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Monday, November 19
 

7:30am

Breakfast Gym (Everyone)
Monday November 19, 2018 7:30am - 8:15am
Gym

8:15am

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8:30am

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8:30am

8:30am

Inclusion MS-Research Inquiry "How & where does Rigor and Relevance live in my classroom?"
Speakers
RM

Richard Matas

Inclusion Specialist, PUC Schools
Inclusion Coach / Inclusion Teacher , PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 8:30am - 10:15am
TCA 137

8:30am

8:30am

8:30am

8:30am

8:30am

8:30am

8:30am

10:30am

Arts - Dance - Collaborative Planning with Contents
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers

Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
Theatre

10:30am

Arts - Music - Collaborative Planning with Contents
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers

Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCA 116 (Music Room)

10:30am

Arts - Theater - Collaborative Planning with Contents
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers

Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCA 120

10:30am

Arts - Visual - Collaborative Planning with Contents
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers

Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
LCHS 206 (Art Room)

10:30am

ATP Residents
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers

Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCA 100

10:30am

ELA (MS) L.A. Region - Collaborative Planning with Contents
Limited Capacity seats available


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCA 150

10:30am

ELA (MS) Valley Region - Collaborative Planning with Contents
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers

Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCA152

10:30am

ELA HS - Collaborative Planning with Content Teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
avatar for Shannon Koerner

Shannon Koerner

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCHS 101

10:30am

Elementary - CCE - Collaborative Planning with Contents
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
JV

Jocelyn Velez

Principal, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCA 128

10:30am

Elementary - Milagro - Collaborative Planning with Contents
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
SR

Sascha Robinett

Principal, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCA 133

10:30am

History HS - Collaborative Planning with Content Teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
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Randy Boykins

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCHS 102

10:30am

History MS - Collaborative Planning with Content Teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
PD

Phil Deans

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCA 124

10:30am

Inclusion HS - Collaborative Planning with Content Teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers

Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCHS 110

10:30am

Inclusion MS - Collaborative Planning with Content Teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
RM

Richard Matas

Inclusion Specialist, PUC Schools
Inclusion Coach / Inclusion Teacher , PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCA 137

10:30am

Math HS - Collaborative Planning with Content Teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
avatar for John Freeman

John Freeman

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCHS 108

10:30am

Math MS - Collaborative Planning with Content Teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
JD

Jessica Delgadillo

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCA 127

10:30am

PE (MS & HS) - Collaborative Planning with Content Teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
DM

Douglas Mejia

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCHS 226

10:30am

Science HS - Collaborative Planning with Content Teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
avatar for Aracely Lopez

Aracely Lopez

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCHS 109

10:30am

Science MS - Collaborative Planning with Content Teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
avatar for Nicole Garza

Nicole Garza

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCA 126

10:30am

Spanish - Collaborative Planning with Content Teams
Limited Capacity seats available

Speakers
LV

Laura Valenzuela

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 10:30am - 11:45am
TCHS 112

11:45am

Lunch Gym (Everyone)
Monday November 19, 2018 11:45am - 12:30pm
Gym

12:30pm

ATP Mentor - Resident Seminar
Limited Capacity seats available

Planning for the upcoming take-over! Bring your planning supplies

 Applicability: 
  • ATP Mentor & Residents Only 


TCRP Indicators:
4.3 Working with colleagues

CRT Connection:
Learning Partnerships

Speakers

Monday November 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:45pm
TCA 100

12:30pm

Clean, Green, and Serene: How to transition to a paperless classroom.
Limited Capacity full

Do you ever get tired of the piles of papers you collect and end up sitting on your desk?
Have you ever had a student call you out and ask why you use so much paper, when we are all supposed to be trying to be more environmentally friendly?
This year, I embarked on transforming my science class into a digital classroom.  Every day assignments, projects, and even assessments are done on the computer, and returned to students with grades, on the computer.  Learn how to set up your digital classroom where students can receive feedback in real time, and follow through on your feedback in real time, all while building students’ skills working with technology.

Applicability:
Grade level:  All grades
Content:  All contents
Beginner/Intermediate:  Basic working knowledge of Google Drive and Google Classroom is helpful.

