Adult Learning During COVID-19 Panel Discussion

**Important Notice** DATE HAS CHANGED!

IAACE is collaborating with the Indiana Council for Continuing Education to host a webinar,  Adult Learning During COVID-19.  The panel will discuss barriers that adult learners face during COVID-19 from various practitioners’ experiences with them and so much more.

Met the panelists:

Ted Pearson

Director of Correctional Education

Oakland City University

Tania Curruchiche

Indiana Online Only English Language Learning Teacher

Monroe County Community Schools Adult Education

Dr. Stephanie Moran

Director of Engagement and  the Adult Student Experience

Anderson University

Dr. Ruby Cain

Associate Professor of Practice, Adult & Community Education

Director, M.A. Degree Programs in Adult & Community Education Program and in Executive Development for Public Service Program

Director, Graduate Certificates in Adult Education and in Community Education

Vice-President (Faculty), Black Faculty & Staff Association (BFSA)

Director, It Is Well With My Soul


Please join us on Wednesday, December 9, 11:00-11:30 am Eastern time.

Topics we plan for panelists to address:

  1. Who is the Adult Learner?  Each panelist describes the demographics of students served.
  2. Instructional delivery methods pre-COVID and during COVID.
  3. Challenges faced by students and instructors during COVID and support put in place.
  4. Impact of COVID-19 on special populations (e.g., English Language Learners, Vulnerable Populations, Parents with school-age children, etc.).
  5. Impact of COVID-19 on the employment of our students (i.e., those laid off/furloughed/hours reduced/pay cuts versus those still working, Essential Workers).
  6. Question and Answer (last 30 minutes)

All members of ICCE and IAACE are invited to participate, as well as others serving adult and continuing education students, register to attend at .

2 replies
  1. Brenda Shearman
    Brenda Shearman says:

    I was invited through my site director, but would love to be apprised of any trainings that come up directly. Thank you!


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