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Teaching and Learning Circles are groups of about six to eight people who come together once a month to learn and share ideas about teaching. The circles are like a mentoring system, but without the hierarchy. This initiative is managed and sponsored by TE@M with support from the National Centre for Teaching and Learning.
Any staff member involved in teaching: from new lecturers to seasoned academics. The circles start at the beginning of each calendar year. They are currently in the Manawatu and Wellington campuses.
• Learn and share practical tips, skills, ideas and interesting approaches.
• Solve problems that have been bugging you.
• Reduce the amount of time spent trying to figure things out yourself.
• Strengthen your network of colleagues across the university.
Do you have a question about teaching? Our TE@M members can offer you ideas and perspectives on any teaching-related issue, large or small.
Information about Teaching and Learning Circles:
National Centre for Teaching and Learning
Phone: +64 6 356 9099 ext 81473
Information about TE@M:
Social Science Tower 3.04
Phone: +64 6 356 9099 ext. 2509
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Last updated on Monday 01 April 2019