Ako Aotearoa Adult Literacy, Numeracy and Cultural Capability (ALNACC) Roadshow
We are kicking off our Adult Literacy, Numeracy and Cultural Capability (ALNACC) professional learning programme for 2019 with a roadshow, bringing you all you need to know about our brand-new PLD offerings.
Each roadshow session will have two concurrent workshops:
Literacy and Māori Cultural Capability
This workshop includes:
- tasters of some of our literacy PLD offerings this year
teaching and learning strategies for spelling and reading comprehension
an activity on the Māori world view of spelling
practical tips on how to support learners with reading difficulties.
This workshop is also an introduction to the online ‘Māori Cultural Capability Pathway’ resource. This pathway offers opportunities for practitioners to develop their knowledge and understanding of some Māori educational pedagogies – with modules of work titled ‘Ako’ (Learning/ Teaching), ‘Manaakitanga’ (Caring), ‘Rangatiratanga’(Empowering students), and ‘Whanaungatanga’(Relationships). There will be opportunities to attempt some of the interactive activities, and to discuss their application to your practice.
Numeracy and Pacific Cultural Centredness
This workshop embarks on a journey into the culture and values of the Pacific Peoples and explores how these might be used to engage Pacific learners in the world of numeracy.
Content areas include:
- Understanding why many people struggle with numeracy and strategies for how this can be addressed
- Ideas, tips and hints for creating numeracy lessons in a culturally engaging manner.
This workshop is also an introduction to the online ‘Pacific Cultural Centredness Pathway’ resource. Staying connected to one’s indigenous heritage is paramount for Pacific Peoples. Centred on the seven Pacific Island nations of Samoa, Tonga, Fiji, Cook Islands, Niue, Tokelau and Tuvalu, the content enriches and strengthens the cultural awareness and knowledge of tertiary educators working with Pacific learners. Provided here are insights into the cultural concepts of Respect, Spirituality and Reciprocity, Family and Community Responsiveness, and Leadership and Service.
New Zealand (nationwide)
Contact: Kelly Te Heuheu
(04) 979 3427