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Implementation Narrative

Joining the NetSCOPE Partnership Network

2012-2013 Partnership Network Schools

NetSCOPE Research and Inquiry Grant Program

Partnership Network Advisory Council

Grant Management Team

Curriculum Infusion

Host/Mentor Criteria and Selection Process

Information for Mentors, University Supervisors, and Teacher Candidates

Partnership Projects

Professional Learning Opportunities

Teachscape Reflect

Dates and Events


 

 

 

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES ARCHIVE

 

Event Presenter(s) Date(s) Time Location Details
NOVEMBER 2011
Analysis of Student Work Carolyn Grant, Jason Fulmer, and Jenna Hallman November 8-9, 2011 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor

20 participants

DECEMBER 2011
JANUARY 2012
Coaching & Observation Training Carolyn Grant,  Jason Fulmer, and Jenna Hallman January 24-25, 2012 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor

45 participants

FEBRUARY 2012
Strategies to Increase Vocabulary in Writing for Elementary Students Dr. Cheryl Mader February 16, 2012 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm Hunter Street Elementary School cafeteria

** Intended for elementary teachers, literacy coaches, and administrators to support student writing through increased vocabulary.

7 participants

MARCH 2012
Analysis of Student Work Carolyn Grant, Jason Fulmer, and Jenna Hallman March 6-7, 2012 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor Prerequisite: Foundations in Mentoring
Foundations in Mentoring Training Lisa Hudson-Lucas March 12-14, 2012 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor  
Understanding and Using the Lexile Framework Janet Johnson
(from Lexile)
March 26, 2012 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor *Limited to first 50 participants.

Intended for teachers (3-12), coaches, university faculty, administrators, and literacy/media specialists to understand and use Lexile-linked assessments across content areas and grade levels and explore connections among the Lexile Framework,  Common Core State Standards, and RtI.

APRIL 2012
Grant Writing Workshop Dan Williams (Research Associates) April 24, 2012 1:30 pm - 4:30 pm Chester Park School of Inquiry

Explore the process of and resources for successful grant writing through this interactive session with professional grant writing experts.

Strategies for Teaching Word Study Dr. Kavin Ming and Dr. Elke Schneider April 26, 2012 3:15 pm - 4:45 pm Lewisville Elementary

Intended for teachers in grades K-5, intervention teachers, and instructional support staff to explore strategies for implementing and improving Word Study activities within ELA.

MAY 2012
JUNE 2012
Foundations in Mentoring Training Lisa Hudson-Lucas and Melanie Westmoreland June 19-21, 2012 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor

This three-day foundational training focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings critical to those who work with preservice and beginning teachers. It is guided by the belief that learning to teach is a career-long developmental process that involves a continuous cycle of planning, teaching, and reflecting. At the heart of this work is the mentorís ability to respond to each new teacher's individual developmental and contextual needs and to promote the ongoing examination of classroom practice.

Middle School Curriculum and Organization for Diverse Learners

3-hour, graduate level Winthrop Professional Development Course

Dr. Kelly Costner and
Ms. Wendi Dunlap
*June 5, 2012 (5:00 - 9:00 pm)
*June 8, 2012 (9:00 am - 1:00 pm)
*June 12, 2012 (5:00 - 9:00 pm)
*June 19, 2012 (5:00 - 9:00 pm)
*June 26, 2012 (5:00 - 9:00 pm)

In addition to the face-to-face meetings listed above, online components will be required throughout the course

WU, Withers, Room 115

This course is the first in a 3-course series designed to contribute to add-on middle level certification while understanding and addressing the needs of diverse learners. Cost per participant is $100 plus materials. Participation is limited to 25 students. Registration through this link is for interest only and does not guarantee a spot in the course. Participants will be notified by May 15 of their acceptance.

JULY 2012
Coaching & Observation Carolyn Grant July 2-3, 2012 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor

This two-day training teaches participants to collect observation data related to professional teaching standards and share data to improve  pre-service and beginning teacher instruction. Participants will review the coaching cycle; learn planning and reflecting conference protocols; use professional standards to guide data collection; develop skills in collecting and analyzing data; explore various observation tools; and give strategic feedback using a language of support.

*Participants must have completed the 3-day, Foundations in Mentoring training in order to participate.

