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Posted on: 03/21/2021

Are you going to the MCAE virtual conference on March 25-26? Please check out the SABES "table" and our many sessions: SABES and NRS Assessments Presentations at MCAE ​​​​​​​(See below for more information) Title When Science Teaching Now: What? How? 3/25, 9:15 am – 10:45 am Leveraging Lessons...

Posted on: 02/10/2021

Have you heard any of these questions from colleagues, from your students, or inside your own head? I am confused. The January 6th riot at the Capitol is something I never expected to see here in the U.S. However, some people are saying the signs were there all along, and that this points to...

Posted on: 02/18/2021

MCAE's NETWORK 2021 Conference registration is open! Conference Dates: March 25 – 26, 2021 Registration deadline: March 22 Where: From your home or office on Zoom Register: https://mcae.net/annual-conference/network-2021/

Posted on: 01/25/2021
Teaching is messy, under the best of circumstances. When you add on a transition from in-person classes to online instruction, it can be downright overwhelming! Nicole McNeil is an adult education practitioner in Massachusetts who teaches multiple classes of students at varying levels. In this video...
Posted on: 02/10/2021

You've seen from our SABES Spring Newsletter many resources and suggestions on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, and Culturally Responsive Teaching. We'd now like to hear from you, our partners in adult education in Massachusetts. Please share your thoughts on the survey below.

Posted on: 02/07/2021

Without a doubt, the transition from in-person to remote work has had an impact on all of us. Some Massachusetts adult education programs have found creative ways to promote greater access to technology and improved inclusion of students into the current reality by engaging volunteers. During the...

Posted on: 02/07/2021

Making our programs more diverse, equitable, and inclusive is a long, sustained process, not a quick fix, and requires that all staff, with excellent leadership, collaborate on all efforts. Students thrive in programs where collaboration and common understanding of values is known by all staff. The...

Posted on: 02/07/2021

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the role of distance and blended learning classes. As the pivot to remote teaching and learning highlighted the great digital divide in this country, it also created avenues of access for many learners who might not otherwise be able to participate in...

Posted on: 02/07/2021

Adult education programs in Massachusetts include programs in corrections settings, and programs that work closely with learners involved in the carceral system (the entire system of law enforcement from all forms of monitoring to arrest, to the courts and through sentencing and release). The data...

Posted on: 02/07/2021

In her article entitled “Trauma Impacts Adult Learners: Here’s Why,” Karen Gross states that we live in a world surrounded by trauma, with all evidence concluding that trauma “affects the capacity of individuals of all ages to learn and retain information.” As we have seen the COVID-19 pandemic...