Hear about and experience why building knowledge and attending to the development of vocabulary play a vital role in reading comprehension success. Leave with concrete next steps to implement in your classroom. This PD opportunity with Rachel Etienne is in
Open to anyone with a good command of the English language. For more information call 617-349-4040.
Train to become an EMT Mayor Walsh’s City Academy is training candidates to become eligible for employment as Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) with Boston EMS.
The Mayor’s Tuition-Free Community College Plan will now be expanded to include HiSET/GED/METCO graduates in the upcoming spring 2018 semester. The eligibility for the HiSET/GED/Metco remains the same as graduates of BPS/charter/private schools except for the GPA requirement for HiSET/GED
Main Library • 449 Broadway Classes run from 6:00 – 8:00 PM Open to anyone with a good command of the English language. For more information call 617-349-4040. Free Computer Classes Spring 2018 Internet Wednesdays – March 14, 21, 28
Panelists: Peter Haskin – Citizenship Coordinator, Project Citizenship, Boston, MA Emily Reiniger – New American Integration Program, MIRA, Boston, MA Bethany Gamble – Case Specialist, Community Services, IINE, Lowell, MA Mike Oliver- Program Director and Citizenship Instructor, St. Mark’s Education
The Training for Office Jobs program prepares under- and unemployed workers for administrative employment with career potential. This training will equip you with the skills, attitudes and behaviors needed for success in various office environments. Participants will receive training in
Presenter: Lisa M. Brooks, Commonwealth Learning Center • Friday, January 26, 2018 • 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM • First Literacy 160 Boylston St., second floor • Boston, MA 02116 This workshop will explore strategies for ESOL teachers to help
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: Effective teaching includes more than knowing your subject matter. This workshop will explore components that contribute to a smoothly functioning classroom—establishing and maintaining entry and exit routines; preventing and responding to classroom disruptions; keeping students awake and engaged;
Integrating Math into the ESOL Curriculum A First Literacy Professional Development Workshop Friday, December 15, 2017 and Friday, January 12, 2018 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (snacks and networking at 12:30 PM) First Literacy 160 Boylston St., Boston MA 02116 – 2nd