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Career Technical Education Department Professional Development for all CTE teachers on January 4th.

The CTE department has been requested by the district to provide the Professional Development Training for all CTE teachers on January 4, 2016. This will be in lieu of any Professional Development Training your school may be having. You must RSVP to Germaine at mckercher@aps.edu by Friday, December 11th so we may have a proper count for space. The training will be held at The Crowne Plaza, 1901 University Blvd. N.E. It is located just south of Menaul on University.

When
Jan 04, 2016
from 08:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Where The Crowne Plaza, 1901 University Blvd. N.E.
Contact Name
Contact Phone 505-855-5280
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December 3, 2015

 

TO:  All CTE Teachers

 

FROM:  Dr. Sheryl Williams, CTE Coordinator      

                                                       

RE:  January 4th, 2015 Professional Development Day

                  Revised time 8:00-11:30

 

The CTE department has been requested by the district to provide the Professional Development Training for all CTE teachers on January 4, 2016.  This will be in lieu of any Professional Development Training your school may be having.  You must RSVP to Germaine at mckercher@aps.edu by Friday, December 11th so we may have a proper count for space.  The training will be held at The Crowne Plaza, 1901 University Blvd. N.E.  It is located just south of Menaul on University.

 

As many of you are aware last year we did project based learning and provided observations and feedback.  We have completed a synopsis of your Common Core Project Based Learning Using Mathematics and English Language Professional Development.  The training on the 4th will be a follow up on taking project-based learning deeper.  You will receive a report that shows how CTE teachers have developed focused learning experiences that integrate course content with Common Core Standards. 

 

You have created lessons using project-based learning principles that combine your content fields with Common Core Standards in Math and Language Arts to create teacher designed projects for students.

 

However, there are several more levels that have proven to have more dramatic effects on developing deep learning for students and shaping decisions about their futures. 

 

This workshop will help you understand how to transform the initial projects into student designed projects. 

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