Accessible, Manageable, Engaged:
Common Core Classrooms for All
November 15, 2014
Who Should Attend:
Classroom teachers, interventionists, and special education teachers
About the Workshop:
The workshop will focus on five areas that will help make the CCSS accessible for all students and manageable for all teachers. Creating classroom systems that include knowing what to teach, aligning learning with students’ needs, effective management techniques, using guiding assessments, and responding to “data” can make teaching to the CCSS more effective.
- Understand that the CCSS can be translated into effective instruction for all students.
Demonstrate the ability to design CCSS instruction that is accessible to all students.
Demonstrate the ability to use a variety of data points, including but not limited to, classroom observations, formative assessments, summative assessments, and diagnostic assessments, to create learning environments where all students can be successful with rigorous content.
About the Presenter:
Robert Hanson is an education consultant specializing in the areas of Response to Instruction, Data Usage to Improve Student Outcomes, Common Core State Standards, and School Leadership.
He has worked in the public school setting for more than 25 years as a classroom teacher, assistant principal, principal, and curriculum coordinator. Rob is an adjunct professor at Merrimack College. He teaches educators how to create effective data systems in their districts, schools, and programs. As an education consultant and coach, he has worked in hundreds of schools and classrooms throughout New Hampshire.
He holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Elementary Education from Florida Atlantic University and a Master's Degree in Educational Supervision and Leadership from Notre Dame College.
Rob lives in Strafford NH with his wife Tracy and daughters Lauryn and Brianna. When Rob isn't working supporting districts, schools, or teachers, he enjoys reading, working out, and having a good time.
Saturday, November 15, 2014
Check in starts at 8:00
Breakfast at SERESC
Certificate of Attendance available for 3 Contact Hours
Cancellation should be made in writing. A full refund will be made for cancellations postmarked, or sent via email, 7 days before the event.
No refunds will be given for requests received after 7 days before the event, or for "no shows". We do accept substitution of another person at our conference. 24 hours of notification is appreciated.
All received registrations are subject to Cancellation/Refund policy. Cost of registration fee is still liable whether payment is paid or unpaid, if no notice of cancellation is received at least 7 days prior to the event.
If minimum requirement enrollment is not met prior to the early registration deadline, the event may be postponed or canceled.
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Bedford, NH 03110
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