Teacher Education (Mixed Media Presentation)

The Faculty’s distance education teacher education programmes are called Mixed Media Presentation (MMP). MMP programmes are delivered mainly online, but some Hamilton on-campus (block) attendance is required.

Programme delivery includes online papers and discussion groups, face-to-face block courses, workshops and briefing days and practical sessions in schools in your local area. You should expect to spend a minimum of 30 hours per week on classes, assignments and associated readings. Significant part-time employment is not recommended for full-time MMP students.

Application

Enrolment into a initial teacher education programme requires the completion of a teacher education selection process. The Faculty of Education reserves the right to determine eligibility to apply to and/or enter distance education programmes. Applications for these programmes are only open to those people living in the North Island.

Benefits of Mixed Media Presentation

  • Online support from specialist teaching staff
  • Online, face-to-face and telephone support from your programme coordinator
  • Support and guidance from your co-ordinating teacher in your local base school
  • Liaison visits to your base school by University staff
  • Supervised block teaching practicum
  • Visits by University staff to evaluate your performance while on practicum
  • Administrative support from the Faculty of Education
  • Encouragement for students to set up local study groups and online chat sessions / discussion forums.

Qualifications

Bachelor of Teaching – Early Childhood (Ki Taiao)
Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Early Childhood)
Bachelor of Teaching Primary (Mixed Media Presentation)
Bachelor of Teaching Primary (Kākano Rua)
Bachelor of Teaching (Upgrade)
Graduate Diploma of Teaching (Secondary)
GradDipT (Secondary) & GradDip Engineering (Technology Teaching)
GradDipT (Secondary) & GradDip in Tourism and Hospitality Management (Teaching)