Goal setting

Taking Part: Encouragement For and From Saskatchewan Adult Learners (2008)

In November 2007, adult learners from across Saskatchewan met in Saskatoon as a part of the Saskatchewan Literacy Network Fall Conference for several adult learner workshops. These workshops focused on the importance of setting goals and fine tuning communication skills for success in life. This document describes the following three workshops that took place:
- How to Speak Your Truths So Others Will Hear;

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2008-05-08

Portfolio Assessment Initiative (2001)

This portfolio assessment initiative has several lists of goals for students and teachers. It includes:
- personal goals
- reading progress checklist
- listening and speaking progress checklist
- writing progress checklist and,
- mathematics progress checklist

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2006-08-10

"I've opened up" (2006)

Exploring Learners' Perspectives on Progress

This project explored what constitutes progress in community-based literacy programs from the perspective of learners. The research took place between December 2004 and January 2006.

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2006-05-25

Plan to Get A Job (2007)

This job planner/organizer was created to help the reader with a job search. It has resources specific to Ontario, but also contains easy to understand information useful to a person looking for a job in any location, such as goal setting, networking and advice on résumés and interviews. carry. It can be used as a guide to record each step of the job search process you have completed.

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2005-08-05

Young Deaf Adults (2003)

Perceptions of Career Planning, Goal Setting and Literacy

This research project examined barriers that young Deaf adults currently face with regard to career planning and life goal setting; young adults' perception of the significance of low literacy as a barrier to career planning and goal setting as weighted against other perceived barriers, and; young adults' perceptions of the importance of literacy, training in order to career plan or set goals.

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2005-01-25

Workforce Literacy and the Deaf Stream Literacy Classroom (2003)

A Picture of Literacy Programs' Workforce Activities

This study was created as a result of discussions among Deaf stream practitioners about their challenges with meeting the individual needs of learners with employment goals; their comments about the importance of working toward independence goals in the classroom; and G.O.L.D.'s (Goal: Ontario Literacy for Deaf People) own lack of understanding about the importance and weight of workforce literacy activities in the Deaf stream literacy classro

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2005-01-25

Retention through Redirection (2002)

Protocol

The “Retention through Redirection” project extends the retention focus of the “What Works” project. The “Retention through Redirection” project is intended to further support Ontario colleges' retention efforts by building on the “What Works” project. The focus is on all Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) learners who remain in the program but continue to be at risk of failing or dropping out.

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2002-01-01

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