TCRP Indicators:
1.2B Creating cognitively engaging learning experiences for students
3.3D Resources and Instructional Materials

CRT Connection:
Information Processing
Building Intrinsic Motivation


Speakers
DS

Dana Salg

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:45pm
TCA 127

12:30pm

Info-graphics: Literacy in the Age of Social Media
Limited Capacity seats available

Students engage with images and information daily on the Internet, primarily on social media outlets such as Instagram, Snapchat, Facebook, and Twitter.  So often in our society these websites are looked at as the downfall of our culture: fake news spreading constantly, text-speak dominating discourse, the curse of the 280 character limit.  What if teachers, instead of turning their noses up at social media, embraced our students’ foundational knowledge of it and used it to enhance literacy?  In this session, we are going to explore how to research credible sources to create infographics about important and pressing current event issues in order for students to be agents of change.  

Applicability: 
  • Good for 9-12
  • Good for any content
  • Any level of familiarity

TCRP Indicators:
3.3D - Instructional resources
3.5A - Assessments 

CRT Connection:
Information Processing
Higher-Order Thinking


Speakers
avatar for Renee Terrebonne

Renee Terrebonne

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:45pm
TCA 126

12:30pm

Metacognition through Annotations
Limited Capacity seats available

Do you have an annotation guide that your students rarely follow? Are your students writing annotations such as, "what's this?" or not making annotations at all? Do you sometimes wonder, "why do they even have to annotate?"
Visit my session to receive:
-an annotation rubric that helps students practice metacognition on their own annotations
-realistic strategies on how to conference with students about their annotations
-time to implement strategies for tomorrow's class!

Applicability:
Teachers of literacy, grades 5-8

TCRP Indicators:
3.1C Criteria of Success
3.4 B Feedback to Students

CRT Approach:
Information Processing

Speakers
CR

Cyndi Reyes

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:45pm
TCA 150

12:30pm

Part 1 Role of Trust in Transformative Coaching. Information Processing, Learning, Partnerships
Limited Capacity seats available

This session is designed for Induction or content  Mentors.  Mentors will have reading and processing time to digest the texts from Elena Aguilar's Art of Coaching on building trust with their mentees. This first session is a working session in preparation for Part 2 (see Session 4).

Applicability:
Mentors

TCRP Indicators:
4.3 Working with colleagues

CRT Connection:
Learning Partnerships

Speakers
avatar for Karman Mak

Karman Mak

Induction


Monday November 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:45pm
TCA 152

12:30pm

Student -Driven Teacher Guided: Using Student Centered Learning to Create Positive Interactions with Students
Limited Capacity full

Picture this: you’re teaching a lesson and eyes are glazing over, students start to have side conversations and you are getting frustrated. It feels like there is minimal motivation and no personal connections.  What do you do?
Join me as we discuss ways to engage students so that the above experience doesn’t happen to you!
In this session, teachers will
  • experience two student centered strategies that they could apply into their classrooms to establish positive interactions with the content and with each other.
  • discuss strategies to learn about their students to let their natural gifts and talents flourish

Applicability:
Grade level: All grades
Content: All contents
Level: Beginners

TCRP Indicators
2.3A: Teacher/Student Relationships
2.3B: Student/Student Relationships


CRT Connection:
Building Intrinsic Motivation



Speakers
SB

Stephanie Bettran

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:45pm
TCA 128

12:30pm

Teaching with the End Game in Mind - Linking Career/Employability Skills to Content
Limited Capacity seats available

“I am so thankful the skills that we are learning in this lesson apply directly to my future career success” said no kids ever, UNTIL NOW!

**Teachers will integrate explicit career skills connections within their content in order to help students become more confident and competitive career applicants
**Teachers will be provided strategies to utilize Naviance to build connections, and identify students’ next steps in career & college readiness.

Applicability:
  • High School Teachers & Inclusion Specialists
  • Must have Naviance login 
*Contact n.murphy@PUCNational.org if you need Naviance assistance (new or existing account support)

TCRP Indicators:
3.1 B - Connections between the current learning objectives and the students prior and future learning to further students understanding of the content material.

CRT Connection:
Building Intrinsic Motivation

Speakers
NM

Nicole Murphy

Director of College Access


Monday November 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:45pm
TCA 137

12:30pm

The Fishbowl Experience: Structure that Drives Discourse in the Classroom
Limited Capacity seats available

Are you looking to integrate more academic discourse into your classroom? Do you want a specific structure to help facilitate discussion?  How about a Fishbowl?!

The Fishbowl technique allows for a richer discussion of any given topic, and it frequently helps build community by focusing attention on the ways that particular group might work together more productively.
In this session, teachers will learn about and participate in a Fishbowl discussion and have an opportunity to begin planning their own Fishbowl activity in a current or upcoming unit.

