Early childhood education news

Early childhood education news

NZTC_A lifelong love of learning leads to postgraduate study_Amrita Kaur

A lifelong love of learning leads to postgraduate study

BestStart Centre Manager and Master of Education (ECE) graduate, Amrita Kaur, now has her eyes set on gaining a PhD in Education.

NZTC_King’s Birthday college closure

King’s Birthday college closure

NZTC will be unavailable on Monday 5 June.

News_NZTC to host ECE graduation ceremonies in October

NZTC to host ECE graduation ceremonies in October

ECE graduates from Level 7 and above will be invited to attend this celebratory college event.

NZTC New Zealand Sign Language Week 8 - 14 May 2023

Together we can make New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) thrive

Celebrating and raising awareness of New Zealand Sign Language Week (8 - 14 May).

Te Reo Māori Alphabet Magnets

Ngā Aukume o Te Pū Taka Māori | Te Reo Māori Alphabet Magnets

NZTC launches te reo Māori alphabet magnets to support teaching and learning in the ECE sector.

He Kupu April 2023

New He Kupu issue explores the role of holism in tamariki learning

The connection of holism to teaching practice in early childhood education is examined in the latest issue out now.

NZTC International Team Travel

NZTC International Team jetting off to inspire future kaiako

International Team members will meet educational partners and prospective students throughout China.

Janeta Tiatia - Kaiako whakamana and manaakitanga

Kaiako embraces reciprocal relationships based on whakamana and manaakitanga

ECE professional, Janeta Tiatia, believes a focus on whakamana (empowerment) and manaakitanga (mutual respect) are keys to a successful career.

2023 ECE Scholarships Extended

Early Childhood Education study scholarships extended

Scholarships for NZTC’s teaching programs have been extended to support sector demand.

Emily-Jane Cull loves performing and teaching

Student’s passion for theatre and teaching takes centre stage

Graduate Diploma in Teaching (ECE) student, Emily-Jane Cull, is thrilled to be combining her two loves of performing and teaching.

Krystal Taiapa - te reo Māori competency

NZTC’s commitment to te reo Māori competency

Our kaupapa support the continued development of te reo Māori competency among NZTC staff, students and the communities they serve.

Tina Bradley - online mode of learning

Teaching program instils confidence in student new to study

Support from NZTC has provided Tina Bradley with the tools to immerse herself in NZTC’s online mode of learning.