Faculty of Education

Education Policy and Implementation

Please note: Information on this page relates to 2014 academic year unless otherwise specified.

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This subject is taught by the School of Education Policy and Implementation in the Faculty of Education.

Overview

Education Policy and Implementation 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 Education Policy and Implementation within the Faculty of Education.

The School undertakes quality research-led teaching in a range of subjects that relate to education curriculum and policy in the early childhood, primary and secondary school sectors and is committed to undertaking research that investigates education policy and its implementation, domain-based subject areas and educational philosophy. The School also undertakes specialist teaching and research that relates to gender and women’s studies.

To see which Education Policy and Implementation courses contribute to your programme of study, go to the Undergraduate Study, Graduate Diploma of Teaching or Postgraduate Study pages.

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Education Policy and Implementation courses are taught in the Faculty of Education.

School of Education Policy and Implementation (SEPI)
Level 3, Malcolm Block, Karori Campus
Phone: 04-463 9500
Fax: 04-463 5349
Email: sepi@vuw.ac.nz

Student and Academic Services Office
Faculty of Education
Level 2, Waghorn Block
Karori Campus
Phone: 04-463 9500
Email: education@vuw.ac.nz

The BA degree is administered by the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences.

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Related subjects and careers

Related subjects Careers opportunities

Educational Psychology & Pedagogy
Education Māori Pasifika and Indigenous
Education and Psychology
Education Majors for the BA
Teaching Early Childhood
Teaching Primary and Secondary
Early Childhood Studies

Applied researcher
Community education
Education researcher
Government
Policy analyst
Professional education
Training and development
Teacher

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List of courses


100 Level Courses

EPOL 111 – Te Whaariki

EPOL 112 – Notions of Wellbeing and Belonging

EPOL 113 – The Discovery of Early Childhood

EPOL 132 – Teaching the Arts

EPOL 133 – Teaching Technology

EPOL 134 – Teaching Health and Physical Education

EPOL 181 – Schooling Under Scrutiny: History, Policy and Society

FEDU 101 – Foundations for Educational Studies


200 Level Courses

EPOL 211 – The Multi-Literate Child

EPOL 212 – The Musical & Physical Child

EPOL 213 – The Inquiring Child

EPOL 214 – Developing Professional Partnerships in ECE

EPOL 215 – The Early Years Debate

EPOL 231 – Literacy

EPOL 232 – Numeracy

EPOL 233 – Teaching Science

EPOL 234 – Engaging Learners in Society

EPOL 251 – Music Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 252 – Performing Arts Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 253 – Visual Arts Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 280 – Adult Literacy and Numeracy: Policy, Theory and Practice

EPOL 281 – Making Meaning: Young People, Society and School

EPOL 286 – Education for Diversity, Social and Environmental Justice

FEDU 280 – Adult Literacy and Numeracy: Policy, Theory and Practice


300 Level Courses

EPOL 301 – The Teacher in Context

EPOL 311 – Early Childhood Teaching and Pedagogy

EPOL 312 – The Multi-literate Child

EPOL 313 – Assessment for Learning in the ECE Context

EPOL 314 – Science, Maths and Technology

EPOL 315 – Early Childhood Curriculum

EPOL 316 – Professional Responsibilities in ECE

EPOL 317 – Advocacy and Young Children

EPOL 320 – English Literacy and EAL

EPOL 321 – Mathematics and Statistics Education

EPOL 322 – Science, Social Science and Technology

EPOL 323 – The Arts, Health and PE and Learning Languages

EPOL 324 – Teaching English

EPOL 325 – Teaching Mathematics

EPOL 330 – English Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 331 – English Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 336 – Learning Languages Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 337 – Learning Languages Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 338 – Mathematics and Statistics Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 339 – Mathematics and Statistics Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 340 – Music Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 341 – Music Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 342 – Performing Arts Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 343 – Performing Arts Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 344 – Science Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 345 – Science Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 346 – Social Sciences Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 347 – Social Sciences Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 348 – Technology Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 349 – Technology Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 350 – Visual Arts Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 351 – Visual Arts Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 352 – Home Economics Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 353 – Home Economics Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 354 – Health Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 355 – Health Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 356 – Physical Education Curriculum Study 1

EPOL 357 – Physical Education Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 358 – Enhancing Access in the Secondary Curriculum

EPOL 361 – English Curriculum Study

EPOL 362 – Learning Languages Curriculum Study

EPOL 363 – Mathematics and Statistics Curriculum Study

EPOL 364 – Music Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 365 – Performing Arts Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 366 – Science Curriculum Study

EPOL 367 – Social Sciences Curriculum Study

EPOL 368 – Technology Curriculum Study

EPOL 369 – Visual Arts Curriculum Study 2

EPOL 380 – Assessment of Literacy and Numeracy in Adult Contexts

EPOL 381 – Design and Evaluation of Literacy and Numeracy Interventions

EPOL 383 – Teaching and Learning Literacy in Adult Contexts

EPOL 384 – Teaching and Learning Numeracy in Adult Contexts

EPOL 386 – Growing Up in a Digital World

EPOL 387 – The Politics of Schooling

EPOL 388 – Global and Environmental Perspectives in Education

EPOL 389 – Special Topic: Historical Studies of Education

FEDU 301 – Understanding Research in Education