Session Objectives:
  • Participate in a Fishbowl Discussion
  • Identify an opportunity to integrate Fishbowl strategy into current / next unit
  • Use resources to plan out your next Fishbowl
Applicability:
All Grade Levels
All Content
Beginner / Intermediate facilitation of class discussion

TCRP Indicators
3.3A Academic Discourse

CRT Connection:
Learning Partnerships

Speakers
avatar for Reid Anderson

Reid Anderson

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:45pm
LCHS 207

12:30pm

The Ultimate Co-Teaching Start Up Kit: Using Inclusion Supports Effectively
Limited Capacity full

Did you know that inclusion can support the needs of students with AND without special needs? Ever wonder what the 2nd teacher in the classroom can do for your students?

In this session:
Teachers collaborate with inclusion staff to integrate four strategies into their lesson structure to increase student learning in the inclusive classroom.
Participants will walk away with:
  • A plan to maximize inclusion support in their classroom
  • Ways to adapt four strategies into their everyday practices to support both the teachers and students in the room.
  • Engage in thoughtful reflection about current inclusive practices.

Applicability:
General Education Teachers  and Inclusion Specialists

TCRP Indicators:
ITDS 3.2A interactions between general educators and special educators.
TDS 3.2A Lesson Structure
TDS 3.4A Checking for understanding and adjusting instruction.

CRT Connection:
Information Processing


Speakers
SB

Sarah Ballard

Inclusion Specialist, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:45pm
TCA 133

12:30pm

Tired of Unmotivated Students? Moving Students from "I Can't" to "I will Try": Being a Model of Intrinsic Motivation
Limited Capacity full

You are assigned to Inspire! As an Educator we can use our personal stories, our own sources of motivation and positive redirection to encourage students to do their best work. By modeling intrinsic motivation and using these as strategies, it will encourage our students to use them for themselves.
Teachers will identify
**personal stories they can use to model intrinsic motivation,
**mantras they will share with students and
**what connected feedback looks like in their classroom to encourage students finding their own inspiration to work hard and persistent.  

These strategies will build on TCRP Framework that encourages establishing a culture of respect and rapport which supports emotional safety, smooth transitions and routines based on interactions with teacher and students.


Applicability: 
  • K-12
  • All Contents
  • Beginner/ New to Teaching or Desire to learn a new strategy to use in the classroom.


TCRP Indicators:
2.3A Interactions between teachers and students
2.4A Routines, Procedures and Transitions

CRT Connection:
Building Intrinsic Motivation



Speakers
avatar for Malik  McMillian

Malik McMillian

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:45pm
TCA 139

12:30pm

What Should Math Talk, Sound and Look Like?
Limited Capacity seats available

How do you get your students to talk more in math class? What about the students that like to work independently, how can we get them to help their teammates without giving the answers? How can we build confidence in students who just don’t feel they are good at math?

Join me in this session to discuss math motivation and teacher moves to get students not only talking about math but feeling confident in their math abilities.
Teachers will analyze:
  • A variety of activities with student samples to build academic language and motivation.
  • Activities on questioning from low stakes to gathering data to adjust instruction the day.

Applicability:
Grade level: All grades
Content: All contents: (but data and samples geared towards Math)
Level: Beginner to Expert
(Teachers will have access on how to set up their lessons for beginning teachers up to gathering data for veteran teachers to immediately adjust their lesson the day of.)

TCRP Indicators
3.3A Questioning
3.3B Academic Language

CRT Connection:
Building Intrinsic Motivation

Speakers
avatar for Celia Ramos

Celia Ramos

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 12:30pm - 1:45pm
TCA 154

2:00pm

Better, Faster, Stronger Data-Driven IEPs: Using the Google Platform to Streamline your Data Collection Systems
Limited Capacity seats available

Do you dread writing IEPs? Are you struggling to find enough data to write well-informed IEPs? Would you like to streamline your IEP data collection systems to write your IEPs more efficiently?
I’ve always enjoyed facilitating IEP meetings because of the targeted discussion and collaboration between students, parents, teachers, service providers and administrators.  However, I used to dread writing and preparing for IEP meetings.

This session will focus on using the Google platform, especially Google Classroom to streamline the way we collect data and write well-informed IEPs.
Outcomes:
  • Create or adapt a digital data collection system that streamlines the PLP collection process to write date-driven IEPs.
  • Collaborate on Inclusion data collection practices with colleagues.

