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Jill Heinrich

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Last updated 06 December 2012 11:46 by NZTecAdmin


I think that really what we've achieved is a sense in the sector that it's everybody's business. It used to be that literacy and numeracy was the place where a few really expert people did a few really expert things with a few people. And what we've tried to do in strengthening the system is to say to providers across the board, teaching at tertiary level education, that actually it's everybody's business. So it's not just a specialist business, it's also a vocational tutor's business as well. And there's an awful lot that people can do to strengthen literacy and numeracy without being specialist and expert. But having said that, we do need experts to grow the professional field, we do need research, we do need development to keep taking us forward. And I think that there's no an interest and a critical mass of energy around it and that's exciting for us.



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