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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

Date and time: 11 May 2011, 12.30pm - 1.00pm
Presenter: Lynette Winter
Status: Recording available

To get the best out of the Adult Literacy and Numeracy Assessment Tool, learners need to be primed with information about the purpose of the assessment, the assessment tool environment and the learner result information they will see at the end of the assessment. This webinar will discuss some key messages that we can give learners before they sit an adaptive assessment.

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Priming learners to take adaptive assessments

Lynette Winter

Lynette trained as a secondary school maths teacher but has spent her career teaching maths and statistics to adults in both polytechnics and work place training environments. She has worked with programme leaders and content experts from a variety of vocational fields and degree programmes to develop and deliver contextualised maths and numeracy content for their adult learners. She has also been involved in developing and delivering online and distance courses. Lynette has divides her time between work as an educator in a polytechnic, and work as a national numeracy developer contributing to the development and delivery of professional development programmes for vocational tutors in the tertiary sector. She is passionate about helping non-maths educators overcome their own anxieties and learn to teach the maths and numeracy content in their courses in ways that are effective and engaging for their learners.

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