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MAACCE INSTITUTE WINTER REGIONAL WORKSHOP
Workshop is for ABE, NEDP, GED® and ESL Instructors
Fostering Independence: Helping Students Become More Effective Self-Directed Learners
With Sarah Lynn
Friday, February 24, 2017
6 pm – 9 pm
Prince George’s Community College
$15 members, $25 for nonmembers
In this practice-oriented workshop, participants will learn classroom activities and routines to develop students’ essential “learning-to-learn” skills. Workshop participants will explore ways to get lower level students to recognize themselves as agents in their own learning and develop the methods, skills, and practices they need to become more independent learners. The classroom activities include: student contracts, discussion prompts, self-testing, reflections and recaps, problem solving, learning logs, checklists, gallery walks, and routines for student turn-and-talk and peer learning.
Sarah Lynn has a MA from Teacher’s College, Columbia University and currently teaches part-time at the Bridge Program at the Center for Workplace Development at Harvard University. Over the past 25 years, she has complemented her teaching schedule with writing teacher resource books and student textbooks.
REGISTER: To register, please fill out the Google Form and make payment via Paypal (below) or check to MAACCE P.O. Box 709, Leonardtown MD 20650.
• Registration starts at 5:30 pm. Snacks provided. Participants can bring their own brown bag dinner.
• Register early as space is limited: Use the Google Form and make payment. If there are any questions or problems, please email email@example.com.
• Location of workshop: Prince George’s Community College, Annex C, Room 052, 301 Largo Road, Largo MD 20774. Directions available, click here.
Thank you to our presenter and Pearson for making this workshop available in Maryland.
We would like to provide information for you to share with your stakeholders that attended the Maryland Association for Adult Community and Continuing Education. We have provided a PDF description of the Career Pathways Exchange, a free resource funded by the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE). We hope that you can share this information with your stakeholders and are happy to provide printed copies for distribution. Below is a brief overview of the resource.
What is the Career Pathways Exchange?
The Career Pathways (CP) Exchange is an information dissemination service that connects interested stakeholders to career pathways information from a variety of sources and partners. The CP Exchange currently has 1904 number of subscribers and was noted in the recently released Career Pathways Joint Letter released by 12 federal agencies on April 28, 2016.
- Current resources and announcements from a growing list of career pathways partners that include federal and state entities, research, professional, and sector-based organizations.
- Tailored information on selected interest areas (e.g., building partnerships, engaging employers, designing education/training programs, etc.).
- The latest discussions, webinars, and events on career pathways via email digests, Twitter, and Facebook.