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The Canadian Council on Learning (CCL) is an independent, non-profit corporation that promotes and supports research to improve all aspects of learning—across the country and across all walks of life. CCL has created 5 knowledge centres to address 5 key areas of learning: Aboriginal Learning; Adult Learning; Early Childhood Learning; Health and Learning and Work and Learning.
Promising Practices is a series of five videos produced for the Canadian Council on Learnings 2006 Composite Learning Index. The series highlights effective lifelong learning practices across Canada in CCLs five main research areas: Health and Learning, Adult Learning, Work and Learning, Early Childhood Learning and Aboriginal Learning.
The Canadian Council on Learnings Adult Learning Knowledge Centre (AdLKC) is pleased to announce its launch of six short videos illustrating the power of adult learning. Each video provides a story on how adult learning has positively affected communities, individual learners and professional community-based organizations.
The Canadian Council on Learnings new Reading the Future report provides Canada's first projections of adult literacy levels, through to 2031; an unprecedented look at the face of low literacy; and effective approaches to improve literacy among six identified groups. Success stories: Turning the page on low literacy is a video series where the profiled adults explain what motivated them to improve their literacy skills and how that decision has changed their lives. http://www.ccl-cca.ca/CCL/Reports/ReadingFuture/
Evolving Education: Learning in the 21st Century is a three-part series that presents viewers with compelling questions about the way we educate students and offers successful, if provocative, answers. The series celebrates three case studies that reflect the ideas of John Abbott, an advocate of cognitive apprenticeship.