Teaching (2018)

The University offers teaching qualifications in early childhood, primary and secondary education, with a Maori Medium option for early childhood and primary programmes. The BTchg (Early Childhood) programme is a professional teaching qualification that prepares students for work in a variety of early childhood settings with children from birth to five or six years. The BTchg (Primary) programme is a professional degree designed for students wanting to pursue a teaching career in New Zealand primary, middle, composite and intermediate schools. A BTchg (Primary) conjoint degree is also offered. The BTchg (Secondary) conjoint degree is designed for people wanting to pursue a teaching career in New Zealand secondary schools. The conjoint degree programmes are interwoven so one supports and enhances the other and include a Bachelor of Teaching majoring in Professional Education and a subject degree with a major and supporting subject that support the New Zealand curriculum. Qualified early childhood and primary teachers can upgrade their Diploma of Teaching (DipT) to a BTchg. Professional qualifications are also offered for technology teachers who wish to upgrade their qualifications or for experienced tradespeople who want a career change from tradesperson to teacher.

The full regulations and requirements for the BTchg are set out in the Faculty of Education Teacher Education Handbook.

A Graduate Diploma in Teaching (GradDipT) is available in all sectors (early childhood, primary and secondary) for students who have completed a bachelors degree and who wish to gain a professional teaching qualification. A Master of Teaching and Learning (MTchgLn) is also available to prepare high achieving graduates for primary and secondary teaching. Initial enquiries for the BTchg, GradDipT, and MTchgLn programmes should be made to the Centre for Teacher Education, Faculty of Education. A Bachelor of Teaching with Honours is available for students or teachers who have completed the BTchg or equivalent. Initial enquiries about BTch(Hons) should be made to the Postgraduate Studies Office, Faculty of Education.


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  • Prescriptions for the BTchg (Early Childhood)

    These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Bachelor of Teaching (Early Childhood) programme.

  • 100 Level

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEACH100Literacy and Mathematics in the Early Years18A (Hamilton), 18A (Online), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper introduces students to what it means to be a teacher and learner of literacy and mathematics in Aotearoa New Zealand in early years settings. Students will gain an understanding of how children develop oral and written language and the importance of talk. The paper includes a focus on the understanding, competence, and c...
    TEACH101Being a Teacher in Aotearoa New Zealand18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    This paper introduces students to the skills, attitudes and values required of a teacher in Aotearoa New Zealand. It explores professional and ethical requirements for teachers and commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi.
    TEACH102Aotearoa Curriculum in Action18A (Hamilton), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper introduces students to the nature and purpose of early childhood and schooling curriculum in Aotearoa New Zealand, and to theories that shape curriculum intent, implementation and outcomes.
    TEEDU100Concepts of Learning and Teaching 118A (Hamilton), 18A (Online), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    In this paper, students will examine theories of learning, working with diverse learners and a range of innovative teaching practices.
    TEEDU101The Aotearoa New Zealand Educational Context18A (Hamilton), 18A (Online), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper examines the educational policies, ideas and processes shaping educational contexts in Aotearoa New Zealand.
    TEEDU102Learning and Development Across the Lifespan18A (Hamilton), 18A (Online), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper focuses on understanding and enhancing human development through an exploration of biological, psychological, social and cultural factors that influence patterns of development and learning over the lifespan.
    TEPRO100Professional Experience 1 (Early Childhood)18C (Hamilton) & 18C (Online)
    This paper introduces the professional role of the teacher in Early Childhood settings. It provides opportunities for participants to gain a practical understanding of the day-to-day operation of an Early Childhood setting and introduces students to the teaching role.
  • 200 Level

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEDE211Professional Practice 2: Practicum (E2)18C (Hamilton), 18C (Tauranga), 18D (Hamilton) & 18D (Tauranga)
    This second teaching practicum provides the opportunity to link theory learned in all papers with practice in early childhood services.
    TEHD220Developing Inclusive Practices18B (Hamilton), 18B (Tauranga), 18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    This paper examines differences in the physical, cognitive, social, emotional and cultural development of children, and the ways these can be recognised, assessed and catered for.
    TEPS210Professional Practice 2: The Reflective Practitioner (E2)18B (Hamilton) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper links the theory and practice of the development of reflective practice. It will support the development of reflective practice as a professional teacher.
    TEPS211International Issues in Early Childhood Education (E2)18A (Hamilton) & 18A (Tauranga)
    This paper introduces students to a range of international issues, philosophies, theoretical underpinnings and wider influences on childhoods. The paper explores local and global perspectives and influences on early childhood teaching and learning. It examines the impact of complex social, historical, political and cultural context...
    TEPS212Making Sense of the World (E2)18B (Hamilton) & 18B (Tauranga)
    A study of how young children participate in a learning environment, with an emphasis on the relationships between the learner and the adult. Connections are made to early mathematics and early technology.
    TEPS213Te Tiriti Based Pedagogies (E2)18B (Hamilton) & 18B (Tauranga)
    A study of cultural issues in early childhood education. Development of knowledge of te reo Maori me ona tikanga.
    TEPS214Children's Language and Communication (E2)18A (Hamilton) & 18A (Tauranga)
    An introduction to theories of language acquisitions and language development for infants, toddlers and young children, and an opportunity to develop language skills in young children through storytelling, poetry, rhymes, finger plays, literature and emergent reading. There will be a practical component.
    TEPS216Integrating the Arts in Early Childhood Education (E3)18A (Hamilton) & 18A (Tauranga)
    This paper provides opportunities for students to experience their personal creative journey alongside their learning towards becoming a creative and resourceful early childhood teacher who provides culturally appropriate learning experiences through integration of art, music, drama, storytelling, and movement within the context of...
    TEPS218Family and Community (E3)18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper links the theory and practice of developing relationships between early childhood services, caregivers, whanau and community.
  • 300 Level

