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This handy two-page document and companion video offers suggestions for free, downloadable resources and everyday items that can help instructors teach math remotely. Students can use these resources at home to learn and reinforce math concepts in a hands-on way even when they can't physically be…
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Teaching Skills That Matter (TSTM) is a collection of lessons that focus on real life skills in contexts that are important in the lives of adults. These lessons can stand alone or can be integrated into your Curriculum for Adults Learning Math (CALM) math classes to help students see the value of…
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INSTRUCTION _______________________________________________________________ Visit our new Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion for Math resource page here. _______________________________________________________________ Resources for math instruction gathered by the SABES PD Center for Mathematics and…
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Responding to Hate and Bias at School responds to the idea that while there are innumerable plans and protocols in place at every educational institution, few, if any, of them are aimed at dealing with bias and acts of hate. This Learning for Justice resource is a 52 page downloadable guide for…
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In these two videos, Massachusetts adult education teacher Joan Schottenfeld describes how she creates vocabulary videos with accompanying Google forms and how she posts them in her Google Classroom. She highlights what she does to encourage and enhance learner engagement, especially important…
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Today, curb cuts are ubiquitous points of access required by U.S. law. But these ramps connecting sidewalks to streets were hard-won. Disability activist Patrick William Connally, describing his digital painting depicting the first curb cut in Berkeley, California, explained that its purpose was to…
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Each October, LGBT History Month offers an important opportunity for educators to ensure that LGBTQIA+ histories are getting their due in the classroom all year long. But before educators can meaningfully embark upon that task, they must commit to their own ongoing learning about LGBTQIA+ histories…
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Tools to develop individual or program awareness about causes of racial equity and strategies to address and shift patterns of inequity in their work. Developed by the Center for Urban Education.
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This collection of resources consists of recommendations and tools for ensuring that various forms of content are accessible for students according to Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG). These guidelines and resources are distilled into a set of simpler principles, as captured by the…
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Research has identified that four components—alphabetics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension—are essential in how reading develops, and essential in the reading process. Use these freely available diagnostic assessments of reading to determine the reading strengths and areas of growth for your…