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. Register here.
If you work with highly skilled immigrants, you won't want to miss this LINCS event. The presenter will provide an overview of the unique challenges internationally-trained professionals face integrating into the U.S. workforce. You will hear about a variety of innovative programs working to support the integration of internationally-trained professionals into the U.S workforce. Register […]
Wait, I’m not a math teacher! I want to incorporate numeracy into my ESL classroom, but where do I even start?! How do I effectively address literacy and numeracy at the same time? Join Cindy Schultz and Meagan Hymes as they offer insights into these very real questions. You will get to see and experience routines […]
Are you looking for a way to teach writing that never fails? Join the LINCS Reading and Writing Community for this event to learn more about the Never Fail Writing Method! During this engaging event you will hear from our guest, the legendary adult educator Kate Nonesuch, about how she teaches appreciative writing feedback to […]
Adult education students have strong transferable skills (aka, soft skills). They just don’t know it yet! Leadership, communication, and critical thinking skills are being cultivated daily by hard-working adult learners. Employers value and seek these crucial competencies. In this webinar, we’ll share powerful student-written stories and classroom activities that demonstrate simple ways to teach basic […]
As we prepare to wind down 2024, join the LINCS Learners with Disabilities Community to reflect upon your work to serve all learners in your program. What worked well and what could be improved upon as you move into 2024? Come to hear from others about their successes and challenges and share your own. Let's […]
Please note, it is recommended that you take any basic diversity, equity and inclusion class or training before you take this session, but it is not required. This class will define and explore the origins of the white supremacy class and caste systems in the United States and the racial trauma caused as a result […]
In today’s information-rich world, effective communication of complex ideas is vital. Join the LINCS Science Community and discover the power of infographics as we explore crafting engaging and easily digestible visuals to convey educational concepts and learning outcomes. Explore examples and create your own infographics with us. Register here.
Are you interested to learn more about reaching rural students? Join the Professional Development LINCS Group and guest presenter Lori Looney of Partners for Rural Impact to deepen your understanding of the unique needs of rural students. Learn about grant-funded initiatives in rural America that intersect with adult education and explore innovative opportunities for adult […]
During the December Strategy Session, hear two lightning talks highlighting the practical ways adult educators are finding use for generative AI in the classroom. Yeonjai Rah has uncovered a variety of uses for ChatGPT in her ESOL class, including strategies that help learners build AI awareness with language skills. When Shawn Chattin saw the disruption […]
Teaching and tutoring very beginning level ESL readers can be intimidating for volunteers and professional teachers alike. Attend this webinar to get practical activities and ideas for one-on-one, remote and in-person instruction with tech and no-tech options. Leave feeling ready to provide your learners with meaningful and effective reading activities. Register here.
Don't miss this opportunity to advance adult education practices in math and numeracy by joining the LINCS community for this exciting event. We will discuss the research from a dissertation study conducted in Fall 2023, where 38 Adult Basic Education (ABE) Math and Numeracy Instructors were interviewed about their math identity. We will share lessons […]