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEDE311Professional Practice 3: Practicum (E3)18C (Hamilton), 18C (Tauranga), 18D (Hamilton) & 18D (Tauranga)
    This final teaching practicum provides the opportunity to link theory learned in all papers with practice in early childhood services.
    TEPS310Professional Practice 3:The Professional Educator (E3)18C (Hamilton) & 18C (Tauranga)
    This paper provides opportunities for students to enhance their understanding of their personal philosophy regarding their role in early childhood education.
    TEPS311Belonging and Contribution (E3)18C (Hamilton) & 18C (Tauranga)
    An exploration of ways in which early childhood educators can facilitate children's sense of belonging and contribution within their social and cultural milieu. An overview of theories and research relating to the social wellbeing of young children.
    TEPS313Developing Early Childhood Programmes (E3)18C (Hamilton) & 18C (Tauranga)
    An examination of the relevant research, philosophy, and practice with a view to planning and assessing early childhood programmes in group settings for infants, toddlers, and young children.
    TEPS314Transition in the Early Years18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper provides an overview of transition theory, research and practice. The history, philosophy, curricula and practices of early childhood and the early years of school are discussed and compared. Transitions into early childhood centres, between groups and the transition to school are examined from the perspectives of the ch...
  • Prescriptions for the BTchg (Primary)

    These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Bachelor of Teaching (Primary) programme.

  • 100 Level

    TEAL120 and TEMS120 are only available to students began their programme in 2017.

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEACH101Being a Teacher in Aotearoa New Zealand18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    This paper introduces students to the skills, attitudes and values required of a teacher in Aotearoa New Zealand. It explores professional and ethical requirements for teachers and commitment to the Treaty of Waitangi.
    TEACH102Aotearoa Curriculum in Action18A (Hamilton), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper introduces students to the nature and purpose of early childhood and schooling curriculum in Aotearoa New Zealand, and to theories that shape curriculum intent, implementation and outcomes.
    TEACH110Literacy and Mathematics 118B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper introduces students to what it means to be a teacher and learner of literacy and mathematics in Aotearoa New Zealand. Students will gain an understanding of how children develop oral and written language and the importance of talk. The paper includes a focus on the understanding, competence, and critical thinking require...
    TEAL120Learning and Teaching Language and Literacy18A (Online)
    An introduction to language education in the primary school curriculum.
    TEEDU100Concepts of Learning and Teaching 118A (Hamilton), 18A (Online), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    In this paper, students will examine theories of learning, working with diverse learners and a range of innovative teaching practices.
    TEEDU101The Aotearoa New Zealand Educational Context18A (Hamilton), 18A (Online), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper examines the educational policies, ideas and processes shaping educational contexts in Aotearoa New Zealand.
    TEEDU102Learning and Development Across the Lifespan18A (Hamilton), 18A (Online), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper focuses on understanding and enhancing human development through an exploration of biological, psychological, social and cultural factors that influence patterns of development and learning over the lifespan.
    TEMS120Learning and Teaching Mathematics18C (Online)
    An introduction to the learning and teaching of mathematics in the primary school curriculum.
    TEPRO110Professional Experience 1 (Primary)18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    This paper introduces the professional role of the teacher in primary school settings. It provides opportunities for participants to gain a practical understanding of the day-to-day operation of a primary school and introduces students to the teaching role.
  • 200 Level

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEAL220Literacy Education18A (Hamilton), 18A (Tauranga) & 18C (Online)
    An introduction to current teaching theories and practices in literacy education.
    TEDE221Professional Practice 2: Practicum (P2)18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online), 18C (Tauranga), 18D (Hamilton), 18D (Online), 18D (Tauranga), 18E (Hamilton) & 18F (Hamilton)
    This module provides the opportunity for students to link theory learned in all papers with practice in the primary classroom.
    TEHD220Developing Inclusive Practices18B (Hamilton), 18B (Tauranga), 18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    This paper examines differences in the physical, cognitive, social, emotional and cultural development of children, and the ways these can be recognised, assessed and catered for.
    TEMS220Mathematics Education18A (Hamilton), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton) & 18C (Online)
    Further study of the learning and teaching of mathematics at primary/intermediate school levels.
    TEPC220Social Issues in Aotearoa/New Zealand Education18A (Hamilton), 18A (Tauranga) & 18C (Online)
    A critical analysis of processes of learning, teaching and education from a variety of historical, philosophical, political and sociological perspectives.
    TEPC224Working with Cultural/Linguistic Diversity18B (Hamilton), 18B (Tauranga), 18C (Hamilton) & 18C (Online)
    An examination of a range of teaching strategies which cater for the needs of children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, including topics such as cultural background, language acquisition, peer tutoring, first language maintenance, school policy and organisations, and parent and community involvement.
    TEPS222Professional Practice and Inquiry 2 (P2)18B (Hamilton), 18B (Tauranga) & 18C (Online)
    This paper is about learning and teaching: how children learn and how teachers take account of learning theories and assessment principles in theory and practice.
  • 300 Level

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEAL321School Literacy Programmes18B (Hamilton), 18B (Tauranga) & 18C (Online)
    A critical examination of school literacy programmes, including curriculum requirements, classroom processes, forms of assessment and partnership with parents.
    TEDE321Professional Practice 3: Practicum (P3)18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online), 18C (Tauranga), 18D (Hamilton), 18D (Online) & 18D (Tauranga)
    This module provides the opportunity for students to link theory learned in all papers with practice in the primary classroom.
    TEPS320Curriculum and Assessment: Issues and Strategies18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online), 18B (Tauranga), 18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18T (Hamilton)
    A critical analysis of curriculum and assessment practice in school and classroom settings and in the wider context of education, and their relationship to learning and teaching.
    TEPS322Professional Practice and Inquiry 3 (P3)18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    A critical analysis of ideas and issues that impact upon teachers as individuals and on teachers as a professional group. These issues may have impact at national, school and classroom levels, and for teachers as individuals they may impact on relationships with colleagues and learners; on curriculum decision-making and planning; o...
  • Prescriptions for the BTchg (Primary) Kakano Rua

    The core papers are the same as those listed for the BTchg (Primary) programme. The following four papers are available only to students enrolled in the Kakano Rua programme and are compulsory.