Cognitive Coaching Carol Hill and Jeannine Franco June 25-28, 2012 & July 16-19, 2012 8:30 am - 3:30 pm York Comprehensive High School & WU, Withers, 401/211 The Cognitive Coaching Foundation Seminar is an 8-day training recommended for those in positions to support other educators' learning. The sessions will provide strategies and techniques to assist others in becoming self-directed thinkers both independently and as members of larger school and university communities. For more information, visit the Center for Cognitive Coaching. *Registration for these dates is restricted to district or school administrators and university faculty.
Foundations in Mentoring Training Lisa Hudson-Lucas and Melanie Westmoreland July 24-26, 2012 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor This three-day foundational training focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings critical to those who work with preservice and beginning teachers. It is guided by the belief that learning to teach is a career-long developmental process that involves a continuous cycle of planning, teaching, and reflecting. At the heart of this work is the mentorís ability to respond to each new teacher's individual developmental and contextual needs and to promote the ongoing examination of classroom practice.
AUGUST 2012
Analysis of Student Work Carolyn Grant and Jenna Hallman Aug. 7-8, 2012 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor

This two-day training provides mentors with tools and strategies for helping preservice and beginning teachers identify student needs, plan for differentiated instruction, and ensure equitable learning outcomes. Upon completion of training, participants will be able to intensify coaching expertise, use student work analysis for planning lessons; and differentiate instruction based upon student needs.
*Participants must have completed the 3-day, Foundations in Mentoring training in order to participate.

The Heart of Co-Teaching Carolyn Grant and
Kelly Costner
Aug. 20, 2012 8:30 am -
10:00 am
India Hook Elementary School Media Center

Participants will become acquainted with various approaches and strategies used in co-teaching and see what this of teaching looks like during the planning, instruction and assessment stages of collaboration.   Participants will also experience how "teacher personality" plays a vital role in making a valuable co-teaching experience.  Those attending will walk away with an assortment of strategies to implement on day one of the new school year. 

Early Adolescent Growth and Development in Diverse Learning Communities

3-hour, graduate level Winthrop Professional Development Course

Dr. Abbigail Armstrong Aug. 22 Ė Dec. 5, 2012 Weds., 5:00 pm - 7:45 pm*

*Face-to-face and online meetings

WU, Withers, Room 211

This course is the second  in a 3-course series designed to contribute to add-on middle level certification while providing an examination of the diverse developmental characteristics of early adolescents in contemporary society using interdisciplinary themes, young adult books, and other media.

 

The course will be a blend of in-class and on-line sessions.  The cost per participant is $100 plus materials to be paid on the first night of class.

SEPTEMBER 2012
Coaching & Observation Jason Fulmer and Jenna Hallman September 25-26, 2012 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor

This two-day training teaches participants to collect observation data related to professional teaching standards and share data to improve  pre-service and beginning teacher instruction. Participants will review the coaching cycle; learn planning and reflecting conference protocols; use professional standards to guide data collection; develop skills in collecting and analyzing data; explore various observation tools; and give strategic feedback using a language of support.

*Participants must have completed the 3-day, Foundations in Mentoring training in order to participate.

OCTOBER 2012
Foundations in Mentoring Training Lisa Hudson-Lucas and
Dr. Kelly Costner
October 2 - 4, 2012 8:30 am - 3:30 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor This three-day foundational training focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings critical to those who work with preservice and beginning teachers. It is guided by the belief that learning to teach is a career-long developmental process that involves a continuous cycle of planning, teaching, and reflecting. At the heart of this work is the mentorís ability to respond to each new teacher's individual developmental and contextual needs and to promote the ongoing examination of classroom practice.
Foundations in Mentoring Training Lisa Hudson-Lucas October 10-12, 2012 8:30 am - 3:30 pm Chester Middle School,
Rm 128 (Wed.);
Chester Co. District Office (Thurs./ Friday)
This three-day foundational training focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings critical to those who work with preservice and beginning teachers. It is guided by the belief that learning to teach is a career-long developmental process that involves a continuous cycle of planning, teaching, and reflecting. At the heart of this work is the mentorís ability to respond to each new teacher's individual developmental and contextual needs and to promote the ongoing examination of classroom practice.
NOVEMBER 2012
Teachscape Demos Paul Horne November 16, 2012 9:00 am, 10:00 am,
1:00 pm
WU, Withers, 320A

Three repeating sessions through which you can gain information about and demonstration of the Teachscape Reflect system.  These are video capturing systems that we currently have in 15 Partnership Network schools to record and archive classroom instructional episodes.  Teachers can access the videos from a secure site for professional development opportunities and faculty can use them in teacher preparation courses as samples of authentic learning environments.  During this session, we will do a quick overview of system updates then demonstrate how you can access and share videos with other teachers and/or students in Winthrop courses.

