[AAACE-NLA] Announcement -- New Math Museum & Literacy Museum
vyule at labyrinth.net.au
Sun Jan 29 02:14:14 EST 2012
The news about a math museum is exciting. Is there a literacy museum? I have two rooms of my house storing historical and international children's books, theory books, books of practice, on all aspects of reading,writing, spelling and imagination, and related linguistics and cognitive psychology. I am 83 and have had a stroke. I would like to give the contents of my museum away. Australians may want the books and papers; everywhere else can have the online references and materials.
Dr Valerie Yule, M.A., Ph.D, Dip.Ed., M.B.Ps.S. Teacher at all levels, from preschool to adult and migrant literacy and PhD supervision. Academic positions at Melbourne, Monash and Aberdeen Universities in departments of Psychology and Education; clinical child psychologist at the Royal Children’s Hospitals, Melbourne and Aberdeen; schools psychologist chiefly but not only in disadvantaged schools
On 28/01/2012, at 2:10 AM, Gail Spangenberg wrote:
> CAAL's E-News Issue #23, issued yesterday, contains news about an exciting new and first ever math museum to open in 2012. Other new items provide important resources and analysis from CLASP (in regard to a major DOL grant program for which applications are now being sought and two State of the Union challenges important to adult education and workforce development), new demographic reports on LEP populations and low-income working families, and several other timely topics.
> Issue #23 can be accessed at http://www.caalusa.org/enews.html. People who want to be added to the CAAL E-News distribution list can sign up from a link provided in the newsletter.
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