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Real talk as Community Gabfest pilot continues

14 February 2023

For many years we’ve been hearing that practitioners learn best from other practitioners—hearing how people in the field are applying theories and concepts, frameworks and methodologies in their practice and within the realities of literacy work in Ontario. We also hear that one of the ways that practitioners learn best from each other is in informal, ad hoc chats in hallways at conferences, over coffee during breaks, and at chance meet ups at photocopiers or printers.

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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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