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From Suite101: How to Avoid Dropping Out of Adult Education: 15 Ways to Make an Education Experience Successful and Rewarding

Tips and strategies are provided for helping adult learners and non-traditional students develop a plan for success in their adult and continuing education experience. 

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from World Education Adult Learner Persistence website:

Welcome to the adult learner persistence website, where you can find tools, models, strategies, and research about ways to help adult students stay on their learning paths.

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As we prepare for Session IV, we revisit our commitment to daily goal setting and reflection.  The following post was originally published March, 2008 and re-posted November, 2009.

LightbulbHow do we weave goal setting and reflection into the daily fabric of our instructional practice? Read on for some practical ideas. (more…)

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adult-ed-newHere is the 2009-10 version of NMUSD Adult School’s PowerPoint on Persistence.  It is designed to inspire students to attend regularly.  It helps create a climate of learning that focuses on learner persistence, learner goals, and learning gains. (more…)

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As we prepare for Session II, we revisit our commitment to daily goal setting and self reflection.  The following post was originally published March 24, 2008.

LightbulbHow do we weave goal setting and self-reflection into the daily fabric of our instructional practice? Read on for some practical ideas. (more…)

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adult-ed-newHere is the updated version of NMUSD Adult School’s PowerPoint on Persistence.  It is designed to inspire students to attend regularly.  It helps create a climate of learning that focuses on learner persistence, learner goals, and learning gains.

Persistence  – More Important Than Ever!

We encourage you to show this PowerPoint to your students at the beginning of each session.

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In an attempt to better serve students and more accurately measure learning gains, we are piloting a managed enrollment plan for our ESL classes.  We offer four nine-week sessions.  Read on for more details. (more…)

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