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Last updated 29 July 2013 12:32 by NZTecAdmin
Developing the themes of Dr Vaioleti’s Keynote Address and Makere Derbyshire sharing effective strategies for working with Māori and Pacific youth (and others) in an educational setting. (PDF, 1MB)
Presenters: Dr Timote Vaioleti, School of Māori and Pacific Development / Faculty of Education, University of Waikato and Makere Derbyshire, Head Tutor, Certificate in Work Skills “He Poutama Ako”, Whitireia Polytechnic
The impact of dyslexia on adults and ways educators and employers can minimise the impact. (Presentation)
Presenter: Dr Sue Dymock, Faculty of Education, University of Waikato
Unlocking action enquiry: A case study in prison. (Presentation) Presenter: Dr Noeline Wright, Faculty of Education, University of Waikato
Skills Boost - Scalable and sustainable literacy and learning support in the Health and Community sector. (Presentation, PDF, 622KB)
Presenter: Cushla Wilson, Learning Engagement Adviser, Careerforce
Literacy and numeracy: At the core of foundational education. (Presentation, PDF, 484KB)
Presenter: Josh Williams, Ministry of Education

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07 July 2017 07:12
THat was a nice concept to help manny students on their related subjects. As slowly this problem of dislexia is eradicating in many places and schools as per http://resume-writing-services.reviews/ articles and this will improve childrens mind and study as well.
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