life skills

Life Skills for Adult Learners

The internet can be intimidating and it’s not always easy to know what websites are trustworthy. With a mission to “ensure that every person, regardless of income and location, can maximize the power of technology to improve the quality of his or her life and enter the economic mainstream,” the Beehive is a safe way for you and your adult learner to explore topics online including money, health, employment, schooling and housing. Check it out at www.thebeehive.org.

Free Learning Online IV: GCF Learn Free

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www.gcflearnfree.org is an easy-to-use learning resource for both adult basic literacy and ESL learners and their tutors. Create a free personalized learning profile to keep track of your progress. You can also download the free app to your mobile device! There are over 90 topics to choose from. 

 

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Coming Soon: A Dream That Walks: Setting Realistic Goals

A goal-setting class that is fun? You bet! Using the book A Dream That Walks as our guide, adult learners and their tutors will brainstorm individual inventories of the learner’s skills, interests, personal values and personality traits, and then use that information to set realistic and meaningful goals. This workshop takes place on Saturday, Sept 8 from 10: 00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. at Kendall-Whittier Library, 21 S. Lewis Ave. Please call the Literacy Office to register in advance at 918-549-7400. For adult literacy learners and their tutors only.