ProLiteracy webinars offer insight, tips, and resources to help support adult literacy programs, volunteers, learners, and advocates. ProLiteracy, and its publishing division New Readers Press, host free monthly webinars and offer a YouTube library of over 200 videos.
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- Distance Learning Ideas From the Field: Session 1 – This is the first Distance Learning webinar we presented. It includes Jessica Tomkins and Rebecca Powers from Literacy New Jersey, and Brian Schlichtenmyer and Francine Liebhauser from The Literacy Alliance of Fort Wayne, Indiana. They share information about Distance Learning from both the program and teacher perspective, and share recordings of their Zoom lessons. Teachers new to Zoom can see what a virtual classroom is like.
- Distance Learning Ideas From the Field: Session 3 – In this webinar Tyler Morrone from Zoom shows tutors and teachers how they can use different Zoom features to deliver instruction to students. Zoom is a common platform being used in programs. If tutors and teachers are unfamiliar/uncomfortable with it, this will help.
- Ideas From The Field: Navigation Strategies to Bridge the Digital Divide – Michael Evans from Kalamazoo Literacy Council talks about how they dealt with the digital divide in their student community and how they were able to work with partner organizations, establish a computer lending program, and provide technical support for students to get online and continue to learn.
Ideas From the Field: Bringing Conversation Clubs to Zoom – Mike Godown from Literacy Services of Indian River County explains how he migrated his English Language Conversation Club to the Zoom environment. He shares resources and shows recordings of his classes. This video offers practical tips for starting conversation clubs.
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