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Topic: "Numeracy: Closing the Achievement Gap" Adult Numeracy Network COABE
2006 Pre-Session April 26, 2006, Houston, TX

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Esther D Leonelli

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"Numeracy: Closing the Achievement Gap" Adult Numeracy Network COABE
2006 Pre-Session April 26, 2006, Houston, TX

Posted: Feb 26, 2006 12:17 PM
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COABE PRE-CONFERENCE 2006
April 26, 2006

Time: 9:00 - 4:00

Session Title/Description:

Numeracy: Closing the Achievement Gap (Adult Numeracy Network)

Practitioners, administrators, and directors are invited to attend this
activity-based session that will cover four numeracy strands (Number
Sense, Geometry, Data, and Algebra) for four levels of adult learners
(ABE, pre-GED, GED, and college prep). Equipped for the Future performance
continuum is one example of guidelines that will be used to integrate all
facets of the presentation. This session will introduce the new Principles
for Teaching and Learning and Professional Development for Adult
Mathematics Instruction which focuses on curriculum, learning environments
and professional development.

Presenters:
Judy Ward,
Adult Numeracy Network

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Additional Presenters:
Myrna Manly
Mary Jane Schmidt
Pam Meader



For more information, see
http://www.coabe06.org/schedule.htm

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