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Heritage Ballroom Breakfast. CDE Comments Welcome, Intro. Janet Zadina: Keynote 8:45- 9:30 "Using Brain. Research to Enhance and Energize Adult Learning ...

Friday, October 18th General Session: 7:30 - 9:30 8:00 - 8:45 Heritage Ballroom Heritage Ballroom Computer Lab: blue background

9:40 - 10:55: Session One 11:00 - 12:40 Lunch

12:45 - 2:00 Session Two

Gully Stanford: College in Colorado: "Career Preparation--Meet the College in Colorado Toolkit!" (Learning Center)

CDE Comments Welcome, Intro

Terese E. Ebersole: Improving Student Janet Zadina: Using Success through the Brain Research to Creation of Enhance and Equitable Energize Adult Classrooms Learning Art Ellison: Politics (National Alliance (interactive) and Adult Education for Partnerships in (Heritage B) (Carson) Equity) (Fremont)

Frank Waterous: Keynote "Adult Education--What Business Are You REALLY In?" (Heritage Ballroom) Tara Keily: Houghton-Mifflin Harcourt double session: GED 2014 Blended Learning Solution (Learning Center)

Art Ellison: Politics & Adult Ed (Carson)

Sean McGinty: Scaffolding Writing Instruction with Kate Goodspeed: Webb's, Using Common Sense in the "Sandbox" as an Workplace--Can It Be Analogy Taught? (Hayden) (Cameron)

Bitsy Cohn: The Redesign of Developmental Education in Colorado (Stratton)

Susan Willey: New Readers Press: GED 2014: Implications & Solutions for Instruction (Heritage A)

Yvonne Draxler & Leslie Helfer: Using Social Media & Book Clubs to Enhance Your Program (Stratton)

Martin Kehe: GEDTS: Scoring Constructed Response: double session (Heritage A)

Miranda Kozman: CSM Core Skills Mastery--An Innovative, Free Webbased Course (Stratton)

Martin Kehe: GEDTS: Scoring Constructed Response: double session (Hertitage A)

Educator of the Year

Frank Waterous: Colorado Adult Lisa Pray, Education in 2013 immigration and Beyond: How attorney: Get Your Karen Kaminski & Students Lisa Davey: ESL Error Are We Doing and Jacqueline:Defining Naturalized, Not Correction in Spoken Where Are We Critical Thinking: Going? (Fremont Deported! (Heritage Communication Part #1 (Hayden) ) B) (Cameron)

Vendor Break & Snack

2:00 - 2:30

2:30 - 3:45 Session Three


Janet Zadina:Keynote 8:45- 9:30 "Using Brain Research to Enhance and Energize Adult Learning" Heritage Ballroom

Tara Keily: Houghton-Mifflin Harcourt: GED2014 Blended Learning Solution (Learning Center)

Margie Wagner: Reading Basics in a Nutshell for ESL and Learning Differences (Carson)

Jeff Foley: Experiential Activities Using Critical Thinking Part #2 (Hayden)

Paulette Church & Shirley Penn: Adult Education Programs Cathy Fisher: Working with Business Creating ESL Student Profiles with to Benefit Both CASAS (Cameron) (Heritage B)

Regina Suitt: Powerful Advocacy--Adult Education Ambassadors (Fremont)

Saturday, October 19th

7:30 - 9:30 Heritage Ballroom


Volunteer of the Year; Leader of Topic Tables 8:00 the Year 8:30 8:45 - 8:30

Joan Wink: Keynote 8:45 - 9:30 "ESL and Adult Education: Oh, the Possibilities!" Heritage Ballroom

Joan Wink: "Expanding on Classroom Practices" (Heritage B)

Tony Anderson: Workforce and Mollie Steinke: Math Corrections--The in Family Literacy: Power of Using Children's Partnerships Songs (Cameron) (Heritage A)

Jane Miller: Text Complexity--What It Is & Why It Julie Sarris: Using Matters for Adult Formative Assessment Reading to Guide Instruction Instruction (Hayden) (Fremont)

Jeanne McAtee: Storytelling and Story Creation in ESL (Stratton)

Amy Riker: ETS: HiSET High School Equivalency Testing (Carson)

Tanya Mahnke & Chelsea Stewart: Math Mania: double session (Hayden)

Elizabeth Shupe: Elements of Assessment Management for Administrators (Cameron)

Michael Johnson: McGraw-Hill CTB: Assessing Secondary Completion (Carson)

Computer Lab

Tish Nelson: Learning with 9: Wikis (Learning Center)

Session Four 40- 10:55 11:00 - 12:40 Lunch and Meeting: Heritage Ballroom

CAEPA meeting/ elections

Corrections Educator of the Year

Learner of the Year

Marteena Ring: Jane Miller: Using Everything You Picture-based Jeff Foley: Leading Always Wanted to Activities to Change II: double Know about TABE Invigorate ESL Session Five 12: session (Heritage But Were Afraid to Instruction 45 - 2:00 A) Ask( Heritage B) (Fremont) 2:00 - 2:30 Vendor Break & Snack Jane Miller: Understanding the Dorothea Steinke: National College Free Online Math and Career Resources for Jeff Foley: Karin McGuire: Readiness ABE/ASE/College Leadership: double What's New in Standards for Adult Session Six 2:30 - Transition session (Heritage Corrections? Education 3:45 (Learning Center) A) (Heritage B) (Fremont) 3:45 - 4:30 Silent Auction

Jennifer Carlson, Burlington English: "Blended Learning to Enhance ESL Civics Instruction" (Learning Center)

Key to colors:* Red: Working for the survival & prosperity of adult education students, instructors, and programs.

Green: Ideas & practices appropriate for education and educators in general

Gold: Assessments & techniques to meet the new standards & high school equivalency testing

Blue: Information that relates directly to Workforce Preparation

*Note: Colors indicate emphases but are not exclusive. A session may be entirely appropriate to more than one emphasis.

Black: Ideas and practices appropriate to ESL Instruction and Programs

Meghan Carrier: Grow Your Own Parent Mentors (Stratton)

Mitch Rosin: CTB/McGrawKate Goodspeed: Hill Education: Tanya Mahnke & TABE Online: Fun and Games Chelsea Stewart: Math for Literacy Level What's New Mania: double session Students on Up in for 2014? (Hayden) (Cameron) ESL(Stratton)

Purple: Perspectives that speak directly to Corrections situations

Magenta: Technological solutions to educational problems

Rose: Information that relates directly to Family Literacy situations

Sarah Lynn: Pearson: Extending the Classroom-Success in the 21st Century (Carson)

Italics indicate a vendor session that will provide new information but will suggest products, as well