Who creates the research guides?
The research guides are created by a team of staff members at The Education Hub. All of the people working on the research overviews have substantial experience conducting educational research and many have also been practicing teachers. We are also considering creating some of our content in collaboration with other organisations.
Why can’t I access some of the research guides?
We are constantly creating new content and the research guides that you cannot access are still under development.
How do you choose which topics or areas to focus on?
All our topics have been chosen through extensive consultation with our stakeholders, primarily school leaders and teachers but also researchers and others involved in education. If you would like to propose a topic or area, please do send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org
How do you select the teachers or schools you profile in your case studies?
We are always on the look out for teachers or schools who are applying research in practice and who are engaged in innovative approaches and activities. Often it is members of the educational community who recommend that we connect with particular teachers and schools. If you, or someone you know, are involved in innovative and evidence-informed practice, we would love to hear from you. Please send us an email: email@example.com.
What if I don’t have a Google Account?
As part of some of our case studies, teachers and schools have shared with use resources that they have created. We have made these available through Google Docs. These documents should be available for you to download even if you do not have a Google Account.
What will you do with my details if I subscribe?
We keep your details private and do not share them with any third parties. We collect your details so that we are able to send you our monthly newsletter, information on up-coming events, and to share new content that we are releasing.
What happens when I ask a researcher a question?
The questions are collated and evaluated by The Education Hub. We then try to find a researcher who would be able to answer your question.
How can I share my research or practice through The Education Hub?
We are always looking for interesting, high quality and relevant research and practice to share. If you research or practice that you would like to share with others please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do you host events all around New Zealand?
Currently, because we are still a relatively small organisation (but with bold aspirations to grow) we are holding most of our events in Auckland. Most of our events are video-recorded and shared online. We also are hoping to start holding events in more centres around New Zealand. If you would be interested in hosting an event please send us an email: email@example.com
How can I provide feedback or share an idea I have with you?
Absolutely. We are always seeking feedback and ideas from our stakeholders. Please send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org.