PAE TIKA

Tika is inherently tied to truth. As the root of matatika, the meaning is expanded to embrace the principles of ethical, fair and equitable practice. In the context of learning and teaching, it refers to teaching with integrity, and showing respect for students and the ownership of academic and cultural knowledges.

How our values inform our practice

NGĀ UARA WHAKAHAERE

 
Glossary of terms

We uphold fair, equitable and ethical practices in our teaching and in our research. We show respect for learning and the ownership of cultural and academic knowledge.

ACTION 8:

We will enable our students and staff to understand and uphold principles of ethics and integrity in their academic work and in their wider practices.

Supporting plan

MAHERE TAUTOKO
Support students and staff to understand and uphold principles of ethics and academic integrity.

Responsibility

  • Office of the Provost
  • College Director Teaching and Learning
  • College Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor
  • Head of School
  • Dean, Academic

Milestone

  • By end 2020
  • Ongoing

 


Work with students to review all policies, to ensure those policies embrace diversity, acknowledge disability, and support wellbeing. We bring a consistent and equitable approach to this across our suite of programmes.

Responsibility

  • Dean, Academic
  • National Centre for Teaching and Learning
  • Student Services
  • People and Culture

Milestone

  • By end 2020

 


Use ethical and valid assessment practices that are fair and equitable.

Responsibility

  • Teaching staff
  • College Director Teaching and Learning
  • College Pro Vice-Chancellor

Milestone

  • By end 2020