CCL's Multimedia Centre is where you'll find photo galleries, videos and podcasts. Check out this section to see how our learning network is changing our lives and meet some of the people responsible for making it happen.
This video from the Canadian Council on Learning explores the social and economic benefits of learning at all stages of life, via facts and interviews with Canadians from all walks of life.
Press conference footage from the Dec. 9, 2009 release for the landmark report from the Canadian Council on Learning, The State of Aboriginal Learning in Canada: A Holistic Approach to Measuring Success. This clip features: Paul Cappon, President and CEO of CCL; Shawn A-in-chut Atleo, National Chief of the Assembly of First Nations; Mary Simon, President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami; Marc Leclair, Métis National Council; Betty Ann Lavallée, National Chief of the Congress of Aboriginal Peoples, and; Jeannette Corbiere Lavell, President of the Native Women’s Association of Canada.
Evolving Education is a three-part series that presents viewers with compelling questions about the way we educate students and offers successful, if provocative, answers. The series celebrates three case studies that reflect the ideas of John Abbott, an advocate of cognitive apprenticeship. This discussion guide has been created as an aid for teachers to facilitate dialogue and stimulate thought on the ideas presented in the Evolving Education video series. (Printing note: Set double-sided printing settings to flip-up for portrait and flip-over for landscape.)
Gorilla Parenting takes viewers into the parenting trenches by addressing questions modern parents confront daily.
Success stories is a series of videos produced for Reading the Future: Planning to meet Canada’s future literacy needs. In Canada, men and women of all ages, cultural backgrounds and demographic groups face literacy challenges. The following first-person accounts are of inspirational adults who have worked to overcome low literacy.
Promising Practices is a series of five videos produced in 2006 as part of the Composite Learning Index that highlight effective lifelong learning practices across the country in CCL’s five main research areas: Health and Learning, Adult Learning, Work and Learning, Early Childhood Learning and Aboriginal Learning.
The Minerva Lecture Series was created to foster discussion between Canadian learning researchers and citizens from across the country. The Minerva Lecture Series is a unique opportunity to understand how research can inform and affect learning for all at different stages of life.
The Practically Speaking Series is a series of feature-length articles highlighting innovative, and inspirational, promising practices in each of CCL’s five themes: Aboriginal learning, health and learning, work and learning, adult learning and early childhood learning.