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This 2-day series addresses the key concerns all math educators are planning for right now. In this session, we will discuss the difference between surface, deep, and transfer learning and which strategies are best for each phase of learning.
How to fit everything in the ever shrinking Literacy Block? This 3 hour workshop will guide you in weaving the Writer Workshop model in with your Reading; assuring a seamless integration between Reading and Writing.
Recent research has found that timed tests are not the best way to support mastery of basic math facts, but we know that mastery is important. So if not timed tests… then what?
Employability skills are critical in a child not only finding academic success but happiness and success in life. STEM challenges are already an integrated approach with real-world applications. This session will include ideas to address self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationship skills, and responsible decision-making. Nurturing these skills through intentional activities in the classroom help children take responsibility for their actions and make good choices in academia and beyond.
Today’s students must be proficient in science regardless of their intended career path. Science proficiency involves more than an understanding of important concepts, it also involves being able to “do” science. This includes being able to use scientific explanations to solve problems, to generate and evaluate scientific explanations and arguments, and to communicate in an effective manner.
ILEARN begins April 18, 2022. Dr. Michelle Grewe will lead this 3 hour virtual presentation to provide school leaders with a review of the many moving parts involved with organizing the preparatory tasks of statewide testing.
This 3 hour session will give teachers clear explanations on how to prepare for and administer ILEARN. This training will provide new teachers with a holistic view of the statewide test and provide experienced teachers with a comprehensive review and resources they may be unfamiliar with.
The Kindergarten year is an important year for the foundational learning of early math skills and concepts, especially in the areas of number sense and computation.
First grade is an important year for the foundational learning of early math skills and concepts, especially in the areas of number sense and computation.
This self-paced course will help teachers fine tune the great things already going on in their instruction. You will focus on strategies for both the teacher and to help students become more independent thinkers and problem solvers.
Whether you have 40 minutes or 90 minutes in your daily schedule, you know that every minute of a Math Workshop matters. In this Workshop, participants will engage in collaborative learning about the 8 Effective Mathematics Teaching Practices (NCTM) and high-impact teaching strategies that help teachers and students make the most of each part of the Math Workshop.
Join this live, virtual presentation and support opportunity to learn with Dr. Michelle Grewe from NIESC (Northern Indiana Educational Services Center). The information in this workshop is appropriate for superintendents, principals, curriculum and assessment directors, instructional coaches, and teachers who track, analyze, and apply data.
Imagine if School Improvement Plans genuinely guided the work for your school to make transformational and measurable change. Reimagining our approach to developing School Improvement Plan goals, allows us to create authentic, transformative, and actionable steps which inspire buy-in at all levels of the school and into the community.
Student-Centered Coaching introduces a novel way of delivering instructional coaching that puts the needs of students’ front-and-center.