Reading Specialist Program Invites Expert on Adult Learning | Teachers College Columbia University

Skip to content Skip to main navigation
Teachers College Newsroom

Teachers College Newsroom

Skip to content Skip to content

Reading Specialist Program Invites Expert on Adult Learning

Dolores Perin, Associate Professor of Psychology and Education and Coordinator of the Health and Behavior Science Studies Department's Reading Specialist Program, hosted Stephen Reder, University Professor and Chair of the Department of Applied Linguistics at Portland State University.

Dolores Perin, Associate Professor of Psychology and Education and Coordinator of the Health and Behavior Science Studies Department's Reading Specialist Program, hosted Stephen Reder, University Professor and Chair of the Department of Applied Linguistics at Portland State University. Speaking to students enrolled in "Theory and Techniques of Assessment and Intervention in Reading," Reder discussed the research he is doing at the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy (NCSALL). This center, based at Harvard University, works collaboratively with Rutgers, Portland State, and the University of Tennessee. Reder is the Principal Investigator for its major project, the "Longitudinal Study of Adult Learning," which is attempting to understand the ways in which adults acquire new literacy and language abilities and the roles that adult education programs and policies play in supporting that development.

Published Monday, May. 20, 2002

Reading Specialist Program Invites Expert on Adult Learning

Dolores Perin, Associate Professor of Psychology and Education and Coordinator of the Health and Behavior Science Studies Department's Reading Specialist Program, hosted Stephen Reder, University Professor and Chair of the Department of Applied Linguistics at Portland State University. Speaking to students enrolled in "Theory and Techniques of Assessment and Intervention in Reading," Reder discussed the research he is doing at the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy (NCSALL). This center, based at Harvard University, works collaboratively with Rutgers, Portland State, and the University of Tennessee. Reder is the Principal Investigator for its major project, the "Longitudinal Study of Adult Learning," which is attempting to understand the ways in which adults acquire new literacy and language abilities and the roles that adult education programs and policies play in supporting that development.

How This Gift Connects The Dots
 
Scholarships & Fellowships
 
Faculty & Programs
 
Campus & Technology
 
Financial Flexibility
 
Engage TC Alumni & Friends