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This webinar was created in response to the increased need for remote advising during the pandemic, but the tools, strategies, and approaches are relevant for those advising remotely under any circumstance. The issues addressed include supporting learners as they transition to online learning,…
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Advising students from a distance on career planning and job searching is very different than sitting with them in person. Learn how to use online tools to continue supporting student motivation and persistence in reaching their career goals and finding suitable employment. In addition, these tools…
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Here are some of the resources that appeared on the SABES homepage: Tech tools for advising and coaching remotely Zoom instructions and COVID-19 resources for ESOL instructors Online math experiences for keeping adult learners engaged in worthwhile activities Online writing workshop Coronavirus…
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Per Wyvonne Stevens-Carter, Adult Education State Director via the ACLS email on 5/6/2020: As you and your staff are ramping up remote learning through the end of the school year, summer programming (where applicable), and possibly the beginning of the next school year, this document provides…
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This Edutopia article explores an alternative to the "I do, we do, you do" instructional model that encourages productive struggle.
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Geometry ideas surround us everywhere we look. Check out these packets for ideas on hands-on geometry ideas. Topic: Angles The Make a Kite and Measure Stuff packet was created for caretakers and kids. The Angle Exploration packet is a follow-up that is geared towards parents who are also adult…
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This chart and the following quotes are excerpted from "Discovering Digital Differentiation: A Teacher Reimagines Writing Workshop in the Digital Age" by Secoy and Sigler, published by the National Council of Teachers of English in 2019. The full article describes how a middle school teacher (Secoy…
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Connections in the time of COVID-19 Here's a thoughtful article in Education Week: Remember, Online Learning Isn't the Only Way to Learn Remotely. But when you do want some online resources, here are some suggestions. Please also refer to COVID-19: Getting the Gist and to A lot to manage...and some…
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This resource provides some examples of how digital literacy can be used to open up traditional math problems to increase student engagement and deepen content knowledge.
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This math unit develops graphing and proportional reasoning skills using social justice contexts. Teacher plan and student handouts are included in this packet. A ZIP file of the four slow-reveal graph Powerpoint slides is also provided below. Suggested student audience: GED Preparation, CCRS Level…