Learning success

Phonological awareness resources

Te Whāriki | Early Childhood Curriculum 

The New Zealand Curriculum (NZC) 2007 

Nutrition and physical wellbeing

Ministry of Health (MoH) Physical Activity guidelines 

Nutritional interventions that are effective in treating psychiatric/psychological illness a series of media releases (click on: In the media

Physical Education New Zealand | Te Ao Kori Aotearoa 

NZ Health Education Association | Ako Haoura Aotearoa 

Sport New Zealand plans and programmes 

Health promoting schools 

Health and Physical Education – The underlying concepts of wellbeing in schools 

Social and emotional wellbeing

Education Review Office (ERO) Wellbeing for Success: A resource for schools 

Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand Wellbeing tool kit

Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand | Mauri tū, mauri ora downloadable resources

Child population health

Ministry of Health statistics

Our own health and wellbeing as researchers

Health and wellbeing at UC

Ākonga Māori

Pasifika support 

Cross theme resources (academic)

Māori language resources | Ngā rauemi

Ministry of Health Māori health models

Ministry of Health publications database

World Health Organisation (WHO) publications database

The Foundation for Global Community Health (GCH)

The United Nations Sustainable development goals

The Treasury | Kaitohutohu Kaupapa Rawa

Charter on The Rights of Tamariki Children & Rangatahi Young Peoplein Healthcare Services in Aotearoa New Zealand

Canterbury District Health Board | Te Poari Hauora ō Waitaha Community Māori Health Providers list

Canterbury District Health Board | Te Poari Hauora ō Waitaha Pacific Health Services list 

Cross theme resources (facilities or expertise)

UC Subject librarians | Kaitiaki Kaupapa - Kaitakawaenga 

Advice on Māori consultation 

The Technology Enabled Learning Facility (TELF) is a new service offered by the e-Learning team to support lecturers in the use of learning technologies. Puaka-James Hight Room 502 has been equipped a lectern and other technologies typically found in UC teaching spaces.

With support of members of the e-learning team lecturers utilising this service are able:

  • Practise using and/or receive training in the use of the teaching technologies (lectern) found in UC teaching spaces.
  • Create teaching materials (video recordings, narrated PowerPoint presentations etc.).
  • Teach classes and conduct tutorials to students at a distance using web conferencing (Adobe Connect, Zoom).

If you wish to use this service contact a member of the e-learning Support team.