Math Musings: An Adult Numeracy Blog

Integrating Statistics in the Content Areas
This post originally appeared in the December 2018 edition of Reflect & Connect: The Reflective Practitioner, managed by our colleagues at the SABES ELA Center. This is a companion blog post to “The Case for Statistical Literacy Across Content Areas”. by Melissa Braaten Interested in incorporating statistics into your content classes, but not sure what this might look like in practice? There are ways to get students involved with … Continue reading Integrating Statistics in the Content Areas

EMPower (Extending Mathematical Power) is a mathematics program for non-traditional students enrolled in adult basic education, high school equivalency, and transitional courses to college, as well students in alternative high schools, workplace settings or corrections programs. EMPower helps adults develop mathematical proficiency to more effectively engage with the world, whether that be at work, at home as parents and caregivers, in the community, or as they seek high school credentials and further education.

The curriculum is appropriate for a variety of other settings as well, by enrolling in adult basic education programs, high school equivalency programs, and developmental programs at community colleges. such as high schools, workplaces, and parent and paraprofessional education programs. EMPower builds interest and competency in mathematical problem solving and communication.

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