Pace Webinar Recordings
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Soft Skills Development in State Prison: Folsom Pace Life Skills 10th Anniversary – The Folsom Prison Life Skills Facilitators return for another in-depth Question and Answer session with Dr. Susan McKee. The Facilitators detail their own voluntary, peer-led program at Folsom and celebrate the program’s 10th anniversary! (January 11, 2024, Dr. Susan McKee, Clint Massey and Folsom State Prison Pace Life Skills Facilitators)
Developing Soft Skills in Correctional Settings – Dr. McKee and the Folsom Facilitators host a fascinating discussion on effective soft skills development through voluntary, peer-led programs in a state prison setting. (August 31, Dr. Susan McKee, Clint Massey and Folsom State Prison Pace Life Skills Facilitators)
Creating Success with Struggling Learners – Dr. Susan McKee and Pace discuss how success experiences in learning often influence outcomes for struggling learners in basic education settings. (April 14, Dr. Susan McKee and Clint Massey)
Open Pace Systems Training – An open-invitation mini-training about the Pace systems and how to use them (March 15, Clint Massey)
The Pace Approach to TABE Success – A discussion of Pace’s history with TABE assessments, dating back to TABE 1&2 in the late 1960s, how we approach learning system design with TABE in mind, and the features of Pace curricula which make it so effective for TABE remediation. (February 17, Susan P. McKee, PhD, and Clint Massey)
TABE 11/12 Text Complexity – 1:12:58 – A complete review of the TABE 11/12 Reading Assessments at Levels E, M, and D, including text complexity measures of TABE Reading passages, sub-skills emphasized, testing tasks, and content types and themes. This video also includes a demonstration of how to easily analyze text complexity of any assessment or instructional material using free and open-source tools. (Winter 2020, Clint Massey)
Using the TABE 11/12 Test Translation – 1:04:41 – A review of the TABE Test Translation by Pace Learning Systems, including how to sign up (free), access, and use the Test Translation resource (Winter 2019, Clint Massey)
Soft Skills for Success in Correctional Education Settings – 1:24:30- A discussion of simple, effective methods for assessing and developing “soft skills,” including applications in adult corrections, juvenile corrections, and other special programs for at-risk youth. Dr. McKee is joined by a recently-released former facilitator of the inmate-led Pace Life Skills program at Folsom State Prison, who shares his insights and experiences. (Winter 2019, Susan McKee and Edwin McMillan)
Nothing Teaches Like Success, Part 1 – 21:32 – An in-depth discussion of Pace history of development, the Pace motto, and Pace learning system design methods (2018, Dr. Susan McKee)
Nothing Teaches Like Success, Part 2 – 19:11- An in-depth discussion of Pace history of development, the Pace motto, and Pace learning system design methods (2018, Dr. Susan McKee)
Tools for Soft Skills Evaluation in Basic Education Settings – 1:05:19- Explore different approaches to soft skills evaluation and assessment in basic education programs. This presentation focuses on defining which soft skills to teach and how to select the best combination of methods and tools to evaluate and document soft skills learning progress on a personalized basis. This includes types of evaluation tools and assessments available to measure soft skills, some issues or limitations to consider, and how these tools can be used for program adjustment, individualized feedback/planning, and meaningful documentation of learner progress. (Dr. Susan McKee)
Efficient Systems for TABE Test Takers (COABE 2020)– 58:23 – Pace Learning Systems have been designed with TABE as their diagnostic test since Forms 1&2 (in the late 1960s). Join this workshop to learn about Pace’s competency-focused approach to teaching TABE test takers – an efficient, learner-centered method with nearly five decades of success in a wide range of education settings. Review specially-designed Pace lessons and mini tests, and take home a sample Pace “prescription” matched to TABE targets at Level E, M, or D. This workshop was recorded during the COABE 2020 Virtual Conference.
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