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LITERACY PROGRAMS INNOVATIONS

  1. Hart, S., Ellis, J., & Small-McGinley, J. (1998). Mentor-supported literacy development in elementary schools. Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 44(2), 149.
     

  2. Anderson, A. (2015). In search of an effective method of measuring first nations children's speech and language development (Order No. 3743201). Available from Canadian Business & Current Affairs Database; Dissertations & Theses @ University of Toronto; ProQuest Dissertations & Theses Global. (1761168667).
     

  3. Di Stasio, M. R., Savage, R., & Abrami, P. C. (2012). A follow-up study of the ABRACADABRA web-based literacy intervention in Grade 1. Journal of Research in Reading, 35(1), 69.
     

  4. MacDonald, C. and L. Figueredo (2010). "Closing the Gap Early: Implementing a Literacy Intervention for At-Risk Kindergartners in Urban Schools." Reading Teacher 63(5): 404-419.
     

  5. MacKay, L. D. and K. McIntosh (2012). "Effects of Explicit and Non-Explicit Versions of an Early Intervention Program Incorporating Indigenous Culture into Kindergarten Literacy Instruction." Multicultural Learning and Teaching 7(2): 1-30.
     

  6. Moffatt, L. (2016). "Start with a Seedling: Uncovering
    the Kindergarten Language and Literacy Curriculum One Leaf at a Time." Language and Literacy 18(3): 89-n/a.

     

  7. Pelletier, J. and C. Corter (2005). "Design, Implementation, and Outcomes of a School Readiness Program for Diverse Families." School Community Journal 15(1): 89-116.
     

  8. Vanderloo, L. M., Tucker, P., Johnson, Andrew M.
    Burke, S. M., Irwin, J. D. (2015). Environmental Influences on Preschoolers' Physical Activity Levels in Various Early-Learning Facilities. Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport, 86 (4), 360-370.

     

  9. Ward, S., Chow, A. F., Humbert, M. L., Bélanger, M., Muhajarine, N., Vatanparast, H.,
    Leis, A. (2018). Promoting physical activity, healthy eating and gross motor skills development among preschoolers attending childcare centers: Process evaluation of the Healthy Start-Départ Santé intervention using the RE-AIM framework, Evaluation and Program Planning.

     

  10. Jones, G., Ostojic, D., Menard, J., Picard, E., & Miller, J. C. (2017) Primary prevention of reading failure: Effect of universal peer tutoring in the early grades. The Journal of Educational Research, 110(2), 171-176.
     

  11. Mander, D. and N. D. Moore (2015). "Speech-language service delivery model in low socio-economic status preschools: An exploratory evaluation." Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology 39(3): 214-236.
     

  12. McIntosh, K., et al. (2013). "Perceived Cultural Responsiveness and Effectiveness of a Speech and Language Program for Indigenous Preschool Students." Multicultural Learning and Teaching 8(1): 47-64.
     

  13. Saint-Laurent, L., & Giasson, J. (1999). Four Canadian kindergarten teachers' reports about the implementation of an emergent reading program. The Elementary School Journal, 100(2), 111-127.
     

  14. Savage, R. S., Abrami, P., Hipps, G., & Deault, L. (2009). A randomized controlled trial study of the ABRACADABRA reading intervention program in grade 1. Journal of Educational Psychology, 101(3), 590-604.
     

  15. Vuattoux, D., Japel, C., Dion, E., Dupéré, V. (2014). Targeting the specific vocabulary needs of at-risk preschoolers: A randomized study of the effectiveness of an educator-implemented intervention, Prevention Science, 15(2), 156-164.
     

  16. Moisan, A., Poulin, F., Capuano, F., & Vitaro, F. (2014). Impact of two interventions to improve social competence in aggressive children in Kindergarten. Canadian Journal of Behavioural Science, 46(2), 301-311.
     

  17. Poulin, F., Capuano, F., Vitaro, F., Verlaan, P., Brodeur, M., & Giroux, J. (2012). Large-scale dissemination of an evidence-based prevention program for at-risk kindergartners: Lessons learned from an effectiveness trial of the Fluppy Program. In M. Boivin & K. L. Bierman (Eds.), Promoting School Readiness: The Implications of Developmental Research for Practice and Policy (pp. 304-328). New York, NY, US: Guilford Press.Province of Nova Scotia. (2016). Learning as we grow: Evaluation of the pre-primary program and early years centres. Round 1 report. Margaret and Wallace McCain Family Foundation.



     

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