ERIC Number: ED069476
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1972
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Learning Individualized for Canadians (LINC) Mathematics.
This instruction manual for the Learning Individualized for Canadians (LINC) mathematics course is designed for use in adult basic education or retraining programs focusing on individually prescribed learning. Emphasis is on developing computational and problem-solving skills and on practical applications of mathematics to everyday life skills and occupational training. The manual contains an instructor's guide, the LINC mathematics course, and copies of placement inventories, objectives, prescription sheets, tests, and answer keys. A variety of self-instructional resources for the student are listed. The course consists of ten units of instruction: whole numbers; fractions; decimals; percent; measurement; perimeter, area, volume; geometry; statistics; integers and rationals; and introductory algebra. An annotated list of instructional materials is included for each unit and an additional comprehensive list for the course is also given. See SE 014 928 for the administrator and instructor's manual on the LINC program. (DT)
Descriptors: Adult Education, Curriculum, Individualized Instruction, Instruction, Instructional Materials, Mathematical Applications, Mathematics Education, Objectives, Remedial Mathematics, Teaching Guides, Units of Study
ERIC/SMEAC, 1460 West Lane Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43221 (on loan)
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Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Saskatchewan Dept. of Education, Regina.; Department of Regional Economic Expansion, Ottawa (Ontario).
Authoring Institution: Saskatchewan NewStart, Inc., Prince Albert.