Using Evernote with low-level adult literacy students – success story webinars
January 15th, 2015 by Monika Jankowska-Pacyna
Join us this March to learn how Maxine, an adult literacy instructor at Dixon Hall in Toronto, is using Evernote to foster independent learning with students. Maxine, who was a reluctant adopter of digital technology in her class, was searching for a way to meet the challenge of working alone with a multi-level group, which often included lower-level literacy students who were not comfortable with technology.
Enter Evernote – a tool to manage various learning resources and easily share them online – which has given Maxine the means to manage the diverse learning needs of her group and to provide each student with a personalized learning space online.
Maxine will share with us why she was reluctant to introduce digital technology in her class, how she set up Evernote to make it work for her and her students, and the unexpected impact it had on her students.
Webinar 1: English community – Monday, March 2, at 3 pm – Click here to register
Webinar 2: Deaf community (with interpreters) – Monday, March 9, at 3 pm – Click here to register
Webinar 3: Francophone community – TBD
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org