Keep up to date with the latest news from the Wellington Faculty of Education.

  • Faculty research grants

    A new Faculty Strategic Research Fund has funded five projects from the Wellington Faculty of Education.

  • PhD graduate’s career weaves together technology, teaching, and poetry

    Creative Writing PhD graduate Dr Ben Egerton is a poet and a teaching lecturer in primary Digital Technology and English at the Wellington Faculty of Education. We find out from Ben how he has successfully woven these three hugely contrasting spheres—technology, poetry, and primary teaching—into a working career.

  • Dancing into maths learning

    Sinapi Taeao loves the traditional Samoan dance sāsā. And she loves teaching maths. So when she began her Master of Education at Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington, it just took a hint from her supervisor Associate Professor Robin Averill to help her connect the dots.

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    Let’s follow Wales’ lead in language regeneration

    Dr Mere Skerrett wonders why, as one of Aotearoa New Zealand’s official languages, te reo Māori gets only one focal week, as she ponders the likelihood England would have an ‘English Language Week’ or Germany a ‘German Language Week’.