jataylor_1 at yahoo.com
Fri Jan 30 19:10:44 EST 2004
I started to respond to you on the Womenlit list, but I have not had a chance yet. Just quickly, I like your idea, but I think it would be better if the adult learners wrote their own anecdotes or success stories, from their perspective, and in their own words. I'll follow up in more detail on womenlit, and I have an example to share from Tennessee that we even put on video, and is up on LINCS. I would be happy to share it here, if others are interested.
But the point is yes, I think it's a great idea, but I would really like to see adult learners write their own, and post them.
AndresMuro at aol.com wrote:
Hi, a few days ago I posted some student anecdotes, and other people started to post some more. I was talking to Daphne in the WIL group and about an idea, and she suggested that I post it here, so here it is:
After sharing our anecdotes and reading some from other posters, I had a thought. Often, people speak about adult ed students w/o having any idea of who they are. The make hideous decisions about them w/o understanding the damage or the consequences. Could we somehow collect anecdotes from all of us, as a resource to distribute in house appropriation meetings, to send to our politicians, etc?
go here: www.geocities.com/andresmuro/art.html
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