Literacy

Are Screens a Form of Reading, or Just Plain Evil?

Are Screens a Form of Reading, or Just Plain Evil?

Don't take my word, or the author's word, on such an important question. There are no easy answers. Research shows that as far as reading development goes, reading on a screen is no different from reading on paper. But are there other costs? And which is more important? One side of the argument is laid out very clearly in this article. You can continue the discussions in the comments below.

Teddy Bear Clinic

Teddy Bear Clinic at the Indian Health Care Center

Teddy Bear Clinic
Saturday, September 21st. 10am-12pm
Indian Health Care Resource Center of Tulsa, Inc.
550 S. Peoria Ave., Tulsa

Online Tutor In-Service Opportunities

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Just a reminder that the Literacy Office requires that you take at least one continuing education class per year.  While the Literacy Office offers plenty of opportunities throughout the year administered by our staff for tutors who are unable to attend traditional classes, online options are available.  The Pro Literacy Network offers many self-paced, online courses for tutors at their website: http://www.proliteracyednet.org/articles.asp?mcid=2

Are We There Yet?

Mom's Minivan .com

Is car time waisted time with your kids? Worse, is it a source of aggrivation and family squabbles? No need. This site includes games, printable coloring and activity pages, journaling ideas, and so much more. Teach them to fold paper into fun shapes, count cows, spot wildlife, and stop poking their little sisters! Five minutes the night before getting into a car and you will have the means to engage your child, not be exasperated by him. All at: http://www.momsminivan.com   

Goals Workshop at Schusterman-Benson Library

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What do I like about my life right now? Who challenges me and believes that I can do better? What do I need? What do I want?

Do any of these questions perk your interest?  We will explore these questions and more in the next Goals Workshop on Saturday, September 14th from 10:15 a.m. -1:00 p.m. at Schusterman-Benson Library. This workshop is for adult learners and their tutors and provides an opportunity to learn something about yourself. This is not your ordinary goals-setting type of experience. Please call to reserve your spot: 918-549-7400.

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