Are you interested in learning what research says about how to teach reading to adults and what this might mean to your teaching?
We are looking for adult basic education and literacy administrators, teachers and tutors to participate in an exciting new pilot project to discuss how the latest research on reading can inform your instruction.
What is a Study Circle?
In Person Meeting: May 10, 2005 12:30 to 5:00 --Florida Mall Hotel, 1500 Sand Lake Road, Orlando, FL. (This is a pre-conference to the Florida Literacy Conference.)
Conference Calls: Tuesday afternoons, May 24, June 7, and June 21, and last approximately 1½ hours in addition a portion of the course will be online.
Topics will include:
Models of Reading Four Components of Reading Instruction
Profiles of Adult Learners Teaching MaterialsSponsors:
This project is a partnership of the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy and the Florida Literacy Coalition, Florida’s Adult and Family Literacy Resource Center.
Participation is FREE. A stipend of $200 will be provided to each participant for their assistance in field-testing and providing feedback on the development of study circle guidelines. Attendance at all sessions is required. Travel assistance and all course materials will be provided.