Instructional Strategies & Lesson Plans for IET (Integrated Education & Training)

Join our webinar on instructional strategies that answer the question of all adult learners: “Why do I need to know this?”

Did you know that thousands of adults fail certification exams each year due to a lack of literacy or numeracy skills?

Did you know that low level adult learners in programs aligned with career pathways tend to stay longer and achieve more?

Learn how to develop and deliver lesson plans that simultaneously build both workforce and basic academic skills. Your adult learners will walk away feeling more prepared for workplace certifications, and life.

Sample lessons will be shared from The Literacy Cooperative’s free and UPDATED downloadable Contextualized Curriculum. Each curriculum focused on an industry with high entry-level growth in Northeast Ohio: manufacturing, construction, IT/digital literacy, hospitality, and healthcare. The instructional strategies shared in this session can be modified for use with a wide variety of adult learning contexts.

Meagen Farrell is a teacher, author, and woodworker. As Chief Learning Officer of Mustard Seed Training, Meagen supports parents and educators to improve their instruction to create a more just and loving society. In addition to training and program development, Mustard Seed Training builds and sells educational materials designed for a Montessori-based form of religious education called Catechesis of the Good Shepherd. Before transitioning to religious education, Meagen served as National Teacher Trainer for Essential Education and CEO of Farrell Ink, helping adult educators find a balance between face-to-face and digital instruction. She has a BA in Religion from Oberlin College, Certificate in Distance Education from Penn State University, and MA in Theology and Religious Studies from John Carroll University.

When

Friday, February 18, 2022 @ 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

Where

Online Workshop-Zoom

Contact

Christine Lee
clee@literacycooper.wpengine.com
216.776.6183