Wilson Ranger Post
February 15, 2016
Learning Framework Challenge - From Yolanda
Implement the Learning Framework in this DLC hosted Implementation Challenge. Each module will focus on a different chapter of the Learning Framework; Environment, Design, and Assessment. Depending on your involvement, you can earn up to 3 Schoology badges, each resulting in one hour of flex credit. If you have already joined the DLC PL course, simply complete the modules in the DIY Designer’s Challenge folder. This is a virtual challenge starting on Feb. 1, 2016 and ending on Mar. 25, 2016. You
are free to join the challenge at any time.
If you have not yet joined the DLC PL course (72Q87-RDGM5), use the course code to join the course and complete the DIY Designer’s Challenge! You do not need to sign up in Eduphoria. Once you complete a module, we will enroll and give you credit in Eduphoria.
Small Group Expectation
For Example: Group A - Monday through Friday (8:30); Group B- Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday (9:00); Group C - Monday and Friday (9:00)
In order to make sure those groups happen, planning the time and the lesson in advance is the key. With all of the pull out times and extra interventions, we know your schedule can seem like a puzzle; please contact Jennifer, Carol, or Mary if you need a thought partner to help you fit it all in!
I've created a suggested agenda that might help guide your discussion...
You can use these questions as you go through each subject/common assessment.
Additionally, you might consider using your data PLC to analyze student work. I have added questions to consider to the bottom portion of the document.
I hope this helps your team as we work on refining our PLC process!
A great resource was created by Region 10’s AGC group. It delineates accommodations by the “G’s”. If one were to take the FIE and look at each “G” area such as Comprehension-Knowledge or Fluid Reasoning and identify the strengths and weaknesses in those areas. This resource provides instructional implications for each area as well as strategies and accommodations.
The document is located in the Intervention Services – Public Google Folder.
A direct link to the document is provided below.
Science with Linda Cook
Feb. 18th - Elementary Professional Learning - Final Science is Messy Workshop Series - Five different inquiry science experiences at Town Center Elementary from 4:00 - 5:00 pm. Register through Eduphoria.
Feb. 20th - The DFW Mini-CAST Conference in Frisco. Mini-CAST is a one day conference in the DFW area with sessions for science teachers in grades K-12. All presentations are related to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education. The registration fee is $25.00. Find more information at
Digital : Impossible “Accomplishing Your Classroom Mission Using the Latest Tech Trends & Tools”
Virtual course held in Adobe Connect
1 hr credit, SBEC; 1 hr Flex credit(with campus administrator approval)
Are you on a quest for technology integration
in your classroom? Have you got a mission you think is impossible? Well, the CISD DLC team is here to support you along the way with some amazing technology tools, strategies, and resources to make that “Impossible Mission” happen in your classroom.
During this webinar, members of the DLC will be sharing great ideas gathered
during the recent TCEA (Texas Computer Education Association) Conference. The ideas range from new tools and techniques, to resources and apps for both you and your learners to use!
We would LOVE to see you join us in this exciting learning experience!
SMART Goal Data Representation
Agenda for Monday
UbD Training now available in Eduphoria...Please sign up
June 20 and 21 or July 18 and 19
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