|Name||Effective Strategies for Writing Instruction (Self-directed Online)|
This self-directed course supports independent professional development; there is no facilitator nor other participants. This course provides each individual the opportunity to learn through a variety of videos, readings, and activities. Sign up now and access the class for 3 months. There is no official start or end date to worry about. This course examines the vital role writing plays in ABE, ASE, and ESL instruction, especially in helping learners become college- and career-ready. Participants begin by identifying possible challenges in teaching writing and strategies for overcoming them. Through interactive, multimedia presentations, participants identify the key components of the writing process and discover research-based instructional strategies for supporting their students' writing development. Finally, participants learn how to apply a rubric to evaluate student work and prepare a lesson plan with instruction designed to address students' areas of need (estimated course completion time is 4 hours).
Enrollment verification with Moodle login information will be sent to registrants within one business day of registration.
|Goals||This course is free of charge to all California adult education programs.|
|Contact||Please contact CALPRO at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 916-286-8803 for more information.|