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2015 Conference Call for Proposals

NJALL 2015 Conference

April 24, 2015


While we welcome all proposals that deal with adult education,

we are especially interested in the following topics:

Adult Literacy Adult Basic Education ESOL Teaching Strategies
Family Literacy Health LiteracyFinancial Literacy Transitions
TechnologyLearner LeadershipPost-secondary Pathways
Advocacy Student Advising and Counseling

Workshops run 60 minutes. 
All presenters will receive a complimentary registration for the conference. 
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Proposals are due December 16, 2014
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November 18        3:00 - 4:00 PM
Teaching Science Using Free Online Videos
Presenter: David J. Rosen, Newsome Associates
A national group of adult education science teachers has recently created a comprehensive list of free online science instruction videos suitable for adult learners, and has reviewed some of the videos. We will look at these resources, evaluate science videos, and discuss using science videos in traditional and flipped classrooms.
 David J. Rosen was the Director of the Adult Literacy Resource Institute at the University of Massachusetts in Boston from 1986 to 2003. Now, as an education  consultant, he provides assistance to: universities, community colleges, charitable foundations, research organizations, state education agencies, state professional    development organizations, not-for-profit community-based organizations, and international non-governmental organizations.
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November 21            2:00 - 3:00 PM
Ready, Set, Write!  Going Deeper 
(Co-Sponsored by WE LEARN)
Presenter: Geraldine Cannon Becker, WE LEARN
As hard as it may be for writers to get started writing, it is often just as difficult to wrap up the process.  In the Ready, Set, Write:  Going Deeper webinar, we will show participants how to look for key words and cue phrases in their writing draft, which is a work in progress--words and phrases that might help the writer build to a statement of significance for the end of the essay and create a corresponding title for the finished work.
 Geraldine Cannon Becker, BA, MA, MFA, Associate Prof. of English and Creative Writing at the University of Maine at Fort Kent, is faculty advisor for SAGES (the Student Association for Greater English Studies). She has led adult basic education reading circles for the Maine Humanities Council, and is a member of the WE LEARN Board of Directors. 

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December 2         3:00 - 4:00 PM
Improving Persistence with Socially Relevant Instruction
(Co- Sponsored with World Education)
Presenter: Cynthia Peters, World Education
In this interactive session, participants will see lessons that teach basic skills and boost attendance. Research shows that students persist when instruction is rooted in socially relevant content. Explore a wide range of themes (from voting to fashion) and discover how to provide an empowering and motivating context for learning.
 Cynthia Peters is the editor of The Change Agent, a magazine for adult learners that teaches basic skills in the context of issues that are relevant to adults. Her expertise includes writing, editing, developing content and lesson plans, and providing professional development (both in person and via webinar) on a wide range of topics. She teaches an online course for World Education called "Helping Students Stay: Exploring Program and Classroom Persistence Strategies." Cynthia has also taught   ABE, ESOL, the GED, and Bridge to College.
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Scholarship Award Breakfast

Please Celebrate Our

2014 NJALL Scholarship Winners

Dennard Brown

From Newark, NJ; studying Criminal Justice at Essex County College; prepared for the GED at the Essex County College Adult Learning Center

Pasang Schreck

From Matawan, NJ; studying at Brookdale Community College; hoping ot become a nurse; prepared for the GED at the Freehold ABE/GED program of Brookdale Community College

Maxine Watson

From East Orange, NJ; studying at Essex County College; prepared for the GED at the Essex County College Adult Learning Center and hopes to become a nurse


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