PAE MĀTAU

Mātau means to be adept, knowledgeable, and competent. In the learning and teaching context, it reflects the expertise and wisdom underpinning the content and design of our curricula and pedagogies and how we encourage our students to aspire to excellence in their fields.

How our values inform our practice

NGĀ UARA WHAKAHAERE

 
Glossary of terms

We aspire to excellence in our teaching in order to inspire our students to in turn become experts.

ACTION 9:

We will develop expert educators across all fields, through recruitment, well-resourced and tailored professional development and support, and systems of reward and recognition.

Supporting plan

MAHERE TAUTOKO
Recruit, retain, develop, and promote high quality educators for all of our teaching.

Responsibility

  • Office of the Provost
  • College Pro Vice-Chancellor
  • People and Culture
  • Dean, Academic

Milestone

  • By end of 2020
  • Ongoing

 


Invest in a new integrated programme of staff professional development and support that is:
  • Te Tiriti o Waitangi-led
  • Relevant – non-generic and targeted towards the specificities of our programmes.
  • Purposeful – project-based, folded into the real work staff are doing.
  • Integrative – emphasises knowing, doing, and being.
  • Wrap-around – includes induction, regular targeted development opportunities, and ongoing coaching support.
  • Valued and recognised – included in staff workload, performance and development plans and promotion criteria.

Responsibility

  • Head of School
  • National Centre for Teaching and Learning
  • People and Culture
  • Director, Digital Innovation
  • Deputy Vice-Chancellor Māori

Milestone

  • By end 2020

 


Ensure line managers support teaching and learning quality and innovation through resource planning and performance development plans (PDPs).

Responsibility

  • College Pro Vice-Chancellor
  • College Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor
  • Head of School
  • People and Culture

Milestone

  • By end 2020