Invitation to Participate in a Research Study
This is an invitation to participate in a research study conducted by Georgia Southern University. Researchers and adult educators at Georgia Southern University and Indiana University are administering an online survey to find out how adult educators work with adult students who have disabilities and the types of training and resources that are available. Adult educators across the country may participate by answering a series of questions related to working with adult students with disabilities. This online survey is anonymous, should take no longer than 15-20 minutes to complete, and can be accessed by clicking on the link here.
Seattle University Credits or Continuing Education Units at COABE
The presentation entitled "21st Century Skills: Free Instructional Websites" was presented by Dr. David Rosen at the COABE 2013 National Conference in March in New Orleans, Louisiana. There were many outstanding presentations at the conference, however this presentation scored the highest on the conference evaluation.
Dr. Rosen's presentation discussed how to use websites that offer free, video-based instruction suitable for adult learners, teachers, and tutors in education professional development, and computer-assisted instruction. The presentation also introduced ways to incorporate free online video instruction into a curriculum. The websites that were reviewed included: Khan Academy, a huge collection of videos well-organized in math, science, social studies, and other subject areas; and the Media Library of Teaching Skills (MLoTS), a collection of free, authentic classroom adult education professional development videos. Access the presentation in COABE's online repository, which as generously underwritten by the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.
About the presenter
A major theme of his recent work is integration of free, online instructional videos in adult instruction.. He is currently working with adult secondary education (ASF) teachers to review and publish a list of suitable free instructional videos for teaching ASE and college transition writing. He has published a 21-page list of math instructional videos available here:
Adult Education Degree and Credentialing Programs Portal
Many adult educators seek courses and higher education degrees in adult education. However, little has been known about which higher education institutions offer these courses specific to our field. With over 400 unique listings, this Portal is an interactive, one-stop online resource connecting you to higher education degree programs in our field that best meet your professional learning needs.
The Portal will allow you to:
Degree program coordinators can add and update information about their program offerings and participate as guest bloggers on topics of interest to adult education practitioners.
This initiative is developed in partnership with TESOL International Association, the American Institutes for Research, the American Association for Adult and Continuing Education, the National Adult Educational Professional Development Consortium, and the Coalition of Lifelong Learning Organizations and is generously funded by the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.
This initiative is made possible through the generous support of the Dollar General Literacy Foundation.
COABE's Online Resource Repository
Learn about new and exciting best practices and resources for adult education at COABE's Online Resource Repository.
COABE Presenters are welcome to send their presentations to email@example.com for inclusion in COABE's online repository so that all members can access and share the best practices garnered from the national conference.
Generously funded by Dollar General Literacy Foundation
“Thank you for this information. The online repository will be a very helpful addition to our resource collection. I am very grateful for all the information and resources you took the time to post.” COABE member