June Professional Development
Summer 2020 Virtual Learning
Reading Games: Making Literacy Fun!
9am to 10:30am CST (1.5 hours earned)
In this interactive session, you will learn ways to engage students in reading, spelling, and vocabulary games, both in the classroom and virtually! We will explore ways to help students develop fluency and practice strategic thinking, all while playing a game! You will leave with games to play during whole group, small group, interventions, and in literacy stations or centers. You can also recommend these game formats to parents for practice or homework.
I think it is wonderful. It provides such valuable information for educators, and it can be done anywhere which is wonderful. It also is great because you are able to see how technology can be used in the classroom as well. Jaclyn, NY elementary teacher
Kelly gave a lot of great ideas that I could use in other content areas as well! