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ClickView Learning and Teaching Resource

ClickView

ClickView is a subscription - based service which offers thousands of educational videos to support New Zealand educators deliver the curriculum and engage students. The videos allow teachers to add built -in questions so students are actively engaged in the material they are viewing. You can request an onsite demonstration at https://www.clickview.co.nz/

UK Research on Future Policy Needs for Adult Education

Adult Education, Too important to be left to chance

A recent UK report; Adult Education, Too important to be left to chance discusses what policy development is needed to secure the future of adult education.

The report's executive summary starts with the following sentence:

Nationally, adult education providers indicate there is a government policy 'lopsided fixation' on both young people and apprenticeships, at the expense of other forms of adult education.

The first recommendation is:

Australian ACE Environmental Scan 2017 Update

This report profiles Australian ACE in terms of its distinctive features, current scope and scale of providers and programs. For each ACE program, it outlines participants, outcomes achieved and key national policies supported. Trends in Australian ACE programs, participants and outcomes over the past five to ten years are also included to identify challenges facing their sustainability, where comparable data is available.

Pacific Learner Success in Workplace Settings

Pacific Learner Success in Workplace Settings

A report on the success of Pacific learners in the workplace was launched at the Pacific Tertiary Education Forum in Auckland in October this year.

The research report, Pacific Learner Success in Workplace Settings, focuses on exploring key links, barriers and solutions leading to higher achievement for Pacific learners in the workplace.

The first two recommendations are:

Survey on Privacy in Media and Information Literacy with Youth Perspectives

Survey on Privacy in Media and Information Literacy with Youth Perspectives

Media and information literacy (MIL) is, amongst many things, a defense of one’s privacy. By this we mean that since MIL seeks to promote a deeper understanding of the ways in which media and technology enable or limit a person’s ability to live with freedom and personal agency – MIL has a direct bearing on privacy awareness and related actions among ordinary people, or the lack thereof.