The New Winter/Spring Course Schedule Is Now Available

World Education E-learning PD: Professional Development for Adult Education

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Have you taken one of our online courses yet? Try one out and let us know what you think! If you've taken some already, we hope that you'll be back for a new course this winter. 


A recent participant in Foundations of Teaching Adult Numeracy noted in the course evaluation:  "The class was a very needed eye opener to me of how different each individual is when it comes to learning math." Explore the components of numeracy and ways to build student's success in learning math.

In Geometry: Teaching About Shapes and Measures, explore the van Hiele theory of geometric reasoning as well as key topics in geometry—area, perimeter, and volume—and their importance in everyday life. 

Other numeracy courses include:  Algebra: Introducing Algebraic Reasoning and  Data: Helping Students Interpret Numeric Information.


Participants in Helping Students Stay: Exploring Program and Classroom Persistence Strategies will assess how well their programs are doing at supporting learner persistence and develop a plan for implementing new strategies.


In Promoting Mental Health in the ABE/ESOL Classroom: Addressing the Impact of Chronic Stress on Learning, we will explore the ways in which chronic stress, trauma, and adverse life experiences affect learning and look at our roles as educators in helping learners practice healthy coping skills, develop supports, and connect to community resources.

By the end of Differentiated Instruction, you will produce your own lesson plan with effective learning objectives and differentiation suited to your own environment.


Participants in Navigating Pathways to Opportunity will begin the process of weaving a network of comprehensive services and resources available on campus and in the community.

In College Readiness: Beyond Academic Preparation we will identify, organize, and reflect on the broad array of readiness skills and abilities that students need to be successful in postsecondary education and training.

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