Questions Matter – training session

Date: Tuesday 5th September 2023

Time: 10am – 3pm

Venue: Bray Adult Learning Centre, 1 Brennan’s Parade, Bray, Co. Wicklow, A98 D9X0

For: Adult education and literacy tutors in the Wicklow & Kildare region

Session led by: Bray Area Partnership, the Bray Adult Learning Centre and the National Adult Literacy Agency (NALA) and 80:20 Educating and Acting for a Better World

Registration: limited spaces available – register for a place today (only 20 places available).

Participants call for adult tutors!

Are you interested in building on digital literacy tools for your students and are open to test-driving a pilot micro-learning course?

The main aim of the course for adult literacy tutors is to develop critical thinking and digital citizenship skills to assess and challenge news and information. This 1-day session seeks to pilot a suite of short-form microlearning materials in order to embed active citizenship through education and build on digital literacy outcomes.

The objectives are to enable participants to:

  • share their experience, knowledge and understanding about news and information today
  • explore and develop critical thinking and digital literacy skills
  • review the pilot micro-learning materials developed
  • become more confident and skilled in assessing and challenging sources of news and information.

Join us for this one day session on 5th September 2023 at Bray Adult Learning Centre. Note: travel costs and lunch included.

Register for a place at the session today.


Questions Matter is a joint educational project supported by the ALL Collaboration and Innovation Fund 2023