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  • WORKSHOPS


    All CCPI workshops engage participants with resources from LaGuardia’s Bridge and NY-BEST Programs. We strive to make each workshop interactive, hands-on, and participant-centered.


    College and Career Pathways Institute (CCPI) workshops introduce educators and administrators to the rationale and practice of contextualized instruction and integrated training programs while supporting them in their first steps towards implementation. Workshops range from a half day to two full days. All workshops are easily customized to the specific needs of contracting institutions, including focus on regional in-demand sectors/careers or incorporation of required state and programmatic standards and competencies.


    Here’s a glimpse of our most popular workshops for program managers, curriculum writers, advisors and instructors.


    Download a copy of our Workshops Flyer here, CCPI Workshops.


    Check out the CCPI Brochure, Your Roadmap to Empowering Students.




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    Beyond College Knowledge Workshops
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    • Create a college-going culture in your classroom
    • Identify barriers to student success
    • Investigate key student supports for successful postsecondary transition



    Want to have a staff-shared understanding of and active role in students’ career development process? Explore the integration of career development in the classroom, from program components to contextualizing literacy skills.

    • Define and examine career development and student barriers
    • Examine and analyze contextualized career development literacy activities and lessons from LaGuardia's Bridge to College and Careers Program
    • Explore and develop ways career advisement and literacy can be further integrated

    Retention and engagement are issues that all programs struggle with. Learn from classmates and explore LaGuardia Bridge to College and Careers Program’s most successful retention and engagement strategies.

    • Define retention and engagement, and share existing best practices
    • Explore retention and engagement strategies from LaGuardia's Bridge to College and Careers Program
    • Study modeled retention and engagement strategies
    • Develop engagement and retention strategies for implementation

    Interested in creating a program culture that builds and engages students’ career aspirations and advancement? Explore the theory and practice of LaGuardia Bridge to College and Career’s programmatic components and features that create a career and college going environment.

    • Define and reflect on career and college going culture
    • Explore specific programmatic and classroom strategies contributing to building a career and college culture
    • Develop classroom and programmatic strategies for adaptation and implementation in your own program



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    Designing Career Focused Basic Skills Instruction
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    • Create career focused lesson plans
    • Draw connections between content standards, HSE exams and students’ goals
    • Explore basic skills curriculum content aligned with students’ career aspirations





    Time and support are the biggest benefits of this hybrid course. Immerse yourself in the design and implementation process of contextualized curricula while you develop and pilot a contextualized lesson (or unit) and build a community of practitioners. CCPI trainers support you during this course through online discussions, two-separate curriculum coaching calls, in-person workshops, and during the culminating contextualized curriculum showcase.

    • Develop and deepen your understanding of the theory and practice of contextualized instruction
    • Participate in a modeled contextualized lesson from a LaGuardia Bridge to College and Careers classroom
    • Analyze components of a contextualized lesson and connect them to the larger curriculum development process
    • Design contextualized classroom activities for use in your own program
    • Share curriculum development resources
    • Reflect on the curriculum development and teaching process

    Want to have a staff-shared understanding of and active role in students’ career development process? Explore the integration of career development in the classroom, from program components to contextualizing literacy skills.

    • Define and examine career development and student barriers
    • Examine and analyze contextualized career development literacy activities and lessons from LaGuardia's Bridge to College and Careers Program
    • Explore and develop ways career advisement and literacy can be further integrated

    Retention and engagement are issues that all programs struggle with. Learn from classmates and explore LaGuardia Bridge to College and Careers Program’s most successful retention and engagement strategies.

    • Define retention and engagement, and share existing best practices
    • Explore retention and engagement strategies from LaGuardia's Bridge to College and Careers Program
    • Study modeled retention and engagement strategies
    • Develop engagement and retention strategies for implementation

    LaGuardia’s Center for Immigrant Education and Training (CIET) has been a national leader in contextualizing English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) curricula for a variety of workforce sectors. Explore curricula and classroom materials from different CIET classrooms, and examine strategies used in teaching English Language Learners (ELLs).

    • Review lesson samples and activities from CIET classrooms
    • Examine strategies to deepen and scaffold ELL students’ learning
    • contextualized career development literacy activities and lessons from LaGuardia's Bridge to College and Careers Program
    • Explore and develop ways career advisement and literacy can be further integrated

    Supporting and scaffolding integrated basic skills lessons to support technical content is key to a successful I-BEST style classroom. Discover various teaching practices and strategies used to support Adult Basic Education learners in LaGuardia’s NYBEST classrooms as they study complex technical content.

    • Define strategies and student barriers when addressing technical content
    • Participate in a modeled NYBEST lesson
    • Examine practices and strategies for creating basic skills lessons to support technical content

    Are you piloting a integrated healthcare training or integrated E.M.T. program? Learn about one of LaGuardia’s most successful NYBEST programs, Supporting Adults through Vocational EMT Training (S.A.V.E EMT Program).

    • Examine NYBEST curriculum development process>
    • Create adaptations to your own curriculum development process

    Created in partnership with World Education, this online course can host a cohort of educators from one institution or individuals interested in taking the first steps towards implementing contextualized instruction.



