The Council of the Federation Literacy Award applications for #Yukon, #NWT, #Nunavut

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Northwest Territories

http://www.councilofthefederation.ca/pdfs/2012_Literacy_Awards_NWT.pdf

Nunavut

http://www.gov.nu.ca/files/Nomination%20form_Eng%202012.pdf

Yukon

http://www.education.gov.yk.ca/advanceded/labour/literacyprograms.html#cof

Literacy skills are the essential building blocks for the development of a vibrant society and economy. These foundation skills are embedded in activities in the home, school, community and workplace. There is a continuum of development ranging from learning to read through to reading to learn a variety of other skills and perspectives on life. The end of this continuum is the complex set of skills necessary for daily life, employment, citizenship, and personal advancement and enjoyment in our modern and diverse society. Today, the broad definition of literacy includes a variety of skills: reading text, document use, writing, oral communications, numeracy, thinking skills, computer use, working with others and continuous learning.

Canada’s provinces and territories are repositories of innovative principles, practices and programs that reflect the very highest ideals in literacy best practices, and serve the varying needs of many different types of learners.

In order to bring recognition to achievements in literacy in every province and territory, Premiers created a Council of the Federation Literacy Award medallion. The award recognizes outstanding achievement, innovative practice and excellence in literacy. Thirteen Council of the Federation Literacy medallions are presented annually, one for each province and territory. The Council of the Federation Literacy Award covers the entire spectrum of the field, including family, Aboriginal, health, workplace and community literacy and is given to recognize the excellence of educators, volunteers, learners, and community organizations (including non-governmental organizations) and businesses in each province and territory.

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See on www.councilofthefederation.ca

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