Get Connected with KWETB!
KWETB recently rolled out the Get Connected programme! Offering a webinar invitation across ETBs, it was well attended and had very positive feedback from tutors in attendance. See all links to resources below. Link to tutor resource here:https://view.genial.ly/5ef9f0605bbf600d7ea18a08 Link to learner site here: https://view.genial.ly/5f08955c1ff5300d26bd2278 Link to the tutor notes: file:///C:/Users/Gwen/AppData/Local/Packages/microsoft.windowscommunicationsapps_8wekyb3d8bbwe/LocalState/Files/S0/4/Attachments/Get%20Connected%20Tutor%20Notes%2023.07.pdfLearn More
The ALOA executive would like to thank Alison Jones for her incredible work on behalf of the ALOs, and adult literacy in Ireland, as she steps down. She has chaired the group with great leadership and good humour over the years. It has been a pleasure to work with you Alison! She leaves the executive […]Learn More
GRETB ESOL resources
GRETB have developed a youtube playlist and books series for ESOL learners Visit the playlists here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuCex-1C8uek1_lkoKZ3i5Q Books in the series include: A song I like Coming to Ireland levels A1/ A2 and B1/B2 Recipes from around the World English Idioms Where I’m from Fifty Word stories Tips for Learning EnglishLearn More
Keeping in Touch with Learners – CDETB Ballyfermot
Like many Adult Literacy Organisers around the country Siobhan and the tutoring team in Ballyfermot in Dublin City are getting creative to keep in touch with learners during the Covid19 closures. This magazine has been distributed to all learners to help keep in touch and work on skills during this time. Click below to read […]Learn More
ALOs have been busy!
These extraordinary times have called for extraordinary responses and ALOs and tutors around the country have stepped up to meet the challenge. Here is a snapshot of all the ways in which we have been engaging with our learners, and some observations and challenges experienced by all of us during this time. This has been […]Learn More
Clare Family Learning – Home School Ideas
Thank you to Mary Flanagan of Clare Family Learning for sharing their ideas for help with home schooling. The website has links to a range of resources for primary and secondary school children, as well as for parents themselves. Have a look at the website here : https://clarefamilylearning.org/parents/home-schooling-ideas/Learn More
ALOA/CEFA Collaborative Conference Galway Bay Hotel
The ALOA/CEFA Collaborative Conference took place in the Galway Bay Hotel in November 2019. Supported by Solas and ETBI, the theme of the event was ‘Valuing and Evaluating Non-formal and Informal Learning‘. We had in the region of 100 delegates in attendance, with representation from Adult Literacy Organisers, Community Education Facilitators as well […]Learn More