Workshop Details

This is a facilitated onlinecoursecomprising two one-hour sessionsand a facilitator supported community of practice requiring one to twohours of involvement per week for four weeks. 

Topics covered

The course covers:

  • how adult difficulties with number skills interferes with course completion, workplace performance and everyday tasks
  • strategies to develop partitioning skills, addition and subtraction skills, multiplicative skills, and problem-solving skills within the context of tertiary programmes
  • support for tutors to develop their own toolbox of contextualised numeracy tasks for their program
  • a process for targeting, planning, and developing adult learners’ numeracy skills
  • a deep-dive into specific strategies designed to effectively develop lower-skilled learners’ number skills
  • introduction to a range of resources designed to develop learners’ skills.

The learning outcomes

 At the end of this course participants will: 

  • understand why learners struggle with number skills and employ strategies to address this
  • use diagnostic assessment to identify learners’ needs and next steps
  • plan, design and deliver targeted and effective lessons to learners
  • use a range of resources in a targeted and contextualised way to support and develop learners' skills.

Who is this in-house course for? 

This course is recommended for teaching and learning support practitioners seeking to expand their understanding and practice. (Tapatoru Pūkenga Papa Rua – Level 2)

Ako Aotearoa badges

Participants can earn Ako Aotearoa digital badges as evidence of participation and completion of course requirements.

 

Email aln@ako.ac.nz to book an in-house course on this topic. 

Upcoming public workshops on this topic

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  1. In-house Learning and Development
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