Professional Developers

The New England ABE-To-College Transition Project Evaluation Report

2005
This resource evaluates the College Transition Project, a comprehensive college transition model that aims to bridge the gap between GED-level and college-level academic work through direct...
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Decorative image for Resource Profile Moving Beyond the GED: Low-Skilled Adult Transition to Occupational Pathways at Community Colleges Leading to Family-Supporting Careers (Research Synthesis)

Moving Beyond the GED: Low-Skilled Adult Transition to Occupational Pathways at Community Colleges Leading to Family-Supporting Careers (Research Synthesis)

2007
This review of research is part of a larger project which identified exemplary community college programs that employ innovative curriculum and instructional practices in order to help low-skilled...
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Decorative image for Resource Profile Policy to Performance: State ABE Transition Systems Report

Policy to Performance: State ABE Transition Systems Report

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2012
This report shares key elements of state ABE transition system planning, and provides examples of strategies used to implement ABE transition policies.
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Policy to Performance Toolkit

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2012
The Policy to Performance Toolkit is designed to provide state adult education staff and key stakeholders with guidance and tools to use in developing, implementing, and monitoring state policies and...
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Decorative image for Resource Profile Evaluating Professional Development Resources: Selection and Development Criteria

Evaluating Professional Development Resources: Selection and Development Criteria

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2003
This publication describes criteria and indicators that were developed to help the adult literacy field assess the quality of resources and materials used in professional development for instructors...
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Systematic Reviews of Research: Postsecondary Transitions – Identifying Effective Models and Practices

2009
This paper focuses on transition programs for youth to postsecondary education, broadly considered. 
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Setting Up Success in Developmental Education: How State Policy Can Help Community Colleges Improve Student Outcomes

2009
Achieving the Dream, a national initiative to improve student success in community colleges, has taken a multipronged approach to improving outcomes in developmental education. This issue brief...
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Decorative image for Resource Profile Practitioner Research as Staff Development: A Facilitator's Guide

Practitioner Research as Staff Development: A Facilitator's Guide

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2003
This guide offers activities, guidelines and resources for those interested in using inquiry groups and research methods in their program improvement efforts. 
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Best Practices: Teaching Decimals, Fractions, and Percents to Students with Learning Disabilities

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1996
The purpose of this paper is to provide teachers with best practices advice for teaching fractions, decimals, and percents to students with learning disabilities (LD).
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Graphic Organizers: Power Tools for Teaching Students with Learning Disabilities

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2007
This article explains what graphic organizers are, for whom they are intended, how they work, and how they can used to improve reading and writing comprehension as well as for content learning.
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