Webinar #2 Redesigning Curriculum, Instruction, Partnership, and Policies

IET is more than a classroom service model; it is a system redesign strategy to support WIOA Title II/AEBG's role as a partner for a strong workforce. This hour will focus on
the policies, practices, and professional learning needed to support a transitions  oriented school.

Date: October 24, 2017 12:00 p.m. PST
Presenter: Judy Mortrude

Webinar #3 Connecting Adult Education Students to Living Wage Careers

In Washington state, Integrated Education and Training (IET) is the centerpiece of pathway design for basic skills students. Students who begin in basic skills learn in context to their chosen pathway. High school completion is competency-based, and students can co-enroll in a high school completion program while participating in integrated education and training (IET) that leads to certificates, degrees, and a living wage career. 

This session will highlight:
  • IET in guided pathways as the core strategy for serving students who begin in basic skills.
  • the range of IET options available in Washington state.
  • high school completion as a competency-based, co-enrolled program.
  • contextualization of basic skills and English language acquisition to the pathway and IET of students' choosing.
  • navigational services designed to provide wraparound support and guide students to completion.
Date: November 28, 2017 12:00 p.m. PST
Presenter: William Durden

We look forward to your participation in these
valuable professional development sessions! 

If you have any questions, please contact
Deanna Matsumoto at deanna.matsumoto@lausd.net

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