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Webinar 3 - Where are ITPs at with embedding literacy and numeracy?


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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

Date and time: 14 April 2010 4.00 pm
Presenter: Dr Bronwen Cowie
Status: Discussions completed

This webinar has occurred. You can access its associated readings below as well as watch a recording of the presentation.

Last year the Tertiary Education Commission asked the Wilf Malcolm Institute for Educational Research (WMIER) to produce a synthesis of progress made by ITPs in embedding literacy and numeracy.

The webinar was a workshop where Bronwen presented a summary of the results of this synthesis. This session is a must for any managers in ITPs who are responsible for literacy and numeracy in their organisations.

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Click below to view a recording of this webinar. This video features the slides used by the presenter during the webinar, with the presenter's commentary.

Bronwen Cowie ITP Sythesis

Dr Bronwen Cowie

Bronwen is the Director of Wilf Malcolm Institute for Educational Research at The University of Waikato. She has a background in secondary teaching of mathematics and physics. More recently she has worked in mathematics education. Browen has been involved in a number of classroom based research projects that have focused on assessment for learning, culturally responsive pedagogy, and the role of ICT. She has directed several evaluations of national projects.

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Where are ITPs at with embedding literacy and numeracy? (PowerPoint, 1 MB)

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ALN webinar AP 2010.ppt

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