TER 5 (starts 23 September) is open to all primary teachers but only open to secondary teachers who are already employed in a school.
List your specialist subjects (secondary teachers only)
If YES then please give details (starting with most recent teaching position, last 5 years only)
Email the referee report to your referee and ask them to email it directly to email@example.com.
Plagiarism is using the work of others in preparing an assignment and presenting it as your own without explicitly acknowledging — or referencing — where it came from. Plagiarism can also mean not acknowledging the full extent of indebtedness to a source. Work can be plagiarised from many sources — including books, articles, the world wide web, and other students’ assignments. Plagiarism can also occur unconsciously or inadvertently. Direct copying is definitely plagiarism. Paraphrasing of another work without attribution is also plagiarism. Submitting someone else’s unattributed or less than fully attributed work or ideas is not evidence of your own grasp of the material and cannot earn you marks.
“The University of Auckland will not tolerate cheating, or assisting others to cheat, and views cheating of course work as a serious academic offence. The work that a student submits for grading must be the student’s own work, reflecting his or her learning. Where work from other sources is used, it must be properly acknowledged and referenced. This requirement also applies to sources on the world-wide web. A student’s assessed work may be reviewed against electronic source material using computer detection mechanisms.
Upon reasonable request, students may be required to provide an electronic version of their work for computerised review.
Students may not translate work from another source without proper acknowledgement and referencing. The use of translation machines to translate and copy texts into the target language of an assignment constitutes academic dishonesty....”
The Teacher Education Refresh (TER) Programme is being offered by The University of Auckland on behalf of the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand which owns the TER Programme.
Principle 3 of the Privacy Act 1993 – “Collection of information from subject”
Personal information provided by persons applying to participate on a TER course is being collected for the purpose of determining their eligibility for participation in a course, to enable the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand to comply with its statutory functions and the requirements of the TER Programme, and for administering participation on that course. The information is being collected by: Kohia Centre, Faculty of Education and Social Work, The University of Auckland, Private Bag 99946, Newmarket 1149, Auckland
All or any part of that information may be held and used by The University of Auckland and Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand, Level 12, 80 Boulcott Street, Box 5326, Wellington
11(a) and (f) of the Privacy Act 1993 – “Limits on disclosure of personal information”
Neither The University of Auckland nor the Teaching Council of Aotearoa New Zealand shall disclose the personal information collected for the TER Programme to a person or body or
agency unless either or both believe, on reasonable grounds:
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