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Education Student heads to World Cup
New Zealand rugby player Haile Hurring heads to the World Cup in Paris with one eye on the rugby pitch and the other on her text books. Read more
Teaching and Sport Coaching
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New 12 month Primary Teaching programme in 2014
Introduce children to the world of learning, and start them on their road to reading, writing and mathematics. It’s a rewarding and satisfying career where you can make a real difference in children’s lives.
New Sports Coaching Programme in 2014
Blending practical application and theory, the new Sport Coaching qualification will provides students with essential skills that give you a range of career options.
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Sport Coaching graduate wins bronze in Glasgow
Sam Belkin, BSpC, won a bronze medal in freestyle wrestling at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this month. "I'm stoked at the moment," he said. "It's good to get that out of the way and I can have a break. It's been an intense build-up. It started in South Africa then I had to go to American Samoa, then I trained in America, it'll be nice to go home and have a bit of a rest."
Congratulations to senior lecturer in sculpture, Bronwyn Taylor, who was last week awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award in Teaching, Leadership and Research by The Aotearoa New Zealand Association of Art Educators at the 2014 National Conference at AUT. Congratulations also go out to senior lecturer in graphic design, Aaron Beehre, for being a finalist in the Publishers' Association of NZ Best Illustrated Book award for, Shane Cotton: The Hanging Sky (available through the School of Fine Arts) and CUP book Lateral Inversions.
Title: "Who gives a toss? using research data to improve student engagement in science"
Venue : Wheki 201
Time 12-1:00pm Friday 29th August
Presenter: David Paterson (HOF) Cashmere High School
Hosted by Science and Technology Education Research Lab