YouthBuild Webinar Series: High School Equivalency Instruction in Action: ELA and Math Lessons that Support Student Success

Posted by Margaret Lamb - On September 30, 2014 (EST)

During the live webinar event on November 4th, YouthBuild teachers will lead break out discussions to answer participants’ questions based on practices shared during the pre-recorded webcasts highlighting practices and resources that support quality ELA and math instruction.

To optimize the learning experience, participants should view one or both of the pre-recorded 15 minute webcasts prior to participating in the webinar. During these webcasts, participants will learn specific ways that Math and English Language Arts (ELA) YouthBuild teachers are incorporating the Common Core State Standards’ instructional shifts into their classrooms. Participants will also have access to these educators’ lesson plans and projects, which you can use with your students. Connie Rivera, a math teacher at Capital City YouthBuild, will share a sample learning unit that uses a discovery approach to teaching mathematics. Rebecca Dezan from ReSource YouthBuild will highlight a lesson that approaches ELA-related instructional shifts.

Please watch the pre-recorded webcasts before the live webinar. The short videos contain much of the webinar content.
English Language Arts Shifts
Math Shifts

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Start Date : 11/04/14 02:00PM ET

End Date : 11/04/14 03:30PM ET

Presenter : Connie Rivera, Math Instructor, Capital City YouthBuild
Rebecca Dezan, English Language Arts Instructor, ReSource YouthBuild

Moderator : Toni K. Wilson, MPA, Workforce Analyst/YouthBuild COR, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment & Training Administration, Office of Workforce Investment- Division of Youth Services

Modified On : November 10, 2014
Type : Event
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