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This resource is a collection of hundreds of videos covering all manner of career fields -- business, medicine, engineering, natural sciences, and beyond -- with some videos connecting academic subject areas to careers. Note: An online account must be created for video access.
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This resource is a description of the coaching/mentoring mindset and approaches that help strengthen parents’ (and learners’) goal-setting and decision-making, especially with regard to employment.
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This resource is a guide to the challenges and supports -- including informational structure and presentation -- that might affect social services clients (and literacy learners) in the quest for services from federal, state, and local entities.
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This resource is a “meta-file” of links to online documents, guidelines, best practices, and videos, all of which will aid literacy program staff in supporting the educational, civic, and legal concerns of immigrant learners.
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Math educator Jo Boaler shares a growth approach to special education that draws from the latest neuroscientific work in brain training. This paper reports on schools and teachers taking a multi-dimensional approach to the teaching of mathematics that works to honor many different types of thinking...
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This resource is an outline of the stages, perspectives, and beliefs which enable organizations to move towards and sustain a diverse, multicultural environment.
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This short article provides a definition of and rationale for embracing the educational concept of heutagogy: self-determined learning.
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This resource is a comparison of andragogy and heutagogy, with brief comments on practical and technological design elements for programs.
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This resource is a book chapter describing the “principles, processes, and design of heutogogic learning environments.”
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From the FCC, this resource is an explanation of the discount available to low-income families and individuals for telephone and internet services.

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