TEFANZ Conference 2006
Dunedin College of Education, 3-5 July
Conference theme: Teacher education at the cutting edge.
Convenor: Anna Marsich, Dunedin College of Education.
Professor Kari Smith, University of Bergen, Norway. Functions of assessment in teacher education.
Dr Garry Hoban, The University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia. The dynamics of quality in teacher education programs.
The Hon. Steve Maharey, Minister of Education (by videoconference).
Pat Newman, New Zealand Principals’ Federation. Newly graduated teachers – a practitioner’s view.
‘No you can’t come in’: Professional discourse as a boundary keeper. Dr Margaret McLean, Faculty of Education, The University of Auckland
Visual Representations: An opportunity for authentic assessment. Hilary Monk, Bethlehem Tertiary Institute
Working with conceptual frameworks: A case for the courageous. Beverley Norsworthy, Bethlehem Tertiary Institute
Promoting change in teacher practices: Investigating factors which contribute to sustainability. Ruth Pritchard & Fiona McDiarmid, Victoria University of Wellington
Collaborative assessment in teacher education: It is possible? Adrienne Roy, Faculty of Education, Otago University
Collaboration through digital integration in New Zealand schools – implications for the professional education of beginning teachers. Louise Starkey & Prof Ken Stevens, Victoria University of Wellington
Narratives of beginning Maori teachers: Identifying forces that shape the first year of teaching. Paora Stucki, Heeni Jenkins, Areta Kahu, Dr Pip Bruce-Fergusson, Te Wananga o Aotearoa & Prof Ruth Kane, Massey University