How do you teach content in adult education? an annotated bibliography
Series or Serial: NCSALL Occasional Paper
Publisher: National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy
Published At: Cambridge, MA
Date Published: October 2006
Distributor: National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy (NCSALL) / World Education
Source Address: 44 Farnsworth Street
Source City/State/Zip: Boston MA 02210-1211
Phone: 617-482-9485, ext. 535
Material Type: Contractor Report
Intended Audience: General
Physical Media: Print
Physical Description: 53 p.
Subjects: Adult Education; Adult Educators; Adult Learning; Special Education; English (Second Language); Adult Literacy; Program Development; Educational Research; Learning Theories; Instruction; Numeracy; Educational Technology; High School Equivalency Programs
In this document, the authors provide sources of research and professional wisdom that are useful to the design of evidence-based instruction. Their annotated bibliography is divided into seven subsections that focus on reading, writing, math and numeracy, English as a second language, GED, adult learning theory, and technology. Each section presents adult education sources and then additional resources based on K–12 research, instruction, and professional development resources.
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