Reflect & Connect: The Reflective Practitioner

Read the latest on the SABES blog that focuses on teaching and learning in the adult education classroom:

The Case for Statistical Literacy Across Content Areas (part 1)—Melissa Braaten, Haitian Multi-Service Center (Boston)


Catch up on the previous blog posts at Reflect & Connect: The Reflective Practitioner:

Teaching History with Multimedia—Marie LeBlanc, Mass. Department of Corrections

Behind the Wall—Toni Hager, Hampden County Sheriff's Department, Western Mass. Regional Women’s Correctional Center

Summer Learning—Water Those Seeds of Learning—Lakshmi Nayak, SABES PD Center for ELA Curriculum & Instruction (Worcester)

"Where did you hear that?" Where to Start in Developing Critical Consumers of Information (divided into two posts)—Kristi Kaeppel, Holyoke Community College Adult Learning Center

Not Going It Alone—Brooke Machado, Boston Public Schools Adult Education Program

Meaningful Learning Opportunities Use Transferable Skills—Velvet Silva, SER-Jobs for Progress (Fall River)

Why I Teach—Joni Schottenfeld, Perkins Adult Literacy site, Boston Centers for Youth and Families

Critical Friends: an Investment that Returns—Rose Howse, formerly an ESOL literacy teacher and coordinator in a Boston program


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