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ESL Curriculum?

Hello colleagues, I'm very interested in how ESL programs have designed their curriculum. How do you know what to teach? What is guiding your curricular decisions? Is an ESL textbook your main guide? Do standards play an essential role in your curriculum? if so, how do you integrate standards?

This is a big question, and I'm hoping we can have a robust discussion here on LINCS about what programs and teachers look to to guide the curriculum we are using.

Cheers, Susan Finn Miller

Moderator, English Language Acquisition CoP

 

Author Interview with Diana Satin: Project Care - Health Care Case Studies, Multimedia and Projects for English Language Learners

Welcome to today’s author interview, with Diana Satin.  

 

Many members already know Diana as part of the LINCS Community.  For those who do not, Diana has worked in adult education for over 20 years, teaching and developing curriculum, on a variety of different topics.  She is a previous Massachusetts Adult Basic Education Teacher of the Year, and has written and spoken widely on the field, across the U.S.  

Starting March 20: Free Instructional Evaluation Service Course to Support Adult Education

Looking for instructional design professional development opportunities?

Join the 600+ who registered for Designers for Learning's new 6-week instructional evaluation service project to support adult basic education. This free project-based service course on Canvas Network is an excellent opportunity to gain evaluation experience while building your instructional design portfolio.

  • Cost: Free

  • Project Duration: March 20 - April 30, 2017

  • Prerequisites: None

Some Challenges of Curriculum Development - Let's Hear from You about this!

Program Management colleagues,

While we wait for you and others here to weigh in on what you would like to see this community of practice be and do, no doubt some of us are chomping at the bit to talk about the big challenges that affect us, the programs we manage and the programs we work with as state administrators or professional developers. Well, I am and I hope you are. I hope when you "weigh in" that you will let us know what those challenges are for you.

The Elder Literacy Initiative: Pre-literacy curriculum

The Elder Literacy Initiative
www.elderliteracy.org

 

Hello everyone! I have just completed a curriculum development project for low-literate elders, and I'm very interested in sharing this resource with as many organizations and educators as possible.

LINCS Online Course: Scientific Practices in Context: Curricular Planning and Lesson Development

The LINCS online course: Scientific Practices in Context: Curricular Planning and Lesson Development is now available in the LINCS Learning Portal!

 

Teachers as curriculum developers - your experience?

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