All ALAPCAE members are also ProLiteracy members.
Use your ProLiteracy account to log in and use their resource page.
If you don't have or know your ProLiteracy logins, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
As you work to improve your reading, writing, English, or math, we have some tools to help.
Here are some examples:
Managing a literacy program requires program managers and staff to be jacks-of-all-trades.
Working with boards, managing volunteers and staff, handling finances, raising money, doing strategic planning, and operating facilities are just some of the challenges managers face.
Tutors and teachers work hard to provide the best possible instruction to students but keeping lessons fresh and interesting can be a challenge.
You can find online courses, lesson plans, podcasts, articles, and other resources to help infuse your lessons with new ideas and approaches that keep students engaged.
Literacy programs depend on trainers like you to ensure eager and passionate volunteers are trained in best practices for tutoring adult learners.
You can find workshop presentations, online courses, articles, demonstration videos, and other resources to help you develop engaging and effective training that prepares volunteers to work with their future students.