Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities: Top Choices for ELA and Social Studies
posted by: Ruthie | February 21, 2014, 05:11 PM   

 

February 20, 2014, 3 pm ET; Webinar, Common Core Learning Network ELA2; Join the ASCD Virtual Learning Network (VLN), a new teacher network that provides ongoing virtual professional development training for educators in the instructional shifts of the Common Core State Standards. Through a series of webinars led byASCD faculty experts in Mathematics, ELA, Science, and Social Studies standards, teachers will explore how to implement the standards in their classrooms. Each webinar is structured around a ‘problem of practice’ and teachers will engage with resources that can be used in the classroom. ASCD (Free)


February 25, 2014, 4 pm ET;
Webinar, Research with Rigor: Guided Inquiry Design Reaching to the Higher Expectations of the Core; In this webinar, we will dig into what is rigor and where research surfaces within Guided Inquiry. By the end of the session, you'll have new insights on rigor, learning, and strategies to design learning using an inquiry process. If that's not enough, we'll talk about how to increase student engagement and see how literacy is woven throughout.  Sound like a worthwhile jam packed hour? Join us! EdWeb (Free).

March 5, 2014, 2 pm ET;
Webinar, Helping At-Risk Students Develop Literacy Skills; Join Peggy Coyne, a research scientist at the Center for Applied Special Technology in Wakefield, Mass., and Katherine McKnight, a consultant and former teacher, for a discussion of how universal design for learning, assistive technology, and differentiated instruction can help struggling readers at all grade levels. Education Week (Free).

March 13, 2014, 7 pm ET
; Webinar, Teaching Richard Wright’s Black Boy; Black Boy is one of the most famous, and one of the most controversial, autobiographies by an American writer. In some ways, it has a traditional narrative trajectory: from innocence to experience, from small town to big city, from repression to autonomy. Yet in its intricate meshing of life in the barbaric Jim Crow South with the angst of growing up misunderstood and maltreated by his family and peers, Black Boy is both a testament against racism and one of the great accounts of adolescent rebellion; National Humanities Center ($35).

March 26 – 28, 2014;
Washington, DC, 2014; National Writing Project Spring Meeting, Plan to participate in the NWP Spring Meeting professional development on Friday with Matt Williams, Educational Technologist at KQED, the Bay Area's award-winning PBS affiliate and coordinator of KQED's Do Now program, open to all, in which youth use Twitter to engage in academic discussion and argument on topics in the news; National Writing Project.

 

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