Rachel Dixon, University of Otago, New Zealand This article describes a qualitative study that was conducted to explore six teachers’ perspectives of future directions for Home Economics education in New Zealand. The study found that teachers held hope in terms of learning outcomes of the subject for students, hope for challenging others’ misconceptions and limiting perceptions…Details
The HETTANZ FASHION AWARDS 2017 How to Enter DOWNLOAD ENTRY INFO 2017 DOWNLOAD ENTRY FORM 2017 All finalist entries must be delivered or sent to the HETTANZ office in Wellington before 5pm on 20 October 2017. Level 1,56 Victoria Street, Wellington, 6011 Only open to HETTANZ members. Important dates Friday 20 October 2017 Last day…Details
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HETTANZ Student Fashion Award Winners 2016 Once again HETTANZ member school students from around New Zealand have entered outstanding work for the HETTANZ Student Fashion Awards judged last week. “The Home Economics and Technology Teachers Association of New Zealand (HETTANZ) Student Fashion Awards are a key event on the national fashion calendar and attract an…Details
The aim of the survey is to: gather information about the resources that Home Economics and Food Technology teachers currently use learn which resources are used widely and understand what features make them popular determine if there are any gaps in terms of resources discover more about the approaches used by teachers to create…Details
21 May 2017, Wellington
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This relationship has been an enduring one. Bernina is also happy to be supporting the HETTANZ Fashion Awards in 2016, allowing New Zealand’s budding young designers to showcase their work.