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Friday Sessions

Session 7   (Friday 8:30-10:00 AM)

Triple E Framework: Engage, Enhance, and Extend Your Lessons
Demonstration (90 minute)
Susan Gaer (w/ Debbie Jensen, Blair Roy, Susan Coulter, Alisa Takeuchi, Jennifer Gagliardi)
How are you going to integrate technology back into your face-to-face classrooms post pandemic? The Triple E Framework empowers you to make easy decisions about effective technology integration. It includes simple rubrics for engaging, enhancing and extending learning goals. The presentation will explain the framework and inspire good instructional practice.
(AUD: STF • PGM: CTE • CAT: DL)
HyFlex Model: Recommendations for Student Access & Success
Demonstration (60 Minutes)
Monica Cueva (w/ Jia Sun)
Do you want to reach more students and provide flexible learning options? HyFlex (hybrid + flexibility) course design provides a hybrid format for campus-based and online students while adding a flexible participation policy. Join us to learn about recommendations for pedagogy and hardware based on our initial review of the literature, pilot testing, and over 35 Fall 2021 HyFlex courses. Participants will be able to identify hardware options and learning goals and supports for a HyFlex class.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: BL)
Canvas as a Functional Tool
Panel or Facilitated discussion (60 minutes)
Thoibi Rublaitus
Corona-Norco Adult School team uses Canvas as a functional tool not only as a Learning Management Tool for students but also to conduct staff development, student orientation, and more. In this panel presentation, the team will highlight some of these functionalities.
(AUD: STF • PGM: ABE • CAT: BL)
Open Educational Resources: An OER Toolkit to get you started!
Demonstration (60 Minutes)
Diana Vera-Alba
Are you trying to think of ways to get students enrolled and interested in your course? Discover how Open Educational Resources can be the answer to drive students to register for your course, help your learners persist in your class, while you get your hands on practical resources to use in your course.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: BL)
Breaking Down Silos: Online Tools for Data Collaboration
Panel or Facilitated discussion (60 minutes)
Sudie Whalen (w/ Jay Wright, Carol Hirota)
This session focuses on improving data dialogue and collaboration by introducing online collaborative tools data managers, teachers, and administrators can use to help developed shared meaning in data analysis and evaluation.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: CTE • CAT: TI)
Insights on Interactive, Game-based Learning for High School Diploma Skills
Demonstration (60 Minutes)
Mary Ann Perry (w/ Lori Love)
Join us for an up-close look at interactive and game-based learning choices students are making in our JUICE pilot project for NEDP high school diploma students. We’ll share insights and data on results from our pilot program that started in fall 2021 for adult learners working independently and with tutors to master “hard-to-learn” skills they need to progress towards their diploma.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: BL)
Teaching Online? Ensure You’re Using the Best Practices
Demonstration (60 Minutes)
Kristi Reyes
Data gathered during the era of remote instruction indicate that more and more adult students have the access to technology and have gained the basic technology know-how for online study, and surveys indicate that many students prefer options that allow them to study online because of the many conveniences they afford. Learn about the best practices for high-quality online teaching: planning, onboarding, designing your course and selecting course content, active learning strategies.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: DL)
Student Friendly Canvas Course Design
Demonstration (60 Minutes)
Katrina Tamura
In this session, participants will learn about designing a student-friendly Canvas course. The session will focus on two important aspects of course design: the homepage and module flow. Participants will learn about creating homepages and modules that are inviting, personalized, and purposeful. Examples will be given and best practices will be discussed.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: DL)

Session 8   (Friday 10:15-11:45 AM)

Teach your Class with GIFs
Follow-along Workshop (90 minute)
Christian Vela-Che
How can teachers provide opportunities in a variety of modalities to ensure that they are addressing the language goals of the course? Activities with images, and GIFs engage and prompt student production of the target language. Successfully-used online activities and a list of resources and activities to try will be provided.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ESL • CAT: BL)
ABE Program Strategies for Getting Started with Canvas & LTI Learning Tools
Panel or Facilitated Discussion (90 minute)
Penny Pearson (w/ Mary Ann Perry, Zoe Miner, Jaemi Naish)
Join our panel of California Distance Learning Cooperative (CDLC) presenters as they describe the strategies and benefits of offering their first ABE classes in Canvas. The panel will represent perspectives of adult school administrators, ABE/ASE teachers, Canvas experts, and (LTI) learning tool providers, as they showcase examples of recent program innovations and describe challenges and rewards along the way.
(AUD: STF • PGM: ASE • CAT: BL)
Project-Based Learning in ESL and ABE
Demonstration (60 Minutes)
Kristi Reyes
Projects that integrate technology are a powerful way to give students real-world life and work preparation. Students can build their knowledge in many topics while developing oral and written communication skills. Carefully-planned projects address standards, and have students develop critical soft skills, and give them a sense of empowerment, not to mention tech skills! Attend to learn about projects you can use next week in your class!
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: BL)
Engaging practices for remote, hybrid, and flex adult education models
Follow-along Workshop (60 Minutes)
David Rosen
Adult education teachers -- new and experienced ones -- have been challenged to engage adult learners remotely. This session is designed to provide specific, detailed strategies to engage adult learners who have a wide range of kinds and levels of skills. We will look at engaging remote teaching, and we will generate examples of engaging practices from our own teaching. Participants will be provided with an extensive list of engaging practices developed over the past two years.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ESL • CAT: BL)
Students as Digital Navigators: Reimagining CTE in the Age of COVID
Demonstration (60 Minutes)
Jerry Yamashita (w/ Maria Carrasco)
The impact of COVID-19 on digital learning cannot be understated. Many agencies quickly discovered that access to technology and low digital literacy posed significant challenges to their learners—and in some cases, their staff as well. You will learn how a Community Digital Navigator CTE program can help your agency’s efforts to elevate digital literacy, reach instructional technology objectives, and provide technical support for every student through authentic learning and student empowerment.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: DEA)
Connecting Strengths, Interests and Values to Education and Careers
Demonstration (60 Minutes)
Nate Sachdeva (w/ Nicole Lincoln, Kirsley Tate)
San Diego Adult Schools offers a flexible online educational experience for adult learners who are seeking a High School Diploma. We are an independent study program through San Diego Unified School District that offers academic support in-person or remotely. Our goal is to identify the strengths, interests, and values of individual students during orientation and create educational opportunities that align with the personal career goals of our students.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ASE • CAT: SSS)
Sliding Back to In-person Instruction
Panel or Facilitated discussion (60 minutes)
Janet Hernandez (w/ Karen Neville, Melissa Baumunk)
Have you returned to in-person instruction? How have your instructional practices transferred back to face to face? Rowland Adult Community and Education (RACE) recognized an opportunity to compare its own on-line and in-person ESL classes to figure out what works and how to adapt traditional techniques to both modes of instruction. Come and learn what RACE found out and discuss what works well at your site.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: BL)
6 Instructional Strategies to Integrate with EdTech for Any Class Setting
Follow-along Workshop (60 Minutes)
Matt Rhoads (w/ Janelle McLaughlin, Shannon Moore)
This session combines proven research driven strategies with practical EdTech tools to amplify student learning regardless of teaching environment (virtual, blended, traditional in-person). The main topics include Digital Classroom Routines, Engagement, Assessment, Collaboration, Inquiry and Critical Thinking, and Creativity and Innovation. Participants will leave prepared to implement a number of the strategies discussed in this presentation for any type of content.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: BL)