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    Designing Integrated Training Programs Workshops
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    • Create lessons that integrate basic skills development into technical training curriculum.
    • Explore methods to develop basic academic skills using technical training content.
    • Learn how to accelerate student progress.





    Get assistance piloting your new integrated education and training programs in order to build a strong foundation. For established integrated training programs, receive support to focus your efforts and create a community of professional practitioners.

    • Explore national research and rationale behind integrated training
    • Examine LaGuardia integrated training programs’ best practices, including the importance of intake, team teaching and curriculum
    • Participate in and analyze modeled lessons from NYBEST programs
    • Develop classroom activities and program adaptations for implementation

    Collaborative planning and strong team teaching are essential to the success of the I-BEST instructional model. Explore key team teaching practices and examine various instructional models.

    • Define and examine key practices to team teaching
    • Examine integrated instructional models

    Are you piloting a integrated healthcare training or integrated E.M.T. program? Learn about one of LaGuardia’s most successful NYBEST programs, Supporting Adults through Vocational EMT Training (S.A.V.E EMT Program).

    • Explore SAVE E.M.T.'s integrated program model and strategies for improved practice
    • Examine SAVE classroom and program materials and analyze contextualized career development literacy activities

    LaGuardia’s Center for Immigrant Education and Training (CIET) has been a national leader in contextualizing English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) curricula for a variety of workforce sectors. Explore curricula and classroom materials from different CIET classrooms, and examine strategies used in teaching English Language Learners (ELLs).

    • Review lesson samples and activities from CIET classrooms
    • Examine strategies to deepen and scaffold ELL students’ learning
    • contextualized career development literacy activities and lessons from LaGuardia's Bridge to College and Careers Program
    • Explore and develop ways career advisement and literacy can be further integrated

    Supporting and scaffolding integrated basic skills lessons to support technical content is key to a successful I-BEST style classroom. Discover various teaching practices and strategies used to support Adult Basic Education learners in LaGuardia’s NYBEST classrooms as they study complex technical content.

    • Define strategies and student barriers when addressing technical content
    • Participate in a modeled NYBEST lesson
    • Examine practices and strategies for creating basic skills lessons to support technical content

    What is the process behind creating an integrated curriculum? Examine key steps and considerations in the integrated training curriculum development process involved in creating LaGuardia's NYBEST curricula.

    • Examine NYBEST curriculum development process>
    • Create adaptations to your own curriculum development process

    Time and support are the biggest benefits of this hybrid course. Immerse yourself in the design and implementation process of contextualized curricula while you develop and pilot a contextualized lesson (or unit) and build a community of practitioners. CCPI trainers support you during this course through online discussions, two-separate curriculum coaching calls, in-person workshops, and during the culminating contextualized curriculum showcase.

    • Develop and deepen your understanding of the theory and practice of contextualized instruction
    • Participate in a modeled contextualized lesson from a LaGuardia Bridge to College and Careers classroom
    • Analyze components of a contextualized lesson and connect them to the larger curriculum development process


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    Thinking in the Disciplines Workshops
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    • Examine science or social studies content knowledge demands in the new basic skills education environment 
    • Explore CCPI’s approach to developing basic skills within the context of key science or social studies concepts.





    LaGuardia’s Center for Immigrant Education and Training (CIET) has been a national leader in contextualizing English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) curricula for a variety of workforce sectors. Explore curricula and classroom materials from different CIET classrooms, and examine strategies used in teaching English Language Learners (ELLs).

    • Review lesson samples and activities from CIET classrooms
    • Examine strategies to deepen and scaffold ELL students’ learning
    • contextualized career development literacy activities and lessons from LaGuardia's Bridge to College and Careers Program
    • Explore and develop ways career advisement and literacy can be further integrated

    Supporting and scaffolding integrated basic skills lessons to support technical content is key to a successful I-BEST style classroom. Discover various teaching practices and strategies used to support Adult Basic Education learners in LaGuardia’s NYBEST classrooms as they study complex technical content.

    • Define strategies and student barriers when addressing technical content
    • Participate in a modeled NYBEST lesson
    • Examine practices and strategies for creating basic skills lessons to support technical content

    Are you piloting a integrated healthcare training or integrated E.M.T. program? Learn about one of LaGuardia’s most successful NYBEST programs, Supporting Adults through Vocational EMT Training (S.A.V.E EMT Program).

    • Examine NYBEST curriculum development process>
    • Create adaptations to your own curriculum development process

    Time and support are the biggest benefits of this hybrid course. Immerse yourself in the design and implementation process of contextualized curricula while you develop and pilot a contextualized lesson (or unit) and build a community of practitioners. CCPI trainers support you during this course through online discussions, two-separate curriculum coaching calls, in-person workshops, and during the culminating contextualized curriculum showcase.

    • Develop and deepen your understanding of the theory and practice of contextualized instruction
    • Participate in a modeled contextualized lesson from a LaGuardia Bridge to College and Careers classroom
    • Analyze components of a contextualized lesson and connect them to the larger curriculum development process

    Created in partnership with World Education, this online course can host a cohort of educators from one institution or individuals interested in taking the first steps towards implementing contextualized instruction.