Home About Us News Latest News Events Data and Resources Publications Snapshots Submissions Education Māori Languages SouthSci Talking Matters Youth Employability Community Notices Job Opportunities Previous Programmes Contact Us


Report on the Zero to Three Conference, Denver, USA
Published Date: November 2018
Article Code : 096
Talking Matters director Alison Sutton joined 3,400 practitioners, researchers and policy makers from 13 countries at the Zero to Three Conference in Denver in October 2018. Zero to Three is a policy and advocacy organisation that promotes policies and services for infants and toddlers. 
View Article 
SouthSci Showcase 2015-17
Published Date: 10 August 2018
Article Code : 092

Details and photos of all 24 participatory science projects from the first three years of SouthSci.

View Article 
Winston Churchill Memorial Fellowship Report
Published Date: October 2015
Article Code : 083
How towns and cities can collaborate to raise literacy – Alison Sutton 
View Article 
Nga Reo o Tamaki Makaurau Auckland Languages Strategy
Published Date: November 2015
Article Code : 082
View Article 
A business lens on STEM
Published Date: July 2014
Article Code : 075
View Article 
Enhancing Youth Employability to Support Economic growth in Auckland
Published Date:
Article Code : 073
View Article 
Feedback to the Office of the Children's Commission on Child Poverty Solutions
Published Date: 12 October 2012
Article Code : 062
View Article 
Tamaki Financial Literacy Report
Published Date: May 2012
Article Code : 058
View Article 
Feedback on the TEC Literacy and Numeracy Strategy
Published Date: 6 July 2012
Article Code : 056
View Article 
Response to the Auckland Council DRAFT LONG_TERM PLAN
Published Date: 23 March, 2012
Article Code : 052
View Article 
A Snapshot of Pasifika Education in Auckland 2011
Published Date: November 2011
Article Code : 327
View Article 
Response to the Draft Auckland Plan and the Draft Economic Development Strategy
Published Date: October 2011
Article Code : 049
View Article 
Auckland Education Summit - Discussion Docment
Published Date: 6 July 2011
Article Code : 043
A summary of the discussions and recommendations arising from the Auckland Education Summit. 
View Article 
Responding to the Auckland Plan
Published Date: May 2011
Article Code : 042
View Article 
A Snapshot of Auckland's Education
Published Date: February 2011
Article Code : 040
View Article 
Pasifika SmartCentre - Final Report and Evaluation
Published Date: November 2010
Article Code : 038

This paper reports on an evaluation of the Pasifika SmartCentre project which provided ICT equipment and training to 35 Pasifika early childhood centres in Manukau, as a vehicle for community and family learning.

View Article 
Report of the Forum: The New Auckland Council and Skills (June 2010)
Published Date: June 23 2010
Article Code : 036

This item is a report on the proceedings of a workshop on school-business relationships and the new Auckland Council, held on June 23, 2010.  COMET is hosting a series of workshops with key stakeholder groups on how Auckland can best shape the relationships needed to make a difference to the skills future of Auckland. The report reflects the input of Gateway co-ordinators and not-for-profit groups who work in the school-business space.

View Article 
Unlocking Auckland's Potential: Adult literacy and numeracy skills in the new Auckland (August 2010)
Published Date: August 2010
Article Code : 035
View Article 
COMET model of community engagement in education (June 2009)
Published Date: June 2009
Article Code : 027
Discussion paper prepared for a seminar hosted by Massey University in Palmerston North. 
View Article 
Challenges of Complex Urban Schools (February 2009)
Published Date: February 2009
Article Code : 025

This paper argues that the aspirations of the curriculum will be realised when we have interconnected education providers whose services develop young people at every step of their journey, learning connected to community, and responsiveness to local aspirations. This teaching and learning shift also requires shifts in other parts of the system: in schools, and in the system settings that shape school governance, management and operations.

View Article 

< Prev | PAGE 1 | 2 | 3 | Next >