adult learner

Out of the Box Lesson Idea: Mayoral Forum May 8

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Does your adult learner want to participate in their community? Help them learn how local government works by exploring the role of city mayor and where the top candidates stand on important issues. 

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In our quarterly newsletter Lit Bits, there is a section dedicated to the writings of adult learners and tutors called Learner to Learner.  This section is a place for tutors to share learning strategies that they’ve found to be successful with their learners, or brag about their learner's latest achievement.  Adult learners can submit book reviews, creative writings, letters, recipes, stories, or other items they’d like to share with other people in the program.  If you or your learner(s) are interested in submitting som

We Are Visible: Social Media Empowers Homeless Individuals

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WeAreVisible.com was created to help homeless individuals connect with the world through social media. However, their easy to understand tutorials can help anyone set up an email, Facebook or Twitter account. If your adult learner is interested in learning more about social media, or would like to create their own social media accounts, this is a great resource.

Watch the video to learn more about why WeAreVisible.com was created.

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.

Tutors: Reporting Volunteer Hours Online

It is very important that tutors in our literacy program report their volunteer time with us each month. Tutors can report their volunteer hours online. Volunteer hours to count for reporting purposes include tutoring time, preparation and travel time. To find the monthly report form from the library's homepage, start at http://www.tulsalibrary.org/, then hover  over--but don’t click-- on the INTERESTS button (near the top). You will see the choice for LITERACY in the first column.

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