[Numeracy 6] Re: Resources for Levels I and II
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Hello Math Friends,
Just a reminder that TIAN has a web site connected with TERC in
Cambridge, and at that site there are resource 'bundles' that include
materials for teaching numeracy and for professional development
discussions about instruction and mathematics.
In addition, the TERC-developed (full disclosure, I was one of the
co-authors) EMPower curriculum series uses a developmental approach to
mathematics and includes some very basic texts that you may find quite
useful for ABE Levels I and II. Just google EMPower Math...I think that
will get you there where at least one lesson from each book can be
downloaded for your use. The teachers' book includes lots of helpful
information about math background/connections and facilitation notes.
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Boston, MA 02210
>>> "Kathy Brezina" <kathyb at cvarp.org> 01/20/10 12:35 PM >>>
I think you have brought up a very good topic. I am a novice in
Education, but I come from 32 years teaching experience from the
level. What I have observed is that these ABE I & II people have big
basic math skills and don't need to be taught the same old way. We need
present practical math to them.
Here in AZ we, our State Education Department has been training
of us in TIAN math (Teachers Investigating Adult Numeracy). It is a
wonderful, practical math approach hitting all the basic skills. It uses
situations, and frequently group work. It is not the skill and drill
approach and it has interaction with the teacher. If you can't tell I
the approach and content.
Curriculum Director/ABE Teacher
Camp Verde Adult Reading Program
Camp Verde, AZ
Have a good day!!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lauri Schoneck" <SchonecL at seminolestate.edu>
To: <numeracy at nifl.gov>
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2010 10:50 AM
Subject: [Numeracy 3] Re: Welcome to the NEW Math and Numeracy List
> VERY excited to be a charter member of this new list!! I'm a
> math-maniac in sheep's clothing! ;-)
> I'd like to start a discussion about ABE level 1 and level 2 math for
> non-readers--resources, ideas, best practices, etc...
> Thanks so much!!
> Lauri "math-maniac" Schoneck
> Lauri M. Schoneck, M.Ed
> Professor, ABE/GED
> Seminole State College of Florida
> Sanford, FL
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