Teacher Effectiveness in Adult Education - Adult Literacy Professional Development Discussion List
Based on the belief that every student deserves high quality, effective teaching, what do we mean by teacher effectiveness in adult education? How do we define “effective” teaching of adults? What knowledge and skills do instructors need in order to improve student learning? Join the Professional Development List to explore what we mean by TE in adult education and inform the creation of national teacher competencies in our field.
Part I: What makes effective teaching in adult education?
May 9-11, 2012
Facilitator: Jackie Taylor, Professional Development List Moderator, LINCS
Part II: Introduction to the Promoting Teacher Effectiveness in Adult Education Project and Field Input on Draft Adult Education Instructor Model Competencies
May 14-18, 2012
Guest Facilitator: Mariann-Fedele-McLeod, Principal Researcher, American Institutes for Research
- Promoting Teacher Effectiveness in Adult Education Fact Sheet
- Draft Adult Education Instructor Model Competencies
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