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SABES Events Coming Up in February Below please find a list of new offerings coming up in February. Check the Calendar for updates or visit the new Event Listing page anytime! Online Facilitated Sessions Thursday, 2/1 Reintroducing KET FastForward Online HSE Prep - Program Support - Digital Literacy...

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SABES ESOL Events Through Wednesday, 1/31/24 Today we are sending out a list of open ESOL offerings through January 31st. Check out the Program Support Upcoming Events Calendar tab or visit the new Event Listing from the Calendar page anytime! ONLINE FACILITATED SESSIONS Friday, 1/5 For Staff: Yes...

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Three sections of the self-paced online Introduction to Teaching Skills That Matter course are currently scheduled for 2024. Each section of the course will run for a three-week period. This course provides an overview of the TSTM toolkit framework. It also provides materials and guidance to train...

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This article includes excerpts from a blog post by Jayme Adelson Goldstein that is published on Jayme’s Lighthearted Learning website . We thank Jayme for allowing us to share her post. B e sure to check out her tips and podcast ! Do you hesitate to spend time building English learners’ digital...

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The Enhancing Access for Refugees and New Americans (EARN) project from the U.S. Department of Education is hosting a three-part webinar series exploring the three pillars of immigrant integration and inclusion: economic, civic, and linguistic integration. Click the links below to participate in the...

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GREAT NEWS FOR ALL CURRICULUM DEVELOPERS! The SABES ESOL PD Center has worked closely with ACLS to update the curriculum planning templates for scope and sequence, unit plans, and lesson plans. The PD Center has also developed a set of new accompanying review guides to support the effective use of...

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Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Teaching ( CRST ) is not simply a set of strategies or a sprinkling of cultural references into the classroom. It is an education philosophy centered on learners’ cultures and identities with the goal of learners’ academic success, cultural competence, and socio...

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We keep adding to our collection of ESOL Teaching Resources to Promote Anti-racism, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion ! If you are looking to integrate timely, relevant resources that represent the learning communities you serve and reflect the concerns of marginalized communities, take a look at...

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The ESOL Teaching Resource Collection includes more than 140 unique resources, grouped into categories that align with the MA Professional Standards for Teachers of Adult Speakers of Other Languages, along with a number of special topics. The most recent additions to the collection are Resources to...

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Are you looking for guidance in a particular topic related to adult ESOL instruction? Do you want more information about how to use the standards to inform your instructional practice? Are you looking for support in trying new practices in your classroom? Are you interested in a topic but waiting...