Supporting learners with low-level literacy skills remotely (Code: C0813)
This webinar will explore practical approaches to supporting learners with low level (Pre-entry to Entry 3) literacy skills. Sarah Simons teaches adults in both a college and ACL context to a wide range of learners, including those with complex needs and specific learning difficulties, including dyslexia. Within the webinar, we will explore how digital technologies have supported learning and how Sarah has adapted her approaches to the needs of individual learners.
Who is this for?
Teachers, trainers and managers in the Further Education and Training sector.
To help practitioners to support their learners with low-level literacy skills when learning remotely.
Supporting Enhance Modules for this webinar include:
- Accessibility: Accommodating the learner's digital context
- Accessibility: Learning for independent living
- Accessibility: What is assistive technology?
- Dealing with difference and diversity modules: Accommodating different levels of digital skills
By attending the webinar, you will:
- identify ways to accommodate a learner's digital context
- identify ways to accommodate different levels of digital skills
- see how one practitioner adapted their practice to deliver remotely
- be introduced to digital tools that support low-level literacy skills remote delivery
For those who have already been using our accessibility and dealing with difference and diversity modules: don't forget to submit a reflection on your training, and you will receive personalised feedback from our panel of experts.
60 minutes. (A recording will be posted after the session to support the sector post-event.)
None, although to get the most from this session we strongly encourage you to register for free on the Enhance Digital Teaching Platform beforehand.