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•Mathematical content knowledge about the content being taught over the course of the year, the teachers will participate in rich mathematical tasks will cover all of the CCSS that are related Number and Operations and Number Systems.
•Pedagogical knowledge about effective teaching strategies for students to learn the content.
•Curricular knowledge about effective sequencing and scaffolding of content to help students make mathematical connections.
The audience for this course is 6th-8th grade teachers.
•Working more with formulas/functions
•Develop a district implementation plan and timeline
•Become oriented to the School ADvance evaluation tools (e.g., rubrics, processes, and protocols)
•Begin to align and adapt rubrics to specific job responsibilities
•Receive guidance on weighting according to goals and priorities
•Explore how to identify, collect, and verify evidence of performance
•Develop a summative profile and rating
•Support a formative evaluation process and growth plan
•Discuss ways to build a local growth model
Audience for this workshop is Superintendents and Administrators.
Participants should bring a laptop computer.
•Cohort I will read and dialogue on Esparza & Rouse’s “Breaking the Poverty Barrier: Changing Students’ Lives with Passion, Perseverance & Performance” (2012)
•Cohort II will read and dialogue on Eric Jensen’s “Engaging Students with Poverty in Mind” (2013).
Teachers are increasingly challenged to help students of poverty reach their achievement goals.
Registration fee included additional materials, refreshments and the book. Come join us as we explore this topic together. Participants can register for Cohort 1 or 2 or both.
For additional information, contact: Virginia Winters, Equity, Culture, and Engagement Consultant @ 734-334-1582, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The audience for this course is Leader Series for Learners - Cohort 4 Year 1.
•Help students with various support needs build independence
•Collect data, learn when to collect data and the purpose of data collection
•Collaborate more effectively with classroom and building teams
•Utilize a strategy toolkit to help negotiate the paraprofessional workforce
The audience for this series are paraprofessionals who work with students eligible for special education
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