Everyone has an opinion about education, but students of the discipline gain indepth knowledge based on extensive research.
Our core first-year course explores the mechanisms and politics of learning from both individual and systemic perspectives.
Olympian and Education student Angie says her favourite course allowed her to put theory into practice at a kindergarten.
Netsy helped migrants adjust to life in New Zealand while gaining some unexpected insights into how learning works.
Gaining practical experience and improving the learning outcomes of local school students gave Katie certainty about her career.
Their Ngai Tahu internship pushed April and Kiri to their physical limits and provided a life-changing sense of connection and direction.
Presented by Associate Professor Mere Berryman from the University of Waikato.
Presented by Senior Scholar Award winner Emeritus Professor Keith Ballard, from the University of Otago.
Associate Professor Umesh Sharma from Monash University, Australia, investigator in the Pacific Indicators for Disability Inclusive Education Project.
Presented by UC's Associate Professor Kathleen Quinlivan, Dr Lois Tonkin and Shanee Barraclough, and Auckland's Professor Margaret Wetherell.
Contributors at the 2015 Symposium on Education, Social Justice and Community Engagment discuss and critique engagement in education.
This seminar explores the Inside Out - We All Belong initiative, which supports sex, gender, and sexuality diversity among young people.
This interdisciplinary seminar series brings together a diverse range of panellists from the health and education sectors.
Local students join UC's Kathleen Quinlivan and Auckland's Katie Fitzpatrick to discuss the new sexuality education curriculum.
Professor Lindsey Conner explores recent trends in education internationally, including OECD project findings.
Part two of the 2015 Symposium on Education, Social Justice and Community Engagment.
Professor Antonia Darder from Loyola Marymount University addresses classroom politics.
Robert Tobias reviews the history of adult and community education since the 1970s.
Dr Kristine Black-Hawkins, from Cambridge University, explores ways to bridge the theory-practice gap.
Professor Susan Gabel illustrates the ways in which discourses of inclusion can silence mothers of children with disabilities.
Professor Todd Fletcher, from the University of Arizona, examines inclusive education in Latin America.
Liz Gordon examines the effects of social inequality on different groups and on society as whole.
Associate Professor Billy O’Steen asks who is responsible for educating students to be active participants in their communities.
Dr Anna Wilson explores the role of neuroscience in education and the latest findings in the educational neuroscience field.