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Peterhead School located in Flaxmere, Hawke’s Bay employed four EIT Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) graduates. Principal of Peterhead, Martin Genet has great things to say about EIT graduates. Watch this short video and find out what’s great about the EIT teaching programme and get a feel for the passion these teachers have for the job.
Enacting Student Voice through Governance Partnerships in the Classroom
Rupture of the Ordinary for Radical Practice
Student voice is a construct that has come to mean many things to many people. In this article the author is interested in forms of student voice practice that generate a shift in status for students, from passive recipients of schooling to governance partners with teachers in the classroom.
She argues that governance partnerships that include students in joint pedagogical decision-making in the classroom embody the radical intent of student voice, which is to disrupt educational hierarchies and generate roles of influence for students.
Within an educational context where student voice can mean almost anything – so is in danger of meaning very little – governance partnerships disrupt the ordinary as a starting point for radical practice.
The NZ Diploma in Early Childhood Education and Care [Level 5], which has been a success at EIT’s Hawke’s Bay Campus this year, will be rolled out at EIT|Te Pūkenga in Tairāwhiti from...
EIT has officially became part of Te Pūkenga, with a pōwhiri held at EIT’s Te Ara o Tāwhaki Marae at its Hawke’s Bay campus in Taradale. The transition means that EIT ceased to exist...
Hannah Hunt has had a busy year – not only has she started EIT’s Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) on both a Year 13 and Sports scholarship, but she has also won a World Championship in Canoe...
Master of Professional Practice
Te Tohu Paerua mō Te Aka Whakaaroaro Master of Professional Practice
If you work with people and want to enhance and develop your practice, this programme is for you. This programme will enable you to follow your passions and interests within your own professional context, while focusing on the unique bicultural settings of Aotearoa.
The Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Practice and the Master of Professional Practice allow graduates working in the fields of education, social work, iwi and community development and other related fields to undertake post-graduate learning tailored to individual needs and interests.
Memea he hiahia nōu kia whakawhanakehia ōhou pūkenga mahi, tēnā, whakaarohia tēnei tohu mōhou. Ka taunakihia tēnei hōtaka tō puawaitanga o te tautika i roto i ngā horopaki ahurea rua o Aotearoa nei. E whakamana ana tēnei hōtaka kia whāia ōhou pae tawhiti kia tata, kia whakamau!
Mā ēnei tohu e taea ai e te pia te whai mātauranga paerunga i a ia e mahi ana, e taea ai hoki te waihanga huarahi ako kia tutuki ai ngā wawata me te ako i te wā kotahi.