Coalition on Adult Basic Education
ANN Annual Meeting
COABE Conference 2020
April 5th – April 8, 2020
Baltimore Marriott Waterfront, Baltimore, Maryland
An Open Invitation:
The Adult Numeracy Network holds its annual meeting at the Coalition on Adult Basic Education (COABE) conference as a day focusing on adult numeracy. We encourage people interested in math education for adult learners to join us.
This full-day institute is designed for experienced as well as novice teachers and staff developers who work in ABE, GED, ESOL, and developmental college programs. Participants will leave with classroom-ready activities that they can immediately use with students at all ability levels. Math practitioners at all experience levels will find support and inspiration while working with colleagues.
The $150 cost of registration includes a full day of professional development, lunch, and a one-year ANN membership (new or renewal).
It is possible to attend the ANN preconference without registering for the full COABE Conference.ANN-Teaching-and-Learning-Institute-2020-
COABE Numeracy Strand (sponsored by ANN)
ANN also sponsors a conference strand on adult numeracy at COABE. An incredible group of teachers and professional developers present in this strand each year. We hope you will be able to join us in future workshops.
Past COABE sessions have included:
- Statistics for Action: Math for Science and Social Studies – Connie Rivera
- Rectangles as Problem-solving Tools: Use Area Models to Teach Math Concepts at All Levels – Amy Vickers
- Sense-Making vs Answer-Getting in Our Math Classrooms – Mark Trushkowsky, Eric Appleton
- Active-Learning Strategies for Teaching Ratios, Statistics, and Probability – Steve Hinds
- Research/Evidence-Based Instruction: Can the Research Actually Inform our Teaching and Use of Math Word Problems? – Lynda Ginsburg
- Understanding Volume and Surface Area from the Inside Out – Heidi Schuler-Jones
- Your Students CAN Bridge the Gap Between Arithmetic and Higher-Level Mathematics – Patricia Helmuth
- Order of Operations: Sometimes, Always, or Never? – Rebecca Strom
- Rethinking Fractions – Melissa Braaten