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Wednesday Sessions

Session 5 (90 minutes)   10:10am-11:40am

Using CHAT GPT for teacher lesson support
Single presenter
susan Gaer
Learn how to write a good prompt for easy lesson development. In this session, the presenter will share how to use CHATGPT to enhance your lessons. In addition, we will discuss some of the risks and challenges of this exciting technology.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: TDL )
Bridging Education and Industry: Using Geospatial Tools to Engage Adult Learners
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
Christopher C.J. Bishop
Connecting adult education programs and workforce partners requires actionable labor market data, mapping and visualization capabilities. Learn how geospatial approaches using an employer mapping tool and a job analytics dashboard can be used to make labor market information such as high demand skills and earning data more transparent and impactful for adult learners.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: PDV )
Fast Track Your Students to Better Writing Skills
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
Kay Hartley
What programmatic tools have agencies used to evaluate writing skills more consistently? How quickly can we polish our students' writing skills so they can pass their HSE tests or transition to post-secondary? This session highlights the early efforts of two schools who were early adopters of the CASAS Essay and Language assessments, with feet-on-the-ground stories about preparation, curriculum…and results!
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: CRR )
Who's going to do the work? South Bay Consortium for Adult Education's approach to aligning organizational structure and annual plan.
Single presenter
Ilse Pollet
How will your organizational structure support the goals identified in your three year plan? What do consortium-wide functions look like? How might you organize cross-consortium work groups around various projects? Join SBCAE leadership for a conversation about consortium structure, staffing and work groups for maximum impact.
(AUD: ADM • PGM: LDR )
SB554 and Developing Learning Communities for Adult Learners at the Community College
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
Heather Maloy
Delta Sierra Adult Education Consortium will discuss the benefits of the implementation of SB554 and establishing an adult education learning community for our students. Directing Adult towards the Right TrAC for Employment (DARTE) was established in Spring of 2021 at San Joaquin Delta College and provides transitional wrap around support for our adult students.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: PDV )
Effective Asynchronous Instructional Design and Teaching Practices in Hybrid Courses
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
Erica Duran
An increasing number adult ed courses are taught in a hybrid format with portions delivered asynchronously online. However, many faculty view asynchronous teaching as time for students to use pre-developed curriculum programs. The presenters offer design practices and planning tools with examples of five best practices for instructional delivery for executing high-quality hybrid courses. The practices are discussed in the context of noncredit Advanced ESL and CTE courses. Participants gain model
(AUD: TEA • PGM: TDL )
Sonoma-Marin Bus Operator Pre-Apprenticeship Program
Multiple presenters (maximum is 6 presenters)
Marlyn Garcia
Santa Rosa Junior College (SRJC) Adult Education Program has partnered with Golden Gate Transit (GGT), the Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) Local 1575, and California Transit Works (CTW) to create an innovative Bus Operator Pre-Apprenticeship (PA) Program, the first in California to link directly to an apprenticeship program.
(AUD: ADM, STF, TEA • PGM: LRT )
Motivating your Employees
Single presenter
Suzanne Webb
Setting and communicating professional expectations for your employees allows them to truly understand what is expected as a professional at your school site (or in your organization). Following all Collective Bargaining Agreements, building relational capacity, having a "coach" mindset, and staying true to your word will inspire your employees to meet or exceed your standards.
(AUD: ADM • PGM: LDR )
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