Workforce Development Solutions
Motivates employees and their children to master their reading and writing skills by providing a parallel experience for children ages 5-10 learning alongside their parents or relatives. Depending on their relationship, employees can learn by helping their children, learn from their children who help them, or compete with their children to see who can master the most skills. Offering the same learner control, teamwork and formative feedback as our adult programs, along with a complete Spanish language program for young immigrants transitioning into English, Family Bilingual Literacy fits perfectly into the Family Literacy Solution.
Reading Skills for Today’s Adults – Professional Edition
Motivates learners to build their reading and writing skills by having them work in teams, asking them to make decisions about what to learn next and rewarding communications during problem solving. The software provides learners with over 350 high interest life skills readings at grade levels 1-8 that provide useful information in the context of building reading skills. Over 1,500 learning activities covering all six elements of literacy: phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary development, fluency, comprehension and writing ensure true literacy mastery.
Interactive GED Vocabulary
Helps employees master thousands of high use words through engaging learning activities (we won’t call them games, but, they are.) Learners choose the activities that work for them: definition-based, spelling-based, sound-based, etc. They then use the same words in writing to activate them. If your organization needs job-specific vocabulary development, please click here to contact The Famnily Learning Company.
Family Literacy and Workforce Development
Most workforce development programs assume adequate literacy skills to understand the content in text, build knowledge and prepare job-related skills. However, only 1/3 of Americans read above an eighth grade level, and most of the remaining 2/3 have skills gaps down to the second or third grade level. How to fill in those skill gaps while simultaneously developing job-related skills? Develop core reading and writing, and also job-related skills like teamwork, oral communications, problem solving and individual agency. Link adults’ learning to their childrens’ learning to motivate them, engage them and give them a support team. Meet workers where they are with literacy development activities that carry them to specific job-related skills.
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