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Hopelink Adult Education Tutor Support Hopelink/Adult Education Hopelink Adult Education Tutor Support

Training

for New Adult Basic Literacy Volunteers

Here you will find materials needed to complete the self-study portion of the training required for Basic Literacy tutors. Volunteers who are accepted for training are required to complete their study of this background information prior to attending the first group training session.

If you are interested in volunteering as a Tutor, please attend an Orientation Session.

1 - Welcome to Hopelink's Adult Basic Literacy Volunteer Program

Please follow the links below for a brief orientation to Hopelink's one-to-one tutoring program.

2 - Investigate how adults learn

3 - Discover your learning style and your special strengths

4 - Standards and Goals

Although every student in Hopelink's Basic Literacy Program sets their own individualized goals, the common goal among them all is to increase their literacy. To help determine what level students are when they enter the program and to monitor their progress, we adhere to standards for adult education on both state and national levels. Click on the links below to find out more.

5 - Learn about special needs

Visit these two on-line training sites and explore at least one of them in detail:

6 - Meet some of our learners

7 - Determine your training needs and expectations

8 - Your assignment!


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Kirkland/Northshore
11011 120th Avenue NE
Kirkland WA 98033
425.889.7880
Sno-Valley
31957 E. Commercial Street
Carnation WA 98014
425.333.4417
North King County/Shoreline
15809 Westminster Way NE
Shoreline WA 98133
206.440.7300