The process of collecting evidence of learner benefit
Half-day workshop | $165 + GST
About the workshop
This interactive 3-hour workshop provides participants with practical information on the importance of evidence-based education and how they can integrate evidence collection into their day-to-day practice.
The session will aid participants to clarify what in their practice works best for learners and will offer ways to support their professional, reflective practice.
The workshop is based on: A Tertiary Practitioner’s Guide to Collecting Evidence of Learner Benefit – a report prepared by Anne Alkema.
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About the facilitator
Jennifer Leahy has a detailed knowledge of teaching adults having worked for 10 years as a lecturer in adult education at the University of Canterbury and Christchurch College of Education.
Prior to that she worked for 12 years as Education Coordinator in the three prisons in Christchurch.
Most recently Jennifer has been involved in teaching adults at Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, and a range of community education programmes. She is working on her PhD specialising in adult education.
Jennifer is delighted to again present this next chapter of ideas on collective evidence of learner benefit.
These workshops are part of Ako Aotearoa’s Professional Development Programme – an initiative to bring high quality, evidence-based and affordable professional development to educators and managers across New Zealand’s diverse tertiary education sector.
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