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2.8.19 SMART- Saratoga

February 8 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm

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Date:
Friday, February 8
Time:
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
Event Category:

Venue

Capital Region North Country RAEN Saratoga Office
112 Spring St., Suite 306
Saratoga Springs, NY, NY 12866 United States
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Phone:
518 486 8470
Website:
www.capitalnorthraen.org

Organizer

Capital District/North Country RAEN
Website:
www.capitalnorthraen.org

DATE: Friday, February 8, 2019
LOCATION: CD/NC RAEN Offices, 112 Spring St, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866
TIME: 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
TRAINER: Krista Conrick
CREDITS: 6
ADDITIONAL DETAILS: Please arrive early. A continental breakfast will be served at 8:30. Session starts promptly at 9. Lunch will also be provided.

EVENT DESCRIPTION: The Adult Basic Education program serves learners under a ninth grade reading level. Academic curriculum used for this program is Skills to Make Adults Ready to Succeed (SMART). Math SMART (grade level equivalent 4 – 6); Writing SMART (grade level equivalent 4 and above).

Skills to Make Adults Ready to Succeed (SMART) is an interactive, multi-media platform Math and Writing curriculum designed for students in New York State funded adult education programs with a reading/math grade level of 4-6 for Math and grade level 4 and above for Writing based on their TABE test results. This curriculum helps students become familiar with the Internet and word processing features while working in an online course management system. Digital literacy is combined with learning a skill. This online academic curriculum may be used in both the traditional classroom and distance learning. In Write SMART, students move through lessons building their writing skills while using an online course management system that encourages word processing proficiency. Students at a higher academic level may benefit from Write SMART as well. Write SMART shows the student how to develop thoughts into a cohesive writing assignment. Teachers will be able to create a class, track student progress, generate reports including student time on task and teacher grade book, and communicate with the student through the Moodle platform.

For more information on SMART please go to http://www.acces.nysed.gov/aepp/academic-curriculum

NOTE: If necessary

* During this workshop session, pictures and/or video recordings may be taken for the purposes of funding deliverables, on-line learning, news releases, and other purposes.

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