LINCS Resources for Teaching Adults to Read
LINCS offers a variety of free resources for teachers, tutors, and program administrators who are interested in learning more about teaching adults to read.
LINCS offers a variety of free resources for teachers, tutors, and program administrators who are interested in learning more about teaching adults to read. These resources include in-person trainings, an online series of courses, and research-based reports. The series is based on a three-day workshop on the four components of reading, developed by three experts in the field of adult basic education and literacy: Dr. John R. Kruidenier, Susan McShane, and Dr. Rosalind Davidson.
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