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Cleveland, Ohio


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ALD 610

Theory and Assessment of Adult Literacy Practice

An elective course for graduate students. Students will learn the theoretical concepts that influence the practice of adult literacy with respect to the various factors, such as: curriculum, marketing of programs, adult participation, barriers to participation, learning disabilities, and adult learning gains. The course will discuss the content associated with the Test of Adult Basic Education (TABE) and the General Education Development (GED) measurement tools. The students will learn how to administer the TABE and the process of measuring the adult learning gains in the reading, math, and language skill areas of the TABE.

Units: 3.0