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Posted on: 05/31/2022

This participatory webinar explores the impact of personal and community trauma on adult learners’ ability to engage and persist. It dives into strategies anyone can use to become more trauma-informed in educational settings. Actionable strategies will arise from the following trauma-informed...

Posted on: 05/17/2022

Our colleagues at CrowdED Learning are expanding the learning platform SkillBlox, currently equipped for math, to include additional subject areas from the Teaching Skills That Matter initiative: Civics Education Digital Literacy Health Literacy Financial Literacy Workforce Preparation. To do this...

Posted on: 05/12/2022

The SABES Mathematics and Adult Numeracy Curriculum & Instruction PD Center has created a resource page listing our materials and professional development options that are currently available in Spanish (or with Spanish subtitles). The collection includes documents and videos for teachers related to...

Posted on: 04/03/2022

The Digital Resilience in the American Workforce project team is looking forward to hosting a LINCS discussion titled, Bridging Gaps in Adult Education Classrooms Through Digital Literacy Instructional Content. With technology increasingly changing the way we work, learn, and connect, digital skills...

Posted on: 03/01/2022

LACES Close Out Training These sessions will review the processes and procedures around closing out the data for the fiscal year. Note: You will register only once here for this two-part training. You must be able to attend both sessions: Part 1: April 12: 10:00 - 11:30 a.m. Part 2: April 13: 10:00...

Posted on: 02/18/2022

When talking about inclusive practices, there are many acronyms: DEI, ADEI, EDI to name a few. Regardless of which you use, they all have one shared purpose: The dismantling of systemic barriers that virtually every one of our students face in the pursuit of equitable access to opportunity. But when...

Posted on: 02/18/2022

The field of adult ESOL has always worked hard to be inclusive of all learners and recently has been stepping up its efforts to design and implement culturally responsive and sustaining curricula that are relevant, accessible, and welcoming to all learners. The Massachusetts Professional Standards...

Posted on: 02/11/2022

Did you know that there used to be such a large deaf population on Martha's Vineyard that the entire community used a home-grown sign language? Being deaf or hearing were both normal. (Curious? Read The Island that Spoke by Hand – Uncovering the history of Deaf culture on Martha’s Vineyard and The...

Posted on: 02/10/2022

February is upon us! SABES has compiled a collection resources for your use during Black History Month—and all year long. 11 Famous African American Mathematicians You Should Know About (Mashup Math) Overview of the contributions of 11 famous African American mathematicians to mathematics and to...

Posted on: 02/09/2022

How many adult educators have heard students ask, “When will I ever use this math in my life?” My guess is that the likelihood is quite high. Many of us may have uttered that question ourselves at some point in our math learning. This question hints at the disconnect between what students experience...