Are you reading every day?
There are countless benefits to a daily reading habit, including stress reduction.
No matter what’s adding stress to your life, a good book can take it all away & magically transport you to a relaxing island, a romantic scene, or an exciting time with your favorite historical figure!
Still time to join us next week! Japanese lessons from beginner to intermediate at my central #Brighton classroom🇯🇵. Enrol here stepupjapanese.com/courses (link in my profile too ⇒ @stepupjapanese)
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Me and my EASTER crew representing @summitswfl University campus Saturday service!
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When making memes and Gifs becomes mentally therapeutic then it’s ok to do while writing your final paper-otherwise a total waste of time 🤣
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Many people recognize that each person prefers different learning styles and techniques. Learning styles group common ways that people learn. Everyone has a mix of learning styles.
The Seven Learning Styles °VISUAL (spatial):You prefer using pictures, images, and spatial understanding. °AURAL (auditory-musical): You prefer using sound and music. °VERBAL (linguistic): You prefer using words, both in speech and writing. °PHYSICAL (kinesthetic): You prefer using your body, hands and sense of touch. °LOGICAL (mathematical): You prefer using logic, reasoning and systems. °SOCIAL (interpersonal): You prefer to learn in groups or with other people. °SOLITARY (intrapersonal): You prefer to work alone and use self-study.
Have you received your summer 2019 catalog in the mail yet?
What class are you excited to register for?
3 3420 April, 2019
We were delighted to meet everyone at @COABEHQ in New Orleans.
What a stimulating & inspiring group of people! Our conversations gave us deeper respect for the work that you do & a willingness to help with your efforts. And thanks for your interest in our series of books designed to help adults & young adults who struggle to read.
By adding your name to our mailing list, you were entered to win Hi-Lo books. Now for the winners!
• Christie Scott Mississippi Dept. of Corrections
• Danielle Cox Maryland DLLR Div. of Workforce Development & Adult Learning
• Amber Miller Austin Community College
• Sandra Leake North Iowa Area Community College
• Mrs. Rayford Nunez Community College
• Gina Opauski Ocean County College
Each of these lucky individuals will be receiving 5 FREE Hi-Lo books!
We look forward to seeing you all next year & in the meantime, hope you will stay in touch.
Your ideas about new books, new topics, & new ways to engage adults with reading will help move toward full literacy for all.
We hope you're all enjoying your Spring Break! Don't forget there are no classes this coming week either. Our office will be open this week, however, so feel free to come on down with any needs you may have. #adulted#adulteducation#adultedworks#erae2019
Day 34 of the #OLTop50 was #WorldHealthDay , so we introduced you to the problem of antibiotic resistance.
If you've ever wondered what would happen if the bacteria causing an infection couldn't be treated our #FreeCourse is for you. #OU50 | http://ow.ly/3cyD50qK9Ma
The Certificate III in Individual Support requires a lot of hours dedicated to studying, answering workbooks, and doing placement. To some students, this might sound too demanding, especially to those who have full-time jobs and families to take care of.
On Monday, April 22, deserving students will receive scholarships and awards from @sdceedu at the Joe and Vi Jacobs Center as part of the 11th annual “Stars on the Rise” Scholarship and Awards Ceremony. The recipients are students who have shown academic merit, leadership and service to the community. Congratulations to all!
It’s never too late❤ Meet Chebelina Mukomuga. She estimates that she was born in 1923. It’s incredible to imagine how much has changed throughout Chebelina’s long life. A world war, Kenya gaining independence, 4 Kenyan presidents, the mobile phone, computers, space exploration, and so much more!
But what hasn’t changed is Chebelina’s desire to learn. For the past 6 years, she has attended our adult literacy classes to learn how to read and write, as she never had an opportunity to attend school. From not being able to hold a pen, she has made remarkable progress for a woman her age, and today can write her name and even perform basic maths!