Catch up on recent, and past Adult Education News.
One of the advantages of technology is that it can be used to personalize a student’s learning, providing resources and activities that are tailored to a student’s needs and that supplement what a student is learning with other students through whole-group instruction.
Technology is a considerable driver for change, not just in schools and workplaces but in all aspects of our lives. With change, though, comes fear. Fear can stop change or give the illusion of stopping change. However, we can’t let our fear of technology get in the way of preparing our students for their lives beyond adult education.
Registration for OTAN’s annual Technology and Distance Learning Symposium (TDLS), which will take place Friday, March 6 and Saturday, March 7 at the Charles A. Jones Career & Education Center in Sacramento, is open!
Our office will be closed in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Collaboration is a skill that many people feel is important for students to learn as we continue school and work life in the third decade of the 21st century.
More and more teachers are using video in all kinds of way to deliver content and engage students. Video projects can be simple creations or more elaborate activities that utilize a number of digital skills.
OTAN is excited to present at the upcoming EL Civics Conferences that will take place across California in January, February, and March.
The Technology and Distance Learning Plan (TDLP) is an annual deliverable required of all California WIOA-funded adult education agencies. The due date for submitting the TDLP is Friday, January 31. We’re in the home stretch for completing the TDLP and thinking about and planning for technology use at your school for the coming year.
The nomination period for the 2020 Adult Education Students Succeed Program is now open.
Our office will be closed beginning Tuesday, December 24th and returning Thursday, January 2nd.