Montana LINCS Update
1. Montana ABLE Content Standards: Lesson #2 Reading Comprehension and Key Points
Standards RD 2.2 and RD 2.3
Click here to access CS Sample Lesson 2: Reading 2.2 and Reading 2.3. http://www.nwlincs.org/mtlincs/opi/CS/csrd_2.2_rd2.3.htm
All Future Lessons
Click here to access all lessons posted. http://www.nwlincs.org/mtlincs/opi/CS/cslessons.htm
Don't forget! Lessons will also be linked from the Content Standards. Linked lessons are highlighted in yellow.
2. Distance Learning Research #2 Response: Online Learners Part II
Click here http://www.nwlincs.org/mtlincs/opi/RI/riupdate.htm to check out what one of your colleagues has to say about the following: Is using the Internet for course delivery still a novelty for ABLE delivery? If so, why?
Any more thoughts about this subject?
3. Volunteer Information
Volunteer information provided by Ellen Guettler of Bozeman ABLE now posted. Thanks, Ellen! Click here for more information. http://www.nwlincs.org/mtlincs/opi/volunteer/vol.htm
4. Montana ABLE Facts Page Updated
Click here to access Montana ABLE Facts!
5. MAACE at MEA-MFT
Click here for list of MAACE sectionals at MEA-MFT, Billings Skyview, October 15 & 16.
6. MPAEA Conference and Call for Presenters
Mountain Plains Adult Education Association (MPAEA)
2010 Conference • Scottsdale Resort & Conference Center • Scottsdale, AZ
April 21-24, 2010
Call for Presenters Deadline: October 21, 2009
Mining the Treasures in Adult Education, the Mountain Plains Adult Education Association (MPAEA) 2010 Conference and the Arizona Adult Education State Conference, is seeking presentations that will provide opportunities to share strategies, tools, research, and/or outcomes associated with adult teaching and learning. Presentations may be 90 or 180 minutes in length. Sessions are scheduled for Thursday, April 22nd, Friday & Friday evening on April 23rd, and Saturday, April 24th. The Friday evening and Saturday sessions include an adult learner strand.
7. Course on Adult Numeracy
ProfessionalStudiesAE.org is pleased to announce a new online course developed by ProLiteracy and World Education, Foundations of Teaching Adult Numeracy. In this facilitated online course, participants will share experiences and ideas with each other, develop new activities and teaching strategies, and implement their plans in their own classrooms.
For more information and to register: http://www.newreaderspress.com/Items.aspx?hierId=6528
8. Where in the World
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