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Technological Literacy and the Matrix (2001)

An Instructor's Guide

This literacy and basic skills resource for instructors and their learners focuses on learning activities and demonstrations which help learners to use technology.

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2002-07-10

Common Assessment Training in the Native Literacy Field (2000)

This resource guide is the end result of a three-day training conference held in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, in November 2000, on common assessment for the native stream. Conference participants agreed that “common assessment” referred to the use of similar language, direction and process for literacy assessment.

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2002-04-19

Reflecting On Culture Wars In Adult Literacy Education: Exploring Critical Issues In “Contested Ground” (2000)

While the theories of New Literacy Studies are being applied in teaching, they have had much less currency at the level of educational systems and policies - institutions, funding, and accountability. Such a shift in the understanding of literacy means that ‘performance' is defined differently and requires a different approach to accountability.

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2000-01-01

Adult Education - Resource Guide and Learning Standards (1998)

'This resource guide has been developed to … demonstrate concretely how adult education practitioners across [New York] state are tackling the job of standards-based teaching and learning, and to offer examples of resource/research material.' (Foreword). Includes learning standards for English language arts and math, as well as supplements for ESOL and GED.

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1998-01-01

Factors Affecting Goal Completion of Adult Basic Education Students in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont (1996)

It is estimated that approximately 60% of those who enroll in Adult Basic Education leave the program before reaching their goal(s). Various studies have been done, particularly in the last decade, attempting to determine what factors influence dropout and persistence. Most research has been quantitative, focusing on reasons for dropping out, using data from end-of-the-year reports and Department of Education statistics.

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1996-01-01

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