Becoming effective teachers for under 25 students: A model for professional development decision making. Judith Honeyfield - Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Dr. Vaughan Bidois – Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi Other team members: Dr. Lesley Petersen - Eastern Institute of Technology
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Becoming effective teachers for under 25 students: A model for professional development decision making
Judith Honeyfield - Bay of Plenty Polytechnic
Dr.Vaughan Bidois – Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi
Other team members:
Dr. Lesley Petersen - Eastern Institute of Technology
Mike Crossan - Wintec,
Liz Fitchett, Helen van Toor & Leonie Nicholls - Waiariki Institute of Technology
The Tertiary Education Strategy (TES) calls for better performance from the tertiary education sector including raising achievement and progression for all students under 25 and for the Māori and Pasifika students.
A study undertaken at the Eastern Institute of Technology in 2013, investigated teacher professional development for youth, Maori and Pacific students, found that there is no evidence-based model that guides professional development decision-making for teachers of this student cohort.
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