Many Canadians are engaged in the lifelong learning process from early childhood to the workplace and beyond. This page contains some quick links to information for Canadian learners.
Experiential learning complements students’ academic learning and provides youth with experiences and knowledge that maximize their growth and development while meeting their needs for career exploration.
CCL was contracted by the Ontario Ministry of Education to undertake a systematic rapid evidence assessment (SREA) of the research literature devoted to examining the effects of experiential learning (EL) programs on student success.
Profiles in Learning is CCL’s ongoing series of feature articles exploring the unique lives and learning experiences of eminent Canadians. Read the latest Profile.
Jérôme Turcotte-Routhier: A hero on (and off) the hardcourt, September 23, 2009
An All-Star guard on Laval’s Rouge et Or, Jérôme Turcotte-Routhier’s skills on the court have led to a number of offers by U.S. college basketball teams. But it’s his dedication to academics and his hometown community that has earned him his highest regard: the respect of his peers.
Securing Prosperity through Canada’s Human Infrastructure: The State of Adult Learning and Workplace Training in Canada
This report focuses on how adult learning —all forms of learning undertaken by adults beyond initial education and training — can help to foster a more secure future for Canadians and Canada. (September 2009)
State of Learning in Canada: Toward a Learning Future
This report provides an overview of how well Canadians are equipped to meet the demands of our collective future. (July 2008)
State of Learning in Canada: No Time for Complacency
This report examines Canada’s state of learning in early childhood, at school, through adulthood, in the workplace and for Aboriginal Peoples, with a special feature on literacy that touches on all these areas. (January 2007)
Lessons in Learning is published to provide Canadians with independent information about 'what works' in learning.
Practically Speaking is a series of feature-length articles highlighting promising practices related to CCL’s five themes. Read the latest article.