ADULT NUMERACY NETWORK
The Adult Numeracy Network is an affiliate of Adults Learning Mathematics.
ALM was formally established in 1994 (the same year as the Adult Numeracy Network) with the aim to promote the learning of mathematics by adults through an international forum which brings together those engaged and interested in research and developments in the field of adult mathematics teaching and learning.
To learn more: http://alm-online.net/.
Adults Learning Mathematics (ALM) and the Adult Numeracy Network (ANN) held first our joint online webinar, Exploring Challenges Using Adult Numeracy Curriculum, on December 15, 2022. In this session, Heidi Schuler-Jones, ANN president, shared her perspective as a curriculum writer and trainer presented with the challenges teachers have identified with using a structured math curriculum in education systems that have many different demands on teachers and learners. We then considered questions of curriculum adoption, the realities of the field, and possible solutions.
You can watch the webinar below.