Jayne Hunter of Literacy Nova Scotia helps out participants in the Personality Dimensions & Learning Styles workshop.
Everyone involved with HCLN has opportunities to learn and this past year we were lucky to have many workshops and professional development events to choose from. Highlights include an excellent Assessment Tools & Practices workshop with Dr. Pat Campbell of Grassroots Press, an introduction to the new NSSAL math and communications curriculum with David Pilmer and Meredith Hutchings and our own volunteer tutor orientations, Tutor Basics and the Learning Circles workshops.
HCLN learners also had plenty of extra learning opportunities with Jane MacDonald’s Advancing Learning Technologies computer classes, creative writing sessions with Jenni Blackmore and a Personality Dimensions & Learning Styles workshop sponsored by Literacy Nova Scotia.
Sharing ideas at the Spring Garden Road Library Tutor Learning Circle.
Jenni Blackmore with friends Margaret and Fatima at the Lady Hammond Learning Program creative writing workshop.
Learning together at the Winter session of Tutor Basics at the Captain William Spry Library.