Source: Canadian Council on Learning (CLC/CCA)
Summary: The Holistic Lifelong Learning Measurement Framework is based on the underlying structure of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Holistic Lifelong Learning Models that were first published in 2007 by the Canadian Council on Learning (CCL). These learning models were developed by Aboriginal learning experts across Canada, marking an essential first step toward the development of the present framework.
The new framework incorporates the elements common to all three learning models, while acknowledging and integrating elements that are unique to the learning perspectives of First Nations, Inuit and Métis people. It also provides a shared tool for monitoring progress in Aboriginal communities for future years.
The three main components of the Holistic Lifelong Learning Measurement Framework are: Sources and Domains of Knowledge, The Lifelong Learning Journey and Community Well-being.