Networking Lunch   (Friday 11:45-1:00 PM)

Networking Lunch (Optional)
Panel or Facilitated discussion (60 minutes)
OTAN Staff
Join this meeting room if you are interested in networking with your adult education colleagues during your lunch break.
(AUD: STF • PGM: ASE • CAT: BL)

Session 9   (Friday 1:00-2:30 PM)

Make Assessments Thoroughly and Instantaneously with Google Forms
Follow-along Workshop (90 minute)
Natalie Paniccia
Wouldn't it be amazing if you could instantly assess all students clearly and precisely? You can with Google Forms! Learn the basic tools and features of Google Forms, best practices for classroom assessment, and how to export assessment data to Google Sheets. This tool is recommended for in-person and online learning.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: BL)
Using Gmail and Calendar as a Digital Assistant
Demonstration (90 minute)
Cora Lauderdale
Learn how to customize Gmail and Calendar to assistant you in personal needs. From creating customized templates and signatures, notes, lists, and creating your own meetings.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: TI)
From the "3Rs" to Technical Competence
Demonstration (90 minute)
Prof. Maru Colbert (w/ Tyresa Leader)
After living through the horror of trafficking, those fortunate to be accepted into the Annie Cannon (or STREAM program) where basic adult education is incorporated into the teaching, have to overcome extreme educational deficits. In both instances, adults who haven’t completed high school are being taught technical subjects. ABE and/or ASE with specialized instruction plus counseling, support services and follow-up are hall marks of both programs. Parallel support systems are highlighted.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: BL)
Bridging The Medical Pathway Gap
Demonstration (60 Minutes)
Lolita Anderson (w/ Michelle Randall, Alejandra Lupercio, Cynthia Canchola, Fernando Canales)
Moreno Valley Community Adult School is offering a Medical Prep Course that will be available to students seeking a career in the medical field.The modules include Computer Skills, Customer Service, Medical Terminology, Medical Mathematics, and Anatomy and Physiology.The course will be approximately 17 weeks and is designed to meet the needs of those interested in the medical field. In this demonstration you will gain information related to the course. This course can be replicated by others.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: BL)
Teaching with YouTube
Follow-along Workshop (60 Minutes)
Jennifer Gagliardi
Go where your students are. Learn how to set up your YouTube channel and playlists to deliver quality content to your students outside of the classroom.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ESL • CAT: BL)
Coach and Collaborate
Panel or Facilitated discussion (60 minutes)
Lars Guntvedt
Panel discussion to describe the DLAC collaboration process where a group of three agencies work together to share the best practices with technology integration. One of the benefits of being a member of the DLAC process is the opportunity to share ideas in our coach collaboration time. The three teams work together with their coach to bring out the dynamics, challenges, and authentic experiences in hybrid and hyflex teaching scenarios.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ABE • CAT: PAC)
Increase CASAS Test Scores & EL Civics Results with Blended Instruction
Demonstration (60 Minutes)
Susan Rausch (w/ Leif Williams)
Blended instruction for ESL learners through their access to online instructional software, Zoom classes, and extension activities can increase their listening, speaking, reading, and writing skills as verified by increased CASAS test scores, EL Civics Assessment results, and improved retention. Come see what Martinez Adult Education (MAE) has implemented in its program. Learn about our successes and challenges along the way.
(AUD: TEA • PGM: ESL • CAT: BL)

Tech Slam   (Friday 2:45-3:45PM)

TDLS 2022 TECH SLAM
Panel or Facilitated discussion (60 minutes)
OTAN Staff
Join us to celebrate a great conference and share a tool and resources you feel is useful; maybe it is something you learned at TDLS 2022.
(AUD: STF • PGM: CTE • CAT: DL)