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ERIC Number: ED502134
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2005
Pages: 16
Abstractor: ERIC
Reference Count: 0
ISBN: N/A
ISSN: N/A
EFF HOT Topics: Strategies and Tools for Teaching with EFF. Volume 4, Number 1, Winter 2005
Bingman, Beth, Ed.
Center for Literacy Studies, University of Tennessee (NJ1)
"EFF HOT (Highlights on Teaching Topics) Topics" is a publication of the EFF (Equipped for the Future) Center for Training and Technical Assistance. Each issue concentrates on a specific topic, highlighting examples of actual practice and offering strategies and tools for using EFF in the classroom. In this issue, "HOT Topics" focuses on the standard "Use Math to Solve Problems and Communicate" and addresses these questions: What does research say about teaching math to adults?, How can EFF help me help my students with math?, and Where do I start? It provides examples of activities that will help instructors incorporate use of the Math standard into their teaching and assessment activities. This issue contains: (1) Use Math to Solve Problems and Communicate; (2) Using EFF to Bring Math Research into the Adult Ed Classroom (Lynda Ginsburg); (3) What Is the "Use Math to Solve Problems and Communicate" Performance Continuum?; (4) The "Use Math to Solve Problems and Communicate Performance Continuum": It's Not Just for Summative Evaluations (Donna Curry and Beth Bingman); (5) Conducting a Math Class the EFF Way (Ellen McDevitt); (6) EFF Lesson; (7) Using Math in the ESOL Classroom (Suzanne Poteet Elston); (8) Questions for Dr. HOT Topics; and (9) Online Resources. (Individual articles contain references.)
Center for Literacy Studies, University of Tennessee. 600 Henley Street Suite 312, Knoxville, TN 37996. Tel: 865-974-4109; Fax: 865-974-3857; Web site: http://www.cls.utk.edu
Publication Type: Collected Works - Serial
Education Level: N/A
Audience: Teachers
Language: English
Sponsor: National Institute for Literacy
Authoring Institution: University of Tennessee, Center for Literacy Studies