Authors: Sandy Coghlin
The focus of this project is to use real-life numeracy activities as a starting point for developing skills required in the workplace.
The curriculum is divided into 18 classes with each class introducing an everyday life activity for a reference point, then continuing to reinforce the embedded numeracy skills present using workplace activities. The workplace activities are at Essential Skill level one and two.
Among the skills covered in the curriculum are counting; making change; calculating tax; and converting measurements.
Each class includes additional computer activities to enhance the workplace skills that have just been learned.