Josie Lander

The Transfer of Literacy, Language, and Numeracy Skills from Learning Programmes into the Workplace (2011)

Literature Review

This literature review is part of a research project carried out by the New Zealand Council for Educational Research (NZCER) for the Department of Labour. The project addresses the ways employees transfer, utilize, and develop literacy, language, and numeracy (LLN) skills in the workplace; the conditions that enable this to happen; and the short- to medium-term outcomes for employees and workplaces.

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Pedagogy in practice (2005)

an observational study of literacy, numeracy and language teachers

The aim of this New Zealand study was to gain an overview of how teachers teach literacy, numeracy and language (LNL) in New Zealand, by observing 15 literacy, language and numeracy teachers from tertiary institutions, community organisations, workplaces and private training establishments.

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Working in the Light of Evidence, as well as Aspiration (2005)

A Literature Review of the Best Available Evidence about Effective Adult Literacy, Numeracy and Language Teaching

This document originates from the New Zealand Ministry of Education. The purpose of this literature review is to provide a critical evaluation of the available research evidence about effective practices in literacy, numeracy and language (LNL) teaching and programme provision in order to inform policy development within the broader arena of foundation learning.

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