Poetry [student written]

The Voices of the Reading & Writing Center (2010)

This document features the poetry and prose of adult learners at the Reading and Writing Centre of the Cowichan Campus of Vancouver Island University in British Columbia.

The student writers chose their best work for the collection. The stories and poems were written and edited over weeks or months, and some students also added pictures to accompany their writing.

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2012-10-25

Our Side of the Mountain 2012 (2012)

Making Learning Possible

This publication brings together some of the best work produced by adult learners with the Adult Learning Association of Cape Breton County, in Nova Scotia.

The collection includes stories, poems, and some artwork. The contributions cover a broad range of topics, including personal experiences, hobbies, social issues, and history.

This is the 13th edition of “Our Side of the Mountain.”

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2012-07-31

Our Side of the Mountain - 2011 (2011)

A collection of stories, poems and ideas written down by adult learners of the Adult Learning Association of Cape Breton County

This is a collection of stories, poems and thoughts written by adult learners involved with the Adult Learning Association of Cape Breton County, in Nova Scotia.

Some of the contributors have written specifically about their experiences as learners, while others have written about their goals and plans, hobbies; pets, their lives, and people who are important to them.

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2011-05-27

Our Side of the Mountain - 2008 (2008)

Collected Writings of Adult Learners

Our side of the Mountain is a collection of stories, poems and ideas written by adult students of the Adult Learning Association of Cape Breton County. This is the ninth edition of this publication..

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2009-02-16

Celebrating the Right to Learn! (2008)

Adult Learners Celebrate Their Right to Learn and Freedom of Expression

This document is a collection of writings by adult learners in Nova Scotia. In celebration of International Adult Learners’ Week 2008, Literacy Nova Scotia collected submissions from adult learners across the province who wanted to celebrate their right to learn and their freedom of expression by writing about the learning journeys they had undertaken as adults.

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2008-08-20

Step by Step: Yearbook 2006 (2006)

The Halifax Community Learning Network is a community-based initiative funded through the Department of Education’s Nova Scotia School for Adult Learning that offers programs in various locations in the Halifax area. The 2006 yearbook is a collection of stories written by the students participating in these programs. The book also includes messages from various individuals involved in the Network.

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2008-07-21

Beauty Galore: Yearbook 2008 (2008)

The Halifax Community Learning Network is a community-based adult learning program. The program's 2008 yearbook includes messages from various individuals associated with the program and the writings of students from the program. In this collection, you will find stories of hope and dreams, loss and learning. The title Beauty Galore,comes from a poem by one of the adult learners in the program.

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2008-07-11

Dani Harder - Memories of a Life Well Lived (2002)

For almost three years, Dani was a volunteer tutor in the Independent Studies program at Frontier College, where she acted as a classroom teaching assistant helping students in our three literacy classes to learn.

This is a tribute to Dani and a life well lived.

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2006-02-09

Still Dreaming: Yearbook 2005 (2005)

A Year of Learning with HCLN

This document contains works written by adult learners in programs offered by the Halifax Community Learning Network (HCLN), a non-profit organization based in Nova Scotia’s capital region.

The collection includes poetry, opinion pieces, book and movie reviews, and personal narratives. One learner wrote about her family’s escape, on foot, from Ethiopia. Others have written about their efforts to improve their literacy skills.

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2006-01-09

Changing Paths (2002)

A literacy & life skills program for women in conflict with the law

In 1998, a program was undertaken by the Edmonton John Howard Society and the Elizabeth Fry Society of Edmonton, with the collaborative support of numerous community-based agencies and organizations. This program was especially designed for women who were in, or at risk of being in, conflict with the law.

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2005-05-11

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