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEMB201Whariki Tuarua: Teaching Maori18A (Hamilton) & 18C (Block)
    This paper focuses on developing sound knowledge of the learning areas within Te Marautanga o Aotearoa (Ministry of Education, 2007) and on designing learning and teaching resources that develop Maori language proficiency to enable effective implementation of the curriculum.
    TEMB202Whariki Tuatoru: Teaching MaoriThis paper will not be taught in 2018.
    This paper will not be taught in 2018.
    TEMB220Marau Maori 2: Curriculum for Maori18B (Hamilton) & 18C (Block)
    This paper examines traditional and contemporary Maori teaching and assessment practices and explores the implications for classroom practice in Maori medium settings.
    TEMB320Marau Maori 3: Curriculum for MaoriThis paper will not be taught in 2018.
    This paper will not be taught in 2018.
  • Prescriptions for the BTchg (Primary Conjoint)

    See BTchg (Primary) for the core papers. Student must take a mix of BTchg (Primary) papers plus papers towards the second degree.

  • Prescriptions for the BTchg (Secondary Conjoint)

    These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Bachelor of Teaching (Secondary Conjoint) programme. Students must take a mix of BTchg (Secondary Conjoint) papers plus papers towards the second degree.

  • 100 Level

    Students must take TEPS172 (in Year 2), as well as two 100 level curriculum papers (one in Year 3 and one in Year 4).

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEAL141Dance Education Y7-1018Y (Hamilton)
    A study of the teaching and learning of Dance in the Intermediate/Junior Secondary context in Years 7-10. This paper is taught in conjunction with TEAL715 Secondary Curriculum: Dance Y7-10; however, assessments are differentiated.
    TEAL142Drama Education Y7-1018Y (Hamilton)
    A study of the teaching and learning of Drama for years 7-10. This paper is taught in conjunction with TEAL717 Secondary Curriculum: Drama Y7-10; however, assessments are differentiated.
    TEAL143English Education Y7-1018Y (Hamilton)
    A study of the role of English in the secondary school curriculum: strategies and issues in planning, teaching and evaluating English learning in Years 7-10. This paper is taught in conjunction with TEAL705 Secondary Curriculum: English Y7-10; however, assessments are differentiated.
    TEAL146Music Education Y7-1018Y (Hamilton)
    A study of the role of Music in the secondary school curriculum: strategies and issues in planning, teaching and evaluating Music learning in Years 7-10. This paper is taught in conjunction with TEAL709 Secondary Curriculum: Music Y7-10; however, assessments are differentiated.
    TEAL147Additional Languages Education Y7-1018Y (Online)
    This paper prepares pre-service, secondary education students to teach additional languages (other than English or Maori) in secondary school settings in Years 7-10. Students will develop a critical understanding of curriculum requirements for Years 7-10, explore several pedagogical approaches to language teaching, and become conve...
    TEDE171Professional Practice 1: Practicum (SC2)18C (Hamilton) & 18D (Hamilton)
    This paper introduces the professional role of the teacher within the school, models of professional mentoring and peer teaching, beginning to work with a class for the first time (this will include a check on basic communication and planning skills), and classroom management.
    TEEDU101The Aotearoa New Zealand Educational Context18A (Hamilton), 18A (Online), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper examines the educational policies, ideas and processes shaping educational contexts in Aotearoa New Zealand.
    TEEDU102Learning and Development Across the Lifespan18A (Hamilton), 18A (Online), 18A (Tauranga), 18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper focuses on understanding and enhancing human development through an exploration of biological, psychological, social and cultural factors that influence patterns of development and learning over the lifespan.
    TEMB140Maori Education Y7-1118A (Hamilton)
    An extensive study of teaching Te Reo Maori, Years 7-10 in composite and/or secondary schools: investigation and exploration into issues surrounding the Te Reo Maori curriculum and topics in planning, teaching and evaluation for secondary schools.
    TEMS140Mathematics Education Y7-1118Y (Hamilton)
    A study of the role of mathematics education in the secondary school curriculum: strategies and issues in planning, teaching and evaluating mathematics learning in Years 7-11.
    TEMS141Science Education A Y7-1318A (Hamilton)
    This paper is an introduction for teaching and learning science at Years 7-13 (levels 4-8 of the national science curriculum) in New Zealand schools. Detailed content is adjusted to meet students' particular needs.
    TEMS142Science Education B Y7-1318B (Hamilton)
    This paper is an advanced course for teaching and learning science at Years 7-13 (levels 4-8 of the national science curriculum) in New Zealand schools. It builds on the theoretical and pedagogical base introduced in TEMS141.
    TEMS146Technology Education Y7-1018A (Block)
    A study of the role of technology education in the secondary school curriculum: strategies and issues in planning, teaching, and evaluating technology education in Years 7-10.
    TEPC140Social Studies Education Y7-1018C (Online)
    An examination of Years 7-10 social studies in the context of the social sciences learning area of the New Zealand curriculum. Emphasis is placed on social inquiry methods, issues-based pedagogy, planning and reflection.
    TEPC143Business Studies Education Y9-1318C (Hamilton)
    This paper provides an examination of the role of business studies, enterprise studies and financial literacy in the secondary school curriculum. Pedagogy includes strategies for planning, teaching, reflecting and evaluation of business education learning in Years 9-13.
    TEPS172The Adolescent Within a School Context (SC2)18A (Hamilton)
    A study of adolescent development within the school context. This paper will focus on major aspects of adolescence, such as physical, social, and cognitive development.
    TESP147Physical Education Y7-1018C (Hamilton)
    Learning and teaching of physical education for Years 7-10.
    TESP148Health Education Y7-13This paper will not be taught in 2018.
    This paper will not be taught in 2018.
  • 200 Level

    Students must take TEPS272 (in Year 2) and TEPS273 (in Year 3), as well as one 200 level curriculum paper (in Year 4) and one 200 level Teacher Education elective paper (in Year3).

