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DLI - Accessibility Tool Kit 2019

Accessibility Tool Kit

2019

The purpose of the Accessibility Tool Kit is to look through the accessibility lens and learn more about the diversity found within and surrounding the Deaf community.

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EOIS CaMS Resources page

EOIS CaMS Resources

2017

Click to go to the EOIS CaMS Service Provider User Guide, including 12 chapters and step-by-step instructions, and Desk Aids.

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Deaf Literacy Initiative Emerging Level Curriculum Guideline Deaf Literacy Initiative, 2019

Deaf Literacy Initiative Emerging Level Curriculum Guideline

2019

Deaf Literacy Initiative Emerging Level Curriculum Guideline was developed in response to an
identified area of need in the Deaf stream; a curriculum guideline to support practitioners in
providing standardized quality instruction to Deaf adults who are at emerging level in one or all
areas of literacy development including understanding and using American Sign Language
within OALCF context.

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Employment Goals

2017

Barriers, solutions and best practices for Deaf learners in Niagara with employment goals.

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Deaf Literacy Initiative as Lead Deaf CAMERA Assessor: An Examination
Since 2006, DLI has lead the way in adapting a valid literacy assessment tool to meet the cultural and linguistic needs of the Deaf Stream. They have trained assessors who are Deaf and fluent in American Sign Language (ASL).  They have been successful in assessing learners across the province.  This paper will review relevant factors determining whether they should continue to provide this service, or for literacy programs to take on their own.  
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Deaf Literacy Initiative as Lead Deaf CAMERA Assessor: An Examination

2019

Since 2006, DLI has lead the way in adapting a valid literacy assessment tool to meet the cultural and linguistic needs of the Deaf Stream. They have trained assessors who are Deaf and fluent in American Sign Language (ASL). They have been successful in assessing learners across the province. This paper will review relevant factors determining whether they should continue to provide this service, or for literacy programs to take on their own.

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Learners' workbooks and practitioner's guides

2015

Click to learn about the Workforce and Workplace Literacy resources for anyone seeking to improve their employment and literacy skills.

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