Monthly Archives: September 2012
Family Literacy: Free Seminar on Community Mapping
Free web seminar aimed at identifying community and family resources with potential to enhance literacy learning for children and stronger school-family relationships. Sponsored by the National Center for Literacy Education. Community Mapping Web Seminar – more info: http://www.ncte.org/seminars/comm_mapping DATE/Time: October […]
EFFTIPS New Post: Combating Math Anxiety
The Center’s EFFTIPS blog has just published: In the News: Combating the Negative Effects of Math Anxiety …in which they share information from a recent Science Daily article and ask, “What are your experiences with students with math anxiety?” We invite […]
Save the Date: East TN Accessibility Event
We are happy to announce East Tennessee’s First Annual Accessibility Event, Friday, September 21, 2012 at the Knoxville Civic Coliseum. This event is presented by the Construction Specifications Institute in partnership with the City of Knoxville. Keynote Speaker: Mayor Madeline […]
Celebrate Adult Education and Family Literacy Week!
Adult Education Practitioners: LINCS has a new look!
The Center is has some exciting news to share for the Adult Education community from our Partner, LINCS: “The U.S. Department of Education, Office of Vocational and Adult Education is relaunching the national go-to resource for adult educators— The Literacy Information […]
We Launch CLEE!
Big launch event at the Boathouse Grill on UT Campus tonight! We are now the Center for Literacy, Education and Employment. Speakers tonight included: Geri Mulligan – Director of the Center for Literacy, Education and Employment Dean Bob Rider – UT […]
CLEE awarded STEM Grant from Alcoa Foundation
The Center for Literacy, Education and Employment is happy to announce the receipt of funding from Alcoa Foundation for an innovative STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) project. This funding will support approximately 20 students from Alcoa Elementary School, in […]