DECEMBER 2012
JANUARY 2013
Content Literacy for Diverse Learners in Middle Schools

3-hour, graduate level Winthrop Professional Development Course

Dr. Abbigail Armstrong 01/07/13 - 04/30/13 Wednesdays, 5:00 - 7:45 PM WU, Withers, Room 207 An in-depth exploration and application of content literacy strategies appropriate for early adolescents with diverse needs. There are a limited number of spaces available for this course.  Registration is restricted to practicing teachers in the NetSCOPE Partnership Network districts. Participants will be responsible for a $100 course fee as well as the cost of required books and materials. Please express your interest in the course by completing the information at the link below. You will receive an email by December 7 regarding formal registration.

Philosophy, Organization, and Curriculum for Diverse Learners in the Middle School

3-hour, graduate level Winthrop Professional Development Course

Dr. Kelly Costner and Ms. Wendi Dunlap 01/07/13 - 04/30/13 Tuesdays,
5:00 - 7:45 PM


WU, Withers, Room 207

This course is the first in a 3-course series designed to contribute to add-on middle level certification while understanding and addressing the needs of diverse learners.

There are a limited number of spaces available for this course. Registration is restricted to practicing teachers in the NetSCOPE Partnership Network districts. Participants will be responsible for a $100 course fee as well as the cost of required books and materials. Please express your interest in the course by completing the information at the link below. You will receive an email by December 7 regarding formal registration.

Integrating Science Inquiry into the Common Core Curriculum Dr. Linda Pickett January 18, 2013 8:30 am -
10:00 am
Hunter Street Elementary School

This in-service, for 3rd and 4th grade teachers from Hunter Street Elementary, Jefferson Elementary, and Cotton Belt Elementary, will engage participants in a hands-on science inquiry experience that will include discussion of how to integrate active science learning experiences with literacy and meaningful assessment strategies to meet Common Core Standards.

Foundations in Mentoring Ms. Lisa Hudson-Lucas and Ms. Melanie Westmoreland January 29-31, 2013 8:30 am -
4:00 pm
WU, Withers, 4th floor

This three-day foundational training focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings critical to those who work with pre-service and beginning teachers. It is guided by the belief that learning to teach is a career-long developmental process that involves a continuous cycle of planning, teaching, and reflecting. At the heart of this work is the mentorís ability to respond to each new teacher's individual developmental and contextual needs and to promote the ongoing examination of classroom practice.

FEBRUARY 2013
The Heart of
Co-Teaching
Dr. Kelly Costner, Ms. Carolyn Grant and Ms. Lisa Hudson-Lucas
February 8, 2013 9:00 am -
4:00 pm*

*University Supervisors only attend 9:00 am - noon!

WU, Withers, 2nd floor

Explore various models of co-teaching and application to classroom practice and Winthrop field/internship experiences. Strategies for co-teaching will be modeled and participants will view videos of other co-teachers in action. This training is designed for university supervisors and mentor teachers.  

The World Down the Street, Part 1: English Language Learners in Rock Hill Schools Dr. Kelly Costner and South Middle School teachers February 21, 2013 6:30 pm WU, Withers, Plowden Auditorium

Dr. Kelly Costner will appear with a panel of Sullivan Middle School teachers to discuss the diversity of students in the Rock Hill School District and the challenges and rewards of teaching this population.

FREE and open to the public. No registration required.

The World Down the Street, Part 2: Immigrants' Experiences in Rock Hill Dr. Jeannie Haubert and Sullivan Middle School parents February 26, 2013 6:30 pm WU, Withers, Plowden Auditorium

Dr. Jeannie Haubert of Sociology will appear on a panel with a group of Sullivan Middle School parents who are immigrants who will describe their experiences in the Rock Hill community.

