|Supporting English Language Learners with Newsela (Online Blended)||
Would you like to learn more about using Newsela with your English language learners (ELLs)? In this self-paced, online course, you will learn to use Newsela content and features to engage ELLs using multiple learning modalities as they access rigorous texts and academic language.
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|LD Teaching Strategies for Math (Online Facilitated)||-||
LD—Learning Differences, Difficulties, or Disabilities: Many of our students experience these terms firsthand, but no matter the case, it’s important that you don’t consider them a Deficit! Our job is to help all learners be successful math users. According to the National Council of Teachers… read more
|Text Complexity Matters: What We’ve Learned and What It Means for the Ways We Teach Adult Learners (Online Facilitated)||-||
One of the most challenging tasks adult education teachers face is identifying texts that align with their learners’ reading abilities and also align with adult interests. In this two-part series, learn to identify appropriately complex texts for your learners and explore evidence-based practices to make complex texts accessible… read more
|CALM Introduction (Self-Paced Modules)||
This course is designed for teachers who are using or want to use the Curriculum for Adults Learning Math (CALM). CALM was created by the SABES Mathematics and Numeracy Curriculum & Instruction PD center to give teachers a full, rich, conceptually-based curriculum. CALM… read more
|Foundations for New Staff (Online Facilitated)||
If you’re new to working in adult education, you may have heard someone say that people enter the field of adult education “sideways”, meaning they often begin in other careers and then “find their way” to adult education.
Even though adult educators tend to have rich and varied backgrounds, they need and benefit from an… read more