Case Studies

The First Nations, Inuit and Métis Essential Skills Inventory Project's (FIMSIP) focus in the creation of the Case Studies was to demonstrate how each initiative reflected Markers of Promising Practice. Our goal was to describe the techniques, methodologies and tools that each Case Study used to build the Markers of Promising Practice into their project. Ten initiatives that fully represent the Markers were selected for FIMSIP’s case study research; they are fully described below:

Displaying 1 - 10 of 10 initiatives with case studies

Child Care Worker Certification Program (Adult Basic Education-Essential Workplace Skills Project)

Designed around adapting accreditation processes for lower-level adult learners, this program assists learners to increase their confidence levels, self-esteem, and belief in themselves to a level that allows them to successfully complete the Level 1 certification and secure employment at a child

The Miqqut Project: Literacy & Essential Skills Development in a Cultural Context

The objectives of this 3-year Nunavut-focused qualitative community-based research project are to create greater understanding of the promising practice program models that embed Literacy and Essential Skills within context‐based programs and support program administrators and project facilitators to embed literacy and Essential Skills into existing and new context‐based programs for youth.