FREE and open to the public. No registration required.

MARCH 2013
The Heart of
Co-Teaching
Dr. Kelly Costner, Ms. Carolyn Grant, and Ms. Lisa Hudson-Lucas March 13, 2013 8:15 am -
10:15 am
Dutchman Creek Middle School

Explore various models of co-teaching and application to classroom practice and Winthrop field/internship experiences. Strategies for co-teaching will be modeled and participants will view videos of other co-teachers in action.

Teaching Children of Poverty Workshop Dr. Tammy Pawloski, local school administrators/ teachers, and Winthrop faculty

Contact David Beiter with questions

March 23, 2013 8:30 am -
1:00 pm
WU, Withers, Plowden Auditorium

This workshop is sponsored by the College of Education at Winthrop University and  the NetSCOPE Partnership Network in conjunction with the Francis Marion University Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty.  Following a keynote by Dr. Tammy Pawloski, participants can choose two breakout sessions to explore practical strategies for working with students and families living in poverty.

Space is limited to 200 participants.  Attendance is free although participants are asked to bring a school supply for donation to Partnership Network schools.

APRIL 2013
Fractions: Building Blocks, Not Stumbling Blocks Ms. Lisa Hudson-Lucas April 24, 2013 2:45 pm - 4:00 pm Cotton Belt Elementary School In this interactive workshop, participants will use fractions to help students of all abilities in grades 3-5 become problem solvers and critical thinkers.

Intended Audience: Teachers/Administrators of Grades 3-5
MAY 2013
Cognitive Coaching

Jeannine Franco, Jason Fulmer and Jenna Hallman

May 16-17
May 22-23, and Aug. 5-8, 2013
9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor The Cognitive Coaching Foundation seminar is an 8-day training recommended for those in positions to support other educators' learning. The sessions will provide strategies and techniques to assist others in becoming self-directed thinkers both independently and as members of larger school and university communities. For more information, visit the Center for Cognitive Coaching.
JUNE 2013
Foundations in Mentoring Training  Ms. Lisa Hudson-Lucas and Ms. Melanie Westmoreland June 18-20, 2013 8:30 am -
3:30 pm
WU, Withers, 4th floor

This three-day foundational training focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings critical to those who work with pre-service and beginning teachers. It is guided by the belief that learning to teach is a career-long developmental process that involves a continuous cycle of planning, teaching, and reflecting. At the heart of this work is the mentorís ability to respond to each new teacher's individual developmental and contextual needs and to promote the ongoing examination of classroom practice.

Early Adolescent Growth and Development in Diverse Learning Communities

3-hour, graduate level Winthrop Professional Development Course

Dr. Kelly Costner, Ms. Wendi Dunlap, and Ms. Donna Morrow June 5 - July 30, 2012 Weds.,
4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Friday, June 14, 9:00 am - 1:00 pm

*online in July

WU, Withers, 213

This course is the second  in a 3-course series designed to contribute to add-on middle level certification while providing an examination of the diverse developmental characteristics of early adolescents in contemporary society using interdisciplinary themes, young adult books, and other media.

The course will be a blend of in-class and on-line sessions.  Registration is limited to 30 participants and restricted to practicing teachers in the NetSCOPE Partnership Network districts. The cost per participant is $100 plus materials to be paid on the first night of class.

AUGUST 2013
The Heart of
Co-Teaching
Ms. Carman Austin, Ms. Lisa Creighton, and Ms. Lisa Hudson-Lucas August 1, 2013 8:30 am - 3:30 pm WU, Withers, 4th floor

Explore various models of co-teaching and application to classroom practice and Winthrop field/internship experiences. Strategies for co-teaching will be modeled and participants will view videos of other co-teachers in action. This training is designed for university supervisors and mentor teachers.  

Foundations in Mentoring Training Ms. Lisa Hudson-Lucas and Ms. Melanie Westmoreland August 6-8, 2013 8:30 am -
3:30 pm
WU, Withers, 4th floor

This three-day foundational training focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings critical to those who work with pre-service and beginning teachers. It is guided by the belief that learning to teach is a career-long developmental process that involves a continuous cycle of planning, teaching, and reflecting. At the heart of this work is the mentorís ability to respond to each new teacher's individual developmental and contextual needs and to promote the ongoing examination of classroom practice.

