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Posted on: 08/27/2020

The National College Transition Network (NCTN) is seeking recommendations for resources to include in a Personal and Workplace Success Skills Digital Library. The library contains resources to guide the integration of personal and workplace success skills into curriculum and instruction, advising...

Posted on: 08/21/2020

Are you one of the many instructors who will be teaching your math classes from a distance this semester? Wondering how to teach concepts in a concrete way when you can't be in the same place as your students? The SABES Math Center is here to help! We've put together a quicklist of some of our...

Posted on: 08/07/2020

As programs plan for reconvening classes in the fall, there are many complex challenges that need to be fully addressed in order to resume instruction that is accessible, safe, and meaningful. The Program Support PD Center will be offering extensive PD to support these needs. We also strongly...

Posted on: 09/18/2019

Support your students with Evidence-Based Reading Instruction tools and strategies. Support yourself / your colleagues in this endeavor with quality professional development from the SABES ELA Curriculum & Instruction PD Center. Get the big picture with To the Point: WIOA, EBRI, and STAR. * * * * *...

Posted on: 07/07/2020

Aztec is offering a free summer webinar series to help those of you who use Aztec or are interested in learning more about this online product. This webinar series will provide administrators, instructors, and program leaders support to help their Aztec learners achieve success.All webinars begin at...

Posted on: 06/20/2020

Racial discrimination in the United States is a 400 year-old problem that has recently exploded into public consciousness once again. Many teachers are asking for resources to incorporate into instruction that address diversity, equity, inclusion, and anti-racism.Be sure to check out The Change...

Posted on: 06/08/2020

The timing of this PDF resource is perfect for those of us who are interested in equity-minded education. These 10 steps include opportunities for us to learn more about ourselves and our students so we can truly value who they are and what they bring to any adult education classroom. To access this...

Posted on: 06/03/2020

Since 1993, the Massachusetts Adult Literacy Hotline (Hotline), has connected adults with over 300 adult education programs that offer one-on-one, small-group, or classroom tutoring and instruction to adult learners. The Hotline provides access to information about reading, writing, math, English...

Posted on: 06/02/2020

Please consider responding to this national survey, launched by the EdTech Center at World Education in partnership with Literacy Minnesota and its Open Door Collective project. This survey of adult educators (teachers and administrators) is designed to capture and help better understand how...

Posted on: 04/23/2020

Our Center is looking for more teachers to participate in phone interviews about the use of math curricula in adult education classrooms in Massachusetts. In particular, we're interested in what teachers have to say about the Curriculum for Adults Learning Math, also known as CALM. You do not have...