Academic vocabulary is a key to college and career readiness. Learn evidence-based methods to embed new terms in your students’ reading, writing, speaking, and listening vocabulary. Words are powerful!
Keep your finger on the pulse of your classroom with formative assessments. This course will equip you with quick and practical tools you can use immediately to track students through learning progressions.
Years of research show that cooperative learning strategies lead to improved academics, behavior, attendance, self-confidence, and motivation. Learn powerful techniques for helping mixed-ability groups of students reach their highest potential!
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Are you searching for a way to build writing fluency and help your students learn to incorporate textual evidence in their writing without spending hours grading? Come bring your questions about writing with an online program.
Presented by Kim Rathke, Formative Assessment Specialist – USBE
All participants will receive relicensure points and a copy of the presenter’s reference book: Close Writing: Developing Purposeful Writers in Grades 2-6
January 10, 2017; 4:30 – 6:00 in the Kendell PDC
Daron Kennett: firstname.lastname@example.org 801-402-5148
Elizabeth Alldridge: email@example.com 801-402-5304