Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network Inc. (SALN)

Aboriginal Adult Literacy Assessment Tool (2011)

Saskatchewan AALAT Provincial Results

The Aboriginal Adult Literacy Assessment Tool (AALAT) project was developed in response to the 2003 International Adult Literacy and Skills Survey (IALSS), which reported that more than 63 per cent of Aboriginal adults did not possess the literacy skills required to be contributing members of Canadian society.

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2011-06-21

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

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
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