2 edition of Literacy and job performance found in the catalog.
Literacy and job performance
Gladys E. Collino
by Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy, Pennsylvania State University in [Pennsylvania]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 22-28).
|Statement||Gladys E. Collino, Elizabeth M. Aderman, Eunice N. Askov.|
|Contributions||Aderman, Elizabeth M., Askov, Eunice Nicholson., Institute for the Study of Adult Literacy|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||28|
What is effective teaching of literacy? The craft of teaching is becoming increasingly complex and nowhere is this more evident than in the area of literacy. Effective teachers are capable of ensuring that an increasingly diverse group of students have the literacy skills to cope with the demands of life beyond school in their careers and/or File Size: KB. scholarly attention. Job performance according to Ferris, Brown, Pang and Keeping () is the set of behaviors that are relevant to the goals of the organisation or the organisational unit in which a person works. This job performance could be scalable actions, behaviour and outcomes that employees engageCited by: 1.
Literacy Coach Job Description Position Description: A Literacy Coach is a specially prepared professional who has responsibility for the literacy performance of readers in general or struggling readers in particular within their schools. The Literacy Coach will provide high-level literacy support for members of the school. The Literacy. This book documents the process the committee used to determine these performance categories, estimates the percentages of adults whose literacy skills fall into each category, recommends ways to communicate about adults’ literacy skills based on NAAL, and makes suggestions for ways to improve future assessments of adult literacy.
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The literacy demands encountered in schools are considerably different from those encountered in the workplace. Existing measures used to analyze literacy demands and abilities in the workplace are not suitable for analyzing the same demands and abilities in schools.
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