Jack and Pam need to pay their monthly rent. They write checks and give them to their landlord, Gus. Today is the first day of the month, and Jack reminds Pam to pay the rent. They both write checks and give them to Gus, successfully completing their rent payment.
Women and Financial Literacy
The white paper discusses the role of low-literate women as personal finance managers, the challenges they face in financial management, their familiarity with personal credit scores, and their opinions about homeownership.
Notebook: Resources for the Adult Educator
Notebook, a teacher resources available to ProLIteracy members three times per year, contains instructional techniques, lesson plans, materials, and more.
Literacy and Self-Sufficiency for Women
The paper discusses the importance of literacy and self-sufficiency for women around the world. It highlights the contributions women make to their families, communities, and countries, particularly in the economic sphere.
Teacher Training Plus
A webinar series, for tutors and teachers, across six strands that presents best-practice instructional strategies.
Teacher Training Plus – Basic Literacy
Webinars that focus on components of reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills for native English-speaking students who are at or below the 5th grade level. Topics include goal setting, alphabetics, and reducing writing anxiety.
Teacher Training Plus – High-Level ELL
Webinars that focus on strategies and instruction for students who range from intermediate to advanced levels. Topics include using conversation and goal setting for real world applications.