This practice guide highlights three general and interrelated themes for improving the teaching and learning of algebra: Developing a deeper understanding of algebra. Promoting process-oriented thinking. Encouraging precise communication.
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This Toolkit, published by the U.S. Department of Education, is a compilation of a variety of websites and resources to assist adults transitioning to college and careers.
This toolkit was developed for coaches at the Bunker Hill Community College. However, it’s a comprehensive publication that could serve as a full curriculum for both individuals and groups. Sections include the following: Section 1 – Career Exploration and Planning Guide Section 2 – Navigating...
Available from the Colorado Community College System, this how-to manual includes templates and worksheets. The materials are available as individual word documents, which can be downloaded and modified for your own setting. Following are the titles of the worksheets that caught the attention of...
This resource offers guidance and tools for Navigators to walk students through various steps in the transition to college and careers, as well as tools for tracking student progress and data collection. The guide is not bound to a specific college or location, so minimal customization is needed;...
The ABCs of College Navigation Guide from the Seattle Jobs Initiative uses various resources and supporters to assist students in furthering their education and establishing a career. The guide presents a step-by-step plan for college navigators, as well as case managers and other front-line staff...
The C2E (Courses to Employment) webpage contains a collection of curriculum, lesson plans, and resources used in C2E career pathways projects that can be used by instructors and advisors.
The College and Career Pathways Institute at LaGuardia Community College is a campus-based demonstration site that pilots new and innovative curricula and program models to effectively prepare out-of-school youth and adult students to become college and career ready.
Washington’s Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (I-BEST) is a nationally recognized career pathways model.
This website Includes career awareness resource guides, career planning and collaboration tools, curriculum and advising resources, and career pathway templates.