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Mātauranga, Talanoa and Taokotai : knowledge, conversation and collaboration
Date: 6 October 2016
Venue: The Māori/Pāsifika forum at Manukau Institute of Technology in Auckland
Cost: $75 + GST
This is the space where Māori and Pasifika educators can acknowledge their own potential and how that can best be used to empower our learners.
Ako Aotearoa and the Industry Training Federation will host the 2016 New Zealand Vocational Education and Training Research Forum in Wellington on 18 and 19 October.
We are pleased to announce addresses from three keynote speakers; Professor Ewart Keep, Professor Alison Fuller, and Professor John Buchanan.
In addition, this year’s programme will include sessions exploring such topics as: Employer and learner perspectives on work-based learning, Use of new technologies to support learning and quality in vocational and professional education, Literacy and language issues and more.
Tuia Te Ako is Ako Aotearoa’s Māori flagship event and takoha to the Māori tertiary education sector.
Tuia Te Ako 2016 will be held at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa in Māngere on 7 and 8 December 2016.
Online registrations are open now.
These upcoming half-day workshops in Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch are specifically designed for teams who are either reviewing a higher education learning program or developing a new one.
Presented by Emeritus Professor Geoff Scott, from Western Sydney University in Australia, the workshops will summarise the findings from his work with 3700 Learning and Teaching Leaders who have co-created the online FLIPCurric tool.
- Wellington - Monday 17 October SOLD OUT
- Hamilton - Tuesday 18 October
- Auckland - Wednesday 19 October
- Christchurch - Friday 21 October
A non-refundable $25+GST fee applies.
Refreshments will be provided.