Math & Numeracy: Upcoming Events

Most adult education programs have English learners (ELs) in their adult basic education (ABE) courses. These ELs, like their native-English

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Note: This online workshop is Part 1 of a two-part series that serves as an introduction to a new set

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For the past year and a half, we have heard about a ‘pandemic’. What is a pandemic? What makes it

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The shift to virtual instruction has come with many challenges—learning new digital tools, keeping students engaged, and shifting lessons that

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Note: This online workshop is Part 2 of a two-part series that serves as an introduction to a new set

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Do your students struggle with fractions? Do you find students asking to be shown the steps “just one more time”

Most adult education programs have English learners (ELs) in their adult basic education (ABE) courses. These ELs, like their native-English

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What math can you do with students from varying math backgrounds who have a wide range of test scores? Help

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NOTE: This course was formerly entitled "Mathematizing ESOL I". The content of this course is identical to its predecessor. Part

Most adult education programs have English learners (ELs) in their adult basic education (ABE) courses. These ELs, like their native-English

Math & Numeracy: Upcoming Events

Most adult education programs have English learners (ELs) in their adult basic education (ABE) courses. These ELs, like their native-English

-

Note: This online workshop is Part 1 of a two-part series that serves as an introduction to a new set

-

For the past year and a half, we have heard about a ‘pandemic’. What is a pandemic? What makes it

-

The shift to virtual instruction has come with many challenges—learning new digital tools, keeping students engaged, and shifting lessons that

-

Note: This online workshop is Part 2 of a two-part series that serves as an introduction to a new set

-

Do your students struggle with fractions? Do you find students asking to be shown the steps “just one more time”

Most adult education programs have English learners (ELs) in their adult basic education (ABE) courses. These ELs, like their native-English

-

What math can you do with students from varying math backgrounds who have a wide range of test scores? Help

-

NOTE: This course was formerly entitled "Mathematizing ESOL I". The content of this course is identical to its predecessor. Part

Most adult education programs have English learners (ELs) in their adult basic education (ABE) courses. These ELs, like their native-English