This book describes the ways in which workplace literacy programs can use a creative learner-centered approach to facilitate language learning through problem posing and critical thinking. By using
learners' own experiences as the basis for the curriculum in a critical approach to literacy, educators can provide a common ground for adults of differing language backgrounds and learning styles to better use their
literacy skills in a workplace culture. Additionally, it details the ways in which educators can help workers learn to negotiate and change the environment of their workplace and use their communicative skills
outside of work.