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Participatory and Emancipatory Adult Literacy Education

Colleagues,

I am posting this for Erik Jacobson. Questions should be directed to him.

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Participatory and Emancipatory Adult Literacy Education

The Adult Literacy Education (ALE) Wiki is a collaboratively built site that covers dozens of topics and hundreds of pages.

It is located at http://wiki.literacytent.org/index.php/Main_Page

New Technologies ALE Wiki Page

Technology colleagues,

PD Area of the ALE Wiki – Did you know?

Hi everyone,

Back when the LINCS Evidence-based PD Group was formerly the Professional Development Discussion List, we had a “wiki” associated with our community -- specifically the Professional Development Area of the ALE Wiki: http://wiki.literacytent.org/index.php/Adult_Literacy_Professional_Development . Here we collected gems from conversations and collaboratively edited thousands of staff development resources based on our discussions on the PD List.

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Noncognitive Skills Study Group, and Wiki topic area

Colleagues,

Free and low-cost digital literacy resources for adult learners

Colleagues,

The Adult Literacy Education (ALE) Wiki has a web page of assessment and instruction resources for adult learners and adult literacy education practitioners who are interested in digital literacy skills.  http://wiki.literacytent.org/index.php/Digital_Literacy.

Noncognitive skills resources on the ALE Wiki

 

Hi everyone,

Last month there was a discussion in the Evidence-based PD community focused on noncognitivie skills and people shared some resources that I collected and added several that I already had and I put the list in the Assessment Section of the Adult Literacy Education (ALE) Wiki.

Here's the link to the ALE wiki homepage:  http://wiki.literacytent.org/index.php/Main_Page

Noncognitive skills resources on the ALE Wiki

Hi everyone,

In light of the discussion that we had on this topic last month, I collected the resources that people listed and added several that I already had and I put the list in the Assessment Section of the Adult Literacy Education (ALE) Wiki.

Here's the link to the ALE wiki homepage:  http://wiki.literacytent.org/index.php/Main_Page

And here's the link to the Assessment section homepage:  (although you can just click on Assessment Information on the Main Page and go there too)

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