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Professional Development and Transition Resources (PDTR)

2016 Adult Education Fall Conference

September 28 - 30, 2016

Wednesday, September 28

A Closer Look at Math Anxiety: Developmental Dyscalculia and Adult Educator Resources

Math for the Multi-Level Classroom:  Focus on Geometry and Measurement

Help Students Achieve Deeper Learning through Effective Questioning

Statistics for Action:  Math for Science and Social Studies

Are You a Law-Abiding Literacy Provider? What You Need to Know about Disability Rights Laws

Thursday, September 29

The Retention Factor: Why Non-Subject-Matter-Skills are Fundamental

Are You a Law-Abiding Literacy Provider? What You Need to Know about Disability Rights Laws

A Closer Look at Math Anxiety: Developmental Dyscalculia and Adult Educator Resources

Math for the Multi-Level Classroom:  Focus on Geometry and Measurement

Help Students Achieve Deeper Learning through Effective Questioning

Statistics for Action:  Math for Science and Social Studies

Good Teachers Teaching: CCR Standards-Based Writing Instruction and Formative Assessment in the Real World

Graphics in Math, Social Studies, & Science

Teaching ABE & ASE Social Studies with a Multiplicity of Disciplines

Graphics in Math, Social Studies, & Science

Friday, September 30

The Retention Factor: Why Non-Subject-Matter-Skills are Fundamental

Good Teachers Teaching: CCR Standards-Based Writing Instruction and Formative Assessment in the Real World

Teaching ABE & ASE Social Studies with a Multiplicity of Disciplines

 
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