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Rediscovering a love of learning
15 August 2022
The flexibility of Capable NZ’s offerings made a tertiary qualification accessible for Electrician and father Conan O’Boyle.
Is Tall Poppy Syndrome holding New Zealand back?
1 August 2022
Is Tall Poppy Syndrome holding New Zealand back?What impact is Tall Poppy Syndrome having on New Zealand society and economy, and what, if anything, can…
1 August 2022
Place-based pedagogiesHow might education respond to the Anthropocene and its human-impacted environmental concerns?The impact of human activities on our planet has accelerated since the nuclear…
Facilitator’s in-depth knowledge instrumental for learner
25 July 2022
John Keogh was impressed by the knowledge and experience of his facilitator as well as the quality of resources provided during his Capable NZ experience.
Fireside Chats: Michelle Te Koeti
15 July 2022
Michelle Te Koeti is Ngai Tahu and Ngai Mamoe with strong connections to the West Coast, Canterbury, and Banks Peninsula.
Fireside Chats: Steve Henry
8 July 2022
In this podcast, facilitator Steve Henry talks about the value of learning from experience through the Capable NZ model.
Fireside Chats: Dr Hymie Abd-Latif
29 June 2022
In our latest podcast, our facilitator Dr Hymie Abd-Latif shares an inspiring story about one of his learners who incorporated new technology on his family farm.…
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