Iowa Adult Education and Literacy Virtual Conference: Expanding Possibilities
Posted on 01/24/2017
Literacy is a foundation for further learning, educational attainment, and skill development; thus, sound adult literacy programs and policies can contribute to the enhancement of both individual economic opportunity and national competitiveness. Digital literacy and technology in the adult education classroom is an area of opportunity. In partnership with the Iowa Literacy Council, the Adult Education and Literacy team with the Iowa Department of Education Division of Community Colleges and Workforce Preparation, will host the first Expanding Possibilities: Adult Education and Literacy Virtual Conference #AELVC2017.
Topics addressed will include: Incorporating Active Learning Techniques in the Online Classroom, Blended Learning: Flipped Method, Integrating Technology into the Adult Education Classroom, How to Create a Virtual Classroom, Online Resources to Teach in the Adult Ed. Classroom and much more!
Who should attend: Adult Educators, Directors, or anyone with interest in obtaining a greater knowledge of Adult Education or incorporating technology into the adult education classroom.
When: January 24-26th 12:30-5:15 p.m. Central Time or 10:30-3:15 p.m. Pacific Time.
Cost: The conference is free to attend, but we have a limit of 500 seats. First come, first served. Sessions will be recorded, but participants will need to register to access them.
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