Digital Resource Library

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Assistive Technologies

Assistive technologies are any items, pieces of equipment or products used to improve the learning capabilities of individuals.

Authentic documents

Authentic documents are real-world documents that exist outside of the training room. They are workplace materials that workers use on the job and practitioners incorporate in training to contextualize learning and engage participants.

Behaviour Management

Behaviour Management refers to using a set of educational practices and strategies to effectively manage classroom behaviour so that it promotes a positive learning environment. 


Benchmarks refer to measuring participants against specific standards and learning goals. Benchmarking allows educators to identify participants’ strengths and weaknesses, which can then inform future instruction and be used to measure performance gains.


Bias is a disproportionate weight in favor of or against an idea, person or thing, usually in a way that is closed-minded, prejudicial or unfair.

Communication and Cognitive Bias

Assessment Bias

Bloom’s Taxonomy

Bloom’s Taxonomy is a hierarchical framework that encourages participants to work their way up towards more complex thinking and cognitive tasks.

Business Measures

Business measures or metrics are quantifiable measures that businesses use to track, monitor and assess an organization’s long and short term progress.


Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive psychology focuses on the science of how people think. This branch of psychology explores a wide variety of mental processes, including attention, language use, memory, perception, problem solving, creativity and reasoning. Cognitive psychology can help identify effective instructional strategies, such as interleaving and spacing.

Collaboration Skills

Collaboration skills are used to contribute and support others to achieve a common goal. Effective collaboration requires a number of different skills, such as teamwork, active listening, conflict resolution, fostering inclusivity, providing feedback and clarifying roles.


Collaboration Teaching and Learning Materials

Collaboration teaching and learning materials are designed to help participants perform better in a team by understanding how to support and value others, manage difficult interactions and contribute to the team’s work.

The following links include practical, printable, ready-made resources to use in the delivery of Skills for Success training.

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