Aside from resources we find and share with you, our Center also develops its own resources. Here are a few of our latest:
We developed the Building a Curriculum video based on questions from the field and our own observations, we developed this short video on developing curriculum. We hope you find Building a Curriculum useful. Check it out HERE.
Using the PIAAC Numeracy Framework to Guide Instruction: An Introduction for Adult Educators is a guide that uses the PIAAC (international adult education assessment) framework to illustrate to teachers how to create lessons and activities that are more contextualized. The guide also illustrates how to differentiate activities to address various developmental needs of adult learners.
We continue to write new blog posts monthly. These posts are written from a personal perspective on teaching and learning math by our SABES math team at TERC. We encourage you to take a look. Our latest post, “What’s Wrong with Right Answers,” is written by Sarah Lonberg-Lew who teaches in Danvers and Gloucester.
The Spring 2017 issue of COABE’s Journal of Research and Practice for Adult Literacy, Secondary, and Basic Educationfeatures a forum entitled“The Challenges of Adult Numeracy.” Three of our SABES math team members contributed the following articles to the forum:
- What’s an Adult Numeracy Teacher to Teach? Negotiating the Complexity of Adult Numeracy Instruction, by Lynda Ginsburg
- Where to Focus so Students Become College and Career Ready, by Donna Curry
- Time Well Spent: Making Choices and Setting Priorities in Adult Numeracy Instruction, by Melissa Braaten