Math and Numeracy: Upcoming Events

This course is designed for teachers who are using or want to use the Curriculum for Adults Learning Math (CALM)

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This online facilitated session explores how teachers of adult learners can vary content, instructional processes, and assessments of learning outcomes

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BeCALM (Beginning Curriculum for Adults Learning Math) contains remote-ready units for adult learners who need math instruction at beginning levels

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

The Mathematics Proficiency Guide for Teachers of Adult Education is one of several companion pieces to the MA Professional Standards

This course is designed for teachers who are using or want to use the Curriculum for Adults Learning Math (CALM)

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BeCALM (Beginning Curriculum for Adults Learning Math) contains remote-ready units for adult learners who need math instruction at beginning levels

-

We want our students prepared to earn their high school credential and develop employability and life skills, while incorporating CCRS

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Does discussion belong in math class? Yes! Talking about math leads to deeper understanding for both teachers and students. Through

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We can hold high expectations for understanding math for all our students, including students with learning differences and those learning

Math & Numeracy: Upcoming Events

This course is designed for teachers who are using or want to use the Curriculum for Adults Learning Math (CALM)

-

This online facilitated session explores how teachers of adult learners can vary content, instructional processes, and assessments of learning outcomes

-

BeCALM (Beginning Curriculum for Adults Learning Math) contains remote-ready units for adult learners who need math instruction at beginning levels

-

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

The Mathematics Proficiency Guide for Teachers of Adult Education is one of several companion pieces to the MA Professional Standards

This course is designed for teachers who are using or want to use the Curriculum for Adults Learning Math (CALM)

-

BeCALM (Beginning Curriculum for Adults Learning Math) contains remote-ready units for adult learners who need math instruction at beginning levels

-

We want our students prepared to earn their high school credential and develop employability and life skills, while incorporating CCRS

-

Does discussion belong in math class? Yes! Talking about math leads to deeper understanding for both teachers and students. Through

-

We can hold high expectations for understanding math for all our students, including students with learning differences and those learning