Family literacy programs

Phase 2 of the Manukau Family Literacy Programmes (2004)

Final (Third) Formative and Process Evaluation Report

The Manukau Family Literacy Programme has now been in operation during 2003 at two sites, involving three intakes of adults and their nominated children (attending either the participating kindergarten or primary school).

As a result of the evaluative data reported in this and the first two reports, the following statements represent a summary of the evaluation findings for the MFLP.

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2006-07-07

Family Literacy in Ontario (2006)

Putting it on the MAP!

The positions and recommended actions in this working paper are framed and informed by a recent province-wide study survey of the state of family literacy programming in Ontario, commissioned by Action for Family Literacy Ontario (AFLO), a working group of the Ontario Literacy Coalition (OLC).

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2006-06-08

Quality Storytents (2006)

A Resource for Family, Early Childhood and Community Literacy Workers

The Quality Storytent Program is a means of providing literacy access and support where these might not otherwise appear.

The document includes the following:
1- An introduction to storytent
2- The philosophy behind it
3- How to plan for one
4- How to deliver a Quality storytent
5- Special challenges
6- References and indexes.

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2006-03-17

Literacy Resource Directory: Prevention Activities in Quebec (2004)

LLC-Q/LVQ has strived to create a resource directory that reflects prevention activities and initiatives in the Quebec English literacy community.

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2005-11-23

Guide To Evaluation For Family Literacy Projects In Alberta (1997)

This guide to evaluation grew out of research conducted by the Family Literacy Action Group (FLAG) of Alberta. The research identified what family literacy workers in Alberta considered key issues and concerns. The most prevalent of these issues and concerns were the lack of on-going funding sources for family literacy programs and the need for strategies for reaching families most in need of this type of support.

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2005-08-05

Ready...Set, Read! (1999)

A Guide to Running Family Literacy Nights

This guide describes a family literacy program developed at Spruceland Elementary School in Prince George, British Columbia. In the program, the students and their families were invited to three evening meetings and organized activities at the school.

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2005-07-29

Summer Reading Club (2005)

Outreach Library Service through a Neighbourhood Storytent Program

This document contains some information to guide libraries in alternative ways to engage hard to reach children in their programs. It describes Saint John, New Brunswick's “Storytent Summer Reading Club Outreach” program (2003-2004) and how to implement this type of program in your community.

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2005-06-28

Building Community Literacy From The Ground Up (2003)

Since 1996, communities in the Canadian Columbia Basin of British Columbia (East and West Kootenay Regions, Valemount, and Revelstoke) have been planning, developing, and delivering family literacy programs with encouragement and widespread support. During those years, a total of seventeen communities have agreed to work together and to support each other.

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2005-04-12

Directory - Programs and Initiatives for Family Literacy Education and Support in New Brunswick (English) (2010)

This directory lists programs and initiatives that provide family literacy education and support in
New Brunswick. It is divided into two sections, with the first section listing province-wide initiatives that offer programs or services in many communities around New Brunswick. The second section lists local programs and initiatives by county.

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2004-07-05

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.

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2003-10-15

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