PAE TIAKI

Tiaki means to care for in a protective manner and to provide guardianship. Understood in the context of learning and teaching, kaitiakitanga expands the meaning of tiaki to encompass not only care for our students, but also our guardianship and stewardship of knowledge. Kaitiakitanga, therefore, enables positive student experiences, development and success.

How our values inform our practice

NGĀ UARA WHAKAHAERE

 
Glossary of terms

We are guardians and stewards of knowledge to enable positive student experiences, development and success.

ACTION 4:

We will ensure that our courses and qualifications are coherent and holistically designed, with input from students and stakeholders, especially tangata whenua.

Supporting plan

MAHERE TAUTOKO
Consult and collaborate in partnership with Māori to guide our course and programme development.

Responsibility

  • Deputy Vice-Chancellor Māori
  • Academic Committee
  • College Deputy Pro Vice-Chancellor
  • Head of School
  • College Director Teaching and Learning

Milestone

  • By end 2020

 


Ensure courses and programmes are coherent, well-integrated and well-aligned, as appropriate for a research-led university.

Responsibility

  • Office of the Provost
  • Academic Committee
  • College Pro Vice-Chancellor
  • Dean, Research

Milestone

  • By end 2020

 


Create authentic and relevant assessment tasks that enable students to demonstrate their learning and achievement.

Responsibility

  • Teaching staff
  • College Director Teaching and Learning
  • Academic Committee

Milestone

  • By end 2020