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Jocelyn Flett

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Jocelyn Flett
Jocelyn Flett
Certification : MSpecTchg (Early Intervention), PGDipSpecTchg, GDip Teaching (Early Childhood)
Staff Code : #
Phone : 07 562 2917
Email : j.flett@bti.ac.nz

Biography

Jocelyn joined BTI in 2017.

She is a qualified early childhood kaiako and has experience working with the infant and toddler age group within Christian and non-Christian centres.

Prior to coming to BTI, Jocelyn’s passion for empowering children with learning support needs led to her complete studies in specialist teaching, which later supported her in a contractor role with the Ministry of Education, Learning Support Services.

Research

Currently completing her EdD. Jocelyn’s research supervisor is Professor Carmen Dalli from Victoria University.

Jocelyn’s research focus is on intentional teaching, particularly making visible kaiako pedagogical framing of environmental conditions to support the types of experiences toddlers’ have within early childhood settings. In amongst her research, Jocelyn is keen to investigate the teaching positions, and beliefs, kaiako hold that underpin their practices, and how their faith informs these.

Areas of Expertise

  • Infant and toddler pedagogy
  • Early childhood curriculum Te Whāriki
  • Human development
  • Teaching children with early intervention needs

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 

Jocelyn Flett
Jocelyn Flett
Certification : MSpecTchg (Early Intervention), PGDipSpecTchg, GDip Teaching (Early Childhood)
Staff Code :
Phone : 07 562 2917
Email : j.flett@bti.ac.nz

Biography

Jocelyn joined BTI in 2017.

She is a qualified early childhood kaiako and has experience working with the infant and toddler age group within Christian and non-Christian centres.

Prior to coming to BTI, Jocelyn’s passion for empowering children with learning support needs led to her complete studies in specialist teaching, which later supported her in a contractor role with the Ministry of Education, Learning Support Services.

Research

Currently completing her EdD. Jocelyn’s research supervisor is Professor Carmen Dalli from Victoria University.

Jocelyn’s research focus is on intentional teaching, particularly making visible kaiako pedagogical framing of environmental conditions to support the types of experiences toddlers’ have within early childhood settings. In amongst her research, Jocelyn is keen to investigate the teaching positions, and beliefs, kaiako hold that underpin their practices, and how their faith informs these.

Areas of Expertise

  • Infant and toddler pedagogy
  • Early childhood curriculum Te Whāriki
  • Human development
  • Teaching children with early intervention needs

Jocelyn Flett
Jocelyn Flett
Early Childhood Teaching, Educator/Kaiako, Teacher Education
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MSpecTchg (Early Intervention), PGDipSpecTchg, GDip Teaching (Early Childhood)
Staff code #
07 562 2917
j.flett@bti.ac.nz
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