Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML)

Embarking on a Collaborative Exploration of Learner Pathways: A Tool for Building both Relationships and Understanding across Programs and Services (2012)

This document is part of a research project that explores the experiences of adults who need both English as a Second Language (ESL) training and literacy education. It was carried out by Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML) in Ontario.

The document served as a discussion paper for those who took part in a one-day forum on the project in March 2012.

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2012-09-04

Exploring Learner Pathways: Meeting at the LBS/ESL Intersections - Project Synopsis and Summary of Findings (2012)

This document offers a snapshot of a research project carried out by Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML) to find out more about the experiences of adults who need training in both English as a Second Language (ESL) and literacy.

The authors provide a summary of the project’s objectives; explain its methodology; and list recommendations based on its findings.

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2012-08-30

Exploring Learner Pathways: Meeting at the LBS/ESL Intersections (2012)

Final Report

This is the final report on a research project carried out by Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML) to explore the experiences of adults who need both English as a Second Language (ESL) training and literacy education.

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2012-08-23

Research Report: Connecting Pathways for Adult Education Learners (2008)

In November 2007, the Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML) received funding for a research project to investigate which kinds of partnerships make the best use of existing resources to strengthen the delivery of adult education programs and services at the local level.

This document, which presents the research and findings, is divided into four sections.

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2010-12-03

Community-Driven Policies for Successful and Sustainable Literacy Programs in Toronto and York Region (2006)

This document looks at what the administrators of literacy programs need to do to remain viable in times of diminishing federal funding. The author notes that the literacy field in Toronto is rich in human capital but progress is limited by stagnant funding, poor access to decision makers, staff burnout, and poor compensation.

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2010-06-15

Beyond Worksheets: A Social and Holistic Approach to Numeracy (2007)

Literacy practitioners across Ontario have continually requested more professional development and resources to support numeracy facilitation in their programs. Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML) hosted the workshop, “Facilitating Numeracy: An Introduction,” developed and delivered by Tom Ciancone in August 2001.

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2009-09-02

Beyond Worksheets: A Social and Holistic Approach to Numeracy - Practitioner Summary (2007)

For the past several years, literacy practitioners across the province have continually requested more professional development and resources to support numeracy facilitation in their programs. In direct response to this request, Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML) hosted the workshop, “Facilitating Numeracy: An Introduction,” developed and delivered by Tom Ciancone in August 2001.

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2009-09-02

Literacy in Toronto and York Region: 2009-2010 (2008)

This document, prepared by the Metro Toronto Movement for Literacy (MTML), summarizes the 2009-10 literacy services plan for Toronto and the York region of Ontario.

The authors begin by providing an overview of the Literacy and Basic Skills program in Ontario, then go on to provide a localized context for learner demographics and learner profiles.

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2009-07-07

People Over Programs (1999)

Some Characteristics of More Integrated Planning and Delivery of Employment and Training Programs and Some Possible Directions and Supports for Communities

This report attempts to provide some answers to three questions:
1) What are the major characteristics of effective, integrated planning and delivery of employment and training programs?
2) What are some practical steps that communities can take to move towards more integrated planning and service delivery that is focused on the needs of clients?

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2000-08-11
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