Did you attend the Forum for Excellence in September or the ALRC’s Northern Region Fall Conference in November? IACEA sponsored sessions at both fall conferences.
At the Forum, Matt Beasland and Christopher McElroy presented a session called “ICAPS: Reinventing the Wheel.” In this session, they discussed the challenges of an ICAPS program and how to make it more accessible and useful to students. See the Google Slides presentation below (or click here to view in a new tab).
At the Northern conference, Jenny Siegfried and Shannon Wood presented original research looking at the benefits of using repeated reading with adult learners. While the research focused on low-intermediate adult ESL students, the benefits can be seen at almost every level of education. This session will also be presented at the upcoming IACEA conference in March! Click here to view the slides, or see the embedded slides below.
Did you attend either the Forum or the Northern conference? What was your favorite session? Leave a comment below and let us know!
Welcome to the new IACEA blog, “Voices of Adult Education!” We’ve created this space to be a way for practitioners to share best practices, feature programs and individuals, share updates from the field, and more.
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