Overview: 

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The SABES Program Support PD Center for Digital Literacy is pleased to partner with LINCS in inviting you to join the LINCS Community on Monday, January 14, 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m. ET for “Tips for Teaching Adult Learners Basic Technology Skills.” In this important webinar, Michael Matos, the Senior Director of Adult Education, Employment and Training Programs for Albany Park Community Center in Chicago, will demonstrate how technology is customizable and motivates students, expanding their learning experience.

Mr. Matos will guide participants on how to prioritize, enhance, and expand digital literacy and distance learning with digital literacy standards, integrating technology into teaching, software/websites, interactive activities, and professional development activities.

You can register for this event with LINCS here.

Audience: 

This professional development activity/course is designed for:

  • anyone interested in integrating technology into their teaching of adult education students.
Description: 

Thanks to our partnership with LINCS, we are pleased to make this opportunity available to Massachusetts educators who are interested in expanding their capacity to integrate technology to help build the digital literacy skills of adult learners. Because LINCS is hosting this webinar, you will register through this link rather than the SABES calendar. 

If you require special accommodations, please email scoleman@manhattanstrategy.com.

Mr. Matos will build on his presentation and answer questions in a follow-up discussion in the LINCS Community Integrating Technology Group. To join the discussion, please visit the LINCS Community and the Integrating Technology Group. Membership in LINCS is free and provides you with access to many valuable resources. If you are not already a member, you are welcome to join here.

Hope to see you there!

Date: 
01/14/2019 - 12:00pm to 1:30pm
Location: 
PD Center: 

Partner Org PD

Partner Organization PD
Topic Area: 
Digital Literacy
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