Ms Tamar Andora Weisz-Koves
M.Ed, B.A, Dip Edit, Dip ECE
Tamar is a fully certificated teacher with extensive teaching experience in early childhod education and ITE programmes. She teaches on the Bachelor of Education ECE and Grad Dip ECE programmes and is a doctoral candidate at the University of Auckland.
Research | Current
Tamar's PhD research focuses on STEM learner identity in early childhood.
Teaching | Current
EDURRIC111 - Experiencing Technology
EDCURRIC 635 - Exploration
Areas of expertise
Early childhood education, leadership in ECE, STEM learning in the early years, teacher certification, proofreading and editing
Selected publications and creative works (Research Outputs)
- Hedges, H., Cooper, M. R., & Weisz-Koves, T. (2019). Recognising and responding to family funds of knowledge. In S. Alcock, N. Stobbs (Eds.) Rethinking play as pedagogy (pp. 107-120). London: Routledge.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Helen Hedges
- Hedges, H., Weisz-Koves, T., Cooper, M., & Lovatt, D. (2017). Beyond activities: Exploring real questions for deeper understandings of children’s interests. Early Childhood Folio, 21 (2), 8-14.
Other University of Auckland co-authors: Maria Cooper, Helen Hedges, Daniel Lovatt
- Weisz-Koves, T. (2011). Developing teacher leadership in early childhood education in Aotearoa through a potential-based approach. Journal of Educational Leadership Policy and Practice, 26 (2), 35-47. Related URL.