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This handy two-page document offers suggestions for free, downloadable resources and everyday items that can help instructors teach math remotely. Students can use these resources at home to learn and reinforce math concepts in a hands-on way even when they can't physically be in the classroom.
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Alphabetics is one of the four essential components of reading. These four videos on Phonemic Awareness, each 5-6 minutes in length, are from the Partners in Reading program of the San Jose Public Library: Phoneme Isolation (Recognizing Individual Sounds Within a Word) Phoneme Identity (Recognizing…
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We are pleased to share these resources for MA adult educators as you build your distance education plans and classes. If you have additional resources to share, please contact Luanne_teller@worlded.org.  Distance Education Planning Template, PD, and Resources Be sure to use the Distance Education…
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Fluency is one of the four essential components of reading. This series of seven videos on Improving Fluency with Oral Reading Strategies is from the Partners in Reading program of the San Jose Public Library: Introduction Tutor & Cross-generational Reading Duet Reading & Cross-…
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Fluency and Vocabulary are two of the four essential components of reading. Watch Wendy Quinones in action, teaching at the Cambridge Community Learning Center: Adult Fluency and Vocabulary, Introduction Adult Fluency and Vocabulary, Part 1 Adult Fluency and Vocabulary, Part 2 These videos will be…
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“The year 2020 marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing and protecting women's constitutional right to vote. This historic centennial offers an unparalleled opportunity to commemorate a milestone of democracy and to explore its relevance to the issues of equal…
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The National COVID-19 Rapid Response Report for Adult Educators is out! From the Introduction:  "In March 2020, much of the U.S. suddenly shut down in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. Members of the Evidence-Based Adult Education System (E-BAES) taskforce set out to learn how the pandemic was…
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The annual STAR research review identifies developments in reading research that call for changes in project content, and keeps the STAR team up-to-date on training and technical assistance.
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Review the Year at a Glance to see what is offered now as well as what is coming up later this year from the Professional Development Center for ESOL Curriculum and Instruction.
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"The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks: An Introduction to Jim Crow and the Great Migrations" is a CCRSAE-aligned unit based on a complex, non-fiction text. It is designed to be challenging for learners at GLE 6-8. EBRI vocabulary and comprehension exercises are included. The lessons can be…