Guidelines for maximising student use of Independent Learning Centres
This report presents a range of practices currently being utilised to support learners in Independent Learning Centres (ILCs) across New Zealand. It focuses largely on centres that support ESOL learners.
Kerstin Dofs – CPIT and Moira Hobbs – Unitec
In this report Kerstin Dofs (CPIT) and Moira Hobbs (UNITEC) present a range of practices currently being used by Independent Learning Centres (ILCs) across New Zealand to support learners.
The report focuses largely on centres that support ESOL learners and is intended to provide a range of good practice examples that new or existing centres might implement.
The metaphor of the rose is used to describe the practices; with the centre of the rose representing the learner and the petals representing the necessary layers of organisational support surrounding the learner in order for them to succeed.
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