Experience sharing

Sharing Aboriginal Stories: Learning about the Sundance (2010)

This story is one in a series written by participants in the Circles of Intelligent Knowledge Program offered by the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network. The program is a learner-centred, intergenerational, community approach to Aboriginal lifelong learning combined with English literacy.

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2010-09-21

Sharing Aboriginal Stories: Dreamcatcher (2010)

This story is one in a series written by participants in the Circles of Intelligent Knowledge Program offered by the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network. The program is a learner-centred, intergenerational, community approach to Aboriginal lifelong learning combined with English literacy.

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2010-09-21

Sharing Aboriginal Stories: Eagle Feathers (2010)

2nd Edition

This story is one in a series written by participants in the Circles of Intelligent Knowledge Program offered by the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network. The program is a learner-centred, intergenerational, community approach to Aboriginal lifelong learning combined with English literacy. The stories deal with Aboriginal culture and tradition.

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2010-09-21

Sharing Aboriginal Stories: Aboriginal Moccasins (2010)

2nd Edition

This story is one in a series written by participants in the Circles of Intelligent Knowledge Program offered by the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network. The program is a learner-centred, intergenerational, community approach to Aboriginal lifelong learning combined with English literacy.

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2010-09-10

Sharing Aboriginal Stories: Drumming Traditional Knowledge (2010)

2nd Edition

This story is one in a series written by participants in the Circles of Intelligent Knowledge Program offered by the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network. The program is a learner-centred, intergenerational, community approach to Aboriginal lifelong learning combined with English literacy.

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2010-09-10

Literacy: An Aboriginal Cultural Tradition - Aboriginal Literacy Gathering 2010 Final Report (2010)

This document outlines the proceedings of Gathering 2010, the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network’s fourth annual literacy conference. The gathering brought together elders, adult learners, youth, literacy practitioners, Aboriginal program developers, government officials and other stakeholders involved in Aboriginal literacy.

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2010-08-17

Literacy Works! The Foundation of a Healthy Economy in Northern Ontario (2007)

The authors of this 12-page document outline the general benefits of increased literacy skills and discuss the importance of literacy and basic skills programs in the workplace. They have included tips for organizing a workplace education program as well as several personal stories of people who have improved their essential skills.

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2010-08-17

Community Works Implementation and Process Guide (2008)

Heartwood House in Ottawa is an umbrella organization for more than a dozen non-profit groups. Since 2001, it has been the home of the lost and found division of OC Transpo, Ottawa’s public transit system. Clients of Heartwood House’s member agencies have the opportunity to volunteer at the lost and found division and, in the process, develop their literacy, employment and social skills.

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2010-08-10

Literacy Service Plan - Huron & Perth Counties 2008-2009 (2009)

Increasing Skills In Your Community

This document, prepared by the QUILL Learning Network, summarizes the 2008/2009 literacy service plan for Ontario’s Huron and Perth counties.

The authors provide an overview of the Literacy and Basic Skills program in Ontario, including a timeline of developments in adult literacy in that province. From there, they move on to look at programs within the specific context of the Huron and Perth counties area.

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2010-06-22

Literacy Service Plan - Grey & Bruce Counties 2008-2009 (2009)

Increasing Skills In Your Community

This document, prepared by the QUILL Learning Network, summarizes the 2008/2009 literacy service plan for Ontario’s Grey and Bruce counties.

The authors provide an overview of the Literacy and Basic Skills program in Ontario, including a timeline of developments in adult literacy in that province. From there, they move on to look at programs within the specific context of the Grey-Bruce region.

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2010-06-22

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