ELA: All News

Posted on: 05/02/2018
Read the latest post on the ELA blog, Reflect & Connect: The Reflective Practitioner : Water Those Seeds of Learning, by Lakshmi Nayak Catch up on the previous blog posts: "Where did you hear that?" Where to Start in Developing Critical Consumers of Information (divided into two posts) , by...
Posted on: 04/24/2018
The latest issues of STAR Tips and Techniques have now been posted, for March and April 2018. The March issue contains descriptions of: A Process for Problem Solving , including a problem solving template The article Reading Comprehension Strategies for Adult Literacy Outcomes, first published in...
Posted on: 04/23/2018
The SABES PD Center for English Language Arts has been pleased to work with you this year! Read down for upcoming PD, five adult education services we're excited about, a highlighted resource, and links to other curriculum resources. Upcoming ELA PD Offerings EBRI: Comprehension and Vocabulary...
Posted on: 04/23/2018
World Education, Inc. (WEI) is delighted to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Massachusetts Adult Literacy Hotline , which, thanks to funding from ACLS, we have been privileged to develop and coordinate since its inception in 1992. For 25 years, the Hotline has found resources for adult...
Posted on: 03/27/2018
The NASA STEM Educator Professional Development Collaborative at Texas State University presents free webinars open to all educators. Join NASA education specialists to learn about activities, lesson plans, educator guides and resources that bring NASA into your classroom. Registration is required...
Posted on: 01/12/2018
Critical Friends for ELA is: A facilitated group of teachers that meets several times to analyze assignments and resulting student work A form of professional development with both an immediate effect and a lasting impact on strengthening your teaching and the learning experiences of your students...
Posted on: 12/15/2017
“It’s just good teaching.” While we’ve hopefully all been lucky enough to learn from at least one really good teacher, being a good teacher is definitely harder than recognizing good teaching, though that is a great place to start. Within these last three years, the focus in Massachusetts adult...
Posted on: 11/17/2017
The recent monthly mailing from ACLS highlighted a new curriculum resource from the Center on Standards and Assessment Implementation (CSAI) : Model Lesson Plans to Build Teacher Capacity in Promoting Deeper Learning Through Formative Assessment: Integrated Literacy in Content Learning. Developed...
Posted on: 11/03/2017
The Change Agent , a Boston-based national Adult Education magazine for social justice, is launching their first online course, "Examining Social Issues in the Classroom with The Change Agent." This self-paced course has an estimated completion time of about four hours, during which there are...
Posted on: 10/30/2017
There are many amazing practitioners across our state. Think of the wisdom, experience, and curiosity represented therein. While our classrooms and students are unique, we have in common the challenges and wonders that we face. There are many, many excellent education blogs in existence, but most...