In its third year, the Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life Literacy Innovation Award recognizes community organizations that have developed and delivered innovative literacy programs that make a significant impact on their communities. Each year the top winner shares the details of their winning program in a national webinar for Canadian literacy practitioners to […]
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Inspired by their experience helping their parents with ESL homework, two Toronto men launched an innovative approach to integrating immigrant adults into their community. View more.
Two youth (Mahdi & Praveen) and two adults (Aslam Shaheen & Ferial) were featured in a segment by City News. View the video here: http://www.citytv.com/toronto/citynews/videos/214537
A Regent Park-based program that turns the tables by having savvy immigrant youth teach adults computer and language skills has earned a prestigious United Nations award. Read the full story here
Classes continue through the weekend for 14-year-old Mazharul Khan, only these classes take place at the Daniels Centre of Learning Regent Park instead of at his school; and here, he is the one teaching. Read more here.
Student volunteer Thivija Ramajeyam and program participant Johura Jaigirdar chat in a classroom at the Regent Park Learning Centre on Feb. 3, 2011. Mohammed Shafique, a 23-year-old commerce graduate from Regent Park, is looking for funding to support a program the women are involved with called Youth Empowering Parents, in which students form Regent Park […]
Youth Empowering Parents is a three-hour weekend ESL and computer skills class. Each adult is paired with a young volunteer from the same linguistic and cultural background. She decided to come to YEP when her children got frustrated with trying to teach her English. Her teacher is Hoore Jannat, 13. “I came because I like […]
It all happens in an ordinary-looking ESL classroom: six opposite-facing wide-screen monitors that display typing programs and the odd YouTube video or online games for students who finish early. And, on this particular weekend at the Regent Park Centre of Learning, an ordinary end-of-semester event is taking place, as students and teachers alike receive accolades […]