Trainings & Webinars
Aztec’s team of Academic Specialists host regular training sessions and webinars in English and Spanish designed to meet the needs of educators and administrators working in adult education and workforce preparation.
As a global leader in adult education and workforce preparation, Aztec takes pride in the wide variety of expertise across our organization. We have so much to share, from technology solutions to curriculum development and beyond.
We hope you find these professional development webinars and training sessions both useful and inspiring!
Strategies for Stop-In & Stop-Out Students
🗓 June 12 (12:00 Pacific/3:00 Eastern)
All too often, learners enroll, stay for a while, and leave for a myriad of reasons. As adult educators, our hope is for them to return and complete their educational goals. So, how can we reach those learners? Join this webinar for a look at the reasons why students tend to leave and ways we can get them back.
Engagement & Retention Strategies for Adult Learners
🗓 June 19 (12:00 Pacific/3:00 Eastern)
Engagement and retention are two important issues that many adult education teachers and administrators find challenging. Join this webinar as we discuss what keeps learners coming back to our classes and ways that keep them engaged in the learning process. We will explore adult learning and review teaching strategies for engaging and retaining learners.
Giving Learners a Choice with Personalized Learning
🗓 June 26 (12:00 Pacific/3:00 Eastern)
The right mix of face-to-face classroom instruction and online software can lead to a more effective program where learners are taught how to become more independent learners. Learner engagement is improved and motivation to learn is increased when academic content is delivered through print materials and online software that both target the same learning objectives. The focus of this session gives teachers and learners a flexible instructional approach that integrates high-quality digital content with traditional print instruction to personalize learning for students.