Learning to Learn (2004)

A Living Resource for Literacy Practitioners and Adult Educators

The Nunavut Literacy Council developed this document as a resource for literacy practitioners, adult educators and instructors. Learning is an active process of creating meaning from different experiences. The role of the instructor is to act as a guide or facilitator in the learner's path of discovery. This resource offers tools that instructors and learners can use to facilitate this process of discovery.

The document is divided into the following sections: an introduction; information on recognizing differences that affect learning and a sampling of tools that raise awareness of individual differences; learning and teaching strategies for developing literacy and critical thinking skills and self-awareness about learning; and a guide to other places to find information and resources.

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Nunavut Literacy Council. Learning to Learn 2004. Web. 13 Apr. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/lern2lrn/lern2lrn.pdf>
Nunavut Literacy Council (2004). Learning to Learn. Retrieved April 13, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/lern2lrn/lern2lrn.pdf
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