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OVERVIEW OF The ALS A&E LEARNING PROCESS. ALS A&E LSDS. THREE LEVELS OF LITERACY. Secondary Level Self-Learning Level. Elementary Level Semi-Literate Level (transition to self-learning level). Basic Literacy Illiterate Level. ALS A&E LEARNING PROCESS: Come One, Come All!.

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Overview of the als a e learning process

OVERVIEW OF The ALS A&E

LEARNING PROCESS


Three levels of literacy

ALS A&E LSDS

THREE LEVELS OF LITERACY

Secondary Level

Self-Learning Level

Elementary Level

Semi-Literate Level

(transition to self-learning level)

Basic Literacy

Illiterate Level


Overview of the als a e learning process

ALS A&E LEARNING PROCESS:

Come One, Come All!

By the use of two

ALS Placement instruments,

such as the FLT;

and

Recognition of Prior Learning

(RPL)

How is the starting learning

level of learners determined

in the ALS A&E learning

system?

  • By asking basic questions like:

  • Have you attended schools?

  • What grade have you finished?

  • What did you learn?

  • What can you read?

  • What can you write?

  • What else can you do?

How is the

Recognition of Prior

Learning done?


Overview of the als a e learning process

The ALS A&E Placement Process

The facilitator-aided

instruction, transition

to self-learning

and the self-learning

process.

What learning processes

are used in the ALS A&E

Learning Support

Delivery System?


Overview of the als a e learning process

What learning process

is used at the lower

elementary level?

It involves

facilitator-aided instruction

in structured learning

group sessions.


Overview of the als a e learning process

Learning materials with

accompanying facilitators’

guides and other

materials like posters,

cards and pictures.

What learning materials

are used at the

lower elementary level?


Overview of the als a e learning process

The

Instructional Managers

Who facilitates the

learning group

sessions?


Overview of the als a e learning process

How many learners

compose a

learning group?

A learning group is

composed of 20 - 25

learners.


Overview of the als a e learning process

Who decides on the

schedule and venue

of the learning

group session?

The learners decide on

the schedule and venue

of the learning group

session.


Overview of the als a e learning process

The learner chooses the

modules based on his

needs and interests as

specified in his

Individual Learning Agreement.

Who decides on what

modules to be read?


Overview of the als a e learning process

Learning group session is

usually held 2 - 4 hours,

two - three times a week.

How long is the conduct

of each learning

group session?


Overview of the als a e learning process

Reading of a particular

lesson, discussion,

What activities are involved

during the 2 - 4 hour

learning group sessions?

practice exercises

in reading &

writing

and/or a practical

demonstration of

a step by step process.


Overview of the als a e learning process

In every learning

group session,

the IM tries as much as

possible to start it with an

activity, either in the form

of a game, simulation,

role play, brainstorming

or any other group

group techniques

How does the

Experiential

Learning Cycle or

4As of adult

learning work in the

facilitator-aided

learning group session?

After the activity,

analysis follows leading

to abstract conceptualization, and

finally the application of

the concepts or skills learned


Overview of the als a e learning process

Will the IM always

follow

what were written

on the

facilitator’s guide?

The facilitator’s guide is purely

suggestive in nature.

If the activities provided

are not suited to learners,

another strategies may be used.

Use other strategies,like

small group discussions,

jigsaw techniques, drama,

panel discussion,

demonstration, etc.

How could the IM

keep

the learning group

session alive?


Overview of the als a e learning process

How does the learning

process take place at the

self-learning level?

They read the modules by

themselves in a place

of their choice

Learners work through the

modules by completing the

various lessons and self-assessment

activities and check their answers by

referring to the answer keys at

the end of each module


Overview of the als a e learning process

Some learners will require some sort of

face-to-face learning support activities

like structured learning sessions,

study groups and/or tutorials, semi structured

group sessions, unstructured discussions,

demonstration session, mentoring

and remediation


Overview of the als a e learning process

Once they have finished the modules,

the learner meets with the IM

for possible revision of the ILA

and for selection of another

set of 2-3 modules.


Overview of the als a e learning process

How else do you measure/

assess the learner’s progress

apart from using the self-

assessment exercises in

the modules?

By using peer evaluation,

a learning log or a journal,

informal dialog with

learner’s observation about

the progress of fellow

learners.


Overview of the als a e learning process

Are learners required

to complete the

800 hours

of learning?

They may exit anytime

they think they have

satisfied their learning

needs or when they feel

they are no longer

interested to go on.


Overview of the als a e learning process

Activities to be rendered by the IM

  • Screening and placement of the learners

  • conduct of learning group sessions and other learning activities at the learning center

  • identification of learner’s learning goals and assistance in the preparation of ILA.

  • supervision of self-learning activities at the learning center


Overview of the als a e learning process

Activities to be rendered by the IM

  • One-on-one tutorial support

  • Conduct of learner counseling sessions

  • Preparation of written feedback on completed module assignments

  • Conduct of home visits