As Adult Education and Family Literacy Week 2014 progresses, NCL’s inbox is filling with celebration news and ideas. More of your ideas follow:
NCL member World Education offers a new tech tip lesson in honor of AEFL Week. This Online Advocacy Activity comes from the Tech Tips for Teachers blog by World Education.
In celebration of AEFL Week, Phoenix Indian Center Adult Literacy (AZ) students will present a family biography. Students will interview a family member and include questions about their life. A simple narrative will be written for display. Some examples of display include poster board, tri-fold boards, Powerpoint, digital videos, photographs, and handouts. Students will present their family biography today to current students and staff at the Phoenix Indian Center. This event gives students a chance to share the customs and traditions of their family, while incorporating literacy and technology into the activities. Each student will be recognized with a “Thumbs Up” trophy and a “Certificate of Achievement” award.
Kentucky’s governor has designated Sept. 22-28 as Kentucky Adult Education Week. To raise awareness of adult literacy, Greenup County Adult Education (KY) activities include a 5K race, displays at local public libraries and a Book-It Challenge that calls for adults to submit a photo of themselves reading to a child.
Lima (OH) is spotlighting adult education and literacy by “putting a focus on reading, writing, and basic math… This week is being used to highlight the educational struggle throughout the country and in the community.” A local Fox News clip spotlights both AEFL week, the NW Ohio Literacy Center, and the Lima Adult Learning Center.
Don’t stop now! Continue to send your AEFL week ideas to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We will keep posting them on our NCL blog between now and the end of September. You can also visit and post ideas and photos on our Facebook page.