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The CrowdED Learning Solution
Posted by Jennifer Vecchiarelli on August 14, 2019 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryAdvocacycategoryMember Tips
The CrowdED Learning Solution

Finding high quality, free or open education resource teaching and learning resources on the Internet is a common challenge for adult basic skills (including ESOL/ESL) teachers. Finding high quality, free or open education resource teaching and learning resources on the Internet is a common challenge for adult basic skills (including ESOL/ESL) teachers.

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What It Means to Be an Adult Literacy Tutor
What It Means to Be an Adult Literacy Tutor

Kara is an adult literacy tutor at Seeds of Literacy in Cleveland, Ohio, an organization that provides personalized education to empower adults to succeed in their communities. There are over 250 tutors like Kara who currently serve over 900 active students and who help with basic education; GED®, TASC, and HiSET preparation; one-to-one tutoring; unique and digital curriculums, and more.


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Why Movies with Captions Should Be Added to Your Classroom
Why Movies with Captions Should Be Added to Your Classroom

Believe it or not, but video captions and same-language subtitles actually improve the literacy skills of both children and adults. So in the case of improving reading comprehension and text interpretation, the old saying “TV rots your brains” just doesn’t hold any value.


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Psychology Tips to Make Foreign Language Learning Easier
Posted by Jennifer Vecchiarelli on July 25, 2019 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryMember Tips
Psychology Tips to Make Foreign Language Learning Easier

Learning a foreign language could be quite a challenge. Stepping into a whole new world of words, rules, sounds, and expressions can be intimidating for most learners. However, with the right guidance and a clear goal, it doesn’t have to be that difficult.


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Showing Up for Immigrant Learners (and Each Other)
Posted by Jennifer Vecchiarelli on July 23, 2019 in categoryFacts & ResearchcategoryAdvocacy
Showing Up for Immigrant Learners (and Each Other)

In her journal article, Showing Up for Immigrant Learners (and Each Other), Andy Nash dives into ways programs and classrooms can develop and demonstrate safe learning environments. Immigrants can feel intimidated and fearful and sometimes find it difficult to seek comfort in their education.


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