There are two pathways to help educators use Pathways Awarua with their learners and improve their own professional development.
How to use Pathways Awarua
These modules will help you navigate the interface and functionality available on Pathways Awarua for learners and educators. The learner interface will step you through learner pathways and how to view progress. The educator interface will step you through all pathways and educator functionality – how to create a class, invite learners, change passwords, track progress, print certificates and run reports.
- Learner interface
- Educator interface
- How to use the offline apps
- Trade and service pathways
- Ways to use Pathways Awarua with learners
- Motivating learners
- Resource centre
The Resource centre is a place where educators can upload, download and view learning and teaching resources.
How to embed literacy and numeracy
These modules are designed to support you to effectively embed literacy and numeracy into your teaching. The content of the modules is aligned to The New Zealand Certificate in Adult Literacy and Numeracy (vocational workplace) and is free to any educator.
The modules are divided into seven content areas:
- Getting started: definition and frameworks associated with low level adult literacy and numeracy
- Approaches: learner-centred adult education, including Māori concepts
- Mapping: using the Learning Progressions to analyse the demands of your programme
- Strategies: how to embed literacy and numeracy
- Assessment: assessment tools
- Teaching: planning and teaching
- Evaluation: tracking progress of learners and self-reflection
NZCALNE is a Level-5, 40 credit certificate registered on the New Zealand Qualifications Framework. To gain the qualification you need to enrol with an accredited provider. A list of organisations can be found on https://www.nzqa.govt.nz/nzqf/search/viewQualificationOrganisationList.do?qual=2754