UPDATED 12 Sept: At the request of the NZQA I need to make the following points clear:
- As I mentioned in my talk, the new ALNE qualifications represent a snapshot of a particular development stage of the revised qualifications as part of the NZQA’s Targeted Review of Qualifications or TRoQ. Also, as mentioned at the conference, I am a member of the ALNE Working group and involved in this development.
Here’s the original post below:
Here’s everything for my presentation at the Literacy and Numeracy Symposium in Wellington on Thursday afternoon. It’s pretty comprehensive.
In fact, it’s so comprehensive that unless you’ve got a burning desire to really know more about our mini-MOOC I’d encourage you to attend Damon Whitten’s workshop on numeracy at the same time. He’s the real deal. And he’s drawing from a very rich set of experiences in delivering numeracy to some of the toughest and most disengaged learners we have in this country.
- Actual handout: Click here to open the printable Google Doc handout.
- Graeme’s slides: 2014 LN Symposium Graeme’s SLIDES
Virtual Handouts and Other Information
- So what’s a MOOC? A short explanation on MOOCs including what ours is for.
- Virtual handout 1: Cool new stuff in Pathways Awarua.
- Virtual handout 2: New NCALNE Assessment Pathway.
- Virtual handout 3: Talking about the new ALNE qualifications.
- The first and second parts of my process for preparing for this workshop for anyone that’s interested.
- Funny stuff: Movie-style posters for Day of the MOOC and Return of the Day of the MOOC.
NCALNE (Voc) Assessment Pathway and NZ Dip ALNE
- If you are interested in signing up as paying NCALNE candidate, or you have staff who need to then you can email us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Likewise, if you want to go on a priority wait list for the forthcoming Diploma, then flick us an email or let me know in the comments.