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Last updated 06 June 2017 14:54 by NZTecAdmin

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Learning and Skills Improvement Service. (2010). Literacy and numeracy health check: A whole organisation approach to improving quality. Retrieved from http://archive.excellencegateway.org.uk/

NCLANA. (n.d.). The ‘Knowings’ framework: Knowing the learner; knowing the demands; and knowing what to do. Retrieved from www.literacyandnumeracyforadults.com

NCLANA. (2014a). Enhancing the Adult Literacy and Numeracy Implementation Strategy through data-driven decision-making: A framework for developing organisational benchmarks for literacy and numeracy learner outcomes – the framework. Hamilton, NZ: Author. Retrieved from http://tec.govt.nz/assets/Publications-and-others/Enhancing-adult-literacy-numeracy-implementation-strategy-through-data-driven-decision-making-framework.pdf

NCLANA. (2014b). Enhancing the Adult Literacy and Numeracy Implementation Strategy through data-driven decision-making: A framework for developing organisational benchmarks for literacy and numeracy learner outcomes – user guide. Hamilton, NZ: Author. Retrieved from http://tec.govt.nz/assets/Forms-templates-and-guides/Enhancing-adult-literacy-numeracy-implementation-strategey-through-data-driven-decision-making-user-guide.pdf

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TEC. (2009). Strengthening Literacy and Numeracy through Embedding: Theoretical framework and guidelines. Wellington, NZ: Tertiary Education Commission. Retrieved from https://www.literacyandnumeracyforadults.com/files/12836951/Theoretical-Framework-2009.pdf

 

 

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