Pace Documents and Resources
Learning System Documentation
The Pace Scope and Sequence details learning objectives for all Pace curricula. A primary feature of a Pace Learning System is the scope of its objectives. Pace Systems are organized into discrete, focused units which promote dependable, consistent progress:
Correlations to Tests and Standards
College and Career Readiness Standards for Adult Education (CCRS)
Pace is coordinated with all major tests and standards driven by CCRS:
Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE 11/12)
Pace Systems offer built-in criterion-referenced diagnostic testing; the Pace Approach also recognizes the need for normed or standardized assessments. The recommended standardized assessments for use with Pace curricula are the Tests of Adult Basic Education, Forms 11/12 (TABE). To coordinate your Pace materials with TABE test diagnostics like the Individual Profile Report, use Pace’s TABE Test Translation:
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Other Correlation Resources:
Life Skills 25 Resources
The 25 soft skills in Pace’s Life Skills Program are designed as a core set of personal and interpersonal skills that enable us to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life. These 25 Life Skills support improvement of all soft skills.
Included below are free tools designed to assist educators with ideas and a structure for designing a soft skills development program, as seen in our professional development webinars on soft skills. They complement and enhance the topics covered in the Life Skills 25 curriculum, but can be used in any soft skills program. If you are interested in access to these resources for all Life Skills 25 topics, contact us at email@example.com.
If you have questions about how to use these documents to maximize success with your Pace materials, please contact Pace Learning Systems at (800) 826-7223 or firstname.lastname@example.org.