PAE PAKIREHUA

Pakirehua conveys the notion of inquiry and questioning. In terms of learning and teaching, it refers to our desire to seek and develop knowledge through pure and applied research. It also includes the principles of research-led teaching, contextualised within our curricula and demonstrated through our evidence-based teaching practices.

How our values inform our practice

NGĀ UARA WHAKAHAERE

 
Glossary of terms

We learn through pure and applied research and inquiry and our teaching practice and curricula are underpinned by up-to-date research.

ACTION 7:

We will ensure that our courses and qualifications draw on leading research in their curricula and pedagogy and support students to engage in research and inquiry through their study.

Supporting plan

MAHERE TAUTOKO
Develop and articulate an understanding of the interconnected relationship between learning, teaching, and research across the University.

Responsibility

  • Office of the Provost
  • Academic Committee

Milestone

  • By end 2020

 


Ensure our curricula are contemporary, current, and draw on the most up-to-date knowledge and practices, in both the discipline of study and in teaching practices.

Responsibility

  • Academic Committee
  • National Centre for Teaching and Learning
  • Dean, Academic
  • Director, Digital Innovation

Milestone

  • By end 2020
  • Ongoing

 


Facilitate, wherever possible, opportunities for student research within curricula.

Responsibility

  • Office of the Provost
  • Academic Committee
  • College Director Teaching and Learning
  • Dean, Research

Milestone

  • By end 2020

 


Ensure Research Centres contribute to the learning and teaching of undergraduate and/or postgraduate students.

Responsibility

  • Office of the Provost
  • College Pro Vice-Chancellor
  • Dean, Research

Milestone

  • By end 2020