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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

Date and time: 29 June 2011, 12.30pm - 1.00pm
Presenter: Waitiahoaho Emery
Status: Recording available

Workplace tutors are often strapped for time when it comes to developing activities and producing resources for implementation in teaching. This webinar introduces a resource for written business communication, and demonstrates from that resource, a selection of activities, suggestions for their use, and templates which can be adapted according to programme. The majority of employees and workplaces worked with by the Waiariki team have been Maori. This resource therefore is designed with the needs, learning styles and characteristics of those learners in mind. This resource is tactile, co-operative, visually engaging, easily read and easily navigated.

Foundation Learning Workplace Literacy Resource was developed specifically to assist transferring skills at raising literacy and numeracy in the workplace. This is an electronic file that can be developed and duplicated sector wide to assist other organisations with this work.

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Waitiahoaho Emery

Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Pikiao

MA (Pending final result), BA Hons, BEd, Dip T

Waitiahoaho lives and works in her hometown of Rotorua. She leads the Foundation Learning Team at Waiariki Institute of Technology.

Since being a young māmā, Waitiahoaho has worked in education from kōhanga reo and playcentre, to primary through to secondary, and now in adult education.

Waitiahoaho promotes and practices Te Ao Māori, te Reo Māori me ōna tikanga as a framework for teaching and learning. This includes Māori pedagogies and literacies, and how they can be implemented in mainstream teaching and learning for the benefit of all learners, teachers and managers. She is keen to do research in this area.

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