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TECH.21 Dinner Reservation and Preference Survey

 Working Dinner and Discussion on:
"Expanding State Initiatives Using Technology: Policy, Research, and Models for Implementation"
Wednesday, April 21, 2004
Columbus Hyatt Hotel

In this OVAE funded TECH.21 project, the National Center on Adult Literacy (NCAL) and NAEPDC are committed to help states expand and enhance the use of technology in adult education.  We invite you or your designee to dinner and discussions to update you on the latest technology information and consider participating with other states in a collaborative system building project.  

PART I.  REGISTRATION 

Yes please register me for dinner and discussions:

Name:  

Title:    

State:  

Email:  

Fax:     

Phone: 

PART II.  TOPIC PREFERENCES:  Included in the evening activity is the opportunity for you to attend three of the five following topics below. Each session will be backed up by research and will provide further resources for participation Please choose your three (3) preferences.

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Technology Updates

 

In-class technology products for adult learners:  This session will review ABE, GED, ESL technology products that can be integrated into your classroom system.  It will include available research on each.

 

Distance learning technologies for adult learners:  This session will review ABE, GED, ESL distance learning products.  It will include available research on each.

 

Professional Development for integrating technology:  This session will review the teacher training resources available to prepare teachers to integrate technology into their classrooms.  It will include available research on each.

 

Professional Development for supporting distance learners:  This session will review the teacher training resources available to prepare teachers to support adult distance learners.  It will include available research on each.

 

Distance Professional Development:  This session will review the available products and strategies for delivering a wide array of professional development via distance to your ABE, ASE, and ESL teachers and program managers.

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Contact us: Dr. Lennox McLendon, Executive Director; 444 North Capitol Street, NW; Suite 422; Washington, DC 20001
Phone: 202-624-5250; Fax: 202-624-1497; Email: lmclendon@naepdc.org