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEAL241Dance Education Y11-1318Y (Hamilton)
    A further study of teaching and learning dance in the senior secondary context Years 11-13 (NCEA focused).
    TEAL242Drama Education Y11-1318Y (Hamilton)
    Further study in the teaching and learning of drama for Years 11-13.
    TEAL243English Education Y11-1318Y (Hamilton)
    Further study in the teaching and learning of English for Years 11-13.
    TEAL245Additional Languages Education Y11-1318Y (Block)
    This paper prepares students to teach additional languages (other than English) in secondary school settings (Years 11 to 13).
    TEAL246Music Education Y11-1318Y (Hamilton)
    Further study in the teaching and learning of music for Years 11-13.
    TEAL247Media Studies Education Y11-1318Y (Online)
    A study of the role of Media Studies in a secondary school curriculum: strategies and issues in planning, teaching and evaluating Media Studies learning in Years 11-13.
    TEAL287Special Topic Y11-1318Y (Hamilton)
    Further study in the teaching and learning of the secondary school curriculum for Years 11-13.
    TEMS240Mathematics Education Y12-1318Y (Hamilton)
    Further study in the teaching and learning of mathematics for Years 12-13.
    TEMS243Physics Education Y11-1318Y (Hamilton)
    Further study in the teaching and learning of physics for Years 11-13.
    TEMS244Chemistry Education Y11-1318Y (Hamilton)
    Further study in the teaching and learning of chemistry for Years 11-13.
    TEMS245Biology Education Y11-1318Y (Hamilton)
    Further study in the teaching and learning of biology for Years 11-13.
    TEMS246Technology Education Y11-1318B (Block)
    Further study in the teaching and learning of technology for Years 11-13.
    TEMS287Special Topic Y11-1318Y (Hamilton)
    Further study in the teaching and learning of a selected area of the secondary school curriculum for Years 11-13.
    TEPC224Working with Cultural/Linguistic Diversity18B (Hamilton), 18B (Tauranga), 18C (Hamilton) & 18C (Online)
    An examination of a range of teaching strategies which cater for the needs of children from diverse cultural and linguistic backgrounds, including topics such as cultural background, language acquisition, peer tutoring, first language maintenance, school policy and organisations, and parent and community involvement.
    TEPC241History Education Y11-1318C (Hamilton)
    An examination of history conceptualized in the New Zealand curriculum, national qualifications, and in secondary classrooms. History curriculum objectives and achievement standards are examined and interpreted in light of planning processes and programme design. The paper's pedagogy encourages thinking about history's identity and...
    TEPC242Geography Education Y11-1318C (Hamilton)
    An examination of geography conceptualised in the New Zealand curriculum, national qualifications, and in secondary classrooms. Geography curriculum objectives and achievement standards are examined and interpreted in light of planning processes and programme design. The paper's pedagogy encourages thinking about geography's identi...
    TEPC243Economics Education Y11-1318C (Hamilton)
    This paper provides an examination of the role of economics in the secondary school curriculum. Pedagogy includes strategies for planning, teaching, reflecting and evaluation of economics education learning in Years 11-13.
    TEPC244Accounting Education Y11-1318C (Hamilton)
    Further study in the teaching and learning of accounting for Years 11-13.
    TEPS272Adolescence: Aspects of Learning (SC2)18B (Hamilton)
    This paper critically examines theories about learning and the roles of the adolescent learner and the teacher in that process.
    TEPS273Classroom Management for Secondary Schools (SC3)18A (Hamilton)
    A critical examination of management methodologies and theories and their relevance to the modern classroom. Practical management of teacher and student factors which create barriers to effective learning is also examined.
    TESP247Physical Education Y11-1318C (Hamilton)
    Learning and teaching of Physical Education for Years 11-13.
  • 300 Level

    Students must take TEDE371 and TEPS320, and one further 300 level Teacher Education elective paper (in Year 4).

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEDE371Professional Practice 3: Practicum (SC4)18C (Hamilton) & 18D (Hamilton)
    This paper develops classroom strategies for curriculum delivery, and from this effective classroom management, unit and programme, and resource development for secondary students.
    TEPS320Curriculum and Assessment: Issues and Strategies18B (Hamilton), 18B (Online), 18B (Tauranga), 18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18T (Hamilton)
    A critical analysis of curriculum and assessment practice in school and classroom settings and in the wider context of education, and their relationship to learning and teaching.
  • Option Papers

    In addition to the compulsory papers for each degree students may choose up to five option papers depending on their degree. Option papers may be selected from the lists below or from any other Faculty in the University.

  • 100 Level

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    DLRNG100Developing Digital Fluency18A (Online)
    This paper offers a foundation for students learning to navigate and communicate effectively through digital learning environments. It incorporates purposeful selection of technologies for learning, and digital literacy which includes being able to research, create, evaluate and apply technical skills while doing so.
    EDART100Principles and Practices of Arts Education18A (Block) & 18B (Block - Tauranga)
    This paper aims to develop students’ strength in learning and teaching selected arts disciplines in school and community settings.
    LLTED101An Introduction to Children's Literature18B (Hamilton)
    In this paper we examine children's literature from picturebook to novel; from author to illustrator; from history to modern times. The link between children's literature and education is a thread running through the course. Class members will develop a familiarity with a range of genres and concepts linking children's literature a...
    MTHED100Conceptual Understanding in Mathematics for Educators18A (Hamilton)
    This paper provides an introduction to key conceptual understandings in mathematics for educators. It explores how mathematics is best taught through conceptual understanding rather than by rote or procedural means, connections with everyday life, and effective pedagogy.
  • 200 Level

