If you are searching for engaging, multimedia teaching materials to use in your adult education classroom, consider attending the TV411 workshop on Feb. 20. Hosted by the Literacy Assistance Center (LAC) in Lower Manhattan, the workshop presents TV411's website, rich in multimedia information for instructors and students.
TV411 is a product of the Learning and Teaching Division of the Education Development Center, a nonprofit organization in Manhattan. It is a "free, multimedia website for pre-GED (General Educational Development) and GED adult students and instructors."
The workshop, facilitated by Lora Myers and Noah Goodman, offers participants information on TV411.org's resource library, which houses videos, web lessons, and information for adult basic education (ABE), English for speakers of other languages (ESOL), and GED instructors, program managers, and volunteer tutors.
Participants will explore, in depth, three videos and companion web lessons that focus on writing, math, and science concepts in entertaining, real-world contexts."
The workshop lasts from 9:30 a.m.—12:30 p.m. on Feb. 20. Registration (on Eventbrite.com) ends at 8:30 a.m., an hour before the event starts.
Contact email@example.com to get more information on the Education Development Center. Contact www.lacnyc.org to find out more about the professional services offered by LAC, a nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting and promoting the expansion of quality literacy services in New York.