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The “Why” Behind Cross-Multiplication

Participants in this workout examine why only teaching the process of “cross-multiplying and dividing” without developing conceptual understanding of this process is detrimental to student learning and will understand the importance of teaching conceptual understanding for commonly used algorithms.

If Graphing Linear Inequalities Is Aspirin, Then How Do You Create the Headache?

Brief blog post by Dan Meyer that addresses teaching students not just the procedure for how to graph linear inequalities, but providing the opportunity for them to consider why the conventional representation (graph) is an efficient way to go.

Ever Wonder What They’d Notice?

Asking the right questions and making space for student thinking can change outcomes for students. What can we do as teachers to faciliate their critical thinking and engagement? In this 5-minute Ignite talk, Annie Fetter addresses giving students space to notice and wonder.

CCRS Mathematical Practice 8 – Webcast

This webcast highlights Mathematical Practice 8 - Express regularity. It is one of a series of 8 webcasts, the purpose of which is to give adult educators a better sense of each of the 8 Mathematical Practices of the CCRS and to suggest ways to encourage the Practices with their students.

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Federal Reserve Education – Critical Thinking

This is an excellent resource for teaching financial literacy and personal finance skills. The collection can be searched using keywords or by applying filters for audience, type, topic, or standards. No account is needed to access all the resources.

Federal Reserve Education – Navigating Systems

This is an excellent resource for teaching financial literacy and personal finance skills. The collection can be searched using keywords or by applying filters for audience, type, topic, or standards. No account is needed to access all the resources.

Story by Story (2008)

Story by Story was developed for Beginning ABE students needing (and wanting) systematic and contextual phonics instruction. However, it has been successfully used with many Beginning-Intermediate ESL students as well. This website provides 12 printable Story by Story lessons that each include the story text, a word study, and sentence-writing exercises.

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MN ABE YouTube Channel

The MN ABE YouTube Channel is a free online PD resource that you can use to explore teaching techniques and classroom ideas in action! Find out more in this MN ABE Connect newsletter article.

Upcoming ABE Events

January 27, 2022 8:30 am–4:00 pm
ATLAS
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Language & Literacy Institute 2022 – Virtual Event

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Registration Deadline: THU. 1/27/22 If you require ASL interpretation, please contact Gail Rutan at grutan01@hamline.edu The PROGRAM SCHEDULE  contains the daily schedule (also shown below), session descriptions, and presenter biographies. Learn More

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January 31, 2022 6:30 pm–8:30 pm
Literacy Minnesota
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Developing and Practicing Reading Fluency

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Registration Deadline: MON. 1/31/22 Come and review the important role of fluency in reading instruction. We will discuss the three key components of reading fluency and look at a variety of activities tutors and teachers can try. We will talk about the mechanics of doing fluency practice via… Learn More

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February 2, 2022 2:00 pm–3:00 pm
Literacy Minnesota
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Google Suite Webinar Series #1: Introduction and Resources for Educators

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Registration Deadline: WED. 2/2/22 In this kickoff to our spring webinar series, participants will get an overview of Google Suite applications and resources for educators. Learn how to become a Google Certified Educator, explore the Google Applied Digital Skills Curriculum and the Northstar Digital Literacy Google… Learn More

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