Ako Aotearoa leads New Zealand's tertiary sector in building educational capability for learner success.
Gain a better understanding of the bicultural nature of Aotearoa New Zealand and what Te Tiriti means for tertiary practitioners and educators.
Gain greater understanding of Pacific perspectives and explore a newly developed tool for a range of strategies and resources to assist you with more meaningful engagement with your Pasifika learners.
Changes to Ako Aotearoa’s project funding bring sharper focus on priority areas in tertiary education
Ako Aotearoa are making some changes to project funding that we hope will increase the level of participation from under-represented parts of the tertiary education sector.
This resource is intended for use in field and classroom settings and includes comments from field educators and students on their experience of conducting research in a placement setting.
(YouTube, 3.38 mins, 720p).
News, Success Story
Faumuina Associate Professor Fa’afetai Sopoaga, from the Division of Health Sciences at University of Otago, has received the Prime Minister’s Supreme Award at the national Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony at parliament tonight.
Launched at the Pacific Tertiary Education Forum this week, the innovative Pasifika Success Indicators (PSI) ‘Turtle’ has been developed as the result of Pacific tertiary students being asked one key question – “What does success mean to you?”
tertiary resources in our Knowledge Centre
active research projects
professional development events this year
co-funding opportunities and partnerships