SEPTEMBER 2013
Creating PDFs and Using Edmodo For questions contact Ms. Chris Mclean September 16, 2013 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM Sullivan Middle School, Media Center Included in Sullivan Middle School's "Appy Hours", various one hour sessions will be held after school in the Media Center to explore a variety of technology integration tools.

*Registration is open to all and is limited to 20 participants.
Foundations in Mentoring Training Ms. Lisa Hudson-Lucas September 17-19, 2013 8:30 am -
3:30 pm
WU, Withers, 4th floor

This three-day foundational training focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings critical to those who work with pre-service and beginning teachers. It is guided by the belief that learning to teach is a career-long developmental process that involves a continuous cycle of planning, teaching, and reflecting. At the heart of this work is the mentorís ability to respond to each new teacher's individual developmental and contextual needs and to promote the ongoing examination of classroom practice.

Winthrop University-School Partnership Network

 

Education Core Retreat

For questions contact Dr. Lisa Johnson September 27, 2013

3:00 PM - 6:00 PM

WU, Withers, Plowden Auditorium

Winthrop Teacher Education Unit Faculty and Partnership School Administrators and Liaisons will review the new Education Core curriculum and field experiences.
Dropbox, Google Drive, and QR Codes For questions contact Ms. Chris Mclean September 30, 2013 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM Sullivan Middle School, Media Center Included in Sullivan Middle School's "Appy Hours", various one hour sessions will be held after school in the Media Center to explore a variety of technology integration tools.

*Registration is open to all and is limited to 20 participants.
Dropbox, Google Drive, and QR Codes For questions contact Ms. Chris Mclean September 30, 2013 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM Sullivan Middle School, Media Center Included in Sullivan Middle School's "Appy Hours", various one hour sessions will be held after school in the Media Center to explore a variety of technology integration tools.

*Registration is open to all and is limited to 20 participants.
https://sullivanmswinthroptechtool2013.eventbrite.com

Content Literacy for  Middle Schools

3-hour, graduate level Winthrop Professional Development Course

Dr. Abbigail Armstrong and Ms. Linda Icard September 3, 2013 - December 10, 2013 Tuesdays*, 5:00 PM - 7:45 PM; Saturdays, 9/7 and 10/5 from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm

 

WU, Withers,
115

An in-depth exploration and application of content literacy strategies appropriate for early adolescents with diverse needs.

*The course will be a blend of in-class and on-line sessions.  Registration is limited to 30 participants and restricted to practicing teachers in the NetSCOPE Partnership Network districts. The cost per participant is $100 plus materials to be paid on the first night of class.

Please register through the link below.

http://winthropcontentliteracymsfall2013.eventbrite.com/

OCTOBER 2013

Coaching & Observation Jason Fulmer, Carolyn Grant, and Jenna Hallman October 3-4, 2013 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers,
4th floor
This two-day training teaches participants to collect observation data related to professional teaching standards and share data to improve  pre-service and beginning teacher instruction. Participants will review the coaching cycle; learn planning and reflecting conference protocols; use professional standards to guide data collection; develop skills in collecting and analyzing data; explore various observation tools; and give strategic feedback using a language of support.
*Participants must have completed the 3-day, Foundations in Mentoring training in order to participate.

http://winthropcoachingandobservationsept2013.eventbrite.com
Haiku Deck and Other Student Presentation Apps For questions contact Ms. Chris Mclean October 10, 2013 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM Sullivan Middle School, Media Center Included in Sullivan Middle School's "Appy Hours", various one hour sessions will be held after school in the Media Center to explore a variety of technology integration tools.

