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Relational and culturally responsive approaches to learning and literacy

Supporting learners, Educational outcomes, Pacific learner success, Māori learner success, Adult and community education, Literacy and numeracy skills, Cultural Capability Pathways Foundation and Bridging Education
Published: 7 July 2014

A NCLANA Symposium presentation that explores how learners’ literacy learning can be better understood as a result of the interactions between the preferred values, relationships, beliefs, and interactions they have learned from their homes and cultural communities, together with the values, beliefs and behaviours learned from their relationships and interactions with teachers and peers at school. Presented by Mere Berryman, The University of Waikato. Published 7 July 2014.