Ngā Poupou - General

NOTE: The resources in this section of the website are for Ngā Poupou Members for use only within Ngā Poupou.

Click on the titles below (or on the menu to the left) to view information and templates.

►  Quickchat - Weekly panui (update) from National Office
►  Kōkiri! - Quarterly panui (update) from Te Kōruru
►  Rules for use of the Literacy Aotearoa Logo
►  Te Kōruru - Recruitment, Election and Nomination Policy - Feb 2012

Hui Presentations 2014

NPH 2014 Guest Speakers and Workshop Presentations

Note: The presentations will continue be added to this section as they are collated.

Guest Speakers at NPH 2014 (these presentations coming soon...)
► Christine Nurminen - CEO, Pasifika Education Centre
Nancy Tuaine - Toihau (CEO), Te Oranganui Iwi Health Authority
Dr Tess Liew - Facility Manager, Auckland Council
David Do - (Advisor) Literacy & Numeracy Implementation, TEC
Girol Karacaoglu - Deputy Secretary – The Treasury
Moya Sayer-Jones - Story Activist, Only Human Communication

Workshops Session One 11:00am-12:30pm
► Dyslexia - Jeanie Raffills

     • 14 Ways to Stay Stressed

     • Developing a dyslexia friendly learning environment (Dept of Education, UK)

► Pasifika Literacy and Success  - Analiese Robertson & Pale Sauni

Managing for Performance - Mark Fell
Integrated Assessment - Peter Isaacs & Katrina Taupo
Crowdfunding - Brenda Munro
     • The Art of Asking, Amanda Palmer (TED talk)
Workshops Session Two 2:00pm-3:30pm

Ko ngā miro taurite: Tukua kia rere, Common threads: Sharing effective practice for diverse learners - Herewini Easton & Waitiahoaho Emery

Change Management - Mark Fell

Student-centred active learning with total physical involvement to enhance language acquisition - Anne Chen

     • Research paper by Anne Chen - Good Practice Publication Grants (Ako Aotearoa)

Pasifika Languages – Taofi mau i au measina – Holdfast to your treasured legacies - Tuiloma Lina Samu

Whakahuatanga o te reo Māori – Pronunciation of Te Reo Māori - Katrina Taupo & Alysha Hiha

Important tips for Governance – Lessons learnt at the coalface - Clyde Young

Workshops Session Three 3:45pm-5:15pm
The Global Café - Jeanette Goode
     •  Dice of Fortune master •  Dicing with numbers
     •  Division practise sheet •  Multiplication practise sheet
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Whānau Financial Capability and Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu - Neale Pitches & Teone Sciascia

Collaborative Governance - Miranda O’Connell

Tertiary Education Commission Literacy and Numeracy Research to Support Effective Teaching and Learning Practice for Improving Literacy - Kathryn Hazlewood

Funding Options for Not-For-Profits - Terry Shubkin

Hui Heke Tuatahi (THH1), 10-11 Paenga whāwhā (April) 2014
One of the guest speakers at Hui Heke Tuatahi (THH1) in Taupo was Terri Eggleton, Community Development Advisor for Bay Trust. She spoke of collaborative projects and collective impacts. In her presentation she talked to parts of the attached powerpoint by Liz Weaver. There was a lot of interest from Region One participants in these ideas and a request to share the resource.

Collective Impact Overview: A Framework for Community Change by Liz Weaver of Tamarack – An Institute for Community Engagement.

Ngā Poupou Managers' Hui -  Hui tanguru (February) 2014
Presentation to Ngā Poupou Managers - Te Tumuaki Bronwyn Yates
Questions and Answers from Ngā Poupou Managers' Hui to challenge our knowledge, memories and understanding of being part of Literacy Aotearoa:

Kaupapa of Literacy Aotearoa - FAQs

Site Provider Status - FAQs

TEC Requirements for accepting funded contracts - FAQs

Certificate in Adult Literacy (CALT), Level 5 - FAQs

Hui Presentations 2013

Ngā Poupou Managers' Hui - 3-4 Paenga whāwhā (April) 2013

►  Small group learning provision from each region - 3 Paenga whāwhā (April) 2013 

►  Feedback from small group learning discussions

Hui Presentations 2012

►  Ngā Hui Heke Presentation including feedback from each region - Haratua (May) 2012

►  Ngā Poupou Managers' Hui, 1-2 Poutu te Rangi (March) 2012:

Peter Isaacs - Confidence & Achievement Grids and Perceptions of Success
includes the grids which will be used to begin to measure the changes that occur for students as a result of their participation in a literacy programme. 

Mark Fell  - Needs Analysis and Planning for Capability Development
The data collected from the 4 working groups during the interactive session with Mark Fell, identifying the issues that inhibit growth and finding strategies to address them.
Thanee Chatsinchai - Excel in Excel
Getting more from your monthly reports (this workshop was first held at National Planning Hui 2011)
External Evaluation Review  This workshop looked at the 5 Standards of Te Poutama Painga and matched the 6 Key Evaluative Questions used by NZQA in their EER process to the standards. Draft templates were used to share ideas, list achievements, forms of evidence, identify gaps and resources and support needed to achieve goals. 
Reporting Updates
Start and End Assessment

Hui Presentations 2011:
►   NPH Presentations: Peter Waterhouse, Prue Kapua & Thanee Chatsinchai

►   Literacy Aotearoa Nga Hui Heke - Risk Management 2011
presented by Thanee Chatsinchai at Nga Hui Heke, 2011

►   Literacy Aotearoa Managers' Hui 2011
presented by Bronwyn Yates at Nga Poupou Managers' Hui, 1 Poutu te rangi (March) 2011

Hui Presentations 2010:
►   Literacy Aotearoa Strategic Directions 2011- 2015
Poupou Mentoring Pro

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