exploring ako | knowing relevant practices

ONLINE WORKSHOP

Exploring Ako | Knowing relevant practices | 14 October 2024

Event Details

Date:
14 October 2024

Time:
12.00pm – 1.00pm

Exploring Ako series:
This workshop is a part of a series investigating six principles for enhancing learner outcomes in tertiary education.

Price

$50 + GST (includes booking fees) Register

This workshop focuses on Principle 2, knowing relevant practices. Evidence-based practices and ongoing evaluation encourage ākonga to engage actively with subject content and each other, and to challenge the thinking, fixed practices, or misunderstandings of both ākonga and kaiako.

By the end of the workshop, kaiako will be able to:

  • identify a range of evidence-based practices that encourage ākonga to engage actively with subject content and each other
  • consider tools for ongoing evaluation of teaching impact on ākonga learning

This workshop series is designed to support the aims of the Ako Aotearoa project Ako Explored – Six principles for enhancing learner outcomes in tertiary education

Exploring Ako workshop series

This online workshop series investigates six key principles for enhancing learner outcomes in tertiary education.

Participants are welcome to attend any combination of overview and elective workshops. Attending the overview workshop first will assist in choosing from the following electives, but is not required. 

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About the facilitator

Facilitator Jane Terrell

Jane is an independent educational facilitator with experience in a wide range of tertiary education and industry contexts.

She is dedicated to ensuring educational success for under-prepared ākonga groups underpinned by her commitment to “ako”, teaching and learning as a reciprocal process.

Digital badges

Kaiako will receive a digital badge for participation and will be strongly encouraged to participate in an ongoing Community of Practice to support implementation of the six principles, and reflect on their impact on successful outcomes for ākonga. 

Kaiako can receive a second digital badge, after at least three months, for providing evidence of the implementation of new principles and professional sharing of practices, and the impact of these on outcomes for ākonga.

 

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HOSTED BY

Ako Aotearoa and facilitator Jane Terrell

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