Faculty of Education
Business, employers and community
Businesses, employers and members of the public interact with the Faculty of Education in a number of ways. This page describes ways we engage with our communities.
Team Solutions is an education unit providing professional development programmes for schools and educators. Our experienced facilitators work in partnership with schools to provide a wide range of in-depth professional development programmes and professional development consultancies. View the Team Solutions website at www.teamsolutions.ac.nz.
Kohia Education Centre
Kohia Education Centre provides professional development courses and programmes for teachers, parents, teacher aides and students in early childhood centres, primary, intermediate and secondary schools. Kohia has a retail shop stocked with the latest educational texts and resources. To view courses and purchase resources online visit the Kohia Education Centre website at www.kohia.auckland.ac.nz.
Reading Recovery is a literacy intervention which provides individual instruction in reading and writing for children who are making slower than expected progress after one year of schooling.
The Faculty of Education Reading Recovery Tutors in Auckland and Tai Tokerau provide initial training for teachers of Reading Recovery and ongoing professional development support for trained Reading Recovery teachers and schools throughout the region. For more information visit the National Reading Recovery website www.readingrecovery.ac.nz.
The faculty is committed to improving the quality and understanding of education in New Zealand, and internationally, through its teaching and research. In a field as important as education it is critical that practice is informed by research and by evidence drawn from the work of our own staff and from the national and international literature.
To support the continued advancement of this work, the faculty is seeking support from potential donors in the areas of educational leadership, enhancing the quality of teaching, and teacher supply. Further details are included in Leading the Way in High Quality Teaching.
To make a donation visit the Giving to Auckland website.