The LINCS Resource Collection contains high-quality multimedia instructional resources, informed by research, for use by adult educators. The resources have a sound theoretical framework and an application to the adult education field. Search the collection by category, keyword, date and more. Find resources and materials on topics such as effective instructional practices and program design; working with literate and emergent literate adult learner; and integrating English literacy and civics education instruction. Check out materials for identifying and incorporating formative assessment activities in the classroom; connecting the classroom with real-world needs of students; and developing ways to include results for reporting and accountability purposes with stakeholders and adult learners. Review materials about working with adults in prisons, jails, community, and juvenile settings; program planning and career counseling for adults in re-entry programs; and designing instruction and program services for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated adults.
Teaching Adult Learners | Professor's Resource Site
A source of multimedia teaching materials that combine streaming videos with related interactive web lessons on reading, writing, math, science, and financial literacy. This is an American source, but video clips could be useful as introduction or additional lesson materials. Some videos also available in Spanish. A UK site with a large number of worksheets on some useful topics. However, since it is not Australian, some numeracy activities are not appropriate and some literacy texts have a very UK-centric context. The Resource Hub assists volunteer reading and writing tutors to plan and develop their learning sessions. There is also a Getting Started section for new tutors.
Explore a collection of high-quality multimedia instructional resources, informed by research, for use by adult educators. These resources have been reviewed by subject matter experts and recommended and approved by the U. Search the collection by category, keyword, date and more.
Adult learning can encompass a variety of learning activities ranging from formal coursework completed at an educational institution, to non-formal training courses provided through the workplace or community organizations. Adult learners usually seek out adult learning resources to obtain a GED, learn a new skill or language, or renew a license or certification. Browse the categories below to find courses that will help you achieve your educational goals. For adults who have not received a high school diploma, obtaining a General Educational Development GED credential is a viable option and is typically required when seeking employment. Individuals can earn their GED by taking and passing the corresponding exams in science, math, social studies, reading and writing.