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Upcoming OTAN Activities to Support Adult Educators – Week of 12/20 and January 2022

Posted on 12/17/2021

OTAN provides resources for our adult education colleagues who are teaching and supporting their learners remotely. (All times below are PST.)

  • The deadline for the TDLS 2022 Call for Proposals has been extended through Monday, December 20! Read our news item for more information and consider submitting a proposal!

  • OTAN is open through Wednesday, December 22 and will be closed for the holidays from Thursday, December 23 through Friday, December 31.

  • On Friday, January 14 at 1:00pm, Debbie Jensen will present the January OTAN Tech Talk, The Future of Digital Education: CK-12. CK-12 FlexBooks 2.0 are interactive and reactive to the student's understanding, and they are FREE! CK-12 is focusing on adult education needs with ABE, ASE, and newly added ESL and CTE entries. CK-12 offers a smarter way to learn with adaptive practice, simulations, and more. Teachers can also easily adapt a FlexBook 2.0 and use it as they wish for their class. You can sign up for this webinar at the California Adult Education Training Calendar.

  • Interested in scheduling an OTAN training for your staff? Please reach out to us at support@otan.us to learn how we can help with your training needs.

  • Found or using a great tech tool that you'd like to share with other educators? OTAN is always looking for adult education folks to present online for us on a cool tech tool or tech-related topic. Complete this form - we'll be in touch! bit.ly/OTANWebinar

Please contact us at support@otan.us or call our office at 916-228-2580 for more information! We are here to support you!

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OTAN activities are funded by contract CN200091-A2 from the Adult Education Office, in the Career & College Transition Division, California Department of Education, with funds provided through Federal P.L., 105-220, Section 223. However, OTAN content does not necessarily reflect the position of that department or the U.S. Department of Education.