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Using Published Materials

Training and support for tutors and teachers working with basic literacy students, who want to use their published materials more effectively.

We’ve identified three areas of need when using published materials and have designed webinars to address each. We’ve designed these webinars to focus on common characteristics of published materials and generic strategies for adapting them. If you don’t have set of published materials you prefer, you may apply for a scholarship for a classroom set of New Readers Press basic literacy instructional materials.

Using Published Materials in an Open Entry/Exit Classroom
October 17, 2022, 3:00-4:00 pm EST
While open entry and exit classrooms are common in many Adult Education programs, most published materials aren't designed to accommodate them. In this workshop we will discuss some innovative ways to adapt published materials to effectively captivate and teach students who are entering and exiting consistently.

Registration for coaching sessions will be sent via email after the webinar.

Using Published Materials in a Virtual Instructional Setting
January 16, 2023, 1:00-2:00 pm EST
Virtual learning was not a pandemic fix - it is becoming the face of education. But, the virtual learning environment requires us to rethink how we use our traditional printed instructional materials. In this workshop we will learn about virtual pedagogy for Adult Education and discover techniques to teach students using published materials.

Registration for coaching sessions will be sent via email after the webinar.

Using Published Materials in a Multi-level Group or Class
April 19, 2023, 2:00-3:00 pm EST
Multi-level classrooms can be an awesome learning environment for everyone from the student to the instructor. However, many published materials are designed to take advantage of this great learning opportunity. In this workshop, participants will learn strategies that make the most of published materials in a multilevel environment.

Registration for coaching sessions will be sent via email after the webinar.

Apply for New Readers Press Materials Scholarship

  1. Click here to access ProLiteracy's Grant Portal
  2. Login using your organization's existing account, or create a new account.
  3. Click the Apply button at the top of the page.
  4. Enter TTP in the Access Code box at the top of the page. Click the Enter Code button.
  5. Click the blue Apply button to complete the application.

About the Presenter

Ebony MasonEbony Mason has focused her career on advancing educational endeavors for underserved populations. She has worked at the intersection of mission driven work and education. She has been in Education for over 15 years and Adult Education for nearly a decade. She served as a Literacy Specialist within a Charter School System in Illinois. After serving in this role, she worked within the Cook County Department of Corrections developing curricula for their High School Equivalency programming along with the Illinois Department of Corrections Apprenticeship & Post-Secondary programs. She currently develops high-quality Language Arts, Science, and Social Studies curricula for a Community College System in Illinois. As a Community College graduate, she knows first-hand, the needs of our students. Her passion for serving was discovered while earning her bachelor’s degree from Chicago State University and master’s degree from Argosy University. In 2018, she received the Sister Thea Bowman Humanitarian Award for her dedication to serving others in the Education.