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Academic Strategy(2)

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A visual explanation of the Unitec Academic Strategy.

A visual explanation of the Unitec Academic Strategy.

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  • 1. Academic Strategy
    Unitec New Zealand
  • 2. An institutional culture of innovation and enterprise
    Expected
    Rewarded
  • 3. Committed to...
    Being student centred in all our services and activities
  • 4. Ensuring that the principles of Te NohoKotahitanga inform all our activities
  • 5. Understanding and responding effectively to the needs of Pacific peoples.
    Access and equity
  • 6. Our provision will .....
    Educate people for work, in work and through work.
  • 7. Be delivered through flexible study pathways
  • 8. Include excellent academic and pastoral support
  • 9. With our stakeholders we will....
    Have active and responsive interaction with industry, professional and community groups to shape content, curricula and delivery modes.
  • 10. Our curricula will....
    Demonstrate a commitment to open inquiry
  • 11. Adopt a multiplicity of approaches and ways of being
  • 12. Be based on ‘practice-focused’ educational experiences that are...
    Contextualised and situated in practice
    Interdisciplinary
    Founded on and advancing current practice
    Theoretically grounded as well as guided
    Both creative and critical
  • 13. Promote collaborative learning
  • 14. Value equitable, socially just and ethical practice
  • 15. Have integrated approaches to
    Academic literacies as a foundation for learning
    Innovative assessment
    E-learning content and support
  • 16. Our teaching will
    Be research-informed and inquiry-led
    Acknowledge the reciprocity of teaching and research
  • 17. Our graduates will....
    Acquire a balance between specific, current content and lifelong learning capabilities
  • 18. Achieve career-enhancing educational outcomes which are critically conceptualised and practiced.
  • 19. Have the knowledge, skills, and attributes to face the challenges of the future and to live in a multi-cultural world
  • 20. Have a capacity to contribute positively to society, manage their own careers and function competently in changing environments.