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Last updated 01 March 2013 15:06 by NZTecAdmin
Please note: The workshops outlined on this page have already occurred.

Please review our current offerings.

Action Enquiry for Practitioners

Do you want to better understand how:

  • your embedding of literacy and/or numeracy affects your learners?
  • to continually develop your professional teaching and learning practice?

The action enquiry project offers you the chance to learn well-tested and proven processes that you can adapt to your work environment to address learning needs - both for you and your learners. Action enquiry involves you in two compulsory face-to-face professional development sessions in Hamilton (May 23 and November 1), with distance support between. Over the course of the programme, you will learn how to use the four action enquiry principles that will help you:

  • in your own teaching and learning purposes
  • to develop targeted questions to examine
  • to gather documented data about what you are enquiring about, 
  • to make decisions about what the data means in terms of your learners, your practice, and what you consider is an appropriate next learning and achievement step. 

Action enquiry teaches you how to take control of your professional practice as you continue to embed literacy and numeracy approaches for your learners. It teaches you how to use evidence to support your own professional practice and expertise, giving you the confidence to talk knowledgeably about your learners and how you design your teaching. 

Does this sound like you?

The cost of this workshop is $200 per person (covers the required two days)

Hamilton, May 23rd and November 1 - 10.00am for a 10.30am start and finishing around 4.00pm.

For registration click here.

 

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