Literacy for Social Change
For women and men seeking to improve the quality of their lives, lack of literacy skills becomes a major obstacle to success. Through a unique alternative that effectively combines learning, participatory dialogue, and action, adult literacy instruction can become a powerful and motivational tool to advance and even accelerate economic self-sufficiency, family health, human rights, environmental issues, children’s education, peace, and participation in civil society. In this course, you will learn about practical methods for integrating literacy and community development.
To register to this course for the first time, click Register to this Course. To return to this or any other course you have already started, click Return to Course.
Note: If you have taken courses on Thinkfinity LiteracyNetwork, your user name and password for that coursework will also work on this site, and you will be able to access any of the courses or course certificates for work that you have already started or completed. If you have not taken any courses on LiteracyNetwork or ProLiteracy EdNet, you will be able to create a user name and password to access courses using the Register to this Course link, as well.