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Instructor in Foundational Learning

Instructor in Foundational Literacy and Numeracy 

Both streams of the Instruction in Foundational Literacy and Numeracy micro-credentials are offered online throughout the year. They are flexible and properly paced with a Portage College instructor providing support throughout the program.

Topics include:

Foundational Learning Instructor
Literacy
Introduction to Foundational Literacy
Literacy Tutoring
Pre-Level 1 Literacy Instruction
Level 1 Literacy Instruction
Expanding Oral Communication Skills
Expanding Reading Skills
Expanding Writing Skills
Foundational Literacy Practicum

Foundational Learning Instructor
Numeracy
Introduction to Foundational Numeracy
Developing Number Sense
Developing Skills with Fraction
Developing Proportional Reasoning Skills
Developing Algebraic Thinking Skills
Developing Measurement Skill
Developing Skills in Data Analysis
Foundational Numeracy Practicum

Each mini-course is expected to take between 7 and 10 hours to complete, and can be taken in any order after completing the introductory mini-course.

After completing all of the mini-courses, learners will work directly with an instructor to apply their learning to their own practice such as tutoring or program delivery.

Upon successful completion of all the requirements, the learner will be granted a micro-certificate from Portage College in the associated stream.

Programming is tuition-free, but registrants must be associated with an Alberta Community Adult Learning Program as a staff member or volunteer.

This micro-credential is provided through collaboration between Portage College and the Community Learning Network.

For more information about this program and to register contact: Continuing Education in Lac La Biche toll free at 1-888-745-0719 or email Continuing Education.

We acknowledge that Portage College’s service region is on the traditional lands of First Nation Peoples, the owners of Treaty 6, 8 and 10, which are also homelands to the Métis people. We honour the history and culture of all people who first lived and gathered in these lands.
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