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DART – Digital Access and Resilience in Texas

About This Session


DART is a new curriculum for including digital skills and resilience into ESL classes. Designed primarily for learners with little or no English literacy, the curriculum can be adapted for learners at all levels.

What we'll cover:

How do you include digital literacy with adult English language learners?

What about those who are still learning the English alphabet?

And what can you do when you have limited access to devices or the internet?

In this session, we will look at a new curriculum freely available through TCALL to help address these questions. We will look at the curriculum as both ready-to-go lessons and examples for designing your own digital literacy lessons for adult English language learners.

Topics & Focus

Primary Topic Area
topic - English Language Learning, ESL, ELL
Session will also cover:
topic - digital literacy & technology

Handouts & Materials

DART Presentation (breakout slides – PDF)

Headshot - Glenda Rose

Presenter: Glenda Rose
Organization: Community Action, Inc. of Central Texas

ROLE classroom instructors
LEVEL beginner
Case study?
Other info:

While this session will promote the DART curriculum, this curriculum is freely available from TCALL.

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