Adult Education Teacher Inquiry
P A R T I C I P A N T S & Q U E S T I O N S
- Donna Andreozzi, Community College of Rhode Island
the Connection Between Standard Curriculum Grammar and Writing for the
World of Work
- Tom Brillat, Washington County Adult Learning Center
has there been little, if any, financial support for the Washington County
Adult Learning Center by local governments and school departments?
- Polly Barnes, Institute of Labor Studies
- Julie Fischer, Mary Troeger, International Institute of Rhode Island(Providence)
writing on computers
- Sally Gabb, Virginia Burke, The Genesis Center (Providence)
Capturing the codes: A journey with Language and Culture
A classroom inquiry project building on Paolo Freire's concept of cultural
- Rebecca Garland, Michelle Montoya, (Dorcas Place) Providence
Portfolios in the Pre-GED classroom
- Sarah Gleason, Michelle Montoya Dorcas Place (Providence)
your voice heard
- Jody Gray, Literacy Volunteers of Northern Rhode Island
management techniques for learning disabled students
- David Hayes, Institute of Labor Studies
ESL to GED Assessment
- Maureen Lawlor, LVA/ ACI Literacy Volunteer Program, Education Unit(Cranston)
of Learning Styles Concepts to Enhance Learning Activities of Basic Literacy
- Dina Mac, Dorcas Place (Providence)
learning and practicing speedreading techniques in the classroom enable
students to read faster with greater comprehension and enhance their enjoyment
- Gail Lawson, Aquidneck Island Adult Learning Center (Newport)
- Doreen Perry, Project RIRAL (Woonsocket)
- Sandra Petruzzi, Beverly Chase.
Multiply Disadvantaged Adult Learners Achieve Goals
- Nazneen Rahman, Terri Coustan, Glenn Angell, International Institute
of Rhode Island (Providence)
are low-level learners getting out of computer-assisted language learning?
- Michelle Rujotte, Genesis Center (Providence)
- Betty S. Johnson Simons, International Institute of Rhode Island
are our learners doing in school?
The Adult Education Teacher Inquiry Projects were supported through
funds taken from Section 353 "Special Projects/Professional Development"
of the National Literacy Act of 1991. Dr. James Barton, Assistant Professor,
Education Department, University of RI, assisted the project as advisor
and by providing technical assistance.
New projects were begun in March, 1997. Reports on those projects will
appear in the summer of 1997.
For more information concerning the Inquiry Projects please contact Janet
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