Ako, Aro and Whanaungatanga: How to make a difference for your Māori adult learners in literacy and numeracy
Ako, Aro and Whanaungatanga has been designed around the key concepts of Ako (teaching and learning), Aro (reflective practice) and Whanaungatanga (relationships) and uses a practical, strengths-based approach to cover a range of strategies and techniques to enhance learner engagement.
If you are interested in holding an in-house workshop, please contact Dr Mei Winitana M.Winitana@massey.ac.nz
Each workshop comes with pre- and post-workshop consultancy support to assist TEOs to identify needs, and develop a plan for embedding the desired changes in practice and/or process.
The resources are aligned towards the NCALNE and NCALNE (VOC) qualifications.
Find out more about this programme
- Meet the facilitators
- Read more about the He Taunga Waka project
- Read more about The Pasifika Wave: How to make a difference for your Pasifika adult learners in literacy and numeracy