Chesapeake College’s Adult Education and Literacy strives to support students' needs

Posted 8/17/21

Chesapeake College’s Adult Education and Literacy team is seeking to support their students’ educational needs.

Their department is adjusting to the ‘new normal.' What ABE/ESL …

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Chesapeake College’s Adult Education and Literacy strives to support students' needs

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Chesapeake College’s Adult Education and Literacy team is seeking to support their students’ educational needs.

Their department is adjusting to the ‘new normal.' What ABE/ESL students can expect this fall is available online. 

The new normal has brought some changes to the registration process and class organization:

  • Orientation Sessions for ESL/ABE: New Level 1-3 ESL students will attend two orientations in Spanish when a session starts. ABE students will complete an online orientation. These sessions provide new students with the information they need to get settled into classes.
  • The Learning Circle: Students can now join the Learning Circle between registration sessions. Once students are evaluated, they will have one class a week with a tutor until the next class session starts.
  • Evaluations: All students need to be evaluated before they join a class. They can be evaluated at one of the locations (Easton, Greensboro or Wye Mills), or if they have access to a computer and Wifi, they can take the evaluation from home.
  • Face to Face Classes: On-site classes are starting in the fall.