The following projects were undertaken between October, 2000 and June, 2001. Participants' original proposals for funding, interim and final reports as well as relevant online resources are posted below.
How Can We Accurately Assess the Effectiveness of Using Technology in the ESL Classroom?
interim report, February, 2001final report and final class project
Jenifer Giroux, RI College Outreach Programs
How / Can goal setting enhance learner participation and commitment to a program?
Doreen Perry, Project RIRAL
overview of SCANS skillsLR/RI's standards page
Can we motivate students to learn and refine their mathematics skills through group studies and participation, technological resources and an everyday living type of strategy and approach to teaching?
Dawne Pezzuco, RI College Outreach Programsproject proposal
interim report, March, 2001
math resources from Focus on Basics
Low reading comprehension skills in ABE/pre-GED programs
other project reports: forthcoming:
materials for disabled learners -- Lisa Beade
learning disabilities/strategies/adult learning -- Debra Blaine, Lynn Foley, Project RIRAL, Providence
Digest on ESOL and Learning Disabilities
NCLE Resource Collection: Learning Disabilities and Adult ESL
A Guide to Learning Disabilities for the ESL Classroom Practitioner
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