Priority 1: Promote Regional Partnerships to Ensure Comprehensive Approaches that Result in Improved Learner Outcomes
- Planning for a Regionalized Adult Education Service Delivery Approach to Improve Learner Outcomes
- Regional Partnerships and Collaborative Networks
- Partnerships with Local Workforce Development Boards
Priority 2: Expand the state’s talent pipeline through attainment of credentials of value and acquisition of postsecondary certifications, industry-recognized credentials and degrees
- Overview of Integrated Education and Training (IET) in WIOA
- Integrated English Literacy and Civics Educations and IET
- Mapping IET Programs to Regional Needs
Priority 3: Ensure all learners receive high quality instruction that prioritizes measurable labor market needs and outcomes while working to eliminate equity and achievement gaps in the community
- Program Quality and Outcomes/Labor Market Information and Trends
- Technology, Online Learning, and Family Literacy
- Quality Learning Outcomes
Priority 4: Incent, measure and support enhanced program effectiveness
- Demonstrated Effectiveness and Past Effectiveness
- Comprehensive Performance Monitoring and Reporting
- Guided Journey for Completing Priority 4
Teaching Skills that Matter in Adult Education
Did you ever wonder how enhancing the effectiveness of adult education could happen? Teaching Skills That Matter (TSTM) in Adult Education is a professional development project of the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education (OCTAE) which combines evidence-based materials in five content focus areas of critical importance in adults’ lives. This project will identify, discuss and explore focus areas, teaching approaches and skills needed for our students. A critical component of the TSTM project is the Toolkit. Be ready to take away instructional examples, templates and tools that will have a positive impact on students’ lives
2021 ACE Fall Conference
September 27-29, 2021 – Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront – St. Petersburg, Florida
Previous ACE Trainings
2020 ACE Fall Conference: “Exceeding the Vision”
October 6-8, 2020 – Virtual
2020 Summer Symposium
June 9-11 – Virtual
Part-time Adult Education Teacher Academy
The FLDOE, Division of Career and Adult Education, and ACE of Florida, Inc. are pleased to offer the Part-time Adult Education Teacher Academies for part-time teachers who are often unable to attend the full ACE Conference.
Description: These Academies are setup like mini conferences. They offer an Opening Session, break-out sessions, and resources, materials and information that can be used immediately in the classroom.
Adults with Learning Disabilities Training
Effective Instruction for all Adult Education Students Including Those with Learning Disabilities and Other Special Learning Needs: Definitions – Issues – Solutions.
Description: A large number of adults who attend adult education classes have a diagnosed or undiagnosed learning disability and/or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. These disabilities and other special learning needs will be specifically addressed in this workshop.
See Calendar of Events for upcoming dates