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The Change Agent provides a wealth of timely and relevant material for adult education students and teachers. Its social justice focus is inextricably linked to mathematical reasoning and most issues provide explicit activities or prompts drawing out math that is relevant to our students’ lives. It…
This 11-lesson unit uses puzzles and questions with multiple solution paths to engage students in learning about properties of numbers and operations, the meaning of equality, and the power of place value.
The policy guide, Guidelines for Serving Students with Learning Disabilities and Other Special Learning Needs Enrolled in Adult Education and Family Literacy Programs, starts with legal and ethical justifications for serving adults with learning disabilities. It covers disability definitions,…
Bridges to Practice: A Research-Based Guide for Literacy Practitioners Serving Adults with Learning Disabilities is a resource with over 1,000 pages of disability-based resources. There are five individual guidebooks included in it that are designed for literacy programs to enhance the quality of…
Use these lenses to focus on aspects of ELA Curriculum & Instruction. These are drawn from ACLS priorities stated throughout the ACLS webpages for curriculum & instruction and in the ACLS Indicators of Program Quality.  Contextualization and Relevance Culturally Responsive Teaching…
ELA Lens: Differentiation Differentiated Instruction refers to what teachers do to adapt an existing curriculum for the learners they are actually teaching, so that all their learners are engaged in challenging but accessible tasks. In making decisions about how to adapt the curriculum, teachers…
Developed by Facing History and Ourselves, these lessons are designed for middle school and high school students. They include guidance for getting started, such as a webinar on how to make meaningful connections between current events and your curriculum. Lessons include a slide deck, student-…
The New York Times has compiled this collection of writing prompts, lesson plans and activities to teach and learn about race-related issues.
In this collection of videos, Dr. Clint Smith teaches about the experience of Black people in America, from the arrival of the first enslaved Black people who arrived at Jamestown, the Harlem Renaissance, the experience of Black Americans during WWII, all the way to the Black Lives Matter movement…
Design your own virtual field trip or integrate art and artifacts into your text sets as primary sources. The museum's collection is available to explore online, searchable by topic, date, name, object type, and place.