EAS Hangouts and Power Hours
Join us in July for opportunities to collaborate and learn
July 9 || 8:00 AM || 3-5 Mathematics || TEAMS Session Link
July 9 || 1:00 PM || K-2 Science || TEAMS Session Link
July 13 || 8:00 AM || 3-5 Literacy || TEAMS Session Link
July 20 || 8:00 AM || K-2 Literacy || TEAMS Session Link
July 20 || 1:00 PM || 3-5 Science || TEAMS Session Link
July 21 || 8:00 AM || K-2 Mathematics || TEAMS Session Link
July 21 || 1:00 PM|| 3-5 Social Studies || TEAMS Session Link
July 23 || 1:00 PM || K-2 Social Studies || TEAMS Session Link
July 7 || 8:00 AM || TEAMS Session Link
July 22 || 8:00 AM || TEAMS Session Link
This session will review the 20-21 Unit Plans for clarity in understanding the "WHY" behind the revisions, the critical components of a balanced literacy block/classroom, how to navigate the new resources, and how this translates to instructional practices to increase student achievement.
Virtual Mathematics Manipulatives
July 8 ||1:00 PM || TEAMS Session LinkJuly 23 || 8:00 AM || TEAMS Session Link
Manipulatives are critical for students to build conceptual understanding in mathematics. We will share the virtual manipulatives that have been linked and aligned in our curriculum documents. We will explore how to leverage these virtual manipulatives in the traditional face to face instruction as well as virtual instruction.
July 13 || 1:00 PM || TEAMS Session Link
This session will review the impact of the streamline TEKS and the approach we are taking to ensure implementation. We will look at various examples of these impacts from Summer 2020 Curriculum Writing. We'll host a Q&A and give resources.
Science and Social Studies
K-2 Integrating Science, Social Studies and Literacy
July 8 || 8:00 AM || TEAMS Session Link
Ever feel like there is not enough time to teach everything in one day? Come explore planning strategies that integrate science, social studies, and literacy. Looking at current units in a new way can help maximize time while creating authentic connections and rigorous learning experiences.
July 7 || 1:00 PM || TEAMS Session Link
July 22 || 1:00 PM || TEAMS Session Link
Talk Read Talk Write helps students meet and exceed the standards for learning in all subjects while also developing literacy and language skills. It is an easy to design structure and easy to implement in remote or face to face learning environments. Drop in to talk about ways to use them and design them for the 20-21 school year.