Professional Development Webinars (FREE)


UPcoming Webinars (FREE)

COABE is pleased to offer a series of professional development webinars which are led by presenters that have received excellent ratings from workshop participants at our national COABE conferences.
 


COABE Professional Development Webinars generously sponsored by Burlington English


All About Accommodations

This session will include a general overview of accommodated testing and the best way to assist students when they need help applying for accommodations. We will look at the types of accommodations that are available for high-stakes testing; the accommodation request process; and review complete and incomplete applications. ADA and other guidance will be discussed. There will be time for all of your questions.

Presented by: Debbie Bergtholdt
Date: June 7, 2017
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

COABE Professional Development Webinars generously sponsored by Burlington English


Developing Self-Advocacy Skills for Special Learning Needs and ALL Students
 

Preparing our students to transition into the postsecondary or workforce requires that we understand the principle of self-advocacy and the importance of integrating self-advocacy instruction for adult education students. This session will provide an overview of the components of self-advocacy: know self, decision-making skills, knowledge of rights and responsibilities, knowledge of own needs, knowledge of laws, and effectively requesting reasonable accommodations.

Presented by: Sarah Goldammer
Date: June 19, 2017
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Time

COABE Professional Development Webinars generously sponsored by Burlington English


Exploring Algebraic Thinking in a Teachers' Circle

The New York City-based Community of Adult Math Instructors (CAMI) will share their process of starting a citywide math teachers’ circle to collaborate with other teachers and expand their knowledge of mathematics. We believe in the power of teachers doing math together to make connections between learning and teaching. Participants will engage in an inquiry-based process of algebraic thinking through use of visual patterns and multiple strategies for problem solving, including drawing, different ways of seeing, making charts/tables, and making predictions using rules. Teachers and learners with all levels of mathematics knowledge are encouraged to attend.

Presented by: Eric Appleton and Mark Trushkowsky
Date: July 12, 2017
Time: 2:00 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)

COABE Professional Development Webinars generously sponsored by Burlington English


webinar Resources

If you missed a webinar, click on the link below to access resources from previous presentations.


Contact Us

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