPSY 312 – Early Development and Relationships
EPSY 313 – Being a Professional EC Teacher
EPSY 314 – Investigating Pedagogical Practices
EPSY 317 – ECE Pedagogy
EPSY 320 – Teachers as Lifelong Learners
EPSY 322 – Teaching ESOL
EPSY 331 – Becoming a Skilled Professional
EPSY 341 – Classroom Studies
EPSY 342 – Educational Psychology: Diverse Learners
EPSY 343 – Youth and Life Challenges
FEDU 301 – Understanding Research in Education