LINCS events for the week of 4/18/2022
Hosted Discussion: Strategies for Developing Accessible Documents and Presentations
Description: Join the Disabilities and Equitable Outcomes Group for a conversation on strategies for developing accessible documents and presentations. You’ll have the opportunity to view a pre-recorded webinar and then learn more from Remy Alexander, Communications Manager for Justice in Aging at the National Center on Law and Elder Rights, and Eric Ascher, Communications Associate with RespectAbility, who will answer questions and provide additional guidance on simple ways to make your classroom materials accessible for all learners.
Date/Time: Monday, April 18, 2022 – Tuesday, April 19, 2022
LINCS Community Group: Disabilities and Equitable Outcomes
A LINCS account is required to participate in the LINCS discussion Bridging Gaps in Adult Education Classrooms Through Digital Literacy Instructional Content.
Live Session: Coffee Break: Creating a Promising Pathway with Pre-apprenticeship
Description: Join us as we explore new pre-apprenticeship resources on LINCS and talk with a national Pre-apprenticeship Challenge winner about lessons learned while developing and implementing pre-apprenticeship programming.
Date/Time: Wednesday, April 20, 2022, 1:00pm ET (live session)
LINCS Community Group: Career Pathways
Online registration is required to participate in the LINCS Event for Coffee Break Creating a Promising Pathway with Pre-apprenticeship.
Live Session: Innovative Remote ESOL Program Models and Promising Practices: Equity in Education for Adult Refugee and Immigrant Learners
Description: Practitioners are seeking information on remote practices that work. Join Dr. Johan Uvin and Jen Vanek to learn about recent research from World Education, Inc., and others on using digital modalities to reach students. Examples of promising practices for remote ESOL programs will be shared.
Date/Time: Thursday, April 21, 2022, 12:00pm ET (live session)
LINCS Community Group: Professional Development
Online registration is required to participate in the LINCS Event for Innovative Remote ESOL Program Models and Promising Practices: Equity in Education for Adult Refugee and Immigrant Learners.