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Case Study Seven:Literacy and Numeracy Ideas Involved


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Last updated 26 October 2012 15:29 by NZTecAdmin

Leigh Anderton working with Art and Design students Ramene Ihaia, Stephanie Mooney, and Dawson Tepu

• A key purpose of assessment is to inform the learner and support the development of lifelong learning.
• For literacy and numeracy outcomes, as with any learning outcome: “Adult learners need to know why they’re learning, what they’re learning, and where it leads.” (Knowles, M, 1970/1990. The adult learner: a neglected species. Houston: Gulf Publishing)
• When using the ALNAT, learners should be fully informed about the purpose of an assessment and what they can expect to learn from doing an assessment.
• Time should be allocated for discussing assessment results with learners.

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