Rethinking Instruction and Participation for Adult Basic Education

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This study circle guide was created by the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy (NCSALL) and is part of NCSALL’s efforts to help connect research and practice in the field of adult basic education and adult literacy.

This study circle guide—Rethinking Instruction and Participation for Adult Basic Education—is one of a series of study circles that NCSALL has developed. The purpose of the study circles is to help staff developers and practitioners organize and conduct study circles that help practitioners read, discuss, and use research to improve their practice

This guide addresses issues around organizing learning services for students in ways that make sense for them, and what the research says about it. The focus is on the structure and organization of instruction and how we can broaden the range of options that students have so that classes aren't the only option.

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