If Students Cannot Learn the Way We Teach Them, We Must Teach Them the Way They Learn
There is a very clear relationship between social and educational outcomes in New Zealand establishing itself from early childhood. Our education system has developed over many years through a changing society with changing demands and expectations. The values and assumptions that are widely shared throughout our society have determined how and why we teach and to understand why this happened we must consider the history of our relatively brief education history.
European settlers arrived in New Zealand in the 19th century hoping to better themselves economically. …
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