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Last updated 18 February 2016 11:11 by NZTecAdmin

This section contains links to current research pertaining to adult literacy and numeracy. If you would like to suggest information for this area please contact: nclana.website@waikato.ac.nz

Participate in research

The National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults undertakes research and evaluation studies regularly as part of our commitment to continuous improvement and good practice. We would appreciate your participation in these activities if you are invited to do so. By participating in our research and evaluation studies, you contribute to embedded literacy and numeracy good practice and help to improve our professional development and learning programmes.

Research

Action Enquiry

Findings and case study reports from recent Action Enquiry projects

Strengthening Literacy and Numeracy: The Theoretical Framework

The theoretical framework outlines the research-based understandings that can be used as a basis for making principled decisions about strengthening literacy and numeracy in vocational training.

 

Organisation Benchmarks for Literacy and Numeracy

The National Centre of Literacy and Numeracy for Adults has been contracted by the Tertiary Education Commission to develop a framework that will assist Tertiary Education and Industry Training Organisations with setting benchmarks to measure learner outcomes in literacy and numeracy.

 

Links to Research Organsiations (including New Zealand)

This section contains links to research projects and published collections from various organisations around the world.

 

 

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