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Request for Information: Diploma, HiSET, College Transitions
with Christa Galipeau, MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education
This is where your future begins! Whether you are looking to complete your high school education (diploma or HiSET), wanting to brush off skills for college, or heading toward a career, this is the first step. During this one-on-one meeting, we will discuss your academic history and current standing, any barriers to progress, and goals; short & long term. We will also give a clear picture of how our program works and what you can expect from us.
We accept new students throughout the school year! Submit this request for information and we will be in touch!
Introduction to iPhone Basics
with . BoomerTECH Adventures (BTA), Augusta Adult and Community Education
The vast majority of iPhone users rarely access all of the available iPhone features.In this course, learn to use your iPhone to the best possible advantage.
Some critical features covered include Apple ID and password; structure of the iPhone (buttons and how they work);best apps to have and how to get them; how to text, phone, FaceTime, and email; how to use the Control Center; mastering Settings; updating operating systems; using key apps; and more.
An additional session will include iOS 15 updates and the unique features of the newest iPhones (iPhone 12 & 13).
AACE is pleased to partner with BoomerTech Adventures to offer fully asynchronous online courses students can complete on their own time and at their own speed.
Each course is a PDF booklet with information about the class, instructions for using the class, and the content of the class (videos and articles).
The three instructors provide personalized support for each class via email and /or online chat. The recommended time for each course is one month with 1 to 2 hours of work a week.Tech requirements for each course are a strong internet connection (or access to one) and a computer and/or tablet.
Instructors: Ed Brazee, Jill Spencer, Chris Toy
Common Core Standards for English Language Arts K-5
with Ed2Go Instructor, MSAD#1 Adult & Community Education
Discover the Common Core State standards for English language arts, and gain confidence in applying them to the K-5 classroom. In this course you will explore the basic elements of the standards—strands, anchor standards, and grade articulations—and you will see how they relate to each other. You will be empowered to speak knowledgeably with parents, peers, and the community.
You will explore the four English language strands—reading, writing, speaking, and listening, and language. You will examine how teaching literature gives students the opportunity to explore language, and consider the impact of a school-wide literacy plan. You will look at the roles of technology, homework, curricula, and assessments in the classroom. You will be inspired by loads of easy-to-use, practical examples of Common Core State Standards-aligned lessons that you can use with your own students.
This is an Instructor-Led course. Courses start Aug 16, Sept 13, Oct 18 and Nov 15. For more information or to register please click the link.
English Language Learners
with Beth Larrabee, Winthrop Adult Education
Come join our small group of students working to increase language proficiency in everyday conversation, pronunciation, grammar and writing. Along with this course, our small computer lab has Rosetta Stone© software for those looking for independent studies. Call our office to set up an appointment: 207-377-2265
Thank you for your interest in supporting Winthrop - Monmouth Adult and Community Education's literacy programs through your generous donation. Please click on the register button to donate, which will then bring you to a page where you choose the amount to donate up to $500. (For any donation above $500, please call our office at 207-377-2265.) Thank you!
Literacy Fund Donation
with MSAD11 Adult and Community Education, MSAD 11 Gardiner Area Adult & Community Education (email@example.com) 207-582-3774
We appreciate your interest in supporting MSAD #11 (Gardiner Area) Adult & Community Education's literacy programs through your generous donation. Please click on the register button to donate, which will then bring you to a page where you choose the amount to donate up to $500. (For any donation above $500, please call our office at 207-582-3774.) Thank you!
College and Career Advising
College and Career Advising
Are you thinking about making a change in your job or career? Are you considering going back to school for further training and education, but aren’t sure where to go? RSU 13 Adult Education can help! Our college and career advisor can meet with you to complete career assessments, research options that fit your needs and make a plan to reach your goal. If you are considering college and training programs, our instructors can help you improve your English and Math scores on the tests needed to gain admission. We can help you apply for financial aid and scholarships, and assist you with the transition into your program. Call today for a free appointment! 207-594-9764
Computer Skills for ELL
with Elizabeth DiLalla, RSU #13 Adult and Community Education
This course is designed for English Language Learners of all English skill levels who want to improve their computer skills and vocabulary. Some subjects covered are: computer basics, typing/keyboarding, Microsoft Word, email, and internet safety. Complete this course and earn your NorthStar Digital Literacy Assessment (NDLA) Certificate!
Open enrollment and flexible scheduling throughout the semester.
Instructors: Elizabeth DiLalla and Robert Verbsky