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Last updated 01 March 2013 11:25 by NZTecAdmin

National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults Symposium

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

Dates: 27 and 28 June 2013

Theme: ‘Embedded Literacy and Numeracy in Practice and Research’

Programme

View the 2013 Symposium Programme

Keynote address

Lau.Dr Timote Vaioleti, School of Māori & Pacific Development / Faculty of Education at the University of Waikato
View the PDF that accompanies this presentation

Plenary sessions

Re-tooling for learning in changing times (PDF,642.8KB) View notes that accompany this presentation (PDF,1.40MB)Robyn Baker, Director, New Zealand Council of Educational Research (NZCER)

Embedding critical numeracy in practice and research. Dr Keiko Yasukawa, University of Technology, Sydney

“But you might ask a painter to teach literacy and numeracy...”
View the PDF of the slides that accompanies this presentation (PDF, 2.2MB) Rachel Bulliff, Kushla Glover, Ritchie Howard and Arnie Kumar from the Department of Corrections; and Graeme Smith, Adult Literacy & Education Consulting (ALEC) Limited
Inaugural International Literacy Day Winner’s Address.
Bronwyn Yates, Te Tumuaki (CEO), Literacy Aotearoa Inc.

Series 1

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
Unlocking action enquiry: A case study in prison. (Presentation) Presenter: Andrew Wood, Corrections
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

Series 2

Updates and new information about the Assessment Tool.
View the PDF of the slides in this presentation: Updates and new information about the Assessment Tool. (Presentation, PDF, 936.3KB)Presenter: Aroha Puketapu, Principal Adviser, Literacy, Language and Numeracy, Tertiary Education Commission
A thousand steps, a long time, a lot of words: Benefits of a community-based ESOL literacy programme for Migrant Mothers. (Presentation, PDF, 1.2MB) Presenter: Celia Hope, Wintec
Possibilities and potentialities - Developing your own potential. (Presentation, PDF, 1.2MB) Presenter: Damon Whitten, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults
Addressing the needs of employees who speak English as an additional language in a workplace literacy context. (Workshop, PDF, 104KB) Presenter: Nick Moore, Workplace Literacy Co-ordinator / Teacher Trainer, Languages International, Auckland
Making sense of division processes: Experimenting with alternative strategies. (Workshop, PDF, 1.8MB) Presenter: Associate Professor Jenny Young-Loveridge, University of Waikato

Hon Steven Joyce - Address to the Symposium

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

Series 3

Sharing experiences in conducting critical pedagogies and research. (Workshop)
Presenter: Dr Keiko Yasukawa, University of Technology, Sydney
Entrepreneurial education: Business model innovation for literacy and numeracy professionals. (Workshop, PDF, 1.40MB)
Presenter: Graeme Smith, Adult Literacy & Education Consulting (ALEC) Limited
Academic literacies - Exposing the entire iceberg. (Workshop) Presenter: Mark Smith, Academic Adviser, Unitec
Illuminating and advocating success beyond the numbers. (Presentation, PDF, 3.3MB) Presenters: Dr Vaughan Bidois, Dr Cheryl Stephens and Pania Te Maro, Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi
Understanding and working with Assessment Tool data. (Workshop)
Presenter: Ben Gardiner, New Zealand Council of Educational Research (NZCER)

Series 4

Learner improvement or learner achievement in literacy and numeracy: What matters most? (Workshop, PDF, 566KB)
Presenter: Dr Elly Govers, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults
Measuring and enhancing the outcomes of research projects: A systematic approach. (Presentation, PDF, 520KB)
Presenter: Dr Peter Coolbear, Director, Ako Aotearoa
Adult dyslexia: What we know and what we need to know. (Presentation, PDF, 1.6MB)
Presenter: Annette van Lamoen, National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults / Enrich+ Education
Rapua te mea ngaro - Revealing Māori numeracy in marae processes. (Workshop)
Presenters: Conny Huaki, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa; Herewini Easton, Unitec Institute of Technology; and Waitiahoaho Emery, Waiariki Institute of Technology / National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults
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Understanding and working with Assessment Tool data. (Workshop)
Presenter: Ben Gardiner, New Zealand Council of Educational Research (NZCER)

 

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