Integrated learning

Simon Fraser University's Integrated Studies Program: Developing Employability Skills Through Engagement with the Western Canon of Great Books (1998)

A new program at British Columbia’s Simon Fraser University is using the great books tradition to allow adults to work part-time towards a Bachelor of General Studies degree in the liberal arts.

The Integrated Studies Program is a three-year program intended for mid-career employees who have completed half of a four-year degree, and who wish to finish their degree on a part-time basis.

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2013-12-03

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

Computer Based Learning - Development and Integration into Deaf Programming (2002)

This is a report on a project begun by Mohawk College, based in Hamilton, Ontario in 1998 and completed in March 2002 in which the College researched the integration of computer-based learning into literacy classrooms for deaf adults.

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2008-06-17

Integrating Workplace Essential Skills into Curricula: A Process Model (2005)

Workplace essential skills are the skills required in all occupations that enable people to do their work, skills that learners must have to succeed in getting and keeping employment. In recent years, educators and government funders have realized that learners benefit from instruction that integrates academic and workplace essential skills.

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2008-01-24

Interim Report for the Integration of Internationally-Trained Workers Project (2003)

This project’s overall goal is "to develop a community-based strategy aimed at facilitating the accreditation and integration of internationally-trained workers into the Ottawa economy." The report looks at workplace barriers facing foreign-trained workers and offers some strategies and solutions to help integrate skilled workers, new to Canada, into the labour market.

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2007-04-04

Integrated Literacy Works! (2007)

Making Workforce Development Efficient and Effective in Industrialized Nations

In this article, author Thomas Sticht makes a case for using an "integrated literacy education" approach to deal with

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2007-02-12

Literacies Required for a 21st Century Workforce (2005)

Preparing Youth and Adults for Proficiency in the Academic, Technical and Cultural Literacies Required by a Complex Work World

This paper was written for the Ohio Career-Technical and Adult Education Leadership and Policy Forum of February 22, 2005.

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2005-01-28
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