ELA: Upcoming Events

The brief webinar is the first step on your evidence-based reading instruction (EBRI) journey, providing an introduction and overview of

Learn how to teach Close Reading, which productively engages learners to dig into texts for deeper understanding. Close Reading can

What tool(s) can be used by learners to help them access reading and writing on the computer? Are there tools

Is your program exploring a hybrid model or, possibly, a fully online program for next year? This tutorial explores quality

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Learn about common language-based learning disabilities (LBLD), such as dyslexia, and specific strategies to support adult learners with LBLD.

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Explore approaches for supporting adult learners reading at grade level equivalent (GLE) 9–12 in building the skills and strategies required

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Learn how to teach Close Reading, which productively engages learners to dig into texts for deeper understanding. Close Reading can

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ELA is a great pathway for increasing representation in programs. Through this series of sessions with Dr. Carmine Stewart, learn

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Are your lessons interactive? Can you get real-time feedback on learner understanding? This tutorial will help you get started with

The brief webinar is the first step on your evidence-based reading instruction (EBRI) journey, providing an introduction and overview of

ELA: Upcoming Events

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The Professional Adult Educator is an eight-week, thirteen-hour online course that explores the art of teaching adults, viewed through the

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The Professional Adult Educator is an eight-week, thirteen-hour online course that explores the art of teaching adults, viewed through the

The brief webinar is the first step on your evidence-based reading instruction (EBRI) journey, providing an introduction and overview of

Learn how to teach Close Reading, which productively engages learners to dig into texts for deeper understanding. Close Reading can

-

The Professional Adult Educator is an eight-week, thirteen-hour online course that explores the art of teaching adults, viewed through the

What tool(s) can be used by learners to help them access reading and writing on the computer? Are there tools

Is your program exploring a hybrid model or, possibly, a fully online program for next year? This tutorial explores quality

-

Learn about common language-based learning disabilities (LBLD), such as dyslexia, and specific strategies to support adult learners with LBLD.

-

Explore approaches for supporting adult learners reading at grade level equivalent (GLE) 9–12 in building the skills and strategies required

-

Learn how to teach Close Reading, which productively engages learners to dig into texts for deeper understanding. Close Reading can