This blog is part of an action-research
project. I am learning about using and facilitating online
learning and networking within the context of basic adult
new book by Allan Quigley !
Dialogical Guide to Professional Development for
Practitioners of Adult Literacy
and Basic Education
Building Professional Pride in Literacy
brings a fresh hands-on approach to adult literacy professionals.
It uses a conversational method so the practitioner
can build skills and knowledge through self-directed
professional development. Readers will learn ways
to teach adults with low literacy and ways to conduct
their own problem-posing, problem-solving research
on teaching problems. They will see how today’s programs have built on the rich history of adult literacy.
Dr. Quigley says, “Ours is a field of hope in a cynical, fearful time.
This book will build pride in practitioners and across the field of practice
and in policy.”
For more information, download the PDF flyer
book from KRIEGER PUBLISHING COMPANY
book by Janice Brant!
Curriculum Tool Box Cultural Philosophy,
Curriculum Design & Strategies for
This new book encourages literacy educators to be
innovative, creative, and compassionate in their approach
and delivery of curriculum to Aboriginal literacy learners.
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New Website on Learning and Violence www.learningandviolence.net
In the presence and the aftermath of violence,
many women believe they cannot learn.
This innovative interactive
site is a resource
to support their learning.
Join us to: Build
an Understanding Explore Possibilities Create Change
Imagine a Future The website is
Bookmark it, and come back
often to watch it evolve.
In this project, we asked how community learning groups become inclusive
places for lifelong learning.
How do these learning groups make learning
possible for people who might be excluded from other learning environments
because of their lack of formal education, their difficulty using written
language, their ways of learning, the kinds of knowledge they want to