The right strategies for improving the digital capacity of our adult literacy system?
21 October 2021
AlphaPlus supports a people-first literacy system that’s equitable, sustainable and provides diverse learning opportunities for adult learners and literacy practitioners.
While our work focuses on supporting educators in creating and discovering excellent uses of technology to enhance learning and to engage learners in imaginative and stimulating ways, it’s grounded in the experiences and aspirations of adult literacy learners.
Focusing on people rather than systems acknowledges that relationships are a key component of learning outcomes.
A people-focused approach benefits everyone.
See how AlphaPlus contributes to a people-first literacy system.AlphaPlus Strategic Direction
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25 October 2023
Skills for Success funding was leveraged in a tangible and meaningful way this fiscal year. What should we do next?…
17 April 2023
This year, AlphaPlus has been exploring ways to strengthen the network of adult literacy educators in Ontario. This has included…
15 March 2022
The Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development (MLTSD) contracted Contact North | Contact Nord and AlphaPlus to: Engage and…
21 October 2021
We have identified eight strategies to build a more equitable and inclusive LBS system.
2 May 2019
Read the report to see what we learned about how LBS practitioners are thinking about professional learning.
A blended learning approach is one that extends the application of adult learning principles to meet the changing needs of 21st-century life.
Literacy practitioners know that limited access to technology can create insurmountable barriers for lifelong learners in Ontario.