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Massey University is committed to providing an exceptional and distinctive learning experience for all students. To support this goal the National Centre for Teaching and Learning provides strategic leadership for teaching and learning development.  The Centre has a presence at each of Massey's campuses and offers a range of world-class services for staff and students.

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Teaching and Learning News

New directions for specialist teaching programme
An increased focus on partnerships, digital innovation and equity are all part of the new directions for the Specialist Teaching programme.
New education head ponders learning beyond COVID-19
The challenges for education in the digital age have preoccupied Associate Professor Alison Kearney for a while. As newly-appointed head of the...
Massey to launch joint education programme with Jiangnan University
A new joint education programme between Massey University and Jiangnan University has been approved by the Chinese Ministry of Education.

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Forthcoming Events

Work shop 1 Why blended learning? What is blended learningWork shop 1 Why blended learning? What is blended learning
Thu 16 Jul 2020 - Manawatu
Workshop 1: Why blended learning? What is blended learning? ‘Thinking blended’ requires careful weighing up of the pros and cons of when (and when
Workshop 2: Blended learning in practice at Massey UniversityWorkshop 2: Blended learning in practice at Massey University
Thu 23 Jul 2020 - Manawatu
There are many different models of blended learning. This workshop explores Massey specific examples of approaches to blended learning and the decisio
Workshop 3: First steps towards blended learning - finding your blendWorkshop 3: First steps towards blended learning - finding your blend
Thu 30 Jul 2020 - Manawatu
Deliberate adoption of a blended approach requires consideration of the interactions between the mode of learning (how learning occurs), the pace of l

Contact Details

Director, Learning and Teaching
Registry Level 3 Manawatu Campus
Phone: +64 6 350 5431
Email: d.o'hara@massey.ac.nz

Educational Technology Unit
Registry Level 4, Manawatu Campus
Phone: +64 6 356 9099 extn: 81474
Email: a.j.rowatt@massey.ac.nz

Student Survey and Evaluation Unit
Registry Level 4, Manawatu Campus
Phone: +64 6 356 9099 extn: 83042
Email: M.T.Rees@massey.ac.nz

Albany
Level 3, Library, Albany Campus
Phone: + 64 9  212 7117
Email: ctlalb@massey.ac.nz

Manawatu
Student Centre Level 2, Manawatu Campus
Phone: + 64 6 9516 540
Email: ctlman@massey.ac.nz 

Wellington
Ground floor of the Library, Wellington Campus
Phone: +64 4 8015799 extn: 63389
Email: ctlwel@massey.ac.nz

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