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New paper code prefixes: From 2018 all 100, 200 and 300 level papers, and some higher papers, will use new five-letter prefixes (e.g. ENGLI replaces ENGL).

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ADLNG500Issues in Adult and Tertiary Education19B (Block)30.0
This paper will investigate issues in current theory, policy and practices in adult and tertiary education locally and internationally. In the course of this enquiry, students will be expected to critique multiple perspectives, develop a coherent philosophical base and a research design to address a specific issue.
ALED324Dyslexia19C (Block)20.0
This paper is for pre- and in-service teachers, and those working with readers of all ages experiencing reading difficulties, who want to know more about dyslexia ['dys' means difficulty and 'lexia' means words]. In particular, this paper will give students theoretical knowledge and practical understanding of the nature of dyslexia, its diagnosis in children and adults, and how to teach dyslexics to read.
BIOL562Marine and Estuarine Ecology19C (Block)15.0
This paper focuses on a variety of contemporary issues in marine ecology and biological oceanography, including fisheries biology and management, recruitment, ecology of disturbances, benthic-pelagic coupling, aquaculture and primary production.
CHINE380Study Abroad19C (Block)15.0
This paper involves intensive language and/or society and culture instruction at education institutions in Chinese-speaking Asia.
COMPX371Computer Science Work Placement19C (Block)30.0
This paper provides a full-immersion, authentic work experience that is relevant to a student's study, in a professional workplace.
COMPX372Computer Science Work Placement 219C (Block)15.0
This paper provides a second full-immersion, authentic work experience that is relevant to a student's study, in a professional workplace.
COMPX373Computer Science Work Placement 319C (Block)15.0
This paper provides the third full-immersion, authentic work experience that is relevant to a student's study, in a professional workplace.
COMPX379Computer Science Work Placement 419C (Block)15.0
This paper provides the a full-immersion, authentic work experience that is relevant to a student's study, in a professional workplace.
COUNS540Working with Groups19B (Block)30.0
This paper explores dialogic group processes with selected kinds of groups. Students will be given the opportunity to develop group membership and leadership roles through observation, participation and evaluation during an experiential workshop format and through on-line discussion and assignments.
COUNS541Counselling Skills19C (Block)30.0
This paper provides the opportunity for students to develop competence in basic relational and conversational skills of counselling within a narrative perspective. Students will develop a repertoire of counselling skills which are relevant in a variety of contexts. Video feedback and peer supervision will be used.
COUNS543Counselling Young People and Families19B (Block)30.0
This paper extends the narrative counselling skills taught in COUNS541. Its particular focus is counselling children, young people, families and couples.
COUNS544Discourse and Counselling Psychologies19C (Block)30.0
This paper offers a constructionist perspective on counselling and includes consideration of psychological theories which have influenced counselling practice. Students will be introduced to concepts which enable analysis of therapeutic conversations.
COUNS545Professional Practice of Counselling19C (Block)30.0
This paper is designed to bring together the narrative theory and practice issues arising in COUNS542. Students will meet on campus at regular intervals throughout the year to present examples of their work with clients, to participate in peer consultation and to address common problems related concerns that are present in their counselling work.
COUNS546Conflict Resolution: Restorative Approaches19B (Block)30.0
This paper develops the skills of facilitating conflict resolution using mediation, conferencing and other types of restorative and generative conversations in families, schools and other contexts. A narrative perspective on conflict resolution features strongly in the paper.
COUNS549Counselling and Contexts19S (Block)30.0
This paper provides an overview of counselling practice and its contexts, including an optional module on school counselling. It teaches the skills and ethical perspectives of collaborative approaches to counselling, offering a particular introduction to narrative therapy.
CSMAX596Computer Science Internship19A (Block), 19B (Block), 19C (Block) & 19Y (Block)60.0
This internship enables the development of practical knowledge and hands-on experience through a supervised internship in the IT industry.
