Adult learning resources

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Teaching Adult Learners

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Virginia Adult Learning Resource Center Homepage

Adult learning can encompass a variety of learning activities ranging from formal coursework completed at an educational institution, to non-formal training courses provided through the workplace or community organizations. Adult learners usually seek out adult learning resources to obtain a GED, learn a new skill or language, or renew a license or certification. Browse the categories below to find courses that will help you achieve your educational goals. For adults who have not received a high school diploma, obtaining a General Educational Development GED credential is a viable option and is typically required when seeking employment. Individuals can earn their GED by taking and passing the corresponding exams in science, math, social studies, reading and writing.
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Adult Learning Resources

This list is intended to help educators, developers, and entrepreneurs learn about existing digital resources for adult learning. Adult Learning. Resources for Adult Learning. Learners can earn an Advanced Diploma focused on soft skills needed to find employment.
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The Adult Learning Resource Center ALRC , a nationally recognized educational resource, provides professional development, including instructional and program support, for adult and family educators. ALRC consultants have worked with agencies in 20 states and maintain strong partnerships with community-based organizations, community colleges and public schools. The ALRC has participated in advisory groups to develop national professional development approaches for English as a second language, citizenship education, and evidence-based reading and mathematics instruction for adult populations.