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Posted April 1, 2018

Curriculum & Instruction Summer Workshops 2018

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Curriculum & Instruction Workshops

Curriculum and Instruction Summer Professional Development for principals and teachers is available this summer. Sign up in E.R.O.

May 24-25

T3 Summer Math       

  • Promoting Productive Struggle That Leads to Understanding- a focus on conceptual math
  • Location: Sandia HS Math &Science Bldg.
  • Stipend: No, Registration fee covered

June 5-7          

CORE Literacy          

  • A foundational reading skills workshop for all grades covering the early grade basics as well as adolescent literacy and intervention topics         
  • Location: Crown Plaza Hotel
  • Stipend: Yes

June 6             

SpringBoard Writing 

  • College and career ready writing through vertically articulated, skills-based direct instruction      
  • Location: Nex+Gen Academy Rm 202 & 203
  • Stipend: Yes

June 7 

SpringBoard Close Reading  

  • Strategies to help students engage with complex texts in a meaningful way
  • Location: Nex+Gen Academy Rm 202 & 203
  • Stipend: Yes

June 8 

SpringBoard Course Planning           

  • Supports for teachers in strategic planning of student-centered instructional units  
  • Location: Nex+Gen Academy Rm 202 & 203
  • Stipend: Yes

July 19

Lucy Calkins Writing

  • A K-8 system for supporting rigorous and highly engaging writing assignments    
  • Location: Rankin Center
  • Stipend: Yes

July 24-25      

Jensen Teaching with Poverty in Mind         

  • This training is designed for teachers and school teams who did not attend last summer’s training. This training will address how chronic exposure to poverty detrimentally affects the brain and what educators can do about it.
  • Location: Convention Center
  • Stipend: Yes

July 26-27      

Jensen Teaching with Poverty in Mind

  • This training is designed for teachers and school teams who did not attend last summer’s training. This training will address how chronic exposure to poverty detrimentally affects the brain and what educators can do about it.
  • Location: Convention Center
  • Stipend: Yes

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