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BeCALM Geometry: Remote-Ready Materials for Beginning Learners (GLE 2-4) (Online Facilitated) -

BeCALM (Beginning Curriculum for Adults Learning Math) contains remote-ready units for adult learners who need math instruction at beginning levels (GLE 2-4). This workshop will introduce this curriculum, which can be used remotely or in person. The resource includes a printable student packet and shape set and a teacher’s guide… read more

Area and Population Density: Using the CUNY Remote Teaching Packet for Intermediate Learners (Online Facilitated) -

Have you been looking for high-quality, conceptual math curriculum units that were designed with remote learners in mind? The City University of New York (CUNY) has developed remote learning packetsread more

What Can Math Teachers Do to Promote Racial Equity? (Facilitated Online Series) -

Math class can and should be a place where racial equity is advanced. Racial inequity is a problem in the United States, and it is not one that can be left at the classroom door. Teachers and students all experience the effects of systemic racism, and those effects find ways into our interactions with and expectations of each… read more

English Learners in the ABE Math Classroom (Self-Paced Modules)

Most adult education programs have English learners (ELs) in their adult basic education (ABE) courses. These ELs, like their native English-speaking classmates, are often working toward their HiSET or other education and career goals. This online course is designed help adult education instructors teach math to… read more

CALM Support Series: Fractions, Decimals, & Percents - Benchmarks (Online Facilitated) -

The Curriculum for Adults Learning Math (CALM) was designed to give adult students a strong conceptual foundation in mathematics. Teachers who have worked with CALM know that it relies heavily on tactile manipulatives, visuals, and student collaboration and may feel very different (to both… read more