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Last updated 09 July 2013 14:38 by NZTecAdmin

'Ara mai he tētēkura'
Growing leaders

Waiariki Institute of Technology
10 and 11 October 2013

Tēnā koutou katoa e te iwi.

The theme of the wānanga was ‘Embedded Literacy and Numeracy Leadership’; supporting and developing embedded adult literacy and numeracy leadership by profiling research and researchers, practice and practitioners. The wānanga aimed to:

  • Grow leaders, research, and literature on leadership in adult literacy and numeracy
  • Illuminate and encourage the integration of Māori perspectives of literacy and numeracy into teaching practice
  • Reflect on appropriate pedagogy and methodology of embedded adult literacy and numeracy teaching practice and learning
  • Support collaborations and partnerships across education organisations and institutions that contribute towards building sustainability.

Draft programme.

Cost
In 2013 the TEC contributed to the wānanga expenses which allowed the National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults to offer it at no cost to attendees. This may not be the case in the future.

Presentations

Day One


Keynote address

Keith Ikin
Ihenga Tupuna Whare

Session 1

Illuminating and advocating success beyond the numbers
Cheryl Stephens, Vaughan Bidios, Kathy Tuhakaraina, David Earle, Chris Lane
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanui
ārangi
Te Reo and the Assessment Tool
Tutu Kautai and Waitiahoaho Emery
Te Runanganui o Te Arawa & Waiariki Institute of Technology
"Is Language a Learners Best Friend?"
Annette Stock
Speech Language & Literacy Specialist
Whakaemi; whakato; whakatipu; whakaatu; - Implementing tauira Māori in embedded literacy and numeracy education
Herewini Easton
Wintec

Session 1a

Illuminating and advocating success beyond the numbers
Cheryl Stephens, Vaughan Bidios, Kathy Tuhakaraina, David Earle, Chris Lane
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanui
ārangi
Te Reo and the Assessment Tool
Tutu Kautai and Waitiahoaho Emery
Te Runanganui o Te Arawa & Waiariki Institute of Technology
"Is Language a Learners Best Friend?"
Annette Stock
Speech Language & Literacy Specialist
Whakaemi; whakato; whakatipu; whakaatu; - Implementing tauira Māori in embedded literacy and numeracy education
Herewini Easton
Wintec

Session 2

'But you might ask a painter to teach literacy and numeracy' (PDF, 2.5MB)
Rachel Bulliff, Riordan Crawford, Dave Horner, Anuj Kumar
Corrections

Session 2a

Embedding literacy and numeracy intot he Career Network Pre Employment Programme (PDF, 1.3MB)
Liza Kohunui, Gillian Bowen, Ann Edhouse, Shannon Taukamo, Tangaroa Tonihi
Career Network
Developing a scenario-­‐based approach to address learners' Literacy and Numeracy needs
Wilfred Greyling
Wintec
Measuring the effectiveness of embedding practice (PDF, 220.3KB)
Conny Huaki
Te Wananga o Aotearoa
"Innovative Farming instruction inside the wire" (PDF, 4.1MB)
Dave Horner, Anuj Kuma
Corrections

Session 2a (repeated)

Embedding literacy and numeracy intot he Career Network Pre Employment Programme (PDF, 1.3MB)
Liza Kohunui, Gillian Bowen, Ann Edhouse, Shannon Taukamo, Tangaroa Tonihi
Career Network
Developing a scenario-­‐based approach to address learners' Literacy and Numeracy needs
Wilfred Greyling
Wintec
Measuring the effectiveness of embedding practice (PDF, 220.3KB)
Conny Huaki
Te W
ānanga o Aotearoa
"Innovative Farming instruction inside the wire" (PDF, 4.1MB)
Dave Horner, Anuj Kuma
Corrections

Day Two


Keynote 2

Growing the value of literacy with Māori
Bronwyn Yates

Session 3

"Creating new lives for prisoners through embedding LN in Horticulture and Grounds training"

Marian Jones (PDF, 63KB)
Riordan Crawford (PDF, 734KB)

Graeme Smith, Riordan Crawford, Marian Jones, Gerry Hindriksen
Corrections
Sharing practices and experiences of working with the Assessment Tool
Ben Gardiner, Sally Robertson
NZCER
Action Research (PDF, 1.3MB)
Noeline Wright
Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research, Waikato University

Session 4

Introducing the Youth Assessment development
Ben Gardiner, Sally Robertson
NZCER

Session 5

TEC updates (PDF, 941KB)
Aroha Puketapu
Literacy and Numeracy Principal Advisor, Tertiary Education Commission

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