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2015 SESSIONS
Tentative Schedule – subject to change

Wednesday April 29

11:15am - 12:30pm

  • Adult Learner Experience: Why We Stayed and What You Can Do With Your Students - Ballroom A
  • Math Sense for the GED Test - Salon 4
  • “Fund”Raising Fundamentals - Salon 6
  • Creating Consciousness in Bi-Dialectal Adult Literacy Learners - Salon 7
  • Newspapers: Everyday Realia - Salon 8
  • Burlington English Practice for CASAS - Salon 9
  • Teaching the State Adult ESOL Curriculum and CASAS Content Standards and Competencies - Salon 10
  • Common Mistakes Made By Non-English Speakers - Salon 11
  • Early Literacy Development in Preschoolers with a Family Literacy Project - Salon 12

2:15pm - 3:30pm

  • Adult Learner Experience: Why We Stayed and What You Can Do With Your Students - Ballroom A
  • Math Sense for the GED Test - Salon 4
  • “Fund”Raising Fundamentals - Salon 6
  • Creating Consciousness in Bi-Dialectal Adult Literacy Learners - Salon 7
  • Newspapers: Everyday Realia - Salon 8
  • Burlington English Practice for CASAS -Salon 9
    Teaching the State Adult ESOLCurriculum and CASAS ContentStandards and Competencies - Salon 10
  • Common Mistakes Made By Non-English Speakers - Salon 11
    Early Literacy Development in Preschoolers with a Family Literacy Project - Salon 12

4:00pm - 5:15pm

  • The Journey Continues- Exploring Florida IPDAE- Salon 3 (Computer Lab)
  • How to Advocate for What You Need and Want - Salon 4
  • Planning and Preparing for Your Employment - Salon 6
  • Navigating Financial Aid - Salon 7
  • A Free and Easy US English Pronunciation Guide - Salon 8
  • Teaching Enduring Issues: Connecting Our Past and Our Present - Salon 9
  • State DOE on the Use of CASAS Assessments - Salon 10
  • Best Practices for Multilevel Classes - Salon 11
  • Miss Congeniality Girls: Journal Writing for Inner-City Girls - Salon 12
  • The Florida Health Literacy Initiative in Action - Salon 13

Thursday, April 30

9:00am - 10:15am

  • Help your ABE and ESOL Students Read Better - Salon 4
  • Building Your Own Yellow Brick Road - Salon 6
  • The Positive Behavior Support (PBS) System in Adult Education - Salon 7
  • GED Academy: Helping Students Succeed in 2015! - Salon 8
  • Mathematical Reasoning: Mastering Word Problems - Salon 9
  • Motivating and Retaining Adult Learners - Salon 10
  • Tantalizing Tutor Training Techniques - Salon 11
  • Sneaking through the Brains Backdoor for Easy-Access to the Hardest Literacy Skills - Salon 12

10:30am - 11:45am

  • Fabulous, Fun, and Free Internet Resources - Salon 3 (Computer Lab)
  • Learning Differences- A Snapshot View -Salon 4
  • Retirement Rocks! - Salon 6
  • Food/ Nutrition Classes- Promoting Healthy Living and Increase Learner
    Gains - Salon 7
  • Become An Empowered Reader at Any Age! - Salon 8
  • Scoring Constructed Response: The Rubric, the Traits, and the Tools - Salon 9
  • Project Read: Reading Comprehension Strategies for Fiction and Informative Texts -
    Salon 10
  • English Discoveries Online: The Next-Generation Interactive Solution for English Language Learning - Salon 11
  • Adult Value Literacy When it is Valued in Their Community - Salon 12

1:30pm - 2:45pm

  • How to Motivate the Unmotivated - “Teaching with Poverty in Mind - Salon 4
  • Pathways to Employment and Career Success - Salon 6
  • Libraries Ignite Learning - Salon 7
  • PIAAC: How Parental Education Impacts the Development of Adult Skills - Salon 8
  • The Reading War - Salon 9
  • “Research-Based” – What Science Says About Improving Adult Literacy - Salon 10
  • What If Your Students Aren’t GED Ready Yet? - Salon 11
  • Requirements for Naturalization - Salon 12
  • The College and Career Readiness Standards in the ESOL Classroom - Salon 13

3:15pm - 4:30pm

  • Project Success: Digital Literacy in the 21st Century - Salon 4
  • Standards to Success: Measuring Outcomes in Adult Basic Education - Salon 6
  • Roundtable for Community-Based Literacy Directors - Salon 7
  • Introducing Florida’s College and Career Readiness Standards for ABE Mathematics - Salon 8
  • Strategies for Transitioning Students in the Areas of Reading and Social Studies - Salon 9
  • LINCS Overview - Salon 10
  • Navigating the Affordable Care Act and Health Insurance Marketplace - Salon 11
  • Overview of the Naturalization Process - Salon 12

Friday May 1

8:30am to 9:45am

  • A Successful Fundraiser is No Trivial Matter - Salon 4
  • Solving the English Mystery and VALF Annual Meeting - Salon 9
  • The Components of Numeracy: Tools for Engaging Learners in Meaningful Math (Part 1 of 2) - Salon 10
  • Strategic Direct Close Reading Instruction to Improve Upon Underprepared Learner’s Metacognition - Salon 11
  • Last column, Plain Language, Please – A Simple Way to Teach About Diabetes -Salon 12
  • Hands on Banking - Salon 13

10:00am to 11:15am

  • Reaching the Underserved: Expanding Access to Literacy Services in Your Community - Salon 4
  • Reading Your Way to Financial Literacy: The Fed’s Free Resources - Salon 9
  • The Components of Numbers: Tools for Engaging Learners in Meaningful Math (Part 2 of 2) - Salon 10
  • IFAS at the University of Florida Update - Salon 11
  • Strengthening the Family Unit in Our Changing World - Salon 12
  • Literacy Program Management and Leadership Roundtable - Salon 13

 




 

 

 

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