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    DLRNG200Digital Learning: Critical Perspectives and Lifelong Possibilities18A (Online)
    This paper examines educational uses of digital technologies, with an emphasis on learning through electronic networks, including social media. The paper explores evolving theoretical shifts and policy directions alongside topical issues and practical perspectives.
    EDART201Dance In Educational Contexts18S (Tauranga)
    The paper explores dance education through exposure to a range of dance skills, knowledge and teaching strategies. It embraces current dance practices through practical experiences and guided inquiry.
    LLTED201New Zealand Children's Literature18A (Online)
    This paper explores children's literature, establishing familiarity with key and emerging New Zealand writers and illustrators. Skills in visual and textual analysis are developed and there is critical reflection on the question of what makes children's literature distinctively New Zealand.
    MAOED221Curriculum Maori Part 218A (Hamilton) & 18C (Online)
    A study of approaches to the teaching and learning of te reo Maori and tikanga Maori in mainstream and partial or immersion learning programmes. This paper also provides students with the opportunity to further develop their knowledge of te reo Maori and to examine ways of integrating te reo and tikanga Maori inside the classroom.
    TEAL228Learning and Teaching the Arts 218A (Hamilton)
    This paper will give students the opportunity to study in two of the four arts disciplines of dance, drama, music and visual arts. It continues the study of Arts education in the primary school with an emphasis on planning and implementing the programmes that reflect modern practice and the aims of the Arts curriculum.
    TEMS221Classroom Perspectives in Science Education18A (Hamilton)
    An advanced paper in science teaching and learning at primary and intermediate school level. Preparation, both philosophically and in terms of resources, for the delivery of quality science programmes in the first two years of teaching.
  • 300 Level

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    ALED324Dyslexia18C (Block)
    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...
    TEAL387Special Topic18Y (Hamilton)
    An investigation into a selected area of the secondary school curriculum.
    TEMB321Curriculum Maori Part 318C (Online)
    This paper will critically examine the teaching and learning of te reo me nga tikanga (Maori language and customs) in bilingual educational contexts. There will also a particular emphasis on extending students' understanding and proficiency with second language teaching methodology for learning and teaching of te reo me nga tikanga...
    TEMS322Current Issues in Teaching and Learning Mathematics18B (Online)
    This paper builds on and consolidates subject and pedagogical content knowledge in mathematics. It addresses issues such as communication, use of technology, diverse learners, and assessment to extend understanding of children's learning.
    TEMS324Numeracy in the Classroom18C (Block), 18C (Hamilton) & 18C (Tauranga)
    This paper focuses on international mathematics education reform approaches to the teaching of mathematics/numeracy. It provides a critical analysis of theoretical issues underpinning the teaching and learning of mathematics, and makes connections between the current curriculum document, the mathematics standards, and the New Zeala...
    TEMS340Technological Knowledge18A (Online)
    This paper combines with TEMS341 to give technology educators a deeper understanding of technology to empower their teaching programmes.
    TEMS341Technological Practice18B (Online)
    This paper combines with TEMS340 to give technology educators a deeper understanding of technology to empower their teaching programmes.
    TEPC320Social Studies: New DirectionsThis paper will not be taught in 2018.
    This paper will not be taught in 2018.
    TEPS323Curriculum Integration18B (Hamilton) & 18B (Tauranga)
    A critical analysis of integrated curriculum approaches to learning and teaching in school and classroom settings. Providing a range of opportunities for the application of theory to practice, the paper links to every paper related to teaching in the BTchg (Primary) degree.
  • Prescriptions for the GradDipT (Early Childhood)

    This is a one year professional qualification consisting of compulsory professional education and curriculum teaching papers, and includes three teaching practicum. Three kaupapa Maori papers may be taken as an alternative to three mainstream papers.

    These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Early Childhood) programme.

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEDE751Professional Practice 1: Practicum (EG1)18C (Online) & 18D (Online)
    This paper introduces students to teaching, learning, and the curriculum.
    TEDE752Professional Practice 2: Practicum (EG1)18C (Online) & 18D (Online)
    This paper provides the opportunity for students to link theory learned in all papers with practice in the early childhood service.
    TEDE753Professional Practice 3: Practicum (EG1)18C (Online) & 18D (Online)
    This paper provides opportunities for students to enhance their understanding of their personal philosophy regarding their role in early childhood education.
    TEPS751Professional and Ethical Inquiry 1: The Treaty of Waitangi in Early Childhood Education18S (Block)
    This paper is the first in a series that is designed to support students' growth as practitioners in the area of professional and ethical inquiry. It aims to include an appreciation of the significance of the Treaty of Waitangi to students' roles as early childhood educators. Discussions of the Treaty will encourage reflection on s...
    TEPS752Professional and Ethical Inquiry 2: Inclusive Education18C (Block)
    This paper is the second in a series that is designed to support students' growth as practitioners in the area of professional and ethical inquiry. It includes advocacy equity and social justice in relation to inclusive education in early childhood settings. This paper is designed to examine the notion of 'inclusion' in Aotearoa/Ne...
    TEPS753Professional and Ethical Inquiry 3: Transition to School18B (Online)
    This paper is the third in a series that is designed to support students' growth as practitioners in the area of professional and ethical inquiry. It includes advocacy, equity and children's rights in relation to transition to school. The paper is designed to examine the coherence of curriculum across early childhood and school, an...
    TEPS754Listening to Culture18C (Block)
    The purpose of this paper is to honour the indigenous culture of Aotearoa/New Zealand and to recognise the centrality of culture to all children's learning through equitable cultural representation within early childhood services.
    TEPS755Learning and Development in the Early Years18C (Block)
    This paper will introduce students to the Early Childhood curriculum 'Te Whariki' and a range of developmental theories. These theories will be explored and applied to children's development and wellbeing within the diverse early childhood settings.
    TEPS756Play and Creativity in the Curriculum18C (Block)
    An examination of the key rationales for particular theoretical frameworks and practices around exploration of learning through play and creativity.
    TEPS757Communities of Learners18B (Online)
    An examination of some key theories and practices associated with Belonging-Mana Whenua (children and families' feelings of belonging) and Contribution-Mana Tangata (opportunities for learning are equitable and each child's contribution is valued). In particular, the paper looks at the socio-cultural context of learning.
    TEPS758Multiple Literacies18B (Online)
    An examination of the role of adults in empowering children, especially through language, problem-solving, and developing working theories to make sense of the world.
    TEPS759Te Whariki in Action18B (Online)
    An investigation of theories and research on key learning outcomes for children and issues of evaluation and assessment, with the early childhood curriculum in mind.
  • Prescriptions for the GradDipT (Primary)

    This is a professional qualification involving one year of intensive study. It prepares students to teach in all curriculum areas and to develop professional understanding about teaching and learning. The programme includes three teaching practicum.

