Training/Workshops

Understanding Learning Disabilities and Strategies for Tutors of Adult Learners - Tutor Training Module (2011)

This is the outline for a two-hour workshop that introduces participants to learning disabilities in adults. It provides a timeframe for the workshop, sets out specific objectives, offers suggestions for ice-breaking activities, and lists materials that will be required.

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2012-10-30

Understanding Learning Disabilities and Strategies for Tutors of Adult Learners – Presentation (2011)

This slide presentation has been prepared for a workshop that introduces participants to learning disabilities in adults.

It begins with a discussion of the impact of learning disabilities on both the individual and on society, followed by an introduction to the broad categories of learning disabilities.

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2012-10-23

Learning disabilities: simple assessment and proven teaching techniques (2011)

This document contains resources from a workshop based on the Orton-Gillingham Multisensory reading program, which combines seeing, saying, hearing, and writing.

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2012-10-04

Twitter for Teachers: How to Use Twitter to Grow Personally and Professionally (2012)

This manual accompanies a workshop or online webinar aimed at professional educators who want to learn how to use Twitter for professional development and personal growth. Twitter is an online social networking and microblogging service that allows users to send and read brief text-based messages.

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2012-10-03

Introduction to Computers Lesson Plans 1 – 12 (2011)

This document provides 12 one-hour lesson plans for practitioners who are teaching basic computer skills to adults. The lesson plans cover such topics as using Windows and managing documents; typing paragraphs and checking spelling; cut, copy and paste; using alignments and inserting pictures; and formatting tables.

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2012-10-02

Digital storytelling workshop at Douglas College [Video – 3:37] (2011)

This video provides a look at how digital storytelling became another means of expression for learners in the Individualized Community Adult Reading Education (I CARE) program at Douglas College in British Columbia. The program helps adults who want to improve their basic reading, writing, and numeracy skills by matching them with trained tutors.

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2012-09-27

Essential Skills in the Workplace Learning Event: Upskill - Tourism Industry Association of NB [Video – 21:46] (2012)

This is one of several videos recorded during an Essential Skills in the Workplace learning event, held in Moncton in April 2012. The event was funded by the Government of New Brunswick.

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2012-09-26

Essential Skills in the Workplace Learning Event: FundyPros Specialty Construction [Video – 18:55] (2012)

FundyPros is the largest specialty construction firm in New Brunswick, carrying out both residential and commercial projects. In this video, the company’s president discusses effort to empower its workforce by investing in training.

The company pays for in-house training, during work hours. The training is focused on the Essential Skills that enable all learning, not on specific construction-related skills.

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2012-09-25

Essential Skills in the Workplace Learning Event: Bayshore Home Health [Video – 30:08] (2012)

This video focuses on the ongoing efforts to help home-support workers at one branch of a national company learn new skills and improve existing ones. It was recorded during an Essential Skills in the Workplace learning event, funded by the Government of New Brunswick and held in Moncton in April 2012.

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2012-09-25

Essential Skills in the Workplace Learning Event: Apprenticeship [Video – 16:18] (2012)

This video is one of a number recorded during an Essential Skills in the Workplace learning event, funded by the Government of New Brunswick and held in Moncton in April 2012. It focuses on a presentation by two members of the Saint John Workplace Essential Skills (WES) team, which is part of the Community Adult Learning Services Branch of New Brunswick’s Department of Post-Secondary Education, Training and Labour.

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2012-09-25

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