[Technology 1197] Ideas for Special Topics Discussions

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David J. Rosen djrosen at comcast.net
Thu Aug 9 12:16:28 EDT 2007


Colleagues,

We would like to hear your ideas for the Special Topics discussion list.

What topics would you like to suggest? What guests -- or kinds of
guests -- would you like to see invited? If you have participated in
Special Topics discussions, based on what you have seen so far what
would you like to see emphasized in the future, and what would you
like to be different? What topics aren't covered by other discussion
lists that might be addressed on the Special Topics list?

Please join this discussion on August 20th on the Special Topics
discussion list to contribute your ideas and to see what others
think. Consider the Special Topics discussion list as part of your
professional development. How could the content of the discussions
better meet your needs as a teacher, tutor, state or program level
administrator, counselor, curriculum or professional developer,
researcher or graduate student?

To subscribe, go to:

http://www.nifl.gov/mailman/listinfo/specialtopics

After you complete the simple registration form (30 seconds) you will
receive an email asking you to confirm that you wish to subscribe.
Immediately reply to the email to complete your subscription. This
discussion doesn't begin until August 20th. After the discussion ends
you can unsubscribe from the same Web address, or stay on for the
next discussion.

Discussions Held to Date on the Special Topics list

* The Adult Reading Components Study
* Persistence
* Formative Assessment
* Corrections Family Literacy and Transition to the Community
* What Works for Adult ESL Students
* Community Literacy
* GED Earnings Outcomes

Discussions Planned for August and September

* Subscribers' Ideas for Special Topics : August 20 -24
* What International Literacy Programs offer Programs in the
U.S.: September 7 -14
* Components of Numeracy: September 17 -21

David Rosen
Special Topics Discussion Moderator
djrosen at comcast.net



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