    These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Primary) programme.

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEAL761Education in the Arts18A (Hamilton), 18B (Block) & 18C (Block)
    The teaching and learning of dance, drama, music and the visual arts in the primary school curriculum.
    TEAL762English Education18C (Block) & 18C (Hamilton)
    An introduction to current major approaches to literacy education.
    TEDE764Professional Practice 1: Practicum (PG1)18C (Block), 18C (Hamilton) & 18D (Hamilton)
    This paper introduces students to teaching, learning, and the curriculum.
    TEDE765Professional Practice 2: Practicum (PG1)18C (Block), 18C (Hamilton) & 18D (Hamilton)
    This paper provides the opportunity for students to link theory learned in all papers with practice in the primary classroom.
    TEDE766Professional Practice 3: Practicum (PG1)18C (Block), 18C (Hamilton) & 18D (Hamilton)
    This paper provides the opportunity for students to link theory learned in all papers with practice in the primary classroom.
    TEMS762Mathematics Education18Y (Block) & 18Y (Hamilton)
    A study of the teaching and learning of mathematics at the primary/intermediate school levels.
    TEMS763Science Education18A (Block) & 18B (Hamilton)
    This paper examines Science Education in the primary school curriculum.
    TEMS764Technology Education18A (Block) & 18B (Hamilton)
    This paper examines Technology Education in the primary school curriculum.
    TEPC762Social Studies Education18A (Block) & 18A (Hamilton)
    This paper examines Social Studies in the primary school curriculum
    TEPC763Maori Education18A (Block) & 18A (Hamilton)
    This paper examines Maori in the primary school curriculum.
    TEPS761Professional Practice and Inquiry 1: Teaching, Learning and the Inclusive Curriculum18S (Block) & 18S (Hamilton)
    This paper introduces students to teaching, learning, and the curriculum. It examines what governs and guides teachers' practice and the implications for meeting a wide range of children's needs.
    TEPS762Professional Practice and Inquiry 2: From Theory to Practice in Learning, Teaching and Assessment18A (Block) & 18A (Hamilton)
    A study of how children learn and how teachers take account of learning theories and assessment in theory and practice.
    TEPS763Professional Practice and Inquiry 3: Teaching and Education Reform in New Zealand18B (Block), 18B (Hamilton) & 18C (Block)
    A critical analysis of educational policies and practices which impact upon schooling and beginning teachers.
    TESP762Health and Physical Education18B (Block), 18B (Hamilton) & 18C (Block)
    A study of the teaching and learning of health and physical education at the primary/intermediate school levels.
  • Prescriptions for the GradDipT (Secondary)

    This is a one year professional qualification comprising papers examining issues related to teaching and the curriculum, learners and learning, and the professional issues facing teachers in classroom, school and community situations. It also includes papers in teaching specific curriculum subjects and two practicum.

    These papers are only available to students who have been selected for the Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Secondary) programme.

  • Core papers

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEDE701Professional Practice 118C (Hamilton), 18C (Online), 18C (Tauranga), 18D (Hamilton), 18D (Online) & 18D (Tauranga)
    This paper introduces the professional role of the teacher within the secondary school, by beginning work with a class for the first time (this will include a check on basic communication and planning skills), and classroom management.
    TEDE702Professional Practice 218C (Hamilton), 18C (Online), 18C (Tauranga), 18D (Hamilton), 18D (Online) & 18D (Tauranga)
    This paper develops unit and programme planning; management strategies for the classroom; school and career path decision making; building a Curriculum Vitae; applying for positions, interviewing and job offers.
    TEPS703Teaching, Learning and the Curriculum 118C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    This paper, together with TEPS704, expands frames of reference to look at broader social, cultural, political and economic forces that profoundly influence education, together with an exploration of both teacher and learner identities and aspirations. These ideas form three strands in each of the two papers - the teacher and teachi...
    TEPS704Teaching, Learning and the Curriculum 218C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    This paper, together with TEPS703, expands frames of reference to look at broader social, cultural, political and economic forces that profoundly influence education, together with an exploration of both teacher and learner identities and aspirations. These ideas form three strands in each of the two papers - the teacher and teachi...
    TEPS735Professional Issues for Secondary Classrooms18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    This paper introduces a number of the professional obligations and responsibilities of educators. These include examining the Treaty of Waitangi and designing practices to best meet the needs of Maori learners; engaging pedagogy and information and communication technologies to create responsive and interactive learning environment...
  • A further three papers from the list below contingent on entry degree

