Engaging practices for remote, hybrid, and flex adult education models
Session 8: 10:15-11:45 AM (Friday March 04, 2022)
Adult education teachers, especially during the explosion in the past two years of online and remote teaching, have been challenged to engage adult learners remotely. This includes both new teachers and experienced instructors who have easily engaged their students in in-person classes. Teaching remotely is one of the biggest challenges in our field. This session is designed to provide specific, detailed strategies to engage adult learners who have a wide range of kinds and levels of foundational skills. We will look at what makes online and remote teaching engaging for adult learners, and we will generate examples of engaging practices from our own teaching. Participants will be provided with access to an extensive list of engaging practices developed over the past two years.
As an independent consultant since 2003, in the past five years David Rosen has provided consulting, advising and professional development services to: World Education’s Ed Tech Center; the Illinois Digital Learning Lab; ProLiteracy International; LINCS; Georgia State University’s Center for the Study of Adult Literacy; and the University of Memphis. He is the co-author of two online guides on blended learning for adult basic skills education.
Type of Presentation
Follow-along Workshop (60 Minutes)
- Adult Basic Education
- Adult Secondary Education
- English as a Second Language
- Blended Learning
- Distance Learning
- Online Engagement and Assessment