MN Adult Education Professional Development YouTube Channel for IET Programs
The Minnesota Adult Education Professional Development YouTube Channel on IET Programs is a free online playlist of videos that can be used to explore multiple facets of IET instruction.
The playlist includes videos on designing IET programs, developing workplace preparation activities, strategies for developing single set of learning objectives (SSLO), and much more. There are 13 informational videos within the playlist, all specific to IET programming. This IET Programs playlist includes webinars and PD sessions focused on the basic components of IETs, strategies for using the IET Design Toolkit, and SSLO support. The videos can be watched in their entirety, or viewers can advance to the desired chapter within each video specific to their learning goals.
The Minnesota Adult Education Professional Development YouTube Channel contains video playlists of webinars, conferences, and PD sessions to support ABE professionals in various aspects of the field. Visitors can choose a video to watch from the playlist that corresponds to their need(s). This IET Programs playlist includes webinar and PD sessions focused on the basic components of IETs, strategies for using the IET Design Toolkit, and SSLO support. The videos can be watched in their entirety, or viewers can advance to the desired chapter within each video specific to their learning goals.
The resource supports background knowledge for those new to Integrated Education and Training (IET). Many of the video titles align with IET content for those searching for IET topics. While these videos were created specifically for Minnesota ABE providers, the content is IET-focused and is applicable to programs in any state.
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