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Cultivating Knowledge Sharing and Trust in Online Communities for Educators

2012
This is a study that looks at how educators cultivate a community of knowledge sharing in online Communities of Practice. 
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Professional Developers
Teachers
New Teachers

Best Practices for the Flipped Classroom

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2013
This is an instructional guide for a flipped classroom in which instructional material is learned outside of the classroom and class time is used to complete assignments. 
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Professional Developers
Teachers
New Teachers

A Review of Flipped Learning

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2013
This review defines and describes the Flipped Learning model, briefly notes its historical foundations, and addresses common misconceptions. 
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Local Program Administrators
Professional Developers
Researchers
State Staff
Teachers

An Instructional Media Selection Guide for Distance Learning- Implications for Blended Learning Featuring an Introduction to Virtual Words

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2010
This report provides an overview that adult educators can use to select the most appropriate media for a variety of distance learning contexts. 
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Local Program Administrators
Professional Developers
Teachers
New Teachers

ESL Participation as a Mechanism for Advancing Health Literacy in Immigrant Communities

2014
This study explores English-as-a-second-language (ESL) classrooms as a site for health literacy interventions.
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Teachers
New Teachers
Adult Learners

Teaching for Developmental Diversity: An Approach to Academic Language and Critical Thinking

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2014
This paper briefly describes constructive developmental theories of adulthood, implications for academic language and critical thinking, and outlines developmentally scaffolded learning activities.
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Teachers
Adult Learners

Beginning Alphabetics Tests and Tools

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2015
Beginning Alphabetics Tests and Tools (BATT) strives to provide a ‘principled’ system for ABE/ESL teachers who want and/or need to develop their students’ knowledge of Roman alphabet letters, English...
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Teachers

Intermediate Word Study

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2012
This resource includes “mini-lessons” for teaching intermediate alphabetics skills: compounds, syllable types and rules, common suffixes, prefixes, and roots.
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Teachers
New Teachers
Adult Learners

Stanford University's Understanding Language Resources: Science

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2015
This webpage from Stanford University is a collection of several resources for science educators interested in the intersection between the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and the Next Generation...
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Local Program Administrators
Professional Developers
Teachers
Adult Learners

Inmate Literacy: What are the Most Effective and Cost-Effective Strategies to Teach Basic Reading and Math Skills to Adult Inmates in California

2011
The report consists of 11 recommendations and supportive narrative and charts that highlight effective strategies for correctional education. 
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Professional Developers
Researchers
State Staff
Teachers

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