Pathways to capability building
Presentation video and slides
View the recording of the presentation held at the TEC on 31 March 2021.
Overview of the presentation recording
- 00:04 Developing capability in LLN education | Damon Whitten
- 19:54 The whakapapa of the LLN infrastructure | Annette van Lamoen
- 25:41 The challenges for learners and educators | Annette van Lamoen
- 38:20 Supporting Māori cultural capabilities with educators | Mei Winitana
- 46:31 Achieving equity for Pacific learners I Saylene Ulberg and Pale Sauni
- 59:49 Tapatoru: Recognising, strengthening and rewarding practitioner capability | Graeme Smith
In 2017 the TEC commissioned a review of sector adult literacy and numeracy teaching capability.
In response to this the TEC funded Ako Aotearoa to:
1. develop a new Capability Building Model
2. design new Professional Learning and Development courses, which were tailored to individual needs
3. develop an Adult Literacy and Numeracy Effective Practice Model to give educators guidance in effective pedagogical practice
4. create the Tapatoru Ako Professional Practice Framework
5. develop a Māori Cultural Capability pathway and a Pacific Cultural Centredness pathway to help build educator cultural capability
6. prepare resources on learner agency.
We discussed the current challenges for learners and educators in foundation education and our response to these at the presentation on 31 March 2021.
As a follow-up from the presentation on 31 March 2021 Ako Aotearoa published a Context Review to provide an overview of national and international literature, policy documentation, and research findings.
A sector stakeholder meeting was held on 18 November 2021 to further discuss the pathways to capability building. Download a copy of the Discussion Paper.
Keen to find out more?
Check out these links to learn more about Ako Aotearoa and relevant research:
- Research on teacher quality as a primary factor in learner success
- Impact evaluation of ALNACC 2020 PLD
- Ako Aotearoa: Koronga rautaki mahitahi, Shared strategic agenda
- Ako Aotearoa: Tō tātou anamata, Our future
- Foundation-level workplace training programmes
- Adult literacy and numeracy in Aotearoa New Zealand: Context, conceptual issues and existing evidence
- An empirical portrait of NZ adults living with low literacy and numeracy skills
- Review of research and evaluation on improving adult literacy and numeracy skills