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Denice Morgan

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Denice Morgan
Denice Morgan
Certification : MA (Educational Drama), BEd, DipTchg (ECE)
Staff Code : #
Phone : 07 562 2960
Email : d.morgan@bti.ac.nz

Biography

Denice Morgan is an Educator/Kaiako and teaches in the Early Childhood programme. Wales is Denice’s homeland, however she gained her BEd, DipTchg (ECE) in Aotearoa. After gaining her qualifications in education she became an early childhood teacher/supervisor in Aotearoa before returning to Wales.

While in Wales she joined Communities First, where she developed an educational project for children and young people (ages range 3-14), to engage and sustain them in the education process. It was during her time in Wales that Denice embarked on further study and completed an MA (Educational Drama) at Trinity University College. Throughout her studies in Wales, Denice continued to teach part-time in the role of teacher/assistant supervisor at nursery school, which she enjoyed exceedingly.

After gaining her MA (Educational Drama) Denice returned to Aotearoa and joined the BTI Teacher Education team, where she has been able to develop her passion for prayer, early childhood education, drama, and cultural sustainability. She has taught in Papua New Guinea (PNG) and has a role within the School of Teacher Education to continue to strengthen our Pasifika partnerships, which she hopes will honour all our partnerships.

Areas of Expertise

Within her teaching Denice has used educational drama (which also includes drama therapy) which she believes has been an incredible way to support children with diverse and emotional needs.

Denice is interested in cultural sustainability, and is currently developing an early childhood program with Dr Marion Sanders to be taught in Papua New Guinea (PNG).

Research Projects

Denice is currently working on a therapeutic picture book for pre-school children.

Selected Publications

Morgan, D. (2017, Summer). Beliefs and values that support sustainability: Christian Early Childhood Education Association of Aotearoa (C.E.C.A.A.). Te hono Magazine 6-7.

Meet our Staff

At BTI, you will learn from staff who are experienced teachers and educators, researchers, practitioners, health workers and graduates themselves. Many have worked in private practice, for public institutions and for universities in Aotearoa New Zealand and overseas 

Denice Morgan
Denice Morgan
Certification : MA (Educational Drama), BEd, DipTchg (ECE)
Staff Code :
Phone : 07 562 2960
Email : d.morgan@bti.ac.nz

Biography

Denice Morgan is an Educator/Kaiako and teaches in the Early Childhood programme. Wales is Denice’s homeland, however she gained her BEd, DipTchg (ECE) in Aotearoa. After gaining her qualifications in education she became an early childhood teacher/supervisor in Aotearoa before returning to Wales.

While in Wales she joined Communities First, where she developed an educational project for children and young people (ages range 3-14), to engage and sustain them in the education process. It was during her time in Wales that Denice embarked on further study and completed an MA (Educational Drama) at Trinity University College. Throughout her studies in Wales, Denice continued to teach part-time in the role of teacher/assistant supervisor at nursery school, which she enjoyed exceedingly.

After gaining her MA (Educational Drama) Denice returned to Aotearoa and joined the BTI Teacher Education team, where she has been able to develop her passion for prayer, early childhood education, drama, and cultural sustainability. She has taught in Papua New Guinea (PNG) and has a role within the School of Teacher Education to continue to strengthen our Pasifika partnerships, which she hopes will honour all our partnerships.

Areas of Expertise

Within her teaching Denice has used educational drama (which also includes drama therapy) which she believes has been an incredible way to support children with diverse and emotional needs.

Denice is interested in cultural sustainability, and is currently developing an early childhood program with Dr Marion Sanders to be taught in Papua New Guinea (PNG).

Research Projects

Denice is currently working on a therapeutic picture book for pre-school children.

Selected Publications

Morgan, D. (2017, Summer). Beliefs and values that support sustainability: Christian Early Childhood Education Association of Aotearoa (C.E.C.A.A.). Te hono Magazine 6-7.

Denice Morgan
Denice Morgan
Early Childhood Teaching, Educator/Kaiako, Teacher Education
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MA (Educational Drama), BEd, DipTchg (ECE)
Staff code #
07 562 2960
d.morgan@bti.ac.nz
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