*Registration is open to all and is limited to 20 participants.
https://sullivanmswinthroptechtool2013.eventbrite.com
NOVEMBER 2013
Analysis of Student Work Jason Fulmer, Carolyn Grant, and Jenna Hallman Nov. 19-20, 2013 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers,
4th floor

This two-day training provides mentors with tools and strategies for helping preservice and beginning teachers identify student needs, plan for differentiated instruction, and ensure equitable learning outcomes. Upon completion of training, participants will be able to intensify coaching expertise, use student work analysis for planning lessons; and differentiate instruction based upon student needs.
*Participants must have completed the 3-day, Foundations in Mentoring training in order to participate.

http://winthropanalysisofstudentworknov2013.eventbrite.com

Co-Teaching for Administrators

  Nov. 21, 2013 8:00 am - 11:30 am

WU, Withers,
4th floor

Participants learn various approaches and strategies used in co-teaching and see what this type of teaching looks like during the planning, instruction and assessment stages of collaboration. As school administrators, participants will focus on how to observe and provide feedback on co-teaching lessons. 

http://winthropcoteachingadmin2013.eventbrite.com

JANUARY 2014
Foundations in Mentoring Training Ms. Lisa Hudson-Lucas January 28-30, 2014 8:30 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers 401 This three-day foundational mentor training focuses on the knowledge, skills, and understandings critical to those who work with pre-service and beginning teachers.  It is guided by the belief that learning to teach is a career-long developmental process that involves a continuous cycle of planning, teaching, and reflecting.   At the heart of this work is the mentor's ability to respond to each new teacher's individual developmental and contextual needs and to promote the ongoing examination of classroom practice.

Please register at the link below:

https://www.eventbrite.com/e/foundations-in-mentoring-january-28-30-2014-830am-400pm-tickets-9439679335
FEBRUARY 2014
How Sign Language Can Benefit Both You and Your Students: PreK-5 Jill Eversmann February 28, 2014 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm WU, Withers 401

This is a 1-hour workshop for teachers of students from Pre-K through 5th grade. Attendees will learn 10 signs, 1 song and the how and why of using sign language in the classroom.

Maximum Number of Participants: 50

Please register at the link below:

http://netscopesignlanguageworkshopfeb2014.eventbrite.com

MARCH 2014
Coaching & Observation Jason Fulmer, Carolyn Grant, and Jenna Hallman March 6-7, 2014 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers,
4th floor
This two-day training teaches participants to collect observation data related to professional teaching standards and share data to improve  pre-service and beginning teacher instruction. Participants will review the coaching cycle; learn planning and reflecting conference protocols; use professional standards to guide data collection; develop skills in collecting and analyzing data; explore various observation tools; and give strategic feedback using a language of support.
*Participants must have completed the 3-day, Foundations in Mentoring training in order to participate.
APRIL 2014
Analysis of Student Work Jason Fulmer, Carolyn Grant, and Jenna Hallman April 1-2, 2014 9:00 am - 4:00 pm WU, Withers,
4th floor

This two day training provides mentors with tools and strategies for helping beginning teachers identify students needs, plan for differentiated instruction, and ensure equitable learning outcomes.  Upon completion of training, participants will be able to: intensity coaching expertise, analyze student work, use student work analysis to planning lessons, and differentiate instruction. 

Participants must have completed the three day "Foundations in Mentoring" training to attend. 

Integrating Science Inquiry into Common Core Curriculum Dr. Linda Pickett and Dr. Tenisha Powell April 2, 2014 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm Jefferson Elementary School

This in-service, for K-4th grade teachers at Jefferson Elementary School, will engage participants in a hands-on science inquiry experience that will include discussion of how to integrate active science learning experiences with literacy and make meaningful assessment strategies to meet Common Core ELA Standards.  

This in-service is for Jefferson Elementary teachers only.

Co-Teaching Under Construction: The Nuts & Bolts of Co-Planning and Co-Assessing Kelly Costner, Carolyn Grant, and Lisa Hudson-Lucas April 7, 2014 Session 1: 8:30-11:30 am
Session 2: 12:30-3:30 pm
WU, Withers, 4th floor

This session is for teachers and administrators who have previously participated in an initial coteaching training session within the Partnership Network. Our focus will be on planning together and assessing together as coteachers. Participants will leave this session with a variety of tools to facilitate a successful coteaching experienceófrom the ground up!

 Maximum participants: 28

*This training is for teachers and administrators of NetSCOPE partnership schools only who have complete previous CoTeaching training.

           

 

 

NetSCOPE   |  111 Withers   |   Rock Hill, SC 29733   |   Phone:  803.323.3080   |   Fax:  803.323.4369  |   Email:  netscope@winthrop.edu