Helping Healthcare Workers Persist in Online Learning: Lessons Learned

Many frontline healthcare workers, especially Certified Nurse Assistants (CNAs), would like to advance in their careers and enter a nursing program at their local college. Admission to programs is very competitive, however, and applicants typically need to complete challenging pre-requisite courses in writing, math, and sciences before they can even apply to a nursing program. … Continue reading Helping Healthcare Workers Persist in Online Learning: Lessons Learned

Skeptical Practice: It Really Is Never Too Late to Learn

Our System for Adult Basic Education Support (SABES) office at World Education coordinates the development of a lot of Massachusetts state-wide trainings, including a new Foundations course for all new state-funded practitioners. One of the themes we hit again and again in this intensive training is a teacher’s need to continually reflect on her practice. … Continue reading Skeptical Practice: It Really Is Never Too Late to Learn