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Ako Aotearoa
Ako Aotearoa

Etahi kōrero anō mō Ako Aotearoa: ā mātau tāngata, ngā mahi, ngā pūtea, ngā pitopito kōrero me ētahi anō

Pokapū Rauemi
Pokapū Rauemi

Kimihia ngā rauemi ā-ringa, kounga hoki hei tautoko i te ako i te Pokapū Rauemi

Rōpū
Rōpū

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Rārangi Rangahau
Rārangi Rangahau

Kimihia he rangahau, he kaupapa rānei e pā ana ki te mātauranga matua i Aotearoa i te Rārangi Rangahau

Registrations are now open for the hui, held 8 -10 July 2015 and co-hosted by Te Tapuae o Rēhua it will be held at Te Kete Ika, Lincoln University, Canterbury. The theme for 2015 is Whakarauora – Revitalisation.

The Centre for Studies in Multiple Pathways and Ako Aotearoa are pleased to welcome you to the fifth Conference on Multiple Pathways and Transitions: Pathways, Transitions and Working Across Boundaries: Te Ara Whakamana 2015.

Register now

Twenty-three Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology staff attended the Supporting adult dyslexics in tertiary education and training in-house workshop at their Professional Development Day in February. Facilitated by Mike Styles from the Primary ITO, this "no-nonsense delivery about dyslexia” was compelling for all – and had a particularly profound effect on one participant.

Described by one participant as “A fit for purpose model that needs to be embedded in our work”, more than 80 managers and practitioners explored results-focused models at the recent round of Evaluative Self-Assessment workshops, aiming to capture the building blocks required for organisations to achieve their aspirations. Facilitated by Evaluation Consult, the workshops ran as public and in-house events around the country during March.