Teacher Resources

CVACE Health Screener

Daily Health Screener 

 Dependent Adult Abuse Reporting:

Mental Health Guide

A Mental Health Guide for Adult Literacy Facilitators  Click here for Guide

Mid-Alameda County Adult Ed Consortium

CVACE is a participant in the Mid-Alameda County Adult Ed Consortium.  Learn more here!

Computer Assessment

For those teachers that would like to give their students a short computer self-evaluation please visit: Computer Evaluation

Google Training

This is a link for teachers only to use the Castro Valley Adult School's Docs: Google Docs
Google Training Videos and more

Writing Frames

Click on the link below for Writing Frames

Lesson Plan Template and Planning

Adult Ed - General

The Outreach and Technical Assistance Network provides California Adult school teachers with the following resources:

  • Teaching tools and resources including lesson plans
  • Technology Media
  • Research and references
  • Laws and legislation
  • Electronic forum for information exchange

CALPRO has set the following overarching objectives:

  • To plan and provide high-quality professional development opportunities for adult educators;
  • To develop, maintain, and support a regional structure for delivery of professional development services through state Professional Development Centers;
  • To enhance the quality of instructional services delivered to adult learners, ultimately resulting in learning gains.

The mission of the California Council for Adult Education is to take the leadership role in promoting adult education, providing professional development, and effecting change to best serve the needs and interests of adult education, the CCAE membership, and the people of California. Enrollment is open to teachers, support staff, students and alumni.

CCAE-Bay Sectionwww.ccaestate.org/bay covers Alameda, Contra Costa, Del Norte, Humboldt Lake, Marin, Mendocino, Monterey, Napa, San Benito, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, San Mateo, Sonoma, and Trinity Counties.


California Teachers of English to Speakers of Another Language mission is to promote excellence in education for English language learners and a high quality professional environment for their teachers. CATESOL represents teachers of English language learners throughout California and Nevada, at all levels and in all learning environments. CATESOL provides conference and resources to:

  • Improve teacher preparation and provide opportunities which further professional expertise
  • Promote sound, research-based education policy and practices
  • Increase awareness of the strengths and needs of English language learners
  • Promote appreciation of diverse linguistic and cultural backgrounds.

CATESOL lists dozens of teacher resources under the Resources pull down menu.

Adult Basic Education

Alameda County Library: For various online learning resources, search in the A-Z Guides under Research.

AC Library Adult Literacy Program

Adult Secondary Education


Adults With Disabilities

A to Z Teacher Stuff
Find lessons, themes, tip worksheet makers etc. Visit: http://atozteacherstuff.com

RAFT Resources Area for Teaching
A non-profit organization was founded in 1994 in California, USA. RAFT's main focus is to inspire, engage and educate children through the power of hands-on teaching. As Mary Simon, RAFT Founder & Executive Director states, "If kids don't learn the way we teach, then we have to teach them the way they learn. Visit: www.raft.net

Career and Technical Education

Computer-Using Educators, Inc.
CUE provides leadership and support to advance student achievement in the educational technology community. Visit the website: www.cue.org

CVACE ASE/ABE Student Update Form

This form was previously known as the " Leaver form"



ASE and ABE Online Registration Form - 2017-2018

Online Registration Form


A Mental Health Guide for Adult Literacy Facilitators

Resource Guide

Counseling Referral Form by Teacher

For Students

For Staff



Castro Valley Adult and Career Education

Serving the community since 1969

4430 Alma Avenue
Castro Valley, CA 94546
P: 510-886-1000
F: 510-537-8537
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