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Training series builds literacy educator’s skills and confidence

15 February 2024

Anita Dhanjal, a community literacy worker, is changing the way she teaches digital skills with AlphaPlus training.

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Literacy education’s future: AI, accessibility and other ways forward

Recent digital transformations have shifted our approach from promoting the idea of integrating digital technology to collaborating with educators in…

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Helpful, meaningful professional development for educators

Skills for Success funding was leveraged in a tangible and meaningful way this fiscal year. What should we do next?…

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Strengthening capacity, co-creating with literacy educators

This year, AlphaPlus has been exploring ways to strengthen the network of adult literacy educators in Ontario. This has included…

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Teaching skills for success in an integrated way

One of the first initiatives we’ve rolled out to support the Skills for Success model is our Building Digital Skills…

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Teaching in the “new normal”: What support do you need?

As you grapple with the challenges of the “new normal,” remember that AlphaPlus is here to help.

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In-person is the core of adult digital learning

The report highlights the importance of digital skills and digital literacy and four areas of opportunity and potential action.

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Exploring new opportunities to support an altered adult literacy sector

AlphaPlus is here to support our sector’s most promising innovations as we move forward together.

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Questioning our ideas about inclusion – and asking for your input

As we work toward creating sector-wide change, we’d like to learn from you, our peers in the adult literacy sector.

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