Applicability:
Inclusion Specialists of all grade levels

ITDS Indicator:
1.1.A - Selection of assessment data sources

CRT Connection:
Learning Partnerships

Speakers
JD

Jessey Duran

Inclusion Specialist, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
TCA 126

2:00pm

Bite-Size ELD: Mini Lessons to Boost Student Writing
Limited Capacity filling up

Have you ever felt overwhelmed when noticing mechanical or grammatical errors in students’ writing? Do you ever think that targeted mechanics and grammar lessons might make a huge difference in students’ writing but don’t know how to start or where to find the time? Then mini lessons might be the solution for you!
Objectives:
  • Teachers identify an opportunity for targeted language instruction in their existing curriculum (based on a current struggle around writing).
  • Teachers will be able to develop a mini lesson to strategically teach a language skill in a content-specific lesson to enhance English language development.
Teachers will leave with a template to plan future mini lessons so they can strategically support language needs of students designated as English learners.

Applicability:
Grades 4-12
Particularly applicable to ELA, history, & science teachers
Please bring a student writing sample (hard copy or digital for your own analysis).

TCRP Indicators:
1.2 B) Designing and sequencing of learning experiences
1.2 C) Creating cognitively engaging learning experiences for students

CRT Connection:
Information Processing



Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
TCA 128

2:00pm

Competing Narratives: Using Multiple Narratives to Analyze historical Bias
Limited Capacity seats available

Are you struggling to support students analyze multiple documents? Do students blindly assume that a document is credible just because you gave it to them? In this session, teachers will learn how to push students to critically evaluate multiple accounts of the same historical narrative.

In this workshop, participants will
**Recognize the value of presenting multiple narratives of a single historical account.
**Practice strategies to analyze word choice in order to evaluate the purpose and message of a given narrative.
**Apply one or more of these strategies to their own classrooms

Applicability:
Ideal for History teachers, also applicable for English teachers
Middle school or high school

TCRP Indicators:
3.2B - Cognitive Level of Student Learning Experiences
3.3B - Academic Discourse

CRT Connection:
Higher Order Thinking

Speakers

Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
TCA 137

2:00pm

Hook 'em, Keep 'em, Love 'em: Building Relationships to Foster Emotional Safety in the Classroom
Limited Capacity full

In this session we will explore strategies and best practices to start building those relationships that can lead to your classroom becoming an emotionally safe space for learning and growing.
My goal is for teachers to walk away with 1-2 strategies you will use right away to start or to deepen relationships with 2 students.
What to look forward to:
  • Establishing Classroom Culture
  • Games/Puzzles/Brain Teasers/Riddles
  • Shared experiences
  • Reaching “that one” student
  • Magic….what!?!?

Applicability: 
*All grades and content
*Beginners in the area of student relationships.
Please bring a picture of one thing in your room that you love (on your phone). It can be a favorite poster, a decoration, a book, anything.

TCRP Indicator
2.3 A Establish a culture of respect and rapport which supports students’ emotional safety: Interactions between teachers and students

CRT Connection:
Learning Partnerships



Speakers
WM

Wade MacDonald

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
TCA 124

2:00pm

Part 2 Role of Trust in Transformative Coaching. Information Processing, Learning, Partnerships
Limited Capacity seats available

Mentors will apply and collaborate with peers to practice trust-building scenarios. *Must have attended Part 1 of "Role of Trust in Transformative Coaching" or have read the readings from Art of Coaching prior to session.  Reach out to Trish Mendinueto at t.mendinueto@pucschools.org for readings if you want to read prior and not attend Part 1. 

Applicability:
  • Mentors


TCRP Indicators:
4.3 Working with colleagues

CRT Connection:
Learning Partnerships

Speakers
avatar for Karman Mak

Karman Mak

Induction


Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
TCA 152

2:00pm

Planning for Designated ELD without going Craze-E
Limited Capacity seats available

Are you pulling your hair out wondering how to sustain your planning for Designated ELD? Are you wondering how to create engaging lessons that don’t consume all of your free time aka Netflix binging hours? Then, this session is for you! By the end of the session you will:
• Familiarize yourself with Designated ELD planning resources to support (Copies Galore for you to take home!)
o Academic Discourse
o Text Analysis of Authors’ Craft and Word Choice
o Shared Writing
• Collaborate with other Designated ELD teachers to share lesson plans
• Plan a Designated ELD Learning cycle (3-5 lessons)

Applicability: 
Grade level: 3-12
Content: Any Designated ELD Teachers
Level of familiarity with the subject of your presentation: Any level. Any teachers that attended my session at the PUC-wide are highly encouraged to attend this session to acquire more planning resources. 

