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2014-15 Professional Development Opportunities


Courses are designed to strengthen content understanding of fundamental physical science concepts while addressing multiple aspects of the PGES Framework for Teaching. Experience activities as a learner that promote concept understanding, and discuss implications for best practice and highly effective teaching with other professionals during these 1-day courses.
2 Locations!
Lexington details here: www.rsvpbook.com/fall2014shortcourses
Western KY details here: www.rsvpbook.com/wkecshortcourses

Instructional leaders: principals, curriculum directors/coordinators, math coaches and math specialists: Are your Math scores where you would like them to be? Why is there a glaring disconnect between student learning and achievement? Instructional leaders are invited to explore tools designed to determine the extent of implementation of the KCAS and the Standards for Mathematical Practice and become familiar with the Instructional Implementation Sequence: Attaining the CCSS Mathematical Practices Engagement Strategies.
More details and registration here: www.rsvpbook.com/mathprogram

Courses are designed to strengthen content understanding of the KCCS mathematics content standards and Standards for Mathematical Practice. Participants will make connections to the PGES framework for teaching, examine misconceptions and learn how to design experiences to confront these misconceptions, experience activities as a learner that promotes conceptual understanding, and engage in discourse around the implications for best practice and highly effective teaching with other professionals.
More details and registration here: www.rsvpbook.com/mathshortcourses

This four-day Action Research Project is designed to strengthen understanding of the elements of formative assessment and the development of a learning culture within the mathematics classroom. Participants will explore learning objectives, goal setting, success criteria, effective questions and feedback, growth vs. fixed mindset, and PGES connections. Teams will be comprised of 2 math teachers from the same school, any grade level K-12, who have a keen interest in formative assessment and are fully committed to making changes to their practice. Administrators will also receive training support.
More details and registration here: www.rsvpbook.com/mathARP

 


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