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This guide is geared towards workforce development programs engaging employers in providing youth internship opportunities, but the strategies and tools are transferable to ABE and ACP.
Supporting Skilled Immigrants is a guide for ESL practitioners and advisors working with foreign-educated and skilled immigrants. It will also serve as a useful guide for anyone who advises or works with skilled immigrants.
This guide presents the culmination of 2 years’ work in identifying research-based instructional practices in the content areas of mathematics and numeracy. It synthesizes important practices and competencies represented in current research on math instruction.
A comparison of US and other computation methods for math teachers and students of various backgrounds.
The Basics of Writing Lesson Plans for ABE/ESOL Classes: Describes five components of a lesson plan.
This is a must-read for those wondering why they cannot continue to teach as they have in the past. Because the research literature did not cover what mathematical knowledge students have, James Stigler undertook fieldwork to learn more about students’ understanding of basic mathematics, and...
YouTube Collection of Videos related to MTEL Preparation