Family Literacy

Prenatal Caring Circle: Promoting family literacy, bonding and well-being before and after birth (2011)

Pregnancy Guide

Prenatal Caring Circle is a program for expectant mothers and the important people in their lives. The goals of the program are to help participants learn what family literacy means; how to strengthen the bond with their baby before and after birth; and how to nurture their own and their baby’s well-being before and after birth.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-04-27

State of Inuit Learning in Canada (2005)

This document was written to provide a perspective on the Inuit context for the Canadian Council on Learning’s (CCL’s) Knowledge Centres, with particular focus on the Aboriginal Learning Centre.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-03-01

State of Métis Nation Learning (2005)

The author of this document provides both historical and current contexts for the Métis Nation, a distinct society within the Aboriginal peoples of Canada, and outlines a strategy for educational change.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-03-01

Love Grows Brains (2009)

A guide for parents to support their children's healthy brain development

This booklet explains the connection between early childhood experiences, brain growth, and lifelong learning.

The authors explain that the brain grows more from birth to age three than at any other time in a person’s life. They describe how everyday things like cuddling, singing and talking to a baby stimulate brain development.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-02-24

Second Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Gathering (2006)

kéni- pimahatówang owéti izi nígán “Pathways to the Future”

This document outlines the proceedings of Gathering 2006, the Saskatchewan Aboriginal Literacy Network’s 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.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-02-16

The Truth About Nibbles: Student Activities (2010)

This workbook accompanies "The Truth About Nibbles," a book about an Aboriginal girl named Karen, her classmates, and the title character, a hamster. The book is designed to be read aloud by an adult and a child together, with simpler text in larger print for the child to read and more complex text in smaller print for the adult to read.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-02-15

The Truth About Nibbles: Teacher's Guide (2010)

This guide accompanies “The Truth About Nibbles,” a book about an Aboriginal girl named Karen, her classmates, and the title character, a hamster. The book is designed to be read aloud by an adult and a child together, with simpler text in larger print for the child to read and more complex text in smaller print for the adult to read.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-02-15

Working Together for Adult Literacy: An Adult Literacy Strategy for New Brunswick - Progress report for Action Plan 2010-2013 (2010)

This document, released in December 2010, provides a summary of significant actions initiated during the preceding 12 months in support of the New Brunswick government’s adult literacy strategy.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-02-04

Family Literacy Programs in Alberta: Literacy Develops in Families First (2009)

This purpose of document, compiled by the Edmonton-based Centre for Family Literacy, is to provide as comprehensive a listing as possible of family literacy programs operating in communities across Alberta. It includes information on the programs funded through Alberta Advanced Education and Technology’s Parent-Child Literacy Strategy, as well as programs funded through other sources.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-01-27

Story Time Adventures (2010)

Story Time Adventures is a program that can be offered to preschool children through a child development centre or early intervention program, in morning or afternoon sessions.

Get resource
Added: 
2011-01-27

Pages

© 2022 Copian Library