We want YOU!, Literacy Super Sleuths, to help us collect Promising Practices at the Florida Literacy Conference this year!
Wikipedia defines Promising Practices (aka: best practices) as:
A technique, method, process, activity, incentive, or reward that is believed to be more effective at delivering a particular outcome than any other technique, method, process, etc. when applied to a particular condition or circumstance.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to identify as many Promising Practices as possible.
Aliases: “Ah-Ha” or “Eureka” moments
- Common whereabouts: concurrent sessions, knowledge cafes and general conversation
- Alliances: identified Promising Practices are “locked up” on the FLC website
Think of them as buried treasures that need to be uncovered. As they come up and/or are revealed at conference, point them out and encourage the Promising Practice be submitted to the FLC, so others can learn from it! It can be about ANYTHING related to adult and family literacy programs – program management, volunteer training/recruiting, implementing lesson plans, etc…
Promising Practice submission forms will be available at the FLC table in the exhibitor area and at the registration table. Grab a few each morning and hand one out when you encounter someone sharing something you think others could benefit from knowing.
We’re counting on you, Literacy Super Sleuths!
If you have a Promising Practice you’d like to submit before conference – don’t wait! Submit it now!