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Liberating Students & Teachers with Journaling

Who has time for journaling when there are so many concepts to cover in such a short time? Journaling is an effective strategy to help students become more confident with vocabulary, and can be enhanced with intentional classroom strategies. Strategies presented in this session are helpful for both ABE and ESL instructors.


This session was a part of the fourth Maryland Adult Education Virtual Training Institute and was hosted by:

Nicole Clem - Prince George's Community College


To access a copy of the presentation, please click the link below:

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