NIFL-ASSESSMENT 2005: [NIFL-ASSESSMENT:1006] Re: Teacher assess

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From: Maureen OBrien (mobsnd@juno.com)
Date: Tue Mar 22 2005 - 12:53:29 EST


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Marie, let me give an example. Last year my peer evaluator and I focused on better integrating writing into the total NDEC ABE curriculum- literacy/GED and ESOL. We chose the following activities: to attend a three part workshop on writing sponsored by SABES )System of Adult Basic Education Suport), and to join the NDEC writing team funded by the DOE.  She focused on essay writing as a specific activity geared to the GED student and I focused on paragraph writing and the ESL student. As a result of our work on the NDEC writing team, we worked with staff and students to start a student publication, NDEC Students Speak" at the Notre Dame Education Center. 

Maureen(O'Brien)
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