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EPALE - Plateforme électronique pour l'éducation et la formation des adultes en Europe

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

These activities are designed to help learners recognise and name basic shapes. There is a crossword to improve recognition of words for shapes and a sort activity to help recognise right angles. An element of interactivity is created using basic techniques in Word and powerpoint.

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

These activities are set in the context of shopping, with activities to spell food items and numeracy tasks on comparing prices and identifying higher and lower prices. There are two activities for reading and sorting items into categories. The activities use simple techniques in PowerPoint and Word to produce an element of interactivity.

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

These images are of a range of signs seen in everyday life which could be used to support reading and writing with adult literacies learners.

You are free to use these images for educational purposes.

These images were kindly supplied by the Falkirk Council Adult Literacy and Numeracy team.

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This course, based on the original Getting Started Course, is for Tutors working with BSL Literacies learners. It has been delivered a number of times to generally recruited groups and to specific project teams. This course ran as a pilot in Oct – Nov 2007 and has been adapted in the light of participants’ and trainers’ evaluations, as well as further action research on resources with British Sign Language learners.

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

These role plays focus on people’s digital lives and the nature and quality of their digital experiences. They were developed in 2011 as part of a European project aiming to have young people speak up on citizenship issues of concern to them and influence matters that affect their lives. See the PlayDecide website for further discussion topics.

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

The Literacy and Equality in Irish Society project was a joint North/South initiative between Queen's University Belfast and the Equality Studies Centre at University College Dublin. The purpose was to develop teaching and learning resources for literacy tutors that focus on issues of equality and to make available new and exciting methodologies/ways of working with students and learners.

You can view the online version of the Resource Guide for Adult Educators and also see the project evaluation report.

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

Maths Aid is a website developed in Norway to help parents use maths in everyday situations. It has 3 sections: Work and everyday life, Lifestyle and Into the world with topics including working hours, hire purchase, postage, recipes, online shopping, DIY, estimates, percentages, time, health issues and travel.  

Developed by Vox, the Norwegian Institute for Adult Learning.

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This website provides worksheets on a variety of number activities.  Addition, subtraction, multiplication and division are all covered, as well as time, fractions, decimals, percentages and timetables. There are also some ‘fill in the gaps’ worksheets. 

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

The Professional Development Award (PDA): Developing Literacies Learning Programmes for the Workplace is a training pack which can be used to support the delivery of non-accredited training or accredited programmes for the SQA qualification PDA: Developing Literacies Learning Programmes for the Workplace.

Learning Connections, part of the Scottish Government's Lifelong Learning Directorate funded the development of this training pack.

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

The report Motivating Adult Literacies Learners to Persist, Progress and Achieve: literacies learners at risk of non-completion of learning targets presents the findings from the Persistence, Progress and Achievement in Adult Literacy and Numeracy (ALN) research project conducted in Scotland from June 2007 through to May 2008.  The research aimed to further our understanding of persistence, progression and achievement in literacies learning and to identify the key organisational and pedagogical factors that contribute to or block learners' attainment.  Its focus was literacies

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

Computers for Life is a basic ICT course designed for the learning disability community. It was commissioned by Catherine Crerar (Adult Literacy Development Worker, CLAN West Dunbartonshire) and developed with Norma Lamond (ICT and Adult Literacies Tutor).

The pack provides 10 weeks of materials which introduces learners to the basics of the computer as well as how to use email and the Internet. The materials are designed so that adult literacies learners can follow them easily and so that they can develop their literacies skills alongside their ICT skills.

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Karine Nicolay

Compendium 2015 - Programma van de Activiteiten van de Nationale Coördinatoren voor Volwasseneneducatie voor de periode november 2015 - november 2017. In het compendium vindt u de samenvattingen van programma's en activiteiten en de contactgegevens van elk land dat subsidiëring aanvroeg. 

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

These learning objects are an example of an individual learing plan (ILP) and a group learning plan (GLP) currently being developed by South Ayrshire Council and subject to further development.

Developed by South Ayrshire Council

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Karine Nicolay

De Vernieuwde Europese Agenda voor Volwasseneneducatie van 2011 stippelde een aantal prioriteiten uit voor de periode 2012-2014, maar plaatste deze in een lange-termijn-perspectief door ze te koppelen aan de 4 strategische doelstellingen van ET 2020. Dit zijn de specifieke prioriteiten waar de lidstaten zich, met de steun van de Europese Commissie, zouden moeten concentreren tegen 2020 om de lange-termijn-visie van de Agenda te bewerkstelligen:

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

These guidelines accompany the Scottish Qualifications Authority Professional Development Award: Introduction to Adult Literacies Learning (PDA: ITALL). The PDA is aimed at candidates who are following a training programme for adult literacies tutor assistants. It should be delivered in the context of a suitable training programme such as ITALL1 which aims to enable participants to contribute to
tutoring in adult literacies.

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This session looks at why learners make mistakes and how they might learn from their mistakes.

Section content:

  • introduction to the session
  • four groups, each with trainer, on error analysis
  • whole group discussion and summary

Learning Objectives

By the end of the section, participants will:

  • explore the factors that lead to learners’ errors
  • identify common causes of errors
  • identify ways of working with learners to correct these errors

Resources required:

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This section looks at how to develop social investigations using numerical and mathematical skills.

Section content:

  • Introduction to the day
  • Introduction to Sessions 4 & 5
  • Clothing labels exercise in groups
  • Whole group discussion on the exercise and the meaning of community
  • Introduction to project
  • Display of objects and statistics
  • Selection of objects and formation of groups
  • Start planning the task
  • Learning Objectives

By the end of the section, participants will:

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This section continues the activities begun in section 4, looking at how to develop social investigations using numerical and mathematical skills.

Learning Objectives

By the end of the section, participants will:

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This section of the Numeracy Energiser Training pack looks at problem solving, learning and assessment.

Section Contents

  • Introduction to the session
  • Golden zeros exercise
  • Billiard table exercise
  • Problem solving strategies
  • Purposes of assessment
  • Approaches to assessment
  • Summary and questions

Learning Objectives

By the end of this sessin, participants will :

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This session explores visualisation as a learning approach and includes presentations prepared from work done in sessions 4 and 5. These presentations involve working on ideas for a set of activities for learners that

  • explore global and community issues as well as personal interests and concerns
  • require learners to apply numerical / mathematical knowledge and skills

Session content:

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| 21 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This final session of the pack relates the content of the Energiser training to current research and to the Adult Literacy and Numeracy Curriculum Framework for Scotland. It also encourages reflection on what has been learned during the course and how participants can use this in their practice.

Session content:

  • Linking Theory and Practice
  • Reflecting on the Training
  • Completing Evaluation Forms
  • Final Thoughts
  • What next?

Learning Objectives

By the end of the section, participants will:

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This section provides a range of workshops and handouts which suggest some practical approaches to the teaching of the topics covered in the workshops.

Workshops List:

  • Addition and Multiplication A
  • Addition and Multiplication B
  • Subtraction and Division A
  • Subtraction and Division B
  • Calculators
  • Parts of the Whole 
  • Shape, Space and Measurement 

Learning Objectives

By the end of the section, participants will:

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| 20 Décembre 2015
| par Jodie Crossley

This section introduces the Numeracy Energiser Training pack. It sets out key principles and encourages participants to assess their own strengths and weaknesses as numeracy tutors.

Section contents

Presentation on aims, background, programme

Ice-breakers:

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