Brighter Futures Project: Building on Family Literacy Programs by Incorporating Essential Skills (2012)

This manual grew out of a research project undertaken by an Alberta adult learning association, to examine the incorporation of Essential Skills into a family literacy program.

The project focused specifically on the Essential Skills of computer use and numeracy. A curriculum was developed and was piloted in three rural communities in Alberta.

The manual includes separate sections on computer use and numeracy. Each contains activities, lists of required materials, and links to online resources.

The authors have also included information about the nature of Essential Skills and specific tips for working with adult learners

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Taber and District Community Adult Learning Association. Brighter Futures Project: Building on Family Literacy Programs by Incorporating Essential Skills 2012. Web. 28 Feb. 2021 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/oles/brighter/brighter.pdf>
Taber and District Community Adult Learning Association (2012). Brighter Futures Project: Building on Family Literacy Programs by Incorporating Essential Skills. Retrieved February 28, 2021, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/oles/brighter/brighter.pdf
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