COVID-19 Support for Adult Educators
This guide is for teachers, tutors, and administrators of programs and schools who provide adult basic skills education and who are hoping to initiate or improve blended learning for their students.
Teaching Online: Communicating and Tracking Learner Progress presents a clear and comprehensive approach for instructors to transition from an in-person to online learning environment.
This webinar, published by the Commission on Adult Basic Education (COABE) reviews a variety of free technology resources that can be integrated into the adult education classroom.
This webinar is an introduction to blended learning—a teaching and learning model that combines face-to-face instruction with online learning.
A free online resource for intermediate and advanced adult learners of English and basic skills
This study investigated whether five web-based instructional programs increased the capacity of adult basic education (ABE) programs to provide efficient and effective leaning opportunities to adult students.
This report is targeted to education leaders and stakeholders who are interested in exploring, starting, or strengthening online communities of practice for educators.
This resource reports on a study undertaken to investigate the levels of literacy and language proficiency needed for adult learners to undertake independent online learning.
This short book, using a global perspective, explores ways in which technology can support adult literacy and adult education, with an emphasis on those living in poverty.