Welcome to the Centre for Learning and Teaching!

The Centre for Learning and Teaching (CfLAT) aims to enhance all facets of the student learning experience through its dual academic and service role within Auckland University of Technology (AUT). This is undertaken through supporting staff in their teaching practices (including professional staff working in a learning support/advisory/administrative role) and developing staff capability for innovation in response to the ‘changing world’ of learning. The overall kaupapa is one of enabling effective professional practice for advanced education, aligned with the key strategic objective of creating inspirational learning experiences, and based on AUT’s core values of aroha (compassion), tika (integrity), and pono (respect).

Hei Mahi - What we do

Academic Advice and Research

Digital Media

Learning Technologies

Our Professional Learning Opportunities

Ako Aronui
Ako Aronui is a holistic professional learning programme, specific to the AUT and Aotearoa New Zealand University context. It also provides a contextualised pathway to HEA fellowship.
CMALT cMOOCs and Mosomelt
The CMALT cMOOCs and Mosomelt are models of Professional Development that facilitate a network of communities of practice supported by connectivist MOOCs, and can lead to recognition via CMALT accreditation.
SoTEL Research Clusters
The SoTEL (Scholarship of Technology Enhanced Learning) research cluster will critically explore the impact of new technologies upon teaching and learning, and will provide professional development and support for establishing clusters.
SoTEL Symposium, Events and Workshops
CfLAT also offers as needed workshops, one-off events and seminars, including hosting visiting academics and scholars.

Recent News and Updates

He Whare Ako
October 18, 2017
The ‘He Whare Ako App’ is an interactive educational tool presenting a culturally responsive mobile learning framework. He Whare Ako, He Whare Hangarau (a house
CfLAT and the APP LAB hosts visiting scholars from Embodied Reports Lab (Chile)
August 2, 2017
Cristobal Dañobeitia & Gonzalo Boncompte (Embodied Reports Lab, Chile) presented "Between first and third person methods for Enactive cognitive science."
Ako Aronui Team members attended Inaugural Meeting of Australiasian Accredited Programme Managers Network
July 13, 2017
Dr Nell Buissink SFHEA and Jaye McIsaac SFHEA attended the Inaugural Meeting
Paper published on placing ‘manaaki’ at the heart of Ako Aronui
April 30, 2017
The Ako Aronui team has published a paper in the Higher Education Research & Development (HERD) Journal

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