Resources

Contents

  • Co-chair's Overview
  • Director's Report
  • Sustainable ACE - Our People, Our Stories
  • Report against ACE Aotearoa Statement of Intent 2017
  • ACE Learning in the Community
  • ACE Sector Strategic Alliance
  • Professional Development
  • Adult Learners' Week / He Tangata Mātauranga
  • International Activities
  • ACE Place Learner Portal
  • Our Stories - Annual Awards Recipients 2017
  • Consolidated Performance Report

The Adult and Community Education (ACE) Teaching Standards are for staff involved in teaching and learning in the ACE sector. The standards describe what makes a good tutor, and are underpinned by the values of rangatiratanga, manaakitanga and whanaungatanga, and the guiding principle of ako.

This page describes how the values and standards are all interconnected.

The Adult and Community Education (ACE) Teaching Standards are for staff involved in teaching and learning in the ACE sector.

The standards describe what makes a good tutor, and are underpinned by the values of rangatiratanga, manaakitanga, and whanaungatanga and the guiding principle of ako.

These are the expectations that a learner has a right to expect, and that the ACE sector agrees as professional standards for working with learners, their families and communities.