Step by Step to Success in Transition-Oriented Programming
Wednesday, 17 January 2018, 2:00 PM - 3:30 PM (GMT -04:00) Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Every service provider wants to provide their A-game to the learners in the LBS program. There were four dimensions for implementing the OALCF, as explained in the Agency Self-Assessment tool for implementing the OALCF. This webinar will review the dimension, Transition-Oriented Programming, and its success markers for being “Fully in Place.” LBS service providers from across the province have shared their best practices for implementing goal-directed, contextualized learning and co-ordinated learner supports and services for successful transition to the learner's next step.
Sarah Stocker
Deb Flynn
Debera Flynn, Executive Director of QUILL Learning Network, has worked in the literacy field for 25 years. She has worked as a practitioner in community-based programs in New Liskeard and then in Timmins supporting learners in small group or 1 to 1settings and monitoring volunteer tutor / learner matches. Debera has seen the literacy field evolve into the system we work in today. Working now at a Literacy Network she supports program managers and staff to build their capacity in supporting learners meet their goals.
Stephanie Hobbs
Stephanie Hobbs, Executive Director of Simcoe/Muskoka Literacy Network, has been involved in literacy for 25 years in both New Brunswick and Ontario. Starting as a volunteer tutor and tutor-trainer, she has worked as a practitioner in both community-based and school-board programs and also as executive director and student/tutor manager in community-based agencies. Stephanie also has training as an Essential Skills Analyst/Profiler and Clear Writing Consultant. Like Debera, her main role now is supporting program managers and staff to deliver quality services to learners.
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