TESOL International Convention & Expo(Event posted:
) With thousands of attendees, hundreds of education sessions, and 50+ exhibits, the TESOL International Convention & Expo is the largest professional development event in the English language teaching field.
Numeracy Education for Adult Learners: A Scan of the Field(Resource posted:
) The brief provides a comprehensive picture of the adult numeracy education landscape and key factors impacting adult numeracy learning and technology use to inform further research and support the development of an ANDE course and related professional development.
Insights Into Adult Education: A Need for Flexibility and Innovation(Resource posted:
) In this blog post, Carnegie Math Pathways and their research partners share their interactions with adult learners and instructors, and their initial exploratory research into adult numeracy and digital literacy—providing critical insights into ways that the adult education field demands more flexible and creative research and development solutions that account for the realities of adult education.
E2A Tool Kit: Tips for Developing Great Evidence to Action (E2A) Products(Resource posted:
) This tool kit is designed to help research teams plan for and develop effective evidence-to-action researchproducts. Although useful for a wider audience, the tool kit was written for research contractors who work for the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) and for DOL staff who review and provide guidance on research contracts. This guide can help research contractors reach and influence practitioner audiences (referred to in the toolkit as users). This toolkit will help DOL contractors and DOL:…
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.