Summer Institute is all about sharing and learning from your colleagues. Help make the event a success by presenting a poster session!
It doesn't need to be fancy.
- Make a poster highlighting a program innovation, new teaching routine, exciting classroom activity, etc.
- Create a handout that people can take with them. During the poster session (1:15-2:00 pm on Thursday, August 16)
- Stand by your poster, meet with your peers and answer questions. It’s like a science fair for ABE teachers!
Looking for ideas? Here are some of the topics from last year’s event:
- Introduction to Evidence
- Using Webquests to Engage Students in Learning.
- Adult Career Pathways Curriculum Resource Library
- How Lake Superior College and ISD 709 Adult Education Have Partnered within Integrated Instruction and Adult Education Courses on Campus
- I Am An Immigrant
- Unmasking Our Challenges and Successes: Through Art and Writing, ABE Students Share their Challenges and Celebrate their Achievements
- Internships: Cultural Orientation to Advancement in the American Workplace
- Keep Calm * De-stress * and Learn!
- ABE and Out of School Youth: A Growing Partnership
- Making Words Stick: Activities for Vocabulary Retention
- Literacy Work Station Materials for the Minnesota Literacy Council's Pre-Beginning Stories
- Learning thru Sharing Program: A Win-Win for Students and Communities
- A Tool To Get Students Asking Questions and Reading Closely
- Stretching into CCRS Alignment: Incorporating the ELA Shifts from a Practitioner's Perspective
- Lesson Remodel! Building the Three CCRS ELA Shifts into your Classroom Lessons and Practices
- A New Take on Taking Notes: An Interactive Lesson to Teach Beginning Note-taking Skills.
- The Importance of Digital Literacy in Pre-Literate and Beginning EL Classrooms
- Using the Clementine to Enhance Observation Skills and Empathy for Volunteers
- Women's Wealth and Health Equity
- Resources for Supporting ESL Teachers and Volunteers
- Math CCRS in Action - Adding Integers
What great idea do YOU have to share?
Deadline for Poster Session proposals is May 31.
If you have questions or want more information, email Rob Podlasek.