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

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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’.

  • Rethinking the English effect

    When English becomes the global language of education we risk losing other, often better, ways of learning, write Professor Stephen Dobson and Muhammad Zuhdi.

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    Research leaders convene virtual conference series

    As COVID-19 hit, conferences were cancelled worldwide. Knowing how essential they are to academic collaboration, the Associate Deans of Research from New Zealand universities decided to do something about it.

  • Trans-Tasman education leadership opportunities

    A new agreement between the Education Faculty of Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington and Australian professional leadership institute QELi may see the University begin to provide professional learning and development to educational leaders across New Zealand.