College of Western Idaho has partnered with Apple’s Community Education Initiative and On- Ramp to offer a digital skills pathway to computer programming. They will share how we connected our Adult Education and English as a Second language digital skills pathway to a computer programming certificate through this innovative partnership.
Jeremy Gregg, author and prison reform advocate, will be our guest expert for the Reading Behind the Walls LINCS event taking place on January 18th at 3 PM ET. During this event, you will hear about how reading can change inmates' lives as well as how literacy can be used to keep a strong connection […]
Join LINCS to learn about how supporting English learners with math language routines enhances their understanding of mathematics and simultaneously builds their English skills. Maribel Ojeda of the Pennsylvania Department of Education will share practical strategies for integrating math language routines into instruction for adult education instructors who teach English learners in ESOL, ABE and HSE […]
The Color of Education will explore the issue of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the correctional and reentry classrooms across our country. This engaging and interactive event will bring the issues of diversity front and center as we celebrate Black History Month. Our nationally recognized guest, Tina Moore Gilbert, will guide us through the discussion […]
Learn about the benefits of digital portfolios in the classroom, to showcase student growth, creativity, and reflection through 21st Century Learning Skills. In this hands-on session, participants will be walking away with lesson ideas for their classroom and making their own sample portfolio using Google Sites. Visit this website to learn more! Register Here
Join this session to learn more about teacher-centered coaching for improved literacy outcomes! Coaching expert Susan Roberts, moderator of the LINCS Reading and Writing group, will share her thoughts on how to support instructors so they can help their students achieve improved reading and writing outcomes. Register Here
From the LINCS Reading & Writing Community: How can we use multi-media storytelling to build better writers? What role does storytelling have in Adult Basic Education? In this live session […]
LINCS hosts educator and researcher Charles MacArthur of the University of Delaware for an asynchronous discussion of how writing can improve the reading comprehension of adult education students! Ask your […]