Anyone who wants to teach Pasifika children, either in mainstream settings or in Pasifika early childhood centres, will be extremely well prepared through studying this degree.
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Programme code: AK1003
Duration: 3 years full-time/6 years part-time
Venue: Manukau Campus
Start date: 4 March 2013
The programme has a strong themed approach to preparing teachers in 3 particular areas which are introduced in Year 1 and revisited in Years 2 and 3 in increasing depth and complexity.
These are the Poto: Professional Inquiry and Practice papers (which include a 3-5 week practicum teaching experience each semester), the Ako mo e 'ilo: Curriculum papers and the KoloaAotearoa: Indigenous and Migrant Education papers. In addition, papers specific to early childhood practice are included in the programme.
295401 Poto: Professional Inquiry and Practice I
295402 Poto: Professional Inquiry and Practice II
295403 Ako mo e 'Ilo I: ECE Curriculum I
295404 KoloaAotearoa: Indigenous and Migrant Education I
295405 Fonua I: Human Development
295406 Mo'uiMāfana: Health and Safety in Early Childhood Education
295407 Tupu'anga: Historical Perspectives in Early Childhood Education
296401 Poto'i: Professional Practice, Teaching and Inquiry III
296402 Poto'i: Professional Inquiry and Practice IV
296403 Ako mo e 'Ilo: ECE Curriculum II
296404 FakakoloaAotearoa: Indigenous and Migrant Education II
296405 Fonua II: Human Development
296406 Kāinga: ECE, Families and Communities
296407 Tatala: Governance and Management in Early Childhood Education
297401 Fakapotopoto: Professional Inquiry and Practice V
297402 Fakapotopoto: Professional Inquiry and Practice VI
297403 Fakaako mo e faka'ilo III: Early Childhood Education Curriculum III
297404 Koloa'iaAotearoa: Indigenous and Migrant Education III
297405 'Etau Ngāahi Lea: Our Languages
297406 Toutai: Research Methodologies
In support of the Treaty of Waitangi, AUT offers Nil Fee Te Reo Māori papers that can be taken as part of a Bachelor of Education at AUT.