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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
Applications are open for these programmes in 2015. Download your application form now!
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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Prestige Lecture "Rethinking the Concept of Sexuality Education"
Thursday, 18 Sept 4.00pm-5.00pm
Associate Professor Louisa Allen from the University of Auckland
What should be the content of sexuality education has been a longstanding social and educational debate. This discussion has generally centred on whether particular topics are age appropriate, teacher comfort and competency in delivering them and if issues will cause controversy/offense to some students and families. This presentation shifts focus away from the selection of knowledge within the official curriculum, to examine sexuality education in a more expansive sense. It draws attention to the ways in which meanings about sexuality are learned beyond the official curriculum and the importance of these spaces in terms of young people’s sexual development. To improve sexuality education, it is suggested that more attention be paid to these unofficial means of learning, and the way they establish the sexual cultures of schooling. Read more
UC Innovators’ Summer Start-Up Programme & Scholarships
Do you have a great idea and are keen to develop it towards reality? Or do you want to join a new venture and help move it forward? Then apply now to be part of the UC Innovators Summer Start-Up Programme. This is a 10 week programme designed to help students develop for-profit or social ventures. We support a range of ideas and new ventures – your idea does not need to be High-Tech or IT based. There are a number of scholarships available for students participating in the summer programme. The scholarships are open to any student currently enrolled at UC. Applications close – 5pm 15 September 2014. More information.
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