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEAL705Secondary Curriculum: English Y7-1018C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    The learning and teaching of English for Years 7 to 10.
    TEAL706Secondary Curriculum: English Y11-1318C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    The learning and teaching of English for Years 11 to 13.
    TEAL707Secondary Curriculum: Art Y7-1018C (Hamilton)
    The learning and teaching of Art for Years 7 to 10.
    TEAL708Secondary Curriculum: Art Y11-1318C (Hamilton)
    The learning and teaching of Art for Years 11 to 13.
    TEAL709Secondary Curriculum: Music Y7-1018C (Hamilton)
    The learning and teaching of Music for Years 7 to 10.
    TEAL710Secondary Curriculum: Music Y11-1318C (Hamilton)
    The learning and teaching of Music for Years 11 to 13.
    TEAL715Secondary Curriculum: Dance Y7-1018C (Hamilton)
    The learning and teaching of Dance in the intermediate/lower secondary school context in Years 7-10.
    TEAL716Secondary Curriculum: Dance Y11-1318C (Hamilton)
    The learning and teaching of Dance in the senior secondary school context in Years 11-13.
    TEAL717Secondary Curriculum: Drama Y7-1018C (Hamilton)
    The learning and teaching of Drama in the intermediate/junior secondary school context in Years 7-10.
    TEAL718Secondary Curriculum: Drama Y11-1318C (Hamilton)
    A study of the teaching and learning of Drama in the senior secondary school context in Years 11-13, with particular emphasis on preparing students for success at NCEA levels 1-3.
    TEAL719Secondary Curriculum: Additional Languages Y7-1018C (Online)
    This paper prepares pre-service, secondary education students to teach additional languages (other than English) in secondary school settings in Years 7-10. Students will develop a critical understanding of curriculum requirements for Years 7-10, explore several pedagogical approaches to language teaching, and become conversant wit...
    TEAL720Secondary Curriculum: Additional Languages Y11-1318C (Block)
    This paper prepares pre-service secondary education students to teach additional languages (other than English) in secondary school settings in Years 11-13.
    TEAL721Secondary Curriculum: Media Studies Y11-1318C (Online)
    A study of the role of Media Studies in a secondary school curriculum: strategies and issues in planning, teaching and evaluating Media Studies learning in Years 11-13.
    TEAL787Special Topic18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    An investigation into a selected area of the secondary school curriculum.
    TEMB713Secondary Curriculum: Maori Y7-1018C (Block) & 18C (Hamilton)
    An extensive study of teaching Te Reo Maori, Years 7-10 in composite and/or secondary schools: investigation and exploration into issues surrounding the Te Reo Maori curriculum and topics in planning, teaching and evaluation for secondary schools.
    TEMB714Secondary Curriculum: Maori Y11-1318C (Block) & 18C (Hamilton)
    Ma tenei mahi ka taea e nga akonga te whakaako i roto i te reo Maori ki nga tamariki kei roto i nga karaehe rumaki, nga karaehe reo rua me nga karaehe o te kura auraki.
    TEMS724Secondary Curriculum: Mathematics Y7-1118C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    An investigation of learning and teaching mathematics at the Years 7 to 11 levels, with a focus on years 9 to 11.
    TEMS725Secondary Curriculum: Mathematics Y12-1318C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    An investigation of learning and teaching mathematics at Years 12-13, including a consideration of alternative papers and other curriculum innovations.
    TEMS726Secondary Curriculum: Science A Y7-1318C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    This paper is an introduction for teaching and learning science at Years 7-13 (levels 4-8 of the national science curriculum) in New Zealand schools. Detailed content is adjusted to meet students' particular needs.
    TEMS727Secondary Curriculum: Science B Y7-1318B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    This paper examines strategies for teaching and learning science at levels 4-8 of the New Zealand Curriculum with an emphasis on developing a functional knowledge of the Nature of Science and providing foundations for the development of scientific literacy. Detailed content is adjusted to meet students' particular needs.
    TEMS728Secondary Curriculum: Physics Y11-1318C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    A paper in Physics teaching and learning for Years 11-13 in secondary schools.
    TEMS729Secondary Curriculum: Chemistry Y11-1318C (Hamilton) & 18C (Tauranga)
    A paper in Chemistry teaching and learning for Years 11-13 in secondary schools.
    TEMS730Secondary Curriculum: Biology Y11-1318C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    A paper in Biology teaching and learning for Years 11-13 level in secondary schools.
    TEMS733Secondary Curriculum: Technology Education Y7-1018C (Hamilton), 18C (Online) & 18C (Tauranga)
    The learning and teaching of Technology for Years 7-10.
    TEMS734Secondary Curriculum: Technology Education Y11-1318B (Hamilton), 18B (Online) & 18B (Tauranga)
    The learning and teaching of Technology for Years 11-13.
    TEMS787Special Topic18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online), 18C (Tauranga) & 18D (Online)
    An investigation into a selected area of the secondary school curriculum.
    TEPC715Secondary Curriculum: Social Studies Y7-1118C (Hamilton) & 18C (Online)
    An examination of Years 7-11 social studies in the context of social studies in the New Zealand curriculum. Emphasis is placed on planning processes and pedagogy that invite critical thinking about the nature and purpose of social studies in the curriculum, and reflective practice.
    TEPC716Secondary Curriculum: History Y11-1318C (Hamilton) & 18C (Tauranga)
    An examination of history conceptualized in the New Zealand curriculum, national qualifications, and in secondary classrooms. History curriculum objectives and achievement standards are examined and interpreted in light of planning processes and programme design. The paper's pedagogy encourages thinking about history's identity and...
    TEPC717Secondary Curriculum: Geography Y11-1318C (Hamilton) & 18C (Online)
    An examination of geography conceptualised in the New Zealand curriculum, national qualifications, and in secondary classrooms. Geography curriculum objectives and achievement standards are examined and interpreted in light of planning processes and programme design. The paper's pedagogy encourages thinking about geography's identi...
    TEPC721Secondary Curriculum: Accounting Y11-1318C (Hamilton) & 18C (Online)
    The learning and teaching of Accounting for Years 11-13.
    TEPC722Secondary Curriculum: Business Studies Y9-1318C (Hamilton) & 18C (Online)
    This paper provides an examination of the role of business studies, enterpirse studies and financial literacy in the secondary school curriculum. Pedagogy includes strategies for planning, teaching, reflecting and evaluation of business education learning in Years 9-13.
    TEPC723Secondary Curriculum: Economics Y11-1318C (Hamilton) & 18C (Online)
    This paper provides an examination of the role of economics in the secondary school curriculum. Pedagogy includes strategies for planning, teaching, reflecting and evaluation of economics education learning in Years 11-13.
    TEPC787Secondary Curriculum: Social Sciences Y11-1318C (Online)
    Senior secondary school Social Sciences (Y11-13) as evidence-based inquiry.
    TEPS787Special Topic18C (Hamilton), 18C (Online), 18C (Tauranga) & 18D (Online)
    An investigation into a selected area of secondary school pedagogy in consultation with the Director, Centre for Teacher Education.
    TESP718Secondary Curriculum: Physical Education Y7-1018C (Hamilton) & 18C (Tauranga)
    The learning and teaching of Physical Education for Years 7-10.
    TESP719Secondary Curriculum: Physical Education Y11-1318C (Hamilton) & 18C (Tauranga)
    Teaching and learning of physical education for years 11-13.
    TESP720Secondary Curriculum: Health Y7-1318C (Hamilton) & 18C (Tauranga)
    The learning and teaching of health education for Years 7-13.
    TESP787Special TopicThis paper will not be taught in 2018.
    This paper will not be taught in 2018.
  • Prescriptions for the BTchg(Hons)

    The BTchg(Hons) aims to enrich professional preparation through in-depth studies of aspects of education. It is available for students or teachers who have completed the BTchg or equivalent and who have attained a minimum GPA of B+ in their third year papers.

