Events

LINCS: Teaching the Anxious and Depressed Student

Virtual

How can we help anxious students succeed in our classrooms? The pandemic triggered a large increase in the number of students who suffer from anxiety and depression. Trauma and chronic stress lead to anxiety and depression and make learning a challenge. Join the LINCS Community Reading & Writing and Teaching &Learning groups to learn more […]

COABE: Teaching With Webb’s Depth of Knowledge in Mind for High School Equivalency Test Success!

Virtual

Most GED® and HiSET® high school equivalency test questions are at Webb's Depth of Knowledge levels 2 and 3. How can we help our students successfully answer these cognitively challenging questions? In this interactive session, you will learn several evidence-based teaching strategies that will help your students survive and thrive when tackling these tricky test […]

VALRC: Data Office Hours

Virtual

Data Office Hours is an hour long, ongoing monthly meeting for anyone involved in adult ed data collection and reporting. This session provides support for policy and practice related to […]

Literacy Minnesota: Comprehension Strategies for Intermediate-Level Readers

Virtual

Research shows that explicitly teaching a set of comprehension strategies is a great way to help intermediate-level readers maximize their understanding of texts. Come learn a handful of great comprehension tools that will help students develop critical thinking skills and comprehension skills.  

COABE: Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion Virtual Symposium

Virtual

COABE, together with national partners, is hosting this one day symposium to focus on racial equity and immigrant integration, prison literacy, digital equity, students as leaders, learning differences, and local program improvement. The hope is to provide each attendee with actionable tools that can be immediately used at the local and state level. Registration is […]

LINCS: Using Tutors to Improve Adult Learner’s Math Skills

Virtual

Many adult learners struggle with math instruction. Join this interactive event and discuss promising practices for using tutors to support math instruction in the adult education class. Explore how Universal Design for Learning can be incorporated into the math classroom. Be ready to share ideas, ask questions, and walk away with resources and ideas that […]

EdTech: Becoming Trauma Informed in Adult Education

This participatory webinar explores the impact that personal and community trauma has on adult learners’ ability to engage and persist, and then dives into strategies anyone can use to become more trauma-informed in educational settings. Visit this website to learn more!  

EdTech: Teaching Skills That Matter EdTech Maker Space

Virtual

The goal of the first EdTech Maker Space (ETMS) project, taking place in the summer of 2022, is to curate OER and align them to four Teaching Skills That Matter topics (Civic Education, Workforce Preparation, Health Literacy, and Financial Literacy). Along the way, participants will learn strategies for OER evaluation, skills/standards alignment, collaboration with edtech, and inclusive design. […]

VALRC: Data Office Hours

Virtual

Data Office Hours is an hour long, ongoing monthly meeting for anyone involved in adult ed data collection and reporting. This session provides support for policy and practice related to […]

LINCS: Pathway Home Grant: IET Implementation within Correctional Settings

Virtual

Pathway Home grants from the U.S. Department of Labor target re-entering citizens and provide adult education, training, and supports. Join the LINCS Community Professional Development group for an interview with Carl Betterson, the Coordinator of Savannah Technical College's U.S. Department of Education's Pathway Home grant, to learn about program implementation successes and challenges.