Dr. Susan McKee and Clint Massey will be exhibiting and presenting at the following upcoming conferences:

  • ALAPCAE 2022 Alabama Adult Education Conference in Montgomery, AL, June 5 – 7
  • CEA International Summer Conference in Tampa, FL, August 28 – 31

We hope to see you there!

Pace will present the following workshops at the ALAPCAE 2022 Conference in Montgomery, AL:

Introducing PaceWare: The Online Pace Learning System, Monday at 8:15 & Tuesday at 10:45

Pace has developed a new online learning management system! PaceWare provides online access to Pace diagnostic testing, self-paced tutorial lessons, and mastery testing. It also maintains the unique, time-tested design, ‘programmed’ work process, and robust, competency-based assessment that makes Pace so effective for struggling learners. Join this workshop to see how PaceWare works and learn more about active pilots in progress. PaceWare can be used as a core or supplemental curriculum for ABE or “pre-HSE”:

  • 171 topics in Reading, Language, and Mathematics, coordinated with TABE, CASAS, and CCRS standards
  • Mirrored curriculum in print and online, providing maximum flexibility for use in correctional settings
  • Powerful, skill-specific assessment tools ideal for targeted remediation, including segmented pretesting and thousands of “mini measure” test items to inform student progress
  • Designed for distance learning, with detailed reporting and time tracking features
Workshop Handout Materials Coming Soon

Pace will present the following workshops at the CEA International Summer Conference in Tampa, FL:

The Pace Method: Creating Success for Struggling Learners

Inmate learners, particularly those with special learning needs, are more likely to be impatient in learning environments and more likely to be dependent on their teachers. The teacher, or learning manager, must provide constant feedback and positive reinforcement so learners can see their progress in a clear, concrete way. But above all, these learners need to ‘feel’ successful. Many carry a history of failure to the classroom and they expect to fail. The Pace Approach and design works to break learning into the smallest possible steps, then ensure learners are able to take one successful step after another to reverse this cycle of learning failure. Join us to learn about the Pace approach to learning system design, an approach developed under federally-funded research in correctional settings, which follows the motto “Nothing Teaches Like Success”.

Workshop Handout Materials Coming Soon

Introducing PaceWare: The Online Pace Learning System

Pace has developed a new online learning management system! PaceWare provides online access to Pace diagnostic testing, self-paced tutorial lessons, and mastery testing. It also maintains the unique, time-tested design, ‘programmed’ work process, and robust, competency-based assessment that makes Pace so effective for struggling learners. Join this workshop to see how PaceWare works and learn more about active pilots in progress. PaceWare can be used as a core or supplemental curriculum for ABE or “pre-HSE”:

  • 171 topics in Reading, Language, and Mathematics, coordinated with TABE, CASAS, and CCRS standards
  • Mirrored curriculum in print and online, providing maximum flexibility for use in correctional settings
  • Powerful, skill-specific assessment tools ideal for targeted remediation, including segmented pretesting and thousands of “mini measure” test items to inform student progress
  • Designed for distance learning, with detailed reporting and time tracking features
Workshop Handout Materials Coming Soon

If you have questions about specific conferences or Pace’s upcoming conference plans, contact Clint Massey at (205) 535-9759 or ctmassey@pacelearning.com.

Check back soon for more information on upcoming events. If we don’t see you at a conference or training event, you can still join us online! Learn more about free registration for one of our upcoming webinars.