Aboriginal literacy

New Brunswick Aboriginal Workplace Essential Skills Curriculum: Course 5 (2010)

Keyboarding

This document is part of the curriculum developed by the New Brunswick Aboriginal Workplace Essential Skills (NBAWES) project, which was designed to help Aboriginal adults improve their literacy skills and their employability. The project is based on existing workplace Essential Skills curricula, adapted to meet the needs of Mi’kmaq and Maliseet adult learners.

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2011-12-13

New Brunswick Aboriginal Workplace Essential Skills Curriculum: Course 4 (2010)

Computer Systems

The New Brunswick Aboriginal Workplace Essential Skills (NBAWES) project was designed to help Aboriginal adults improve both their literacy skills and their employability. It uses existing workplace Essential Skills curricula, adapted to meet the specific needs of Mi’kmaq and Maliseet adult learners.

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2011-12-13

New Brunswick Aboriginal Workplace Essential Skills Curriculum: Course 3 (2010)

Reading Text

This curriculum unit is part of the New Brunswick Aboriginal Workplace Essential Skills (NBAWES) project, which was designed to help Aboriginal adults improve their literacy skills and their employability. The project is based on existing workplace Essential Skills curricula, adapted to meet the needs of Mi’kmaq and Maliseet adult learners.

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2011-12-13

New Brunswick Aboriginal Workplace Essential Skills Curriculum: Course 2 (2010)

World of Words

The New Brunswick Aboriginal Workplace Essential Skills (NBAWES) project was designed to help Aboriginal adults improve their literacy skills and their employability. It uses existing workplace Essential Skills curricula, adapted to meet the specific needs of Mi’kmaq and Maliseet adult learners.

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2011-12-13

New Brunswick Aboriginal Workplace Essential Skills Curriculum: Course 1 (2010)

Learning and Life

This curriculum unit is part of the New Brunswick Aboriginal Workplace Essential Skills (NBAWES) project, which was designed to help Aboriginal adults improve their literacy skills and their employability. Existing workplace Essential Skills curricula have been adapted to meet the needs of Mi’kmaq and Maliseet adult learners through culturally relevant content presented during a 34-week course.

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2011-12-13

Saskatoon Urban Aboriginal Strategy (2011)

Final Report 2010-2011

This document outlines the establishment of the Aboriginal Parent Roles Interacting with Teacher Support (APRINTS) project in Saskatoon, a family literacy program designed to enhance children’s learning through play, drawing, writing, sharing books, talking and storytelling.

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2011-09-09

How To Kit: Northwest Territories General Election (2011)

This learning kit has been prepared specifically for the Northwest Territories general election scheduled for October 3, 2011. However, it contains a great deal of information that is relevant to the electoral process in general.

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2011-08-30

2010 Literacy Cafés (2010)

Volume 3: Prince Albert and North

In May 2010, the Saskatchewan Literacy Network held discussions in Prince Albert and La Ronge. As in previous years, the goals of these “literacy cafés” were to provide a networking opportunity for literacy stakeholders and to ask for information to guide the network’s efforts.

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2011-07-08

Aboriginal Literacy & the Importance of "Unlearning" (2011)

Panel presentation by Allan Quigley, St. Francis Xavier University

In this document, presented as part of a panel discussion during the launch of the Aboriginal Adult Literacy Assessment Tool (AALAT), the author argues that current measures of literacy are arbitrary criteria that are biased against Aboriginal people.

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2011-06-21

The South Island Learning Community (SILC) Project (2010)

Revue « À lire en ligne », FCAF

The South Island Learning Community (SILC) Project was carried out between 2005 and 2008 in the Greater Victoria area of British Columbia. The goal of the project was to create and test a model for building community capacity, both individual and organizational, to enhance the development of adult literacy skills through the use of information technology.

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2011-05-24

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