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2009 NCALE (Voc)
• Welcome to the Pre Course Blurb
 Your Place
 Thursday, 22 October 2009
Who is
ALEC?

What kind
of training?
NCALE (Vocational)
• National Certificate in
  Adult Literacy Education
  (Vocational/Workplace)
• Level 5 40 Credits
NCALE (Vocational)
• Part time
• Project-based
• Workshops
• Just enough*

*Keep your eye on the red asterisk
NCALE (Vocational)
• Embedded Content
  = 10 credits
  US9685 – Report writing
  US21196 – Design literacy skills
  develo...
NCALE (Vocational)
• Why am I here?
• Why are others doing
  this course?
NCALE (Vocational)
*Our goal is not to turn
 you into a literacy expert...
 You’re already an expert in your own field.
NCALE (Vocational)
*What you need to know
 is just enough to embed
 the literacy and numeracy
 that your learners need
 PD...
Embedding
LN
• It’s not
  Rocket
  Science
 Despite what
 you may have
 been told
What can
I expect?
• Day 1 – Big Picture
• Day 2 – Mapping
• Day 3 – Diagnostic
• Day 4 – Embedded LN
          Project
• ...
What does
ALEC
expect?
• Culture of learning
• Timeframe
• Study groups
• Talk to us
What does
ALEC
expect?
• Learner Handbook
  Complaints
  Reassessments
  Appeals
• 0800-ALEC-1-2
  graeme@alec.ac.nz
1st   things   1 st



               • Do we have all your
                 details correct?
               • Have you do...
Training Days
Overview
Day 1
• Big Picture
   The view from 33,000 ft
   Including Key Concepts, the NZ Context and
   background, as well as con...
Day 2
• Mapping with the Learning Progressions
   Mapping texts, tasks, and learners
   Just enough
   Quick and dirty
   ...
Day 3
•Diagnostic Testing for
 LN
  Tools for your
  toolbox
  Learning Progressions
  What to do with the
  results
Day 4
• Embedded LN Project
   Learning Plans
   Strategies
   Activities
   Resources
   Assessment
   Evaluation
Day 5
• The Wrap Up
   Presentations...
   Your project work
   Where to from here?
What next?
• Well... Before your training starts you need to
  review the rest of this presentation
• Think about the ques...
What next?
• Get started on some of the reading
• Complete the Pre Course Tasks
• Make sure we have all your details
Food



       for thought
• What do you
  think of when
  you hear these
  words?
 • Literacy
 • Numeracy
• How does low
  LN impact your
  learners?*
   • Think of one
     example




* Or workforce... or the people
  who need...
• How does
  others’ low LN
  impact your
  work?
  • Think of one
    example
• How does low
  LN impact our
  communities?
 • Think of one
   example
Is there a
problem?
• If yes... Why?
• And what does it
  mean?
• What’s your situation?
So what?
• And if something is
  broken... How are we
  going to fix it? What’s
  the remedy?
What’s going on?
• Who has a vested interest in doing
  something about low LN? And why?
  •   You?
  •   Your organisatio...
What are you going to do?

   WHAT ARE YOU
   GOING TO DO?
Tune in next time for
answers to these and
other exciting
questions...
Contact
graeme@alec.ac.nz
  0800-ALEC-1-2
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  1. 1. 2009 NCALE (Voc) • Welcome to the Pre Course Blurb Your Place Thursday, 22 October 2009
  2. 2. Who is ALEC? What kind of training?
  3. 3. NCALE (Vocational) • National Certificate in Adult Literacy Education (Vocational/Workplace) • Level 5 40 Credits
  4. 4. NCALE (Vocational) • Part time • Project-based • Workshops • Just enough* *Keep your eye on the red asterisk
  5. 5. NCALE (Vocational) • Embedded Content = 10 credits US9685 – Report writing US21196 – Design literacy skills development Don’t worry if this slide doesn’t mean anything yet... We’ll explain it when we get together
  6. 6. NCALE (Vocational) • Why am I here? • Why are others doing this course?
  7. 7. NCALE (Vocational) *Our goal is not to turn you into a literacy expert... You’re already an expert in your own field.
  8. 8. NCALE (Vocational) *What you need to know is just enough to embed the literacy and numeracy that your learners need PD with ALEC will help you do that
  9. 9. Embedding LN • It’s not Rocket Science Despite what you may have been told
  10. 10. What can I expect? • Day 1 – Big Picture • Day 2 – Mapping • Day 3 – Diagnostic • Day 4 – Embedded LN Project • Day 5 – Wrap up
  11. 11. What does ALEC expect? • Culture of learning • Timeframe • Study groups • Talk to us
  12. 12. What does ALEC expect? • Learner Handbook Complaints Reassessments Appeals • 0800-ALEC-1-2 graeme@alec.ac.nz
  13. 13. 1st things 1 st • Do we have all your details correct? • Have you done the pre course tasks?
  14. 14. Training Days Overview
  15. 15. Day 1 • Big Picture The view from 33,000 ft Including Key Concepts, the NZ Context and background, as well as connections to Maori Literacy
  16. 16. Day 2 • Mapping with the Learning Progressions Mapping texts, tasks, and learners Just enough Quick and dirty Some new words to learn
  17. 17. Day 3 •Diagnostic Testing for LN Tools for your toolbox Learning Progressions What to do with the results
  18. 18. Day 4 • Embedded LN Project Learning Plans Strategies Activities Resources Assessment Evaluation
  19. 19. Day 5 • The Wrap Up Presentations... Your project work Where to from here?
  20. 20. What next? • Well... Before your training starts you need to review the rest of this presentation • Think about the questions that follow
  21. 21. What next? • Get started on some of the reading • Complete the Pre Course Tasks • Make sure we have all your details
  22. 22. Food for thought
  23. 23. • What do you think of when you hear these words? • Literacy • Numeracy
  24. 24. • How does low LN impact your learners?* • Think of one example * Or workforce... or the people who need your expertise...
  25. 25. • How does others’ low LN impact your work? • Think of one example
  26. 26. • How does low LN impact our communities? • Think of one example
  27. 27. Is there a problem? • If yes... Why? • And what does it mean? • What’s your situation?
  28. 28. So what? • And if something is broken... How are we going to fix it? What’s the remedy?
  29. 29. What’s going on? • Who has a vested interest in doing something about low LN? And why? • You? • Your organisation? • TEC and NZQA? • Big Government?
  30. 30. What are you going to do? WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO?
  31. 31. Tune in next time for answers to these and other exciting questions...
  32. 32. Contact graeme@alec.ac.nz 0800-ALEC-1-2

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