Recently, SkillBlox was updated to include over 1,000 new activities in four new subject areas, along with a number of new features designed to ease the process of sharing and adapting SkillBlox created by other users. But what led to these updates over others?
The digital technology landscape is constantly evolving. To sustain provision of innovative and quality instruction that prepares adult learners to use digital technologies in schooling and work, adult education program leaders and teachers must continuously evolve in the way they make use of digital technologies in their programming.
The National Center for Education Research (NCER), a center within the Institute of Education Sciences (IES), is seeking insight to guide its efforts to fund quick-turnaround high-reward, scalable solutions intended to improve education outcomes for all students.
In the latest episode of the TALK Podcast, we continue our focus on generative AI and implications of this emerging technology on the adult education field. We explore practical use cases of generative AI, including assessment and research applications.
For AEFL Week 2023, we shared out our top five adult education and family literacy resources. AEFL Week is a national collaboration between families, educators, legislators, and community partners to promote adult literacy.
For AEFL week, we have been sharing our top five resources throughout the week! For our final resource, we’re sharing the Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Accessibility in Adult Foundational Education brief! This BRAND NEW brief emphasizes the critical need to focus on issues of diversity, equity, inclusion, and accessibility (DEIA).
For AEFL week, we’ve been sharing our top five resources! For our fourth resource, we’re sharing the Literacy Gap Map! 130 million Americans—54% of adults between the ages of 16-74—lack proficiency in literacy, essentially reading below the equivalent of a 6th grade level.
As a part of AEFL week, we’re sharing our top five resources throughout the week! For our third resource, we’re sharing the Digital Skills Frameworks and Assessments: A Foundation for Understanding Adult Learners’ Strengths and Learning Needs brief!
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The work of the CREATE Adult Skills Network is supported by the Institute of Education Sciences at the U.S. Department of Education through AWARD R305N210014 to the American Institutes for Research (AIR). The work of the Network member projects is supported by the Institute. The opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not represent the views of the Institute or the U.S. Department of Education.