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Past Events

LINCS: A Celebration of National Reentry Month

Virtual

In this discussion, LINCS hopes to identify those teachers and administrators doing great work in the correctional and reentry field and explore how we can better serve our adult learners to give them the educational tools they need to be successful when they return home. Visit this website for more information!  

VALRC: Serving Refugees PLC

Virtual

This PLC connects adult education practitioners (regional specialists, ESOL coordinators, instructors, tutors, etc.) who are or expect to serve the refugee population to discuss strategies and resources for working with this specific population. The focus of this session is training ESOL or ABE teachers in low-literacy virtual and in-person instruction. Registration for this event is now closed. Please sign up […]

EdTech Center: Digital Literacy and the Employer’s Perspective

Virtual

This Distance Education Strategy Session will shed light on the employer’s perspective and highlight common goals between adult educators and employers. We will hear from Cambria and Tyson Foods, two employers that have leveraged EnGen to fuel their adult education partnerships.  

LINCS: Reimagining Online Training: Using UDL to Support Adult Basic Education Teachers

Virtual

The Center for Applied Special Technology (CAST) www.cast.org is hosting a webinar to allow participants to inform the redesign of seven professional development modules specifically for Adult Basic Education (ABE) teachers. These modules will be designed to help educators effectively teach and support neurodiverse adults, including those with learning disabilities.  

LINCS: Historically Marginalized Populations in the Community College System

Virtual

Community Colleges have historically played a key role in identifying and promoting interventions that advance equity and opportunities for marginalized populations. Join this webinar for a series of three roundtables exploring how community colleges can better measure equity in their programs and incorporate strategies to improve employment-related outcomes for historically marginalized groups. Visit this website […]

VALRC: Quality Teaching Online Open Discussion

Virtual

This Spring VALRC is hosting two Quality Teaching Online Open Discussions. Each session will have a specific focus and will include some brief information about the topic and opportunities for participants to share their questions, experiences, and resources regarding that session’s topic. The goal is for all participants to leave each session with advice, resources, […]

LINCS: Coffee Break: Teaching Interactive Math Online

Virtual

Join the Math and Numeracy Coffee Break to discuss ways to connect with learners virtually. The moderator will lead a conversation about resources and ways to develop connectivity and a deeper understanding of mathematical concepts.  So bring your beverage and come to socialize and join the conversation. View this website for more information! 

ATLAS: Proportional Reasoning: Strategies that Make Sense

Virtual

This session will explore our own intuition about how to reason proportionally and learn to generalize those ideas into a strategy that works even when the numbers get messy – and that makes sense! Presented by Sarah Lonberg-Lew, Adult Numeracy Center at TERC. Visit this website for more information!   

LINCS: Collaboration = Multiplication: Building an Instructional Resource Library

Virtual

Join LINCS for a guided tour of South Carolina’s Adult Education Instructional Resource Library, and learn how what began as one region’s desire to house digital lessons has evolved into a statewide library of instructional resources for educators with digital lessons that can be used independently by students. View this website for more information!  

VALRC: Data Office Hours March 2022

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 NRS data collection. 1st Tuesday of Each month from 2:00–3:00 p.m.

VALRC: Serving Refugees PLC

Virtual

This PLC connects adult education practitioners (regional specialists, ESOL coordinators, instructors, tutors, etc.) who are or expect to serve the refugee population to discuss strategies and resources for working with this specific population. The focus of this session is Asset-based approach strategies for working with emerging English language learners.  Registration for this event is now closed. Please sign up for […]