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Mini Institute April ESL Best Practices at New Milford High PM
with Michele Foertsch
This workshop will review some best practices for ESL classroom instruction. Some simple lesson plans will be presented that are based on the ELP Standards. The rigor has been increased for all Adult Education classes to help students transition into successful careers and/or higher education.
This workshop is appropriate for ESL teachers.
Mini Institute April CCS (Part II) at Danbury High PM
with Mary Segarra
The CASAS Implementation Basics training explains the foundational framework of the CASAS System and CASAS Competencies, as well as introduces additional tools and resources recommended to select, administer and score both paper/pencil and eTest versions of CASAS tests, interpret test results, and identify curriculum support materials to enhance instruction. A Certificate of Completion will be generated following the completion of this 2-night course.
This workshop is appropriate for new CCS Program Facilitators, Adult Education Directors or teachers who want a great knowledge.
Mini Institute April Promoting Technology in the Classroom at Danbury High PM
with ATDN Staff
Looking for ways to engage digital-age learners in Adult Education classes? This workshop will discuss a few on-line digital lesson platforms that you can use easily in your classroom. Discover the multiple resources available to teachers. Students of all levels can benefit from technology use.
*Bring your own devices to get the most out of this workshop.
Presenter: ATDN Presenter
Teacher Evaluation Forms Review Rountable-A.C.E.S., Hamden
with Jody Lambert
This workshop is open to Adult Education Teacher Evaluators who have completed their Teacher Evaluation Parts I & II that are using the Adult Ed Evaluation Plan. As a group, participants can talk specifics about any updated forms they are utilizing. Participants should bring samples of updated forms, procedures, etc. to share with others and discuss how they approach and schedule their evaluations.
GED ® - RLA/Writing -Middletown Adult Ed
with Shelly Leduke
How do you get your students writing and beyond the fear of the written Extended Response on the GED® exam? This workshop will focus on writing methods to engage students in your GED® classroom and practice the skills they need.
Statewide Disability Workshop-Recognizing Disability in English Language Learners (ELL) - C.E.S. Trumbull
with Laura DiGalbo
Some of our ELL students have difficulties beyond what is expected of a student learning a new language. Often times these students may show adequate or excellent skills in oral English but can not read or write in English. While others may be able to read English out loud but not comprehend the meaning of the passages and still others may have more personalized difficulties. When we are unable to find a way to influence their learning, we feel stuck. We and our students are frustrated.
This workshop will explore signs of disability vs lack of education in their native language and English, the dilemma of unavailable assessments for possible disability issues and finally universal designed strategies to help these students without obtaining diagnoses.
Presenter: Laura DiGalbo
CCRS Math 202 Lesson Development Workshop-New Haven Adult Ed
with Connie Rivera
Prerequisite: Certificate of completion for CCRS Math 100s
Providing our students with high-quality resources and instruction aides their development of deep understanding and transferable knowledge. During this session, we will build our capacity to identify materials and create lessons aligned to the College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) in Mathematics. After determining our lesson purpose, we will work in teams to create lessons aligned to the CCRS. Please bring your copy of the standards, the over-sized overview document from the 100 level sessions, a laptop with Wi-Fi capability, and any “lesson sparks” you would like to reference (activity and lesson idea; an interesting image, graph or news piece; etc.).
NEDP Policies & Procedures (AM)-Lyceum, Hartford
with Susan Pierson
This is a required annual update for all certified advisors/assessors to review new and existing policies and procedures that must be adhered to in order to implement the program with fidelity.