TCRP Indicator
3.2a Lesson Cycle
3.2b Cognitive Engagement
3.3b Academic Discourse
3.3c Groupings 
3.3d Resources

CRT Connection:
Information Processing


Speakers
avatar for Anais Campa

Anais Campa

Assistant Principal, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
TCA 150

2:00pm

The "F" Word; Using Failures to Drive Engagement & Motivation
Limited Capacity full

How many times do you feel the “F” word while instructing, do your students feel it too?
Failure is scary. Failure is common. Failure is good!

Unfortunately, many of our students are scared of falling flat on their face. When they do, they often become disengaged and shy away from taking risks in their learning. In this session, teachers will discuss the power in talking about failure with their students and will reorganize an assignment/assessment in order to encourage students to take ownership of their failures by turning them into successes. This can be applicable for every teacher at every level but also for leaders, sports coaches, and club advisers!
Expect group work, games, rich conversation, and a bit of movement. :)

Applicability: 
  • All Grade Levels 
  • Any Content (including sports/after school activities) 
  • For any level of teaching

TCRP Indicator
2.1A Value of Challenge of Effort

CRT Connection:
Building Intrinsic Motivation


Speakers
HT

Hillary Temple

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
Theatre

2:00pm

The Process of Process
Limited Capacity full

The definition of learning is a change in behavior based on experience. Help students learn to operate in the classroom by clearly defining behaviors that improve functionality and academic performance. This is a process and is not fast, easy, or superficial.  However, it may extend or save your teaching career and sanity.  There will be no articles distributed during this session. This session does not include a PowerPoint presentation.   Blank paper will be provided.  Bring a pen.           
  • Participants will develop a system to grade classroom procedures that can help change student behaviors.

Applicability: 
All Contents and Grade Levels are welcome. 

TCRP Indicator
3.1C: Criteria For Success

CRT Connection:
Building Intrinsic Motivation

Speakers
SF

Scott Farr

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
TCA 154

2:00pm

Using Interactive Notebooks as a Tool to Support Higher Order thinking
Limited Capacity full

Have you wanted to start using interactive notebooks in the classroom but don’t know where to start? Are you currently using interactive notebooks but running into some difficulties? Have you used interactive notebooks for awhile but are looking for ways to ‘amp’ them up?

Come explore ways that interactive notebooks can help your students engage in higher order thinking skills more frequently.

Applicability:
  • All grades (K-12)
  • Content: Science, Math, and/or History
  • Level of familiarity: all welcome! (beginners, intermediaries, and experts)


TCRP Indicators:
3.2B) Cognitive level of student learning experiences
3.3D) Resources and instructional materials

CRT Connection:
Higher Order Thinking
Information Processing



Speakers
avatar for Pauline Pantazis

Pauline Pantazis

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
TCA 139

2:00pm

We Speak! Empowering our Mathematical and Scientists who are English Learners to Effectively Express their Thinking
Limited Capacity filling up

Do you ever feel like it is pulling teeth for students to talk about content in your classroom? Does it ever seem like your students check out when whole class discussion time starts? Ever feel overwhelmed with how to get your ELL students engaged in discussions? Feeling like the new ELD standards are an extra load to everything you already take into consideration while planning?
This session will provide you with a few strategies to get our English Languages Learners engaged and comfortable with speaking and listening during whole class and partner discussion.

Applicability: 
Grade Level: 3-12
Content: Math and Science
Level of familiarity: Newer to teaching ELL and newer to using academic discussion strategies or would like a review of strategies

TCRP Indicators:
3.3B Academic Discourse
3.3D Resources and Instructional materials

CRT Approach:
Information Processing



Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
TCA 127

2:00pm

Yay! MAP Testing is Over!! So…Now What?
Limited Capacity seats available

Do you have MAP Data and you don’t know what to do with it? Are to wanting to meet your students where they are and bridge their learning gaps to move them to the next level? If, so this is the session for you! In this session teachers will experience the Harkness Table Discussion Model (an instructional strategy) to discuss differentiated instruction that can implemented tomorrow!
You will walk away with:
**Clearer understanding of how to read MAP scores in order to differentiate classroom instruction.
**Make connections between specific skills and RIT scores to identify what students are ready to learn and to guide instructional planning.
**Ideas on how to create homogeneous lessons and groupings.

Applicability:All grade levels that use MAP  
All subjects 
Beginners to Intermediate
*Please ensure you have access to your MAP data

TCRP Indicators:
1.3.A: Use student data to guide planning
3.3B: Academic Discourse
3.3C: Group Structures

CRT Connection:
Information Processing



Speakers
NP

Nina Phillips

Teacher, PUC Schools


Monday November 19, 2018 2:00pm - 3:15pm
TCA 133