Curriculum Developers

Decorative image for Resource Profile How Non-Academic Supports Work: Four Mechanisms for Improving Student Outcomes

How Non-Academic Supports Work: Four Mechanisms for Improving Student Outcomes

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2011
This research brief provides a review of literature and research focused on non-academic supports and success factors for postsecondary students. 
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Decorative image for Resource Profile Integrating Curriculum: Lessons for Adult Education from Career and Technical Education

Integrating Curriculum: Lessons for Adult Education from Career and Technical Education

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2010
This report describes and examines the integrated curriculum as a strategy that has been implemented in career and technical education (CTE) programs in high schools that holds promise for preparing...
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Decorative image for Resource Profile Promising Practices for Transitioning Students from Adult Education to Postsecondary Education

Promising Practices for Transitioning Students from Adult Education to Postsecondary Education

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2009
This report is a follow-up to California’s Basic Skills as a Foundation for Student Success initiative and provides an overview of practices and strategies for transitioning adult education students...
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Decorative image for Resource Profile Transitioning Adults to College: Adult Basic Education Program Models

Transitioning Adults to College: Adult Basic Education Program Models

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2006
This paper is based on a review of 25 college transition programs and more than 40 postsecondary institutions studied by the New England Literacy Resource Center.
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Decorative image for Resource Profile How the I-BEST Works: Findings from a Field Study of Washington State’s Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training Program

How the I-BEST Works: Findings from a Field Study of Washington State’s Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training Program

2010
This report summarizes the findings from a field study that was conducted to examine how the Integrated Basic Education and Skills Training (I-BEST) model operates in 34 community and technical...
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Developing Adults’ Numerate Thinking: Getting Out From Under the Workbooks

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2007

 In this article, the author makes a case for substantive change in how and what we teach in mathematics. She describes the primary use of student workbooks to prepare for GED and explains why...

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Construction Math Toolbox

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2005
This math toolbox combines fun, industry-required math lessons with supplemental academic and career guidance information.
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Changing the Way We Teach Math: A Manual for Teaching Basic Math to Adults

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2006
This document is a manual for teaching basic math to adults.
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"Bestimation": Using basic calculators in the numeracy classroom

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2007

"Bestimation" is one of several linked publications arising from the five Effective Practice Studies carried out by the National Research and Development Centre for adult literacy and numeracy, (...

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Algebraic Thinking in Adult Education

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2010

This resource explores the reasons that algebraic thinking is necessary for adults to enable them to meet the demands of the workplace of the future.  It further explores the reasons that...

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