Contextualized Variations of I-BEST

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The I-BEST model pioneered in Washington state continues to inspire and inform states and programs across the US.  The spirit of innovation is evident in the programs represented in this webinar through their customized approach to addressing the challenges of adult basic education students via team teaching, redesigned program structure, collaboration, and contextualized curricula.

Webinar Date: January 26, 2017

Presenters

Pam Meeks, Northeast Mississippi Community College (MS)
Susan Johnson, Johnson County Community College (KS)
Amy Dalsimer, LaGuardia Community College (NY)

Facilitators: Ellen Hewett, NCTN & Andy Nash, NELRC

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