Faculty of Education and Social Work
Fostering the differences between us and AI
21 May 2023
AI could actually help to encourage learners to critically question information online and discern fact from fiction, says Jack Webster
Auckland University Press has great night at Ockhams
19 May 2023
It was a successful night for our book publisher Auckland University Press at the Ockham New Zealand Book Awards on 17 May, with two AUP books taking out top awards, as well as two University alumni winning major prizes.
Teacher Annette Wilson, aged 90: 'Reading is your whole world'
18 May 2023
Annette Wilson’s teaching career spanned many decades. Until recently, the 90-year-old was still helping children with their reading.
Support for young Asian sexual violence survivors
11 May 2023
A teaching toolkit to better support Asian survivors of sexual violence in our schools and tertiary institutions is the aim of a new study at the University of Auckland.
Social work sisters: persevering through grief
3 May 2023
Following in her late sister’s footsteps, University of Auckland Master of Social Work graduate Deirdre Little is now working with tamariki to ensure they have the best opportunity to engage with education.
Graduate aims to build financial literacy in Pacific communities
3 May 2023
Victoria Ongolea wants to prevent financial hardship among Pasifika in Aotearoa, encouraging leadership in financial literacy.
The disappeared maunga at Epsom Campus
13 April 2023
The Faculty of Education and Social Work may be leaving the land at Epsom Campus but not the histories that have shaped its identity, write Rose Yukich and Hēmi Dale.
Schools don't need National’s dull, narrow curriculum
2 April 2023
Opinion: The danger of National's policy is that it undoes much of an informal pact with Labour to depoliticise education at a time of real struggle, argues Peter O'Connor.
Experts adopt creative approach to question contemporary education
1 April 2023
Professor Peter O'Connor and Dr Claudia Rozas Gómez bounce ideas about education back and forth in a series of letters.
University talents are Ockham Book Awards finalists
1 April 2023
Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland is well-represented on the short list at the 2023 Ockham Book Awards.
Indigenising our universities: aspirations and opportunities
30 March 2023
Opinion: Te Kawehau Hoskins and Alison Jones explore the value of an evolving Treaty partnership to higher education. In Part 3 of the series, the opportunities indigenisation brings.
Indigenising our universities: be Pākehā, be Māori
29 March 2023
Opinion: Te Kawehau Hoskins and Alison Jones explore the value of an evolving Treaty partnership to higher education. In the second of a three part series, they ask if inclusion policies can have unintended consequences.