Welcome to the LINCS English Language Acquisition Community!
Please introduce yourself to your colleagues! Tell us your name, where you work, and how long you’ve been working in the field of adult ESL. We'd love to hear a bit about the adult learners you have been working with. We all look forward to hearing your voice in our community!
This group is a wonderful venue for networking, highlighting effective teaching strategies and valuable resources, and working together with other practitioners from across the US to solve puzzles related to our practice. When you get a moment, please introduce yourself to the group and tell us something about your interest and experience in ESL/ESOL. Feel free to post any questions you have, as well.
Here are some ways you can participate in the English Language Acquisition group, engage with peers, and keep in touch:
How to Participate
Explore the English Language Acquisition group and participate by commenting on a discussion, posting a new discussion topic/question, or attending a live professional development event! Please review the LINCS Community Code of Conduct and Community Guidelines for Participation.
Sign-up for Email Notifications
Keep in touch! To get email notifications click on Subscription type on the left menu and choose either the “daily” or “immediate” option. Keep in mind that if you want to reply directly to a message you receive in your email, you need to be signed in to LINCS first.
Complete your Profile
Log into LINCS and go to Account Settings to complete your member profile. Feel free to add a picture, too.. We are working on ways to support practitioners to connect with one another in meaningful ways; knowing what roles people play and where they are affiliated will help with this goal. For assistance in completing your profile and navigating LINCS, please see the LINCS Community Help page.
It's great to have you as part of the group. Please feel free to contact me any time with questions or concerns. I look forward to hearing your voice on LINCS!
Susan Finn Miller, email@example.com
Moderator, English Language Acquisition Group