Independence Goal Path Resources


        
 
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 Financial Literacy – Money Matters
   
Author(s):   ABC Life Literacy
Published:   2011
Funder:   Government of Canada and TD Bank Group
   
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Money Matters is a free introductory financial literacy program for adult learners, newcomers to Canada, Indigenous Peoples and people with diverse abilities. Our workbooks are used in classrooms across Canada, and are full of learning activities that can be adapted to the needs of individual groups. Workshops can be delivered by the staff of the group delivering the program, or with the optional support of local TD Bank Group volunteer-tutors.

   
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URL:  https://abclifeliteracy.ca/financial-literacy/
   
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 Budgeting – You and Your Money
   
Author(s):   Adult Basic Education Association
Published:   Unknown
Funder:   Ontario Trillium Foundation
   
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Facilitator’s Guide for leading a Financial Literacy Workshop on Budgeting. This workshop is heavily based on resources from the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada and the Investor Education Fund. The workshop has been created with the goal of teaching individuals

      about budgets

      how to create a budget for their own household

      how to apply their budget in their spending and savings in order to reach financial goals


   
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URL:  https://abea.on.ca/practitioner-resources/
   
Linked to:   OALCF



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 Credit and Debt
   
Author(s):   Adult Basic Education Association
Published:   Unknown
Funder:   Ontario Trillium Foundation
   
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Facilitator’s Guide for leading a Financial Literacy Workshop on credit and debt management.

This workshop is heavily based on resources from the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada and the Investor Education Fund.

The workshop has been created with the goal of teaching about

  • credit and debt
  • types of credit
  • how to manage credit responsibly
  • credit scores and how to check and monitor Credit Reports

   
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URL:  https://abea.on.ca/practitioner-resources/
   
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Resource:
 Banks and Credit Unions
   
Author(s):   Adult Basic Education Association
Published:   Unknown
Funder:   Ontario Trillium Foundation
   
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The following is a Facilitator’s Guide for leading a Financial Literacy Workshop about how Banks and Credit Unions help us. This workshop is heavily based on resources from the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada and the Investor Education Fund. The workshop has been created with the goal of teaching individuals

  • the importance of using a bank or credit union
  • finding the right bank or credit union
  • reasons and ways to save or invest money
  • tips to protect themselves

   
File(s):  
URL:  https://abea.on.ca/practitioner-resources/
   
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 Budgeting for the 21st Century
   
Author(s):   Laubach Literacy Ontario
Published:   Unknown
Funder:   Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
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This five-session workshop has been designed to be delivered to LBS learners that need to focus on budgeting.  It includes PowerPoints, handouts, and a sample learner plan.  Suggested milestones have been integrated. The curriculum can be used to develop targeted training.

   
File(s):  Archive (ZIP) Budgeting Workshop.zip
URL:  http://www.laubach-on.ca/bookstore/book/budgeting-for-the-21st-century-workshop
   
Linked to:   OALCF



Resource:
 Civic Literacy – Civic Voting
   
Author(s):   ABC Life Literacy
Published:   October 2019
Funder:   Elections Canada
   
Annotation:  

Created in partnership with Elections Canada, A Guide to Voting includes information, links and suggested activities to help students learn about voting basics, such as how to register to vote, different ways to vote and the accessibility resources available. It also guides practitioners through talking to their students about why voting is important and what to expect at a polling place.

   
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URL:  https://abclifeliteracy.ca/civic-literacy
   
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Resource:
 Family Literacy
   
Author(s):   ABC Life Literacy
Published:   Unknown
Funder:   Hong Kong and Shanghai Banking Corporation
   
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ABC creates free learning and promotional resources for anyone that wants to get involved. Taking time every day to read or do a learning activity with children is crucial to a child’s development, improving a child’s literacy skills dramatically, and can help a parent improve their skills as well.

   
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URL:  https://abclifeliteracy.ca/family-literacy
   
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Resource:
 Soft Skills Module
   
Author(s):   Laubach Literacy Ontario
Published:   Unknown
Funder:   Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
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This module includes PowerPoints, Learner Workbooks with slides and activities for each session, as well as a draft Learner Plan Template outlining suggested milestones from the Ontario Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework and a sampling of the activities. The module incorporates self- assessment opportunities, individual activities and activities to build relationships and soft skills. The milestones that have been suggested are not leveled or Level 1. The curriculum can be used to develop targeted training.

   
File(s):  
URL:  http://www.laubach-on.ca/bookstore/book/managing-myself-module-a-and-b
   
Linked to:   OALCF



Resource:
 Personal Learning Styles and Goal Setting
   
Author(s):   Laubach Literacy Ontario
Published:   Unknown
Funder:   Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
Annotation:  

This module includes Power Points, Learner Workbooks with slides and activities for each session, as well as a draft Learner Plan Template outlining suggested milestones from the Ontario Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework and a sampling of the activities. The milestones that have been suggested are Level 1 or 2.  The curriculum can be used to develop targeted training.

   
File(s):  
URL:  http://www.laubach-on.ca/bookstore/book/personal-learning-styles-and-goal-setting-module
   
Linked to:   OALCF



Resource:
 Problem Solving Module
   
Author(s):   Laubach Literacy Ontario
Published:   May 2015
Funder:   Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities
   
Annotation:  

This module includes Power Points, Learner Workbooks with slides and activities for each session, as well as a draft Learner Plan Template outlining suggested milestones from the Ontario Adult Literacy Curriculum Framework and a sampling of the activities. The milestones that have been suggested are not leveled or Level 1.  The curriculum can be used to develop targeted training.

   
File(s):  
URL:  http://www.laubach-on.ca/bookstore/book/problem-solving-module
   
Linked to:   OALCF


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