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Last updated 22 July 2014 14:51 by NZTecAdmin

National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults Symposium

Ki te whai ao, ki te ao mārama - Enquiry, experimentation and creativity.

Dates: 9 and 10 July 2014

Theme: 'COMMON THREADS: Sharing effective practice for diverse learners'

               'KO NGA MIRO TAURITE: Tukua kia rere'

Programme

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Keynote address

Associate Professor Mere Berryman, Te Kotahitanga, Faculty of Education at the University of Waikato

Relational and culturally responsive approaches to learning and literacy

View the PDF that accompanies this presentation

Plenary sessions

The latest international survey of adult skills: What does PIAAC mean for us in New Zealand?

View the PDF of the slides that accompanies this presentation (PDF, 821kb) Professor Diana Coben, Director, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults, University of Waikato, and David Earle, Chief Research Analyst, Ministry of Education

What is the Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) doing in adult literacy and numeracy?

View the PDF of the slides that accompanies this presentation (PDF, 1.5)Aroha Puketapu, Principal Adviser Literacy and Numeracy, TEC, and David Do, Adviser Literacy and Numeracy, TEC

Plenary Panel

Workplace literacy and numeracy: The role and place of employers

Taylor Preston

Sandy Johnson Peninsula People

Dave Bisset Training Support

Bev Cassidy-Mackenzie, Chief Executive, Equal Employment Opportunity Trust 

International Literacy Day Winner’s Address.
Rachel Bulliff, Department of Corrections

Series 1

Youth assessment overview. (Presentation, PDF, 523.8kb)
Presenters: Ben Gardiner, Sally Robertson and Jan Eyre, New Zealand Council of Educational Research (NZCER)
Embedding literacy and numeracy: Evidence informing practice: practice informing evidence (Presentation, PDF, 190.6KB)
Facilitators: Professor Diana Coben and Niki McCartney, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults

Series 2

Advancing the participation of Pacific learners: The Waikato example (Presentation, PDF, 1.5MB) Presenters: Dr E. Marcia Johnson and Marie-Christine Wells, Centre for Tertiary Teaching and Learning, University of Waikato
Listening to our sector: The journey towards workable models of embedded literacy. (Presentation, PDF, 2.2MB) Presenter: Cushla Wilson and Ifi Ripley, Careerforce
Māori Strategic Plan.Presentation, PDF, 226.5kb) Presenter: National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults
Hands-on numeracy activities for youth Presenter: Warren Shepheard, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults

Series 3

Using Pathways Awarua to support literacy and numeracy development(Presentation)
Presenter: Deb Dove, Aviation and Travel Training Group
Voices on Embedded Literacy and Numeracy Whole Organisation Implementation (PDF, 282kb)
Presenter: Niki McCartney, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults; Kevin Uncles and Nancy Groh, Wairaki Institute of Technology; Vicki Pemberton, NorthTec; Sharon Jamieson and Barry Judd, Horowhenua Learning Centre
Pasifika Literacy: Reporting on a research project Presenter: Analiese Robertson, Adult and Community Education (ACE) Aotearoa
Youth engagement for improved literacy and numeracy (Presentation, PDF, 197.2kb) Presenters: Makere Derbyshire, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults

Hon Steven Joyce - Address to the Symposium

Hon Steven Joyce, Minister for Tertiary Education: Address to the Symposium

Youth version assessment tool launch

Hon Steven Joyce, Minister for Tertiary Education: Q&A session


Series 4

Teaching course design for improved literacies.Presenter: Diana Ayling, Unitec Institute of Technology, Te Whare Wananga o Wairaka

Tertiary Education Commission literacy and numeracy research to support effective teaching and learning practice for improving literacy and numeracy outcomes. (Presentation, PDF, 748.9kb)

Presenter: Kathryn Hazelwood, TEC, and Anne Alkema, Heathrose Research

Language, culture and identity. (Presentation, PDF, 2.1MB)Presenter: Waitiahoaho Emery, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults
Theory into practice: Improving adult literacy education through tutor training. (Presentation, PDF, 748.9kb)Presenter: Annette van Lamoen, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults

Series 5

Critical factors for the successful implementation of an organisational Language, Literacy and Numeracy (LLN) strategy: A Private Training Establishment (PTE) perspective (Presentation, PDF, 1.9MB)

Presenter: Nimi Kaur, New Zealand Management Academies (NZMA)

English language learners and the Assessment Tool. (Presentation, PDF, 338.5kb)Presenter: Dr Christopher Lane, Ministry of Education

Developing learner performance benchmarks to support continuous improvement of embedded literacy and numeracy. (Presentation, PDF, 286.5kb)Presenter: Dr Elly Govers, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults

Going off piste: Using numeracy activities ti enrich and enthuse. (Presentation, PDF, 1.1MB)Presenter: Adrian Brunt, Christchurch Polytechnic and Institute of Technology

Series 6

More than words: "Pasifika Success as Pasifika" in two community projects. (Presentation, PDF, 946.9MB)Presenter: Clark Tuagalu and Pale Sauni, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults

Ko nga miro taurite: Tukua Kia rere. (Presentation, PDF, 2.1MB)Presenter: Herewini Easton and Waitiahoaho Emery, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults

Pathways Awarua and Adult Literacy Education Consulting Limited: Don't be spooked by the MOOC ... (Presentation, PDF, 4MB)Presenter: Graeme Smith, Adult Literacy and Education Consulting Limited (ALEC)

What's really happening in adult numeracy lessons? PDF, 3.2MB)Presenter: Damon Whitten, National Centre of Literacy and Numercay for Adults


Series 7

Building houses, building literacy skills, building confidence: A team approach to embedding literacy and numeracy into a Level 3 Pasifika Carpentry Programme.  Presenter: Len Matautia, Aleeshea Reid and Manaini Cama, Wellington Institute of Technology

 

Online learning in prison: Access to e-learning improves outcomes for learners. (Presentation, PDF,932.1kb) Presenter: Rachel Buliff, Department of Corrections, recipient of the National Centre's Interantional Literacy Day Award 2013

Tairakau: The journey of a personal finance resource. (Presentation, PDF, 1.5MB) Presenter: Teone Sciascia, Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu

Numeracy Activities (Presentation, PDF, 1.4MB)

Presenter: Adrienne Dearnley, Otago Polytechnic


Series 8

Listening to our sector: Pasifika voices at the heart of the matter. (Presentation, PDF, 1.7MB) Dr Nicky Murray, Careerforce, and Tina Rose, Education Unlimited

Upcoming Assessment Tool developments Māori world-view and ESOL options. (Presentation, PDF, 267.8kb)Presenter: Ben Gardiner, Sally Robertson and Jan Eyre, New Zealand Council of Educational Research

Pre-employment skills course: Our vision and methodology. (Presentation, PDF, 1.1MB)Presenter: Lisa Kohuni and Gillian Bowen, Career Network

 

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