Quality Indicators: Integrating Teacher Competencies into School Culture

September 7, 2017

Presenter: Burr Guthrie, Program Coordinator, Campbell Adult and Community Education

Identifying the knowledge and skills expected of an adult education teacher is critical to the success of adult learners. The Adult Education Teacher Competencies have been developed to collaboratively implement positive practice in adult learning programs that directly affect adult student learning outcomes. This webinar will explain how one adult school is using the adult education teacher competencies to improve teacher performance.

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Quality Indicators: You have your Title IV Financial Aid accreditation, now what?

December 4, 2012

Presenter: David Williams, Principal, Beaumont Adult School

This webinar provided a basic overview of what needs to be done to apply for eligibility to participate in the federal student aid program once you have received your Title IV accreditation. In this session, participants learned about completing the online Application for Approval to Participate in the Federal Student Financial Aid Programs, the basics for setting up student aid programs in your organization, the different type of funding options you can provide and where you can get training for your staff.

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WASC Planning: An Administrator's Toolkit

May 16, 2012

Presenter: Jodi Loeffler, Assistant Principal, Bakersfield Adult School

In this session, an adult education administrator shared her recent Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) visitation experience and provided numerous suggestions for ensuring that an agency’s WASC self-study and visitation processes run smoothly. The presenter described her school’s approach to meeting each of 10 WASC criteria and outlined how her agency organized planning meetings, disseminated related information and documents, and communicated with the visiting WASC team.

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