Family Literacy Best Practices Guide for Programs in Nova Scotia (2003)

These guidelines have been developed as a foundation on which to build Family Literacy programs in Nova Scotia. Because Family Literacy programs are developed based on the need in each community, there is no uniform program that is delivered across the province. What the programs do have in common is the same inclusive philosophy, values and commitment to their participants. Family Literacy practitioners can use this guide as a reference point for the development of their respective programs.

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2003-10-15
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Family Literacy Research for Nova Scotia, Projet de recherche en alphabétisation familiale pour la Nouvelle-Écosse and Michelle Bowden. Family Literacy Best Practices Guide for Programs in Nova Scotia 2003. Web. 24 Nov. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/best/best.pdf>
Family Literacy Research for Nova Scotia, Projet de recherche en alphabétisation familiale pour la Nouvelle-Écosse & Michelle Bowden (2003). Family Literacy Best Practices Guide for Programs in Nova Scotia. Retrieved November 24, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/learning/best/best.pdf
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