Audrey Gardner, former Coordinator of the Adult Literacy Research Institute (ALRI) at Bow Valley College, formerly the Centre for Excellence Foundational Learning, is featured in a CAPS Talks video describing ALRI and its goals.
The Answers May Vary (AMV) Facilitator’s Manual is a training resource for agency administrators, supervisors and literacy coordinators on how to work with adults with developmental disabilities to improve their literacy and essential skills. The Manual provides strategies and concrete ideas based on the Answers May Vary Guidebook, Answers May Vary Tutorial Videos and the … Continue reading
The complete series of our third volume of Stories from the Field is now available! This volume explores successes, challenges, best practices and innovation in ESL Literacy programming. This series is a collaboration between the Centre for Excellence in Foundational Learning (CEFL) and the Centre for Excellence in Immigrant and Intercultural Advancement (CEIIA).
Bow Valley College would like to announce the new Deaf and Hard of Hearing Adult Literacy Program! The Deaf and Hard of Hearing Literacy Program is designed for Deaf adults who are returning to learning. These courses develop reading, writing, math, computer and other essential skills. These courses are for learners who are not yet … Continue reading
The Speech Assisted Reading And Writing (SARAW) Book of Stories is now available! The students of the SARAW literacy program at Bow Valley College along with the help of tutors and support workers, have written stories and created artwork to share with you. The goal of the SARAW program is to help adults with developmental disabilities … Continue reading