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We're having a Geogebra workshop!

I've been dabbling in Geogebra for a few months and I'd tweet my frustrations to the #mtbos #ggbchat (math twitter blogosphere and geogebra chat)... and Steve Phelps answered several questions and made me little screencasts for creating things on my own. 

Well, when he tweeted to some of his followers that he was thinking of doing training in Illinois, maybe Chicago... I impulsively noted that Champaign-Urbana is much less expensive ... and ... one thing led to another and we'll be hosting him for a 2-day workshop here at the college June 26-27!   

Exciting New Paid Professional Development Opportunity for Adult Ed Math Teachers!

We invite you to join a diverse community of adult math educators, experts in math, technology and pedagogy and the US Dept of Education’s Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education for a two-month, paid opportunity!

Exciting New Paid Professional Development Opportunity for Adult Ed Math Teachers!

We invite you to join a diverse community of adult math educators, experts in math, technology and pedagogy and the US Dept of Education’s Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education for a two-month, paid opportunity!

Exciting New Paid Professional Development Opportunity for Adult Ed Math Teachers!

We invite you to join a diverse community of adult math educators, experts in math, technology and pedagogy and the US Dept of Education’s Office of Career, Technical and Adult Education for a two-month, paid opportunity!

Winter/Spring PD Schedule Available

The winter/spring schedule for World Education's E-Learning courses is now available. What are your plans for professional development this semester? Try one of our online facilitated courses to gain new ideas and inspiration.

Supporting Student Success Through Professional Development

Friends,
I invite you to watch this brief video on student success and download the associated document. The guide includes reflective questions such as (1) What does professional development mean to you? (2) What do you consider high-quality professional development? There are key questions to consider when watching the video and refers to a plan of action.  Finally, the document allows you to organize your thoughts. I invite you to watch the video and share your comments in this discussion. 

Online Courses: Foundations of Teaching Adult Numeracy & Number Sense

World Education E-Learning is taking registrations for two numeracy courses that will be starting in April. 

Starting March 20: Free Instructional Evaluation Service Course to Support Adult Education

Looking for instructional design professional development opportunities?

Join the 600+ who registered for Designers for Learning's new 6-week instructional evaluation service project to support adult basic education. This free project-based service course on Canvas Network is an excellent opportunity to gain evaluation experience while building your instructional design portfolio.

  • Cost: Free

  • Project Duration: March 20 - April 30, 2017

  • Prerequisites: None

February Spotlight for LINCS Resources

This month, I'd like to share two resources for the EBPD group, They are STEM Teachers in Professional Learning Communities: A Knowledge Synthesis and Worksupport.com at Virginia Commonwealth University

Setting our PD goals for the new year.

Every new-year begins with resolutions. For educators, these resolutions are often built around professional goals. As you enter 2017, what are your professional goals and how do you want to achieve them? Sometimes, in order to set realistic goals, we need to start with a reflection of what we need to do. Jennifer Gonzalez has set of what she calls Gut-Level Reflection Questions to help to pinpoint your needs.

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