Ako Aotearoa leads New Zealand's tertiary sector in building educational capability for learner success.

Report

Te Toka Herenga Waka: Increasing Māori Learner success at the Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki

This project report explores reasons behind the significant number of Māori student withdrawals in 2017 at the Western Institute of Technology at Taranaki (WITT). It also identifies strategies and approaches that can be used to enhance Māori student participation and achievement in a WITT context.

(PDF, 1.4 MB, 65-pages)

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Online workshop

Growing numeracy - Building confidence with numbers

Discover skills and resources to improve numeracy instruction and help learners increase their confidence and competency with numbers. This course has two facilitated online sessions with an online mentor available throughout to provide support and feedback on your use of the resources with your learners.

Success Story

Reflections on Excellent Teaching

Isabella Lenihan-Ikin, student representative NZUSA, reflects on the impact of excellent teaching at the Tertiary Teaching Excellence Awards ceremony at Parliament, October 2019.

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Healthcare Sector Resources

Adult literacy and numeracy resources that can be used both as professional learning for educators and trainers and as practical strategies for learners in the healthcare sector.

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Vocational education PLD PT

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Hospitality

A collection of presentations that talk about embedding literacy and numeracy in hospitality courses.

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Core Skills

Adult literacy and numeracy resources that can be used both as professional learning for educators and trainers and as practical teaching strategies for workplace- and classroom-based learning. Resources cover topics such as communication skills, developing a CV and understanding statistics.

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