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SIT also hosted the National Tertiary Teaching and Learning Conference for the second year running, and co-hosted the ' Five Minute Findings' research forum with Southern District Health Board (SDHB) in November.I congratulate all staff who have contributed to the diverse range of research outputs of SIT in 2014 and look forward to the continued development of SIT’s research capacity into the future.
A popular component of the event each year is the audience vote for the ‘People’s Choice Award’ for their favourite presentation of the day.
A number of topics related to supporting teaching and learning, including research into effective techniques for collaborative learning and the innovative use of simulation techniques to enhance nursing education.
Presentations included research which related to the areas of expertise and art practice of individual staff members in the areas of sport and exercise, business, environmental management, visual arts, film and animation.
The conference delivered an important opportunity for SIT staff to access ideas for improving learning and teaching in the tertiary sector from a wide range of practitioners who generously shared their expertise and their practical skills and knowledge. A number of tutors ran workshops and gave presentations as part of the conference, and Donna Bowman, recipient of the Hairdressing Industry Training Organisation’s 2013 ‘Tutor of the Year’ award, delivered a keynote address.
The event was organised by SIT, Fonterra, Environment Southland, Department of Conservation and New Zealand Landcare Trust.
SIT SIT2LRN Head of Faculty Dr Teri Mc Clelland was invited to present at the World Technical Vocational Education and Training (TVET) Conference in Sarawak Malaysia in August.
She gave a thirty minute presentation speaking on SIT’s delivery model of vocational programmes through e Learning.
In October 2014 SIT hosted the Ako Aotearoa National Tertiary Learning & Teaching Conference in Invercargill.
Inspirational keynote speakers were supported by a wide range of workshops, presentations and ‘six minute solutions’ which challenged participants to share a practical teaching initiative in just six minutes.
This was the second time the forum has been run, and this year it was held at the Southland Medical Foundation Lecture Theatre at Southland Hospital.
The audience of around 50 people was made up of professionals from hospital, tertiary education and community settings, and attendees found the event very informative and useful.
The diversity of research achievements among our SIT staff is showcased here, and it celebrates a wide range of research studies and creative projects.