NJALL is pleased to announce that its 2020 Conference: Problem Posing, Problem Solving will be held on May 15, 2020, at Brookdale Community College. Registration is now open! The agenda features a plenary presentation led by Cynthia Bell, Numeracy and Workforce Specialist from the Literacy Assistance Center in New York, twenty-one different workshops, and time for networking with colleagues and meeting with vendors. The registration fee covers lunch and coffee.
Formative Assessments for Literacy Instruction
Learning Math Through Problem Posing and Collaboration
Vocabulary For ESOL
ELL's Who are Emergent Readers
Teaching Listening Skills
Digital Literacy and Problem Solving
Accessing Web Resources
Students in Their Own Words
Adult Education and Anti-Poverty Advocacy
Immigration Policy Update
Adult Learner Writing Contest:
Selected winners will read from their work and
discuss how to support students as writers.
Registration for this conference is limited to 250 people.
We cannot accept any on-site registrations.
If your registration is being covered by an organization, please make sure your name is on a list that the organization submits along with a check or purchase order. A hard copy of the purchase order with names should be mailed to the NJALL address below and an electronic copy should be mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. NJALL will then take care of completing the registration process.
Checks and hard copies of purchase orders must be received by May 1st to guarantee registration. Any cancellations must take place by May 1st to ensure a refund.
If your organization would like to pay with a credit card or PayPal, please contact us.
Please send any questions to email@example.com
16 South Avenue West, Suite 252
Cranford, NJ 07016
Learners can submit their work to the NJALL Learner Writing Contest until February 28, 2020. This year, cash prizes will be awarded in five categories - fiction, non-fiction, memoir, poetry and photography. Several winners will be invited to read their work and receive their awards at the annual NJALL conference on May 15. Winners' and other selected submissions will be published in a free magazine that will be available in the summer of 2020.
* All adult learners are eligible, including students in adult literacy programs, those in adult high schools or equivalency programs, those in developmental education programs, those enrolled in English language classes and students studying for citizenship.
* Learners can submit one piece per category, except for poetry. Learners can submit up to five poems for consideration. Learners can send in submissions for multiple categories.
* All submissions must be original and represent the work of the learner - not the work of their teacher or tutor. Teachers/tutors may help with spelling and grammar, but it should be limited in nature. We are using the honor system with regards to this.
* English language learners can get help with translation, but the work should remain their own.
* There are no page or word limits.
* Submissions need to be received by February 28, 2020 at firstname.lastname@example.org
* The email should identify the category of the submission.
* Submissions should include the learner's name and contact information and the name of the program or school they attend. The submission should also include a two or three sentence self-description of the learner. If the learner wishes to remain anonymous or use a pen-name, this information should be provided when the work is submitted.
* By entering the contest, the learner agrees to have their piece published in the magazine if it is selected.
* All those submitting work will be notified of the decisions by March 16, 2020.
* Please send any questions to email@example.com.
Reviewers are also needed!
If you are interested in serving as a reviewer, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are particularly interested in having learners serve on the review committee.