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Crowdsourcing Curriculum from ANN Under 10

The Adult Numeracy Network hosted a series of short talks (under 10 minutes) during the COABE Conference this year.  They were filmed, and are up on the website.  For those of you about to tune me out because I said 'Numeracy', you should know that none of these talks are about math even though that is the perspective of the folks who spoke. 

Input for Program Pilot

Our Adult Literacy Tutoring Program at the Waukegan Public Library is looking to try out a new learning model next year and we’re trying to learn from other programs’ experiences.  Our basic model will be that adults join a learning community at a site and pursue completing goal-focused units semi-independently with the support of volunteer “coaches”.  We’re thinking that we’ll have learners and tutors in a roughly 2 to 1 ratio respectively and run 3 semesters so learning is continuous throughout the year. 

FANTASTIC SkillsCommons OER Curriculum Resources for Career Pathways!

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Work-ready and Work-contextualized Curriculum

Colleagues,

In June I received an email message that contained this question: "I'm creating a work-contextualized module for ESL learners of reading, writing, and math skills specifically for a CNA career pathway. Can you suggest some curriculum resources?"  I responded by pointing the teacher to my Work Readiness and Work-Contextualized web page on The Literacy List.

Health-contextualized ESL and Basic Skills Curricula

Health Literacy Colleagues,

In June I received an email message that contained this question: "I'm creating a work-contextualized module for ESL learners of reading, writing, and math skills specifically for a CNA career pathway. Can you suggest some curriculum resources?"  I responded by pointing the teacher to my Work Readiness and Work-Contextualized web page on The Literacy List.

Health-contextualized and other Work-contexgtualized ESL/ESOL Curricula

Colleagues,

In June I received an email message that contained this question: "I'm creating a work-contextualized module for ESL learners of reading, writing, and math skills specifically for a CNA career pathway. Can you suggest some curriculum resources?"  I responded by pointing the teacher to my Work Readiness and Work-Contextualized web page on The Literacy List.

Educator tips for Developing an Effective GED® Curriculum

The GED Testing Service newsletter and blog, InSession, offers tips for educators from educators. Here's some of what you'll find in this month's edition.

Curriculum for Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Hello group members,

I know we have group members that work in a variety of different types of adult education programs serving students with disabilities.  With this message, I want to focus on serving students with developmental/intellectual challenges.  For those that are in self-contained, specialized programs, I am interested in what type of curriculum you use.

Do you have a prepared curriculum that you are required to use, and if so, is it available online for us to view?

What major topic headings does the curriculum include?

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