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Poster: Cognitive Load and Memory

Author(s): Cultural Orientation Resource Exchange (CORE)
Date: July 9, 2018
Topic(s): Adult Education
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education
Cognitive load is the amount of information that working or short-term memory can hold at anytime. This poster illustrates how memory works, helping avoid cognitive overload, enhance cultural orientation (CO), and promote knowledge retention. It is relevant in various educational settings.

Poster: Six Principles of Adult Learning

Author(s): Cultural Orientation Resource Exchange (CORE)
Date: June 28, 2018
Topic(s): Adult Education
This poster lists the six principles of adult learning which are: adults are internally motivated and self-directed, adults bring life experiences and knowledge to learning, adults are goal-oriented, adults are relevancy-oriented, adults are practical, and adult learners like to be respected. It is relevant in a variety of educational settings.

Poster: Student-Centered Learning

Author(s): Cultural Orientation Resource Exchange (CORE)
Date: June 28, 2018
Topic(s): Adult Education
Subtopic(s): Child and Youth Education
Student-centered learning is an educational method that shifts the focus of instruction from the teacher to the student. This poster describes its key qualities and strategies. It is relevant in a variety of educational settings.

Poster: Fight the Flu

Author(s): Minnesota Dept of Health
Date: February 17, 2018
Topic(s): Health
This poster illustrates and describes four ways to fight the flu: covering your cough, washing your hands, staying home when sick, and getting vaccinated. Available in Amharic, Arabic, Burmese, Chinese (Mandarin), Hindi, Hmong, Karen, Khmer, Korean, Laotian, Nepali, Oromo, Russian, Somali, Spanish, Tagalog, Thai, and Vietnamese. 

Poster: “You are Safe Here”

Author(s): ORAM
Date: April 1, 2016
Topic(s): Community Engagement, Safety
These multilingual posters may be printed and displayed in your office to indicate that it is a safe space for LGBTQI+ clients.

Poster: How to Spot a Fake Job Offer

Author(s): Federal Trade Commission
Date: July 14, 2015
Topic(s): Employment, Financial Capabilities
Subtopic(s): Career Advancement, Job Readiness
This poster from the Federal Trade Commission explains how to spot a fake job offer and report it.  

Poster: Government Imposter

Author(s): Federal Trade Commission
Date: July 7, 2015
Topic(s): Financial Capabilities, Immigration Legal Needs
Subtopic(s): Adjustment of Status, Citizenship
This poster from the Federal Trade Commission explains how to spot dishonest people who pretend to be from the government and how to report them. 

Poster: Refugee Suicide Prevention

Author(s): Refugee Health Technical Assistance Center (RHTAC)
Date: October 11, 2012
Topic(s): Mental Health and Wellness
Subtopic(s): Suicidality
Refugee Health Technical Assistance Center (RHTAC) created the Refugee Suicide Prevention Training Toolkit and poster in response to reports of suicides among resettled Bhutanese refugees. The poster is designed to raise awareness about suicide in refugee communities and encourage gatekeepers to help refugees in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. It is designed to be printed …

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Poster: Stop Germs, Stay Healthy!

Author(s): King County Health Dept.
Date: January 1, 2008
Topic(s): Health
Subtopic(s): COVID-19
This poster, developed in 2008, provides steps for correctly washing your hands and preventing the spread of germs. Steps include using soap, washing for 20 seconds, rinsing well, drying, covering coughs and sneezes, and staying home when sick. It is available in Amharic, Arabic, Bosnian, Chinese, English, Farsi, French, Hmong, Khmer, Korean, Laotian, Nepali, Oromo, …

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