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3 Things to Consider Before Starting an Adult Learner Book Club
Posted by Rebecca Eller-Molitas on July 11, 2022 in categoryMember Tips

Book clubs can be a wonderful addition to your adult ed toolkit. They place an emphasis on reading, comprehension skills, and deeper content discussion, and they’re driven by participants rather than by teachers and textbooks.  


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Teaching Vocabulary: Form, Meaning, Use 
Posted by Rebecca Eller-Molitas on May 20, 2022 in categoryMember Tips

Teaching vocabulary can be challenging, and I'm often asked to do training on this for tutors. Every student and every teacher have strengths and weaknesses when it comes to vocabulary. 


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Preparing to Present: It's Easier Than You Think 
Posted by Rebecca Eller-Molitas on May 04, 2022 in categoryMember Tips

Recently, I received a text from a friend who is a phenomenal teacher. She wanted to know where I get my topic ideas and how I learned to create and give presentations. This is one of the most common things educators ask me, so I’ll share some tips here in case they can help others.

 


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What is Financial Literacy?
Posted by Rebecca Eller-Molitas on April 25, 2022 in categoryMember Tips

It’s Financial Literacy Month. Financial literacy includes skills in money management, budgeting, and investing. People with high financial literacy are better able to cope with emergencies and unplanned expenses and are at lower risk of predatory lending. 

 


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Make the First and Last 5 Minutes of Class Your Super Power!
Posted by Rebecca Eller-Molitas on April 11, 2022

Enrollment in traditional educational programs has suffered during the pandemic. Retention is critical. Here are some simple, low-prep steps you can take to retain adult learners in your classes.  

 


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