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Curriculum Mapping

About This Course There are many research-based models designed to cultivate curriculum and instruction decision making. This includes creating an environment where educators and students are involved in the act of learning, including: students as learners, teachers as learners, teachers…
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Expository Writing

About This Course Understanding the new direction of expository writing includes a focus on higher-order thinking questioning, answering the right questions, formal writing process, and using graphic organizers as a tool for expository writing. During this course, the Toulmin Writing…
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Five Essential Instructional Shifts for Supporting Rigorous Standards

About This Course This course covers the five essential instructional shifts that emphasize mathematical practices and the content they support, emphasizing how authentic video in classrooms enhances these shifts. In addition, participants will engage with high cognitive demand tasks and…
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Five Essential Instructional Shifts for Supporting Rigorous Standards

About This Course This course covers the five essential instructional shifts that emphasize mathematical practices and the content they support, emphasizing how authentic video in classrooms enhances these shifts. In addition, participants will engage with high cognitive demand tasks and…
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Implementing Close Reading: What Administrators and Teachers Need to Know and Do

This workshop demonstrates how to address key challenges facing schools when looking at implementing college and career readiness skills in the area of close reading.

Cross-Curriculum Implementation of Technology

This workshop empowers all K-12 teachers to use standards-based instruction that integrates technology and digital tools.