This website provides a vast array of resources -- websites, fact sheets, guides -- for disabled persons, including resources for their families, teachers, and health care providers. Topics covered include communication, housing, mobility, web accessibility, and beyond. Options for borrowing and...
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This set comprises two websites and two PDF documents. CareerOneStop – Job Search Help for Ex-Offenders (website): The website provides basic outlines and checklists for exploring careers, finding job training, and identifying job opportunities. CareerOneStop – ReEntry (website): Similar to the...
This YouTube channel features a half-dozen webinars focused on coaching skills. The series is directed at people who work with primarily low-income individuals seeking to improve their job prospects, education opportunities, and financial stability.
This lesson was designed to provide an application lesson for a math unit on probability. Students should have already been exposed to some work with benchmark fractions, decimals and percents, especially 50% and multiples of one quarter. This could be used towards the beginning of a unit on...
The mission of Facing History and Ourselves is to “engage students of diverse backgrounds in an examination of racism, prejudice, and antisemitism in order to promote the development of a more humane and informed citizenry.” Their “collection of educator resources includes a wide range of flexible...
The U.S. National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) maintains an online area for educational resources. These resources may be useful for math teachers interested in addressing topics such as graphic literacy and data and statistics using the context of earth science. Collections within...
Drawing from a two-year demonstration project, this report outlines the factors and variables which lead to learner persistence and success in college, including implications for programs and further research.
This resource is a checklist of the steps and stages a program may follow to help learners identify career interests and strengthen related skills. Sample lesson plans, activities, and handouts are included.
This resource is a collection of hundreds of videos covering all manner of career fields -- business, medicine, engineering, natural sciences, and beyond -- with some videos connecting academic subject areas to careers. Note: An online account must be created for video access.
This resource is a description of the coaching/mentoring mindset and approaches that help strengthen parents’ (and learners’) goal-setting and decision-making, especially with regard to employment.