Te Ao Hurihuri: Futures
The aim of this module is to provide students with the knowledge, skills, capabilities, and attributes to understand themselves as learners in a changing world and to identify, understand and plan for a specific study and career path.
- Learning Outcomes
- Work independently to locate, select and apply information to relevant academic and pathway tasks.
Construct and communicate a reasoned and researched argument using a range of appropriate media.
Develop and critique a study and career plan that identifies specific long-term career goals.
- -Knowledge of specific career path
-Identifying and researching specific career path
-Identifying knowledge, skills, capabilities and attributes required for a chosen career path
-Goal setting and Career planning
-Knowledge of self
-Identify own values, beliefs, knowledge, skills, capabilities and attributes in relation to chosen career path
-Self-management skills including intrapersonal skills, time management, stress management, independent learning, self-reflection and analysis
-Understanding self as a learner
-Making sense of the world
-Understanding difference in perspectives
-Te Ao Mori world view
-Holistic wellness: individual, group, family and whnau, community, world
-The 21st century workplace
-Problem solving and communication
-Problem solving skills including critical thinking skills and independent thinking
-Literacy skills (reading, writing, speaking, listening, numeracy, digital)
-Interpersonal communication skills
-Research and presentation skills
- Assessment Criteria
- Portfolio 100
The portfolio is comprised of multiple components. To pass this module, students must attempt each component and achieve an overall pass grade of 50.
- Teaching and Learning Strategy
- The predominant teaching and learning methods for this module will be enquiry-based learning. Students will gain knowledge, skills, capabilities and attitudes by participating in classroom and practical sessions that may include face to face tutor led targeted teaching sessions; tutor demonstrations; collaborative group activities and discussions; student seminars and/or presentations; simulated activities and role plays; guest speakers; and practical workshops. All teaching and learning will be web-supported.
- Learning and Teaching Resource
- A full set of resources will be issued for this module, including course work and assessment materials, a list of recommended/required texts/library books, and web-based resources. Students will also be encouraged to use the library and other resources that can be accessed at Wintec.