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Investigating the Language and Literacy Skills Required for Independent Online Learning

Heidi Silver-Pacuilla, American Institutes for Research

NIFL, October 2009

Montana Adult Education ESOL Conference Resources A variety of presentations were presented by Sarah Young and Amber Rodriguez of the CAELA (Center for Adult English Language Acquisition) at CAL (Center for Applied Linguistics) network along with Montana professionals Terrence Kelly, Ellen Guettler, and Katya Mandino IrishClick here to access resources from presentations.
Math Resources Math Test Crosswalk produced by a group of ABE instructors from Washington
MAACE at MEA-MFT 2008 A variety of sectionals were presented by Montana ABLE staff members.  Click here to access resources from those sectionals.
MT LINCS Pilot Project The MT LINCS Pilot Project is a website created by Montana ABLE instructors.  Instructors used criteria provided by the National Institute for Literacy  to research and design student internet activities.  Now both teachers and students have easy access to quality websites without having to spend endless hours researching them. 
Reading is the Bridge (RIB) As a follow-up activity to the OPI Reading is the Bridge workshop in June 2007, the RIB website provides a wealth of instructor knowledge, dialogue, research, and activities that can be easily adapted to the classroom.  Information crosses several curriculum areas.