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Family Literacy

Relevant Sites

Adult and Community Educators of Florida, Inc.
This association represents the interests, concerns, and talents of adult and community education professionals and volunteers.

Florida’s Distance Learning and Technology Project
This site offers lesson plans, links to other educational sites, and online professional development.

National Center for Family Literacy

Practitioner's Taskforce on Family Literacy

Time To Read Online-Time Warner’s Literacy/Mentoring Program
This site provides online resources to enrich tutoring skills, to foster a love of reading, and to change lives through literacy.

Tutors for kidsThis website was launched by the Supplemental Educational Services Quality (SESQ) Center. It provides free information and tools to help parents, educators, policymakers, and program providers ensure that eligible children get the free, extra academic help they need. Services paid for by school districts, and selected by parents offer increased educational choices to students in thousands of schools nationwide.

TV411
This is a television series for adults who want to strengthen their literacy skills by using interactive lessons that correspond with the television show.

U.S. Department of Education
This site provides information and links for teachers of all ages and subject areas.

 

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Program Manager's Toolkit
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International Resources
Financial Literacy
Career Pathways
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Articles

Building On Existing Strengths to Increase Family Literacy
Wendy Schwartz

Educational and Mothering Discourses and Learner Goals: Mexican Immigrant Women Enacting Agency in a Family Literacy Program
This study suggests that practitioners should identify how societal norms concerning mothering and literacy shape family literacy programming, teaching, and their understandings of learners. This study helps identify how learners use these discourses to expand their identities, take advantage of new opportunities, and achieve goals.

Family and Intergenerational Literacy
Sandra Kirker

Family Literacy: The Magic of Reading
Road to Reading Project
This is an article that illustrates ways to encourage family literacy in the home.

Literacy BC
This guide to starting a family literacy program includes sections on community needs and program evaluation.

Resources

Florida Family Literacy Resource Guide
A comprehensive “how-to” manual for developing and managing family literacy programs.

Brain Pop
This is a highly interactive science, health and technology web site designed for new
learners.

Family Literacy Resource Notebook
Connie Sapin and Nancy Padak

Intergenerational Cultural Traditions
Susan Gaer and Melissa Wilhoit
This is a project in which grandparents, parents and children write about and illustrate their experience of the same family tradition from different generational perspectives.

ParentCenter.Com
This site helps parents see news, tips, activities, and features geared to their child's age.
They can sign up to get a free parenting newsletter.

Parent Made Developmental Toys
Rita Hoppert
This curriculum focuses on hands-on, sensorimotor learning materials for both parent and child. Parents make developmental toys during ABLE sessions and also manipulate materials when they focus on their own learning needs.


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