Learning To Think, Learning To Learn Discussion with Jennifer Cromley - Summary

Learning To Think, Learning To Learn Discussion with Jennifer Cromley - Summary

Learning To Think, Learning To Learn
Discussion with Jennifer Cromley

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Summary

From February 26 to March 8, 2001, Jennifer Cromley was invited as a Guest on the Family Literacy Discussion List, to discuss her book: Learning to Think, Learning to Learn.

Jennifer Cromley is the Fellowship Program Officer of the National Institute for Literacy, and was a Literacy Leader Fellow with NIFL from 1998-1999; previously, Jennifer coordinated the evening GED program and the volunteer program at Academy of Hope, a private, non-profit GED program in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of Washington, DC. For eleven years she taught basic reading, writing, and math in the context of occupational health and safety training. She has trained over 300 volunteer teachers and peer educators across the U.S. over the last ten years. Jennifer is the author of a training manual on writing Plain English materials, co-author of a GED teacher training curriculum, and

author of eight workplace health and safety manuals.

This discussion is outlined below.

  1. List Moderator's introduction of Jennifer Cromley.


  2. Jennifer's introduction to the discussion about her book: Learning To Think, Learning To Learn.


  3. Subscriber responses.


  4. Closing by the List Moderator.