Project Details

Overview: 

Information and resources related to cultural capability in adult literacy and numeracy education. Covers topics such as using Pasifika pedagogies and culturally responsive teaching and learning methods.

Key Points to Note:

  • Demonstrating cultural capability in teaching programmes enhances learner engagement and promotes learner success.
  • These resources aim to support the development of cultural capability.
  • To get started, watch the Introduction to Engaging Pasifika Learners video.
  • Keep in mind, there are several resources available to support cultural capability, including videos and written resources to download.

Video

Pasifika Learner Success, Engaging Pasifika Learners: Introduction

A YouTube video explaining how to engage Pasifika learners.

(YouTube, 2.51 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Pasifika Learner Success, Knowing Pasifika Learners

A YouTube video explaining the cultural context of Pasifika learners.

(YouTube, 7.45 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Pasifika Learner Success, A Pasifika Worldview

A YouTube video explaining a Pasifika world view.

(YouTube, 4.33 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Pasifika Learner Success, Pasifika Learners' Context and Connections

A YouTube video explaining more about the cultural context of Pasifika learners.

(YouTube, 9.12 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Pasifika Learner Success, Supporting Pasifika Success

A YouTube video explaining what educators can do to support Pasifika learners.

(YouTube, 6.09 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Pasifika Learner Success, Māori Pasifika Learner Journeys

A YouTube video exploring the learner journeys of Māori and Pasifika learners.

(YouTube, 10.27 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Pasifika Learner Success, Me, Myself, I

A YouTube video about Pasifika cultural identity.

(YouTube, 10.59 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Pasifika Learner Success, Māori and Pasifika Artistic Thinkers

A YouTube video explaining Māori and Pasifika world views and strengths.

(YouTube, 11.01 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Pasifika Learner Success, Making It Work, Knowing My Learners

A YouTube video about the importance of knowing your Pasifika learners.

(YouTube, 12.57 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Pasifika Learner Success, Using Māori and Pacific Pedagogies in Literacy Learning

A YouTube video explaining Māori and Pasifika pedagogies in literacy learning.

(YouTube, 12.43 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Pasifika Learner Success, Ko te Frangipani - The Bloom of Success

A YouTube video explaining Pasifika worldviews.

(YouTube, 12.43 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Video

Pasifika Learner Success, Mapping Pasifika

 A YouTube video about working positively with Pasifika learners.

(YouTube, 9.52 mins, 240p).

  • 30 October 2012
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Tool

SUPPORTING RESOURCE | Pasifika Learner Success, Me, Myself, I

A resource to support the video of the same name and to use as a starting point for discussion.

(PDF, 459 KB, 2-pages).

  • 30 October 2012
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Tool

SUPPORTING RESOURCE | Pasifika Learner Success, Ko te Frangipani - The Bloom of Success

A resource to support a video of the same name and to use as a starting point for discussion.

(PDF, 416 KB, 2-pages).

  • 30 October 2012
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Workshop

Educational practices that benefit Pacific learners

Learn how to support success for Pacific learners by changing the strategies used within whole organisations. Explore Pacific learner experiences and contexts in New Zealand tertiary education.

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Conference

Pacific Tertiary Education Forum

APSTE and Ako Aotearoa are proud to present the 2018 Pacific Tertiary Education Forum (PTEF), a fono for tertiary practitioners and stakeholders to talanoa (discuss) and create solutions to increase the successful outcomes of Pasifika in Aotearoa.

The two-day forum will take place on Thursday 6th and Friday 7th September 2018 at Victoria University of Wellington.

  • 5 March 2018
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