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Tutors can use this area to ask questions, share techniques and brainstorm with your peers.
02/20/2013 | admin | 2
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Tutor Coordinator Discussion Area

Tutor Coordinators can use this area to ask each other questions, share successes and challenges and further network with peers.
01/17/2013 | admin | 35
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  • Kim Roush presenting Ed Malloy with his 2016 Outstanding Tutor Award

  • Ed Malloy celebrating his award with family

  • Ed Malloy receiving his Outstanding Tutor award from Kim Roush of Tutors of Literacy in the Commonwealth

  • Former Senator Earl Baker congratulating Ed Malloy, recipient of the 2016 Outstanding Tutor award

  • Ed Malloy, York Co Literacy Council, 2016 Outstanding Tutor


Congratulations to Ed Malloy

 

Pennsylvania's 2016 Outstanding Tutor!!!


 

Updated May 13, 2016 - Revised 2016 Tutor Coordinator Webinar
Schedule Available



Tutor Coordinator Contact List available here.


ESL Tutors ~ Looking for Problem-Based Lesson Plans?

Check out this new resource created by Catherine Brett, a Penn State Literacy Corps student. Thanks so much for sharing your great work Catherine!

Do you have an excellent resource that you have developed that you would be willing to share? Contact Kim Roush ~ we would love to post resources from around the state on our site. Why should we all be reinventing the wheel???


TUTOR RESOURCE AVAILABLE

 TLC has a website full of resources, all related to the College and Career Readiness Standards. Many thanks to Dr. Sheila Sherow for development of this website. Grab a cup of coffee or tea and take some time to browse through all the wonderful materials on the site. You will need this password to enter the site: TLCtutorwebsite.


Interested in learning more about the College and Career Readiness Standards?

This one hour YouTube video provides very good information about the College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) in an easy to understand manner. Please note, the video is a product of McGraw-Hill and the last ten minutes include some advertising of their materials.


For a reminder of why you are in adult literacy, read this touching story 

 

Disclaimer

This publication was supported by the U.S. Department of Education through the Pennsylvania Department of Education, Bureau of Adult Basic and Literacy Education. However, the opinions expressed herein do not necessarily reflect the position of the policy of the U.S. Department of Education of the Pennsylvania Department of Education. No official endorsement of these agencies should be inferred.