|Date: Tuesday, June 23
Time: 10:00 AM -11:00 AM EDT
Presented by: Karen Crawford
Karen Crawford graduated from Purdue University, worked in the business for 20 years, and returned to school to receive a MA in education for curriculum/ instruction, specializing in adult education. She has taught ABE/HSE and ELL classes at the Crawfordsville Adult Resource Academy for 6 years. She is a member of the board of directors for IAACE and a PDF for Region 4. Laura Smart, co-speaker, is the Chairman of the IAACE Conference, an IAACE board member, and holds a MA degree for curriculum/instruction, specializing in adult education.
With a mixture of lecture and interactive participation, Back to the Future (destiny vs free will) meets The Scarlet Letter (sin vs forgiveness). Instructors and programs will Discard the Scarlet Letter invisibly seen on many students by defining adult learning theories, analyzing the difference between teaching k-12 and adults, and recognizing our students as our peers in our communities. The session will explore instruction and interaction between programs and our students. Participants will leave with lesson ideas and, hopefully, a better understanding of the ‘other’ adults at their school.
Register in advance for this session: https://bit.ly/DiscardScarletLetter