Join NCFL for a webinar on our Adult Educator Self Reflection Tool

Join NCFL on Thursday, April 13 at 3 p.m. ET for a discussion on best practices in adult education.

Adult education is a critical component of family literacy programming at NCFL. In many cases, the need for adult learning brings parenting adults to our programs. In this webinar, we will highlight adult educator best practices and share NCFL’s Adult Educator Self Reflection Tool.

Monica Asher and Amanda Anderson from Lincoln Public Schools will join us to share their experiences piloting the Adult Educator Self Reflection Tool. They will describe how they have utilized the tool in their respective roles within the district’s family literacy programming.

Register today!


Amanda Anderson
Family Literacy Instructor
Lincoln Public Schools

Amanda Andersen currently serves as the Family Literacy Instructor for Belmont Elementary and Randolph Elementary / Middle Schools Family Literacy programs in Lincoln Public Schools. She has worked for the Family Literacy program in Lincoln Public Schools for 6 years. Amanda earned a dual degree Bachelors in Human Development and Family Science and in Modern Languages; Spanish from Kansas State University.

Monica Asher
Family Engagement Coordinator
Lincoln Public Schools

Monica Asher is currently the Family Engagement Coordinator for Lincoln Public Schools. She has worked as an early childhood, elementary, and high school teacher and coordinator within public schools for 22 years. She currently supervises Family Literacy and Migrant Education programs across the district. Monica has a Bachelors in Early Childhood and Elementary Education from Wichita State University and Masters in Education Administration from the University of Nebraska Lincoln.