What’s happening in adult literacy right now? The state councils for adult literacy (CALs) describe their roles and provide current information about the strengths of the adult literacy systems, and some challenges.
Why does the adult literacy field differ according to where you live?
The session includes an overview of the work DESE is doing through the expansion of the SEE program, support services for foundation skills and examining delivery and assessment processes nationally.
The Digital Literacy Skills Framework (DLSF) was developed for use in the Commonwealth Government’s Foundation Skills for Your Future Program launched in 2020. The DLSF covers ACSF Pre Level 1 to Level 3.
Digital learning environments are finally starting to live up to the promises they offered when they began to be introduced four decades ago and are now also demonstrating to us the need for new pedagogical approaches.
Increases in precarious employment, heavier burdens on individuals for self-managed economic and social well-being, and changes to ‘customer service’ support provided by private firms are a few of the reasons why having the proficiency and confidence to navigate numerate environments is more important than ever before.
This webinar workshop is inspired by Literacy 4.0 Project researchers Lesley Farrell, Chris Corbel and Trent Newman and their recent paper Literacy and the workplace revolution: a social view of literacy work practices in Industry 4.0.
Webinar – ‘Evidence as a tool for contesting the incontestable assumptions of adult learning policy’
In a political environment where the so called pragmatics of economic policy are used to dismiss any suggestion of alternative purposes for adult learning outside of skills for economic participation, is there any room for an alternative discourse? And if so, on what...
Sharing and Reflecting on Numeracy Teaching Practices Webinar with Dave Tout
As a follow up to a series of numeracy workshops Dave ran around Tasmania, ACAL and 26TEN bring you this webinar to offer LLN teachers and tutors a chance to reflect on your practices.
A remote solution to strengthening workforce capacity in LLN
Ros Bauer has collaborated with an RTO which has the Develop Foundation Skills in Vocational Practice Skills Set on scope. She is delivering to 3 trainers in community, who work with Warlpiri adult learners and young people, in Community Services and Sport & Recreation.
In this webinar Ros will introduce 3 people working in Yuendumu in the Northern Territory – Rebecca Toll, trainer & careers pathways with the local school, Dave Bauer, community youth worker and Alexis Apfelbaum, community services tutor.
Building Strength with Numeracy
This interactive webinar introduces the resource, showcases some of the new small group and pair activities and discusses the rationale underpinning the sections and the type of activities and practice sheets included in free VALBEC numeracy resources.