SABES Upcoming Events
Title Date Overview
Postponed: Educational Leadership for Equitable Access: Paving the Way for Effective Digital Literacy Program Practices (Online Blended) -

Are you looking for ways to lead efforts among your staff and students to fully integrate digital literacy into teaching and learning? Do you wonder how to move your learners beyond digital literacy toward digital resilience? If you’re trying to move the dial at your program on digital literacy, this professional learning… read more

Canceled: please see 2/8 virtual offering: Planning for Continuous Improvement (Boston/Seaport) -

Note: This in-person offering has been canceled due to lack of interest. We hope you'll consider registering for the virtual version here.

Do you believe that you are first and foremost accountable to the adult learners in your program? Are you looking for innovative ways to… read more

Zooming In on the Gradual Release of Responsibility (Online Facilitated) -

This two-hour Zoom session focuses on using the Gradual Release of Responsibility for ESOL instruction in the virtual learning environment, promoting learner autonomy, digital resilience, and learner voice and choice.

Please note: This course will take place in Blackboard where you will find all virtual… read more

MassSTEP Peer Sharing Group Meeting-February (Online Facilitated) -

This offering is a facilitated sharing and learning group for those working on MassSTEP projects. All roles are welcome. Meetings are loosely facilitated to encourage peer sharing, resource sharing and group problem-solving. In this meeting, we will break out by sector to facilitate deeper conversations about exams, employers,… read more

BeCALM Part 2 Operation Sense: Remote-Ready Curriculum for Beginning Math 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). Adults who are beginning math learners can sometimes find themselves left behind by high school equivalency curriculum or stuck trying to memorize their way through… read more