Donald Lurette

Large scale international surveys of adult competencies: Implications for adult learning in linguistic minority settings (2013)

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The author of this document, an adult educator with more than 20 years of experience in many areas of adult literacy education within Canada’s Francophone population, examines the evaluation of basic competencies for adults living in a linguistic minority context in Canada.

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2013-12-10

Rethinking Professional Development: Reference Manual for Developing Professional Skills among Organizations and Practitioners within an Integrated Andragogical Process (2013)

Published by Réseau pour le développement de l’alphabétisme et des compétences (RESDAC), this reference manual promotes the development of a set of professional competencies among practitioners who are committed to their own career development process, while also working to develop the competencies of adults with low literacy skills.

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2013-06-24

Towards an Integrated Model to Support Skills /Competencies Development of Adults in Canada: Presentation during The Centre for Literacy Summer Institute 2012, June 27-29, 2012 in Montreal, QC (2012)

This presentation outlines an integrated model of literacy and skills development for adults.

The model is based on four components. The first involves analyzing the environment, including the needs of learners, the socio-economic context, the cultural context, and the local educational resources.

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2012-10-23

Towards an Integrated Model to Support the Literacy Development of Francophones in Canada (2011)

This discussion paper was published by Réseau pour le développement de l’alphabétisme et des compétences (RESDAC), formerly known as the Fédération canadienne pour l’alphabétisation en français (FCAF).

The authors propose a shift away from a model based on the development of literacy training programs towards one based on continued skills development and, eventually, upon a continuum of services in a community.

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2012-02-13
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