[Numeracy 407] FW: [PD 4690] New GED numeracy classroom videos on MLoTS

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Dianna Baycich dbaycich at literacy.kent.edu
Mon Jun 21 12:34:21 EDT 2010






From: professionaldevelopment-bounces at nifl.gov
[mailto:professionaldevelopment-bounces at nifl.gov] On Behalf Of David J.
Rosen
Sent: Saturday, June 19, 2010 2:58 AM
To: The Adult Literacy Professional Development Discussion List; The
Technology and Literacy Discussion List
Subject: [PD 4690] New GED numeracy classroom videos on MLoTS



Colleagues,



The Media Library of Teaching Skills (MLoTS) <http://mlots.org>
http://mlots.org has just added two new GED prep and pre-GED class numeracy
videos, Numeracy: Positive and Negative Numbers and Numeracy: Jeopardy Game
for Numeracy Reinforcement. They were recorded at a young adult GED prep
program in Boston, JFYNetWorks. You will find the link to these videos near
the bottom of the front page.



MLoTS is free, can be used by individual adult education teachers who want a
"video window" into other teachers' classrooms and for more formal
(face-to-face and online or blended) professional development. It includes
adult education classroom and tutoring videos in reading, writing, numeracy,
English language learning (ESOL/ESL) adult secondary education, and family
literacy. It includes links to many more videos, including tutoring, ESOL,
and integrating technology in the adult education classroom, made by others.
MLoTS is designed for adult educators, includes standards-based lessons and
can be used for short, teacher group inquiry discussions. For example, adult
education professional developers have used the MLoTS videos to organize
weekly 30-minute professional development discussions at lunch.



I hope you find these adult education classroom videos useful in your own
professional development and in organizing PD for others. Please forward
this email to your colleagues. The MLoTS staff is available to make -- or
help you make -- teacher professional videos in your state.



David J. Rosen, President

Media Library of Teaching Skills

djrosen at mlots.org



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