Want to become a primary or intermediate teacher? Develop the skills to work effectively with Pacific primary or intermediate students.
The Bachelor of Education (Primary Pasifika Teaching) is designed for students of all backgrounds who want to work with Pacific children, bringing an understanding of Pacific perspectives to the New Zealand curriculum.
This is part of the Bachelor of Education ([Specialty] Teaching).
In support of the Treaty of Waitangi, AUT offers zero fees te reo Māori papers that can be taken as part of a Bachelor of Education at AUT.
All students need to complete a number of teaching placements in a diverse range of practicum settings (as prescribed by the Teaching Council). During your placements you work with children between 5 and 12 years in a variety of Pacific primary or intermediate school settings.
This workplace experience helps you become an effective, responsive and reflective teacher and achieve the Teaching Council Graduating Teacher Standards.
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The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.