This stunningly illustrated resource describes the training experiences of adult educators who attended workshops aimed at embedding literacy and numeracy in courses designed for Māori learners. It concludes with guidelines and practical suggestions for learner success.
It will be of useful for Māori teachers and anyone working with Māori students.
The Central Hub works with the Adult and Community Education networks in the region each year to offer support for the activities they undertake during Adult Learners’ Week (ALW). This year we are involved in some very worthwhile events:
This research gave a wellbeing improvement programme to first-year students studying by distance at the Open Polytechnic. It then measured how that project affected the academic success of those students and discusses the results.
Two interactive learning resources were developed and trialled to gauge their effects on the learning of health science students. This will be of interest to those teachers planning the use of similar resources.
Ian Rowe, Central Hub operations manager caught up with two teachers following their professional development workshop experience. He finds out how their teaching has been influenced by the sessions and what they are doing differently in their teaching.
Debra Maddox, Learning Designer in the e-Learning Team at Universal College of Learning, Palmerston North, reports on the highlights of last week’s Learning Futures Symposium co-sponsored by Ako Aotearoa and DELFA at Massey University.