Practitioner resources

Working Effectively with Persons with Disabilities Against Crime (1999)

Protecting Ourselves: A Facilitators Guide to Crime Prevention

Protecting Ourselves is an educational tool for facilitators to assist persons with disabilities in making the necessary changes in perception, attitude and practices that will ultimately empower them to act in a safe and informed manner when dealing with perpetrators of crime and violence.

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2005-02-28

Literacy Programs That Work (2004)

Sharing Knowledge and Experience

What makes one literacy program more successful than another? High quality literacy programs share many principles in common. These principles are often referred to as "best practices" or "good practice". Both of these terms are used to describe what works best in a particular situation or environment.

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2005-02-24

Team Time Phase 3: Training in Lean Manufacturing (2004)

This is Phase 3 of a project designed to develop and share a model of inclusive workplace training for real participation through team processes in a Continuous Improvement (CI) or Lean Manufacturing environment. The training was developed and delivered through a pilot stage by people at Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) member Teleflex Canada Ltd. in British Columbia.

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2005-02-23

Team Time Phase 2 Report (2003)

This is Phase 2 of a project designed to develop and share a model of inclusive workplace training for real participation through team processes in a Continuous Improvement (CI) or Lean Manufacturing environment. The training was developed and delivered through a pilot stage by people at Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) member Teleflex Canada Ltd. in British Columbia.

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2005-02-23

Team Time Report on Phase One (2002)

This project was designed to develop and share a model of inclusive workplace training for real participation through team processes in a Continuous Improvement (CI) or Lean Manufacturing environment. The training was developed and delivered through a pilot stage by people at Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) member Teleflex Canada Ltd. in British Columbia.

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2005-02-23

Practitioner Toolkit (2004)

Working with Adult English Language Learners

This toolkit, developed in the United States, was designed to give support to adult education and family literacy instructors new to serving adult English language learners and their families in rural, urban, and faith- or community-based programs. The Toolkit is designed to have a positive impact on the teaching and learning in these programs.

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2005-02-22

Change is Inevitable, But Growth is Optional (1999)

A Self Advocacy Manual

Change is Inevitable, but Growth is Optional . . . The title is central to the Independent Living movement. This Self-Advocacy Manual is a tool for facilitators and volunteers to assist persons with disabilities learn the skills necessary to become effective self-advocates.

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2005-02-22

Developing Successful Strategies for At-Risk Youth (2004)

An Annotated List of Resources for Those Designing Youth Programmes

Teachers and educators want to improve the likelihood of students graduating from high school and want to support youth who have already dropped out of school. These young people are what are usually referred to as “at-risk youth”. "At-risk youth" may also apply to those who have emotional or behavioural issues. Many factors contribute to youth becoming at risk.

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2005-02-16

Guidelines and Support Materials for the Acquisition of Computer-Based Adult Literacy Systems (1994)

Deciding whether or not to introduce a computer-based system into an adult literacy program elicits many questions. Does the approach used by the technology support the educational goals and philosophy of the unit? What changes occur in classroom practices? What will be the effects on the learners? Is the expense of setting up a computer-based system worth it? If trouble arises, who is there to help?

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2005-02-15

Working Well Together (1992)

Community Colleges in Literacy Partnerships that Work

Community colleges call on organizations to find out how to best meet needs of adult literacy students. Businesses call on educational institutions to help them design literacy courses for their employees. These partnerships allow each organization to benefit from the expertise of the other.

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2005-02-03

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