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 This Curriculum Framework is intended for all HSE teachers, with the understanding that there is a wide variety of HSE programs throughout the state. Our programs serve a wide range of students at...

 There are 9 Units in the CUNY HSE Math Curriculum Framework. The 9 units are made up of 5 model Lessons and 5 Teacher Supports. The 5 Lessons are full descriptions of activities, from launch to...

 This unit includes Westward Expansion.

 This unit includes the Constitution and Structure of Government.

 This unit includes Colonialism and the Road to Revolution.

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 On this page you will find links to access translated editions of released questions used on the 2016 Mathematics Grade 38 state tests.

 The Professional Development Recommendations: Online Resources for Professional Development document may be useful as you plan professional development for teachers in your area.

 The Professional Development Recommendations: For All Content Areas document poses questions to teachers that can be used to explore companion videos from the Framework.

 We want every math teacher to be more confident than they were two years ago and not as confident as they are going to be five years from now. Teachers need time, respect and support for that to...

 Many adult literacy teachers have been worried by the idea of teaching science. Because so many of us are generalists, we may not have had much opportunity to study the physical sciences ourselves,...

 When trying out new materials, lessons and approaches, it’s most helpful for teachers to meet or communicate in pairs or small groups, working together to digest and make sense of what they are...

 Using a curriculum framework can help to minimize the burden of daily preparation and allows more time for teachers to focus on students, and how well they are learning. But picking up a curriculum...

 These online resources are useful for helping students with preparation for careers and college. Read the full Resources: Websites for Career Exploration document.

 This activity examines a graph based on data from the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. Students explore the question, Is College Worth It?, through an analysis of data that looks at unemployment rate...

 As adult educators, we help students achieve their goal of attaining a high school equivalency diploma, offering instruction in the HSE subtests so that students will acquire the knowledge and skill...

 The success of our classrooms depends on our ability to develop a good working relationship with and among our students. They need to feel that they are coming to a place that understands and...

 Anyone who has taught an adult education math class understands that to do so is to deal with a wide range of student abilities. This range can manifest itself both as a difference between students...

 The resources here are divided up into Books/Articles and Web Resources. Use the chart to get a sense of how each resource might best support your work. Any resource that is marked “About Teaching”...

 Here are three rich and rewarding math routines that teachers can incorporate into their daily instruction. They are all adaptable and can be used with any kind of content. See the webbased...

 The lessons in this curriculum framework were designed for classes that are four hours in duration, with a student population that ranges in age from late teens to older adults. Of course, neither...

 The NCTM Professional Standards for Teaching Mathematics argue that a primary factor in the professional growth of teachers is the opportunity teachers have to “reflect on learning and teaching...

 Using Area Models to Understand Polynomials (lesson) The lesson plan featured in this unit models a progression for using area models, starting with arrays and building all the way up to multiplying...

 Developing Algebraic Reasoning Through Visual Patterns (lesson) At the core of this unit is the fact that algebra is far more interesting than just solving for x. By working through the two lessons...