Educators, teachers, facilitators and employers can register and create a ‘group’ for their learners on Pathways Awarua. An educator can manage their learners’ membership, recommend modules, track learner progress and generate reports for all learners in their group.

There are over 400 modules to choose from. As learners move along the pathways the modules introduce more complex knowledge and skills. Modules are structured so that as learners progress through the module the teaching scaffolds are removed until the learner is independently using the new skill or concept. Learners can move along the pathways in any sequence, at their own pace.

Pathways Awarua helps learners become self-directed in their learning, as it’s easy to use, fun and engaging. It gives learners’ skills that they can use every day, in contexts that are both familiar and useful.

Helping learners and employees build their essential skills benefits everyone and their success will give you better outcomes. Together, you can ‘go places now’ on Pathways Awarua.

Tertiary Educator account

Register for a Tertiary Educator account to use Pathways Awarua with a class of learners and access the professional development pathways, including Cultural Capabilities.

Selecting your tertiary organisation from the list at registration connects your class to your wider organisation. If your organisation is not on the list you can use the email link on the registration form and request to be added.

Once registered you land on an educator dashboard and from here you have access to all educator functionality. We strongly recommend you complete the modules on the How to use Pathways Awarua pathway to familiarise yourself with the interface and functionality.

On the Tertiary pathways modules are linked to the Learning Progressions for Adult Numeracy and Literacy.

Secondary teacher

Register for a Secondary Teacher account to use Pathways Awarua with a class of students and access the professional development pathways, including Cultural Capabilities.

Selecting your school from the list at registration connects your class to your school.

Once registered you land on an educator dashboard and from here you have access to all educator functionality. We strongly recommend you complete the modules on the How to use Pathways Awarua pathway to familiarise yourself with the interface and functionality.

Secondary Space has been tailored to meet the needs of secondary students and their teachers. Modules are linked, where applicable, to the New Zealand Curriculum (NZC). The modules on the numeracy pathway are linked to levels 1–5 of the NZC and to the strands of mathematics and statistics. The modules on the reading and writing pathways are linked to three collections, with the lowest collection providing support to learners with the most significant literacy needs.

Employer account

Register for an Employer account to use Pathways Awarua with a group of learners and access the professional development pathways, including Cultural Capabilities.

Select your company from the list at registration. If your company is not on the list you can use the email link on the registration form and request to be added.

Once registered you land on an educator dashboard and from here you have access to all educator functionality. We strongly recommend you complete the modules on the How to use Pathways Awarua pathway to familiarise yourself with the interface and functionality.

There are contextualised modules for trade and service reading and numeracy, and four applied pathways for driver licences, health and safety and personal money management.