Blank Image

Home |  About Us |  Professional Learning |  Program Leadership |  Regional Providers |  Events |  FAQ

Back to PROGRESS Newsletter Homepage

Write for PROGRESS

Do you want to share your stories about how to help Virginia’s adult learners succeed? If so, PROGRESS wants to hear from you!

Virginia’s professional development newsletter for adult education is actively seeking articles from the field. We are particularly interested in articles in the following areas.

(with employers, community colleges, other state agencies, nonprofits, etc.)

Career Pathways and Integrated Education and Training

College and Career Readiness

Standards-based Instruction
(at all skill levels)

Program Improvement and Instructional Quality
(This could include program changes based on enrollment or outcome data,
classroom observation or inquiry projects, instructional coaching or teacher collaborations, etc.)

Innovative Approaches to Adult Education
(These could include classroom strategies, such as incorporating digital storytelling or
project-based learning; partnerships; or program strategies, such as alternative hours or team teaching.)

Promising Practices
(classroom or program practices that have yielded noticeable positive results;
experiences in applying research-based program or classroom practices)

Results of Grant-funded Projects or Initiatives

Integrating Technology

"Teacher Feature" Nominations

Letters to the PROGRESS Editor

Other article suggestions are also welcome. Contact Hillary Major at the Resource Center with your ideas, proposals, and questions!

(You may want to refer to PROGRESS Editorial Guidelines or consult our online back issues.)

vaeln listserv icon image pluggedinVA icon image pluggedinVA icon image VALRC Fcebook icon image VALRC Twitter icon image LinkedIn icon image GED icon image Sound Cloud logo icon image YouTube logo icon image

The Literacy Institute @ VCU  |  Privacy  |  Accessibility   |   Webmaster
The VALRC, located at Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU School of Education), is funded primarily through the VA Department of Education.
3600 West Broad Street, Suite 108 Richmond, Virginia 23230  |  (804) 828-6521  |
©2021 VALRC. All rights reserved. Updated: 10-12-2021