Exploring Approaches to Evaluation in Literacy Programs: A Provincial On-line Evaluation Workshop Summary (2006)

This document summarizes an on-line evaluation workshop hosted by the Saskatchewan Literacy Network in late 2006, in which 12 literacy practitioners from across the province participated. The workshop facilitator was Ningwakwe (Rainbow Woman), a member of the Chippewa First Nation, who has been involved in Aboriginal literacy for 19 years and advocates a holistic approach to literacy/life.

This report begins with a presentation on the "Rainbow/Holistic Approach to Aboriginal Literacy."

The workshop discussions and readings focused on different evaluation processes that can be implemented in literacy programs; how to capture and describe the successes of learners; and how to plan for future programming based on the evaluations practitioners have designed.

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2008-03-28
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Saskatchewan Literacy Network. Exploring Approaches to Evaluation in Literacy Programs: A Provincial On-line Evaluation Workshop Summary 2006. Web. 26 Nov. 2020 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/ews/ews.pdf>
Saskatchewan Literacy Network (2006). Exploring Approaches to Evaluation in Literacy Programs: A Provincial On-line Evaluation Workshop Summary. Retrieved November 26, 2020, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/ews/ews.pdf
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