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Recorded webinars 2011


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Last updated 22 January 2013 16:03 by NZTecAdmin

These webinars have already occurred but you can still view the recording and download the accompanying PowerPoint presentations from here.

  Topic Presenter Date
1 Tuhono Korero Connecting Conversations Suzanne Croft & Te Atawhai Mataira 16 November 2011
2 Measurement activities Phil Kane 2 November 2011
3 Co tutoring: A model for embedding literacy and numeracy in a trades foundation course Mary Silvester 26 October 2011
4 Mapping Pasifika Leisha Williams & Heather Thompson 12 October 2011
5 Facilitating Professional Development with Maori Pedagogy focus Debbie Ruwhiu 5 October 2011
6 Me, myself and I: Engaging Youth Taulu Schuster 14 September 2011
7 Getting Clear on Paragraph Writing Claire Ashmore 28 September 2011
8

Dyslexia

Sue Dymock 31 August 2011
9

Place value

Warren Shepheard 17 August 2011
10

Starting Points: Print and word concepts

Jenny Newby-Fraser 3 August 2011
11

Speaking frames

Claire Ashmore 20 July 2011
12

A compilation of numeracy resources

Carolyn Bourke 13 July 2011
13

An Introduction to the Learning Progressions

Niki McCartney 6 July 2011
14

Workplace Literacy Resources

Waitiahoaho Emery 29 June 2011
15

Embedding Numeracy

Jenny Amaranathan 15 June 2011
16 Whakamanawa online project Margot Syder & Cindy James 10 June 2011
17 He Huarahi Whakamarama The Pathway to Enlightenment Hannah Hohapata 1 June 2011
18

Summarising

Damon Whitten 25 May 2011
19 Kia mahea te hua makihikihi Māori Pasifika Learner Journeys Carole Crawford and Paula Te Amo 18 May 2011
20 Priming learners to take adaptive assessments using the Assessment Tool Lynette Winter 11 May 2011

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