Adult basic literacy

Smart Shopping (2008)

QLWG Essential Life Skills - Unit 7

Competency-based learning meets the needs of all learners. It is important to keep in mind, however, that all learners are different. In order to address the needs and interests of all learners, the units in this publication have been divided by Essential Life Skills and Individual Life Skills.

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2009-09-17

Managing My Money (2008)

QLWG Essential Life Skills - Unit 6

Competency-based learning meets the needs of all learners. It is important to keep in mind, however, that all learners are different. In order to address the needs and interests of all learners, the units in this publication have been divided by Essential Life Skills and Individual Life Skills.

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2009-09-17

What's for Dinner? (2008)

QLWG Essential Life Skills - Unit 5

Competency-based learning meets the needs of all learners. It is important to keep in mind, however, that all learners are different. In order to address the needs and interests of all learners, the units in this publication have been divided by Essential Life Skills and Individual Life Skills.

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2009-09-17

My Community (2008)

QLWG Essential Life Skills - Unit 3

Competency-based learning meets the needs of all learners. It is important to keep in mind, however, that all learners are different. In order to address the needs and interests of all learners, the units in this publication have been divided by Essential Life Skills and Individual Life Skills.

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2009-09-17

Around the Home (2008)

QLWG Essential Life Skills - Unit 2

Competency-based learning meets the needs of all learners. It is important to keep in mind, however, that all learners are different. In order to address the needs and interests of all learners, the units in this publication have been divided by Essential Life Skills and Individual Life Skills.

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2009-09-17

Best practices for late entry learners into college academic upgrading programs (2009)

Annotated bibliography - June 2008

This annotated bibliography covers a variety of topics related to late entry learners in college academic upgrading programs. The programs include: adult literacy, adult basic education and upgrading, adult education, best practices, aboriginal literacy, literacy among learners of English as a Second or other language, literacy for persons with disabilities, and workplace and essential skills.

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2009-08-04

Sharing the Gift: Aboriginal Literacy and Literary Artists' Gala 2009 (2009)

Final Report

The demand for Aboriginal books in schools, adult education and literacy programs is increasing. The goal of the Sharing the Gift: Aboriginal Literacy & Literary Artists’ Gala 2009 was to provide an opportunity for Aboriginal learners and Elders, as well as practitioners and educators in Saskatchewan, to celebrate, share, and be empowered about Aboriginal literacy and literature.

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2009-07-31

Reflections of the Sydney Writing Circle (2009)

This is a collection of stories and poems written by members of the Sydney Writing Circle, a group that is supported by the Adult Learning Association of Cape Breton County in Nova Scotia. The Sydney Writing Circle continues to flourish. Each Tuesday afternoon members meet to share their writings, to engage in writing activities, and to lend encouragement to each
other.

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2009-07-29

State of the Field Review of Adult Learning Research: a report on the theme areas (2006)

This research review includes reports on seven theme areas of adult learning: literacy, culture, e-learning, gender, barriers and access, learning communities, and social movements. The document presents the common findings across the seven theme areas, an analysis of gaps in the existing research and recommendations for promising programs of inquiry.

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2009-07-16

Accountability in Adult Literacy: Voices from the field (2008)

To understand and describe the state of a field, researchers traditionally carry out a literature review. This approach is widely accepted as a way to summarize what is known in the field. With Connecting the Dots: Improving Accountability in the Adult Literacy Field in Canada the authors knew they needed to do that. But more was needed.

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2009-07-07

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