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Ako Explored – Six principles for enhancing learner outcomes in tertiary education

Supporting learners, Educational outcomes, Learning designs and teaching strategies
Published: 24 October 2023

ISBN 978-0-473-69485-2 (Print)

This report outlines principles and practices designed to enhance teaching and leadership in tertiary education, serving as a versatile resource for educators, teams, professional developers, advisors, and tertiary education institutions.

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Ako Explored – Six principles for enhancing learner outcomes in tertiary education

Ako Explored addresses the urgent and persistent need to improve learning and teaching in the tertiary sector in Aotearoa. It outlines six principles and indicative practices directly applicable to educators across this diverse sector.

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