    The BTchg(Hons) is equivalent to one years' full-time study. It may be completed part-time.

    To complete a BTchg(Hons), students must take 120 points at 500 level, including 60 points taken from the list of papers for the Master of Education (under the subject Education), DSOE556 Research Methods for Teachers, and an independent study of at least 30 points.

  • Prescriptions for the MTchgLn

    The Master of Teaching and Learning is an intensive one-year programme comprising 180 points at 500 level that prepares primary, secondary, or Maori medium teachers.

    Code Paper Title Occurrence / Location
    TEDE513The New Zealand Curriculum 1 (Primary)18C (Hamilton)
    This paper focuses on the purpose, design, and delivery of The New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads to provisional registration as a teacher in New Zealand.
    TEDE514The New Zealand Curriculum 2 (Primary)18C (Hamilton)
    This paper extends on the paper TEDE513 The New Zealand Curriculum 1 and focuses on the design, delivery and assessment of classroom programmes informed by the New Zealand Curriculum, and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads to provisional registration as a teacher ...
    TEDE515Evidence-based Inquiry (Primary)18C (Hamilton)
    This paper focuses on research methods and designing evidence-based learning interventions and teaching strategies for diverse learners in New Zealand classrooms. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads to provisional registration as a teacher in New Zealand.
    TEDE516Extended Evidence-based Inquiry (Primary)18C (Hamilton)
    This paper extends evidence-based inquiry approaches for teaching and learning in New Zealand classrooms with a focus on engaging diverse learners, Te Reo Maori nga Tikanga-a-Iwi, and pedagogically informed use of ICT. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads to provisional registration as a tea...
    TEDE523The New Zealand Curriculum 1 (Secondary)18C (Hamilton)
    This paper focuses on the purpose, design, and delivery of The New Zealand Curriculum and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads to provisional registration as a teacher in New Zealand.
    TEDE524The New Zealand Curriculum 2 (Secondary)18C (Hamilton)
    This paper extends on the paper TEDE523 The New Zealand Curriculum 1 and focuses on the design, delivery and assessment of classroom programmes informed by the New Zealand Curriculum, and Te Marautanga o Aotearoa. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads to provisional registration as a teacher ...
    TEDE525Evidence-based Inquiry (Secondary)18C (Hamilton)
    This paper focuses on research methods and designing evidence-based learning interventions and teaching strategies for diverse learners in New Zealand classrooms. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads to provisional registration as a teacher in New Zealand.
    TEDE526Extended Evidence-based Inquiry (Secondary)18C (Hamilton)
    This paper extends evidence-based inquiry approaches for teaching and learning in New Zealand classrooms with a focus on engaging diverse learners, Te Reo Maori nga Tikanga-a-Iwi, and pedagogically informed use of ICT. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads to provisional registration as a tea...
    TEDE531Teaching in the New Zealand Context18C (Hamilton)
    This paper introduces New Zealand educational and schooling contexts, learning theories, and pedagogical approaches. The paper focuses on teacher identities and provides opportunities for a critical examination of assumptions about teaching and learning. This is a compulsory paper for the Master of Teaching and Learning that leads ...
    TEDE532Diversity and Inclusion18C (Hamilton)
    This paper focuses on pedagogical approaches that value culture, diversity and identity. A particular focus will be on engagement with priority learners: Maori, Pasifika, and learners with special needs. This is a compulsory paper for the Masters of Teaching and Learning that lead to provisional registration as a teacher
    TEDE541Nga ahuatanga o nga kura reo Maori18S (Hamilton)
    No description available.
    TEDE542Te kaupapa rangahau pakirehua18C (Hamilton)
    Ka arohia nga rangahau matauranga ko te tirohanga Maori te tuapapa. Ka torotoro take e pa ana ki te mahi rangahau i roto i nga kura arareo Maori.
    TEDE543Te puawaitanga o te reo18C (Hamilton)
    Ka whakawhanake i nga pukenga reo Maori hei hapai i nga tukanga whakaako, hei tautoko i nga aria whakaako totika i roto i te kaupapa arareo Maori.
    TEDE544Marau 1 (kura tuatahi)18C (Hamilton)
    Ka tirohia nga whakahaere marau i roto i nga kura tuatahi kaupapa arareo Maori.
    TEDE545Marau 1 (Wharekura)18C (Hamilton)
    No description available.
    TEDE546Marau 2 & Pakirehua (kura tuatahi)18C (Hamilton)
    No description available.
    TEDE547Marau 2 & Pakirehua (Wharekura)18C (Hamilton)
    Ka whakawhanui i te tirohanga o pepa XXX (Marau 1 kura tuarua) ki nga whakahaere marau i roto i nga kura tuarua kaupapa arareo Maori.
    TEDE548Marau 3 & Pakirehua (kura tuatahi)18C (Hamilton)
    Ka whakawhanui i te tirohanga o pepa XXX (Marau 1 kura tuatahi) ki nga whakahaere marau me te hurihanga whakaako pakirehua i roto i nga kura tuatahi kaupapa arareo Maori.
    TEDE549Marau 3 & Pakirehua (Wharekura)18C (Hamilton)
    Ka whakawhanui i te tirohanga o pepa XXX (Marau 2 kura tuarua) ki nga whakahaere marau me te hurihanga whakaako pakirehua i roto i nga kura tuarua kaupapa arareo Maori.

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