DINST513Early Intervention for Children with Special Needs19B (Block) & 19B (Hamilton)30.0
This paper is intended to enable students to understand the philosophical and developmental justification for early intervention programmes for young children with special needs and their families. The focus will be on early intervention carried out in a range of contexts. The paper content will include: concepts of disability models and design of early intervention programmes; assessment; curriculum; parent partnerships and evaluation of processes.
EARTH505River Dynamics19A (Block) & 19A (Hamilton)15.0
This module investigates the processes that control the evolution of river form and structure over timescales of storm events to decades, through a combination of theory, environmental remote sensing and numerical modelling.
EDART100Engaging with Arts Education in the Community19A (Block) & 19A (Block - Tauranga)15.0
This paper aims to develop students' strength in learning and teaching selected arts disciplines in school and community settings.
EDART204Drama in Educational Contexts19S (Block)15.0
This paper will introduce students to the key concepts of drama and contribute to the development of specialist skills and dispositions required when working with drama as a pedagogy or for performance.
EDART501Contemporary Issues in Arts Education19B (Block)30.0
In this paper, students will engage with a range of contemporary local and global issues impacting Arts education, culminating in a critical, in-depth examination of one issue and its implications for teaching and learning.
EDART502Critical Approaches in Applied Arts Education19A (Block)30.0
This paper focuses on the ways in which Arts practitioners and educators can critically interrogate the place of the Arts practice as both a responsibility and opportunity in specific applied contexts.
EDLED502Educational Leadership: Organisational Change and Development19B (Block) & 19B (Online)30.0
This paper explores key theories and practices of organisational development and collaborative change management in educational contexts. Students will critically examine societal and organisational factors which impact the culture, strategic development and review processes within educational establishments. Strategies which support individuals to appreciate the complex nature and drivers associated with change and innovation will be explored as a means to strengthen and develop approaches to successfully respond to, embrace and lead change in education.
EDLED503Developing Educational Leadership: Coaching and Mentoring19A (Block) & 19B (Block - Tauranga)30.0
This paper critically examines theories and models of continuing leadership development through mentoring and coaching. It focuses on the importance of critical reflection on practice, the change process through adult learning theory, and the leadership capacity building that is so important in educational settings. Participants will study the interpersonal skills and knowledge necessary for developing leaders and leadership. They will examine their practice in a coaching and mentoring context and articulate developing understandings. The conceptual, theoretical and practical understanding of coaching and mentoring introduced in this paper is advanced in EDLED506 Educational Leadership: Advanced Coaching and Mentoring.
EDLED504Educational Leadership: Inquiry in Organisations and Communities19B (Block)30.0
Students will examine and employ fundamental principles of Appreciative Inquiry and Action Inquiry to develop theoretical and practical understandings of their professional and leadership practice within their learning context. Students will critically examine the contextual and relational nature of educational leadership in their choice of learning organisation through processes of self-reflective inquiry. This paper seeks to enhance each student's ability to work within and across their community in terms of the development of individuals and the relationships that exist collectively.
EDLED505Educational Leadership for Social Justice19A (Block), 19A (Hamilton) & 19A (Online)30.0
This paper draws on research and theory from New Zealand and global contexts to critically examine leadership practices related to issues of social justice in education. This paper provides opportunities to engage in current debates related to equity, access, fairness, agency and success in education and offers a framework for raising socially just consciousness for action. Through the critical reflection on personal leadership contexts, participants will examine core principles of social justice with the intention of engaging in broader social action to transform their educative and leadership practices.
EDLED506Educational Leadership: Advanced Coaching and Mentoring19A (Block - Tauranga) & 19B (Block)30.0
This paper advances the conceptual, theoretical and practical understanding of coaching and mentoring introduced in EDLED503. It expands the interpersonal skills and knowledge essential for effective coaching/mentoring in educational contexts and continues the emphasis on critical reflection on practice. Participants will be in an active coaching/mentoring role for the duration of the paper and develop an evidence-based personal practice portfolio. The paper will be of interest to practitioners who are currently coaching or mentoring colleagues; for example, tutor and associate teachers, middle and senior leaders in schools and tertiary institutions, and professionals in wider education contexts.
EDLED507Educational Leadership: Professional Seminar19B (Block)30.0
With the rapidly changing nature of the New Zealand educational landscape, opportunities for educational leaders to critically examine current issues of importance and interest in a timely manner are essential. As such, the topic of this paper is co-constructed within the professional learning community of educational leaders in order to inquire into, address and respond to pressing and relevant issues in education. Working from a critical perspective, the paper is structured for students to locate and examine the topic alongside current leadership discourses, theory and literature to explore issues and challenges from national and international perspectives. This paper is structured to provide progressive and reflective dialogic encounters, along with opportunities for participants to develop strategic actions which seek to respond and contribute to the broader educational leadership debates and educational change.
EDUCA296Work Placement19C (Block)20.0
This paper enables students to undertake work placement in an area related to their major as part of their degree. Students work in a chosen field for a period of time in order to gain valuable work experience and learn from experts in their chosen field.
EDUCA396Work Placement19C (Block)20.0
This paper enables students to undertake work placement in an area related to their major as part of their degree. Students work in a chosen field for a period of time in order to gain valuable work experience and learn from experts in their chosen field.
EDUCA503The Practices of Teaching19A (Block) & 19A (Online)30.0
This paper provides an overview for educators to articulate, critique and explain their teaching practices using the socio-cultural perspectives in the research literature.
EDUCA540Professional Learning and Development19A (Block)30.0
This paper explores in depth professional learning and development as a practice of professional leadership that has transformative potential in a range of learning contexts seen as complex adaptive systems. A strong emphasis is placed on working in communities of inquiry and participants are expected to join respectfully with others in a learning community. A stance of critical inquiry into the assumptions and beliefs that are incorporated into facilitation and other leadership practices, and professional development provision, is expected.
EDUCA541Using Evidence for Effective Practice19B (Block)30.0
This paper aims to enable students to read, interpret, evaluate and use evidence to improve their own pedagogical practice, and the practice of others.
EDUCA557Research Methods19A (Hamilton), 19A (Tauranga), 19B (Online) & 19S (Block)30.0
This paper introduces students to the major educational research paradigms, methodologies appropriate to collecting data in schools (including interviews, observations, surveys, case studies), action research, literature reviews, critiquing research, and report writing. It includes consideration of ethical issues in research.
ENVPL402Plan and Consents19C (Block)15.0
This paper is designed to provide students with skills and experience in the application of resource management plans and the resource consent process under the RMA. Students are engaged in experiential learning relevant to the practice of environmental planning and management in New Zealand.
ENVPL508Plan and Consents19C (Block)15.0
This paper is designed to provide students with skills and experience in the application of resource management plans and the resource consent process under the RMA. Students are engaged in experiential learning relevant to the practice of environmental planning and management in New Zealand.
EXCOR501Relational Leadership19DH (Block) & 19R (Block)15.0
A large part of leadership is relational. Leaders need to create higher leader-direct report exchange relationships, as well as encourage leadership to be shared/distributed within teams. Relational leadership is also required in a context where hierarchical authority cannot be exercised. Higher relational leadership has been found to create greater employee engagement and commitment.
EXCOR502Transformational Leadership19R (Block)15.0
Leading, or being a vital part of, the transformation of your organisation is both powerful and challenging to you and your team. Understanding the basics of organisation transformation, and knowing how to do it well, opens a plethora of opportunities for innovation and change for both you, and the organisation.
EXCOR505Health Management and Accountability19DH (Block)15.0
Traditionally, management and leadership have been viewed as two different roles with different sets of behaviours. However, there is now the acceptance that these roles are difficult to separate from what is traditionally considered as 'leadership'. Management and Accountability is bi-directional. It involves managers setting and managing expectations of their direct reports, as well as direct reports' expectation of their managers. Participants who successfully complete this paper will be able to develop competencies for effective self-management as well as management of their direct reports.
FASS396Work Placement19C (Block)20.0
This paper enables students to undertake work placement in an area related to their major as part of their degree. Students work in a chosen field for a period of time in order to gain valuable work experience and learn from experts in their chosen field.

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