This training is for personnel that administer the TABE test. This workshop requires the passing of a posttest in order to become certified. All persons who administer or interpret the TABE must be certified; this workshop meets that requirement. Note: This session is not available for regional attendance.
The event will limit registration to 40 participants.
Date: Friday, December 1, 2017 (9:00 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. EDT)
John E. Polk Correctional Facility
211 Bush Blvd.
Sanford, FL 32771
Facilitator: Lisa Williams – Lisa.Williams@fldoe.org
Building Capacity for Florida's GED® Preparation Programs (Collier County)
The Building Capacity for Florida GED® Programs initiative is being delivered via regional trainings throughout Florida. This Florida IPDAE-sponsored training will provide you with the latest GED Testing Service® Train-the-Trainer developed workshops.
Join the IPDAE Lead GED® Prep Trainers as they dig deeper into Science and Social Studies. This important statewide initiative will provide you with research-based materials, activities, experiments, and thematic lesson plans that you can implement into your classroom.
You will also receive scripted PowerPoints, teacher guides, the latest information on GED® Preparation nationally and in our state. Of course, there will be much, much more for you to experience in this training. You will not want to miss this workshop and the opportunity to help “build capacity” in our state through training others and assisting students in achieving their goal of successfully passing the GED® test.
Date: Monday, December 4, 2017 (8:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m.)
Immokalee Technical College
508 North 9th Street
Immokalee, Florida 34142
Conference Room C
Webinar - Active Learning in the Adult Classroom, Part 2
The human brain weighs only 3 pounds, yet it has the capacity to make billions of synaptic connections. Engage in this two-part webinar experience that will show us Why and How to use Active Learning approaches in order to maximize our students’ learning power.
During webinar Part II of Active Learning in the Adult Classroom, we will delve deeper into the cognitive science that supports Active Learning approaches and their importance in the adult classroom. We will share tips for promoting dynamic lesson facilitation and discuss how Universal Design for Learning (UDL) and Active Learning strategies work hand in hand. Bring your colleagues, because we will experiment with various strategies that make speaking and writing fun and effective.
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The Institute for the Professional Development of Adult Educators is an initiative supported by Florida Department of Education to offer information, resources and professional development for adult education career pathways programs. Learn more
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