Team work

Rendering the invisible visible: Lived values that support reflective practice (2010)

Journal of Applied Research on Learning, Vol. 3, Article 11, 2010

Reflective practice can be thought of as the ability to integrate professional experience with theoretical formulations to produce solutions to problem situations. In this paper, the author charts the evolution of reflective practice in an authentic work context, and discusses the lived values that supported this evolution.

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2014-02-19

La Boîte à Jeux: Building Connections Between High School and Elementary School Students Through Information and Communications Technology (2001)

A Showcase Grassroots Project

Since 1998, students and teachers from a high school in Nicolet, Quebec, have partnered with local elementary school students and teachers to produce Internet-based, interactive platforms for their stories, games and puzzles.

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2013-11-05

Aquila Tours - Ensuring that Work & Learning are Fun (2013)

Case study

This brief document looks at how a tour operator based in Saint John, New Brunswick, has strengthened learning opportunities for its employees.

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2013-04-23

Working Together, Working Well (2005)

The authors of this manual note that being able to function as part of a team is an important skill in today’s workplace.

The manual contains 27 activities designed to develop the skills needed to be an effective team member. Each activity includes facilitator’s notes and relevant handouts.

In addition, each activity is linked to Literacy and Basic Skills (LBS) levels and to Essential Skills.

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2013-02-18

Team Approach [Video – 5:57] (2008)

This video is part of the Emerit professional training program developed by the Canadian Tourism Human Resource Council (CTHRC).

The narrators explain that success in tourism relies on everyone accepting the team approach, which means putting the good of the team ahead of one’s personal feelings. Team work requires respect, negotiating skills, and good communication.

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2012-11-02

How to Run an Essential Skills Competition: Helpful Tips and Activity Ideas (2012)

This guide explains how to run a competition that tests Essential Skills in a fun way. The information contained in the guide is based on a competition organized by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC), Office of Literacy and Essential Skills, in 2011.

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2012-09-14

Working Together, Working Well (2005)

This manual is designed to help instructors teach the skills required to work in a group.

The learning activities in the manual have been field-tested within Literacy and Basic Skills programs in both rural and urban settings in Ontario. Learner levels covered in the field tests ranged from LBS Level 1 to Level 4, equal to Level 1 and 2 in the Essential Skills.

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2012-07-30

Teamwork and Job Involvement Training (2010)

The goal of this manual is to help Inuit understand how brainstorming and team work can help them become self-sufficient.

The author uses the structure of the traditional igloo to illustrate the workplace, from the lowest point to the highest point. She discusses the need to deal with cultural change and be open to both new ideas and different cultures.

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2011-07-12

The Changing Face of Literacy in Ottawa (2002)

A Research Project for the Ottawa-Carleton Coalition for Literacy

This report gives thought to the perception that in the midst of these tumultuous times the face of literacy is changing. Change demands a response, and this research project was formulated in an effort to engage some key players in the formulation of a collective response. Together, literacy students, literacy practitioners and representatives from community partners, addressed the following issues:

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2009-09-09

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