Applied Academics for Adult Education
Students are enrolled in this course through the Student Services Department as preparation for successful completion of one of our Career and Technical programs. The purpose of the Applied Academics for Adult Education Program is to strengthen the student’s academic, technical and employability skill sets. This program strives to inspire and motivate students to become productive, self-sufficient members of the workforce. The Program is based upon the assessed needs of the individual and the academic and employability requirements related to Florida’s Comprehensive Career and Adult Education programs.
- You must be 18 years or older. Anyone under 18 must contact Student Services for more information before entering class.
- You must take a TABE Test (Test of Adult Basic Education) or have a current TABE score (within the last year). TABE Testing Schedule and practice.
Contact Student Services at (352) 726-2430 ext. 4326 to meet with a counselor or career advisor.
The tuition for Adult Education classes is $30.00 per session for students. There are two sessions per year; August-December and January-May. Please contact the Student Services Office for more details.
Please be advised that any student wishing to re-enroll due to withdrawal because of non-compliance with school attendance policy during an academic session must pay a $10.00 fee in advance of re-admittance to the class.
WTC Applied Academics Program Instructor:
Pam Marshall email@example.com
AAAE Class Schedule
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|AAAE: Reading, Language, Math Support||8/10/2022||5/25/2023||4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Tuesday – Thursday
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- Career Assessment and/or Referral
- Academic Skills Instruction
- Reading (Interpret Graph, Words in context, Recall info, Construct meaning, Evaluate meaning, Vocabulary, Word knowledge, Reading Comprehension)
- Language (Capitalization, Punctuation, Grammar, Sentence Form, Paragraph Development, Writing Convention, Punctuation, Capitalization, Grammar/usage)
- Mathematics (Multiplication, Division, Decimals, Fractions, Integers, Percents, Geometry/Measurement, Number concepts, Word problems, Estimation, Etc.)
- Study and Reference Skills
- Other Skills Instruction (as needed)
- Social Studies
- Advanced Mathematics
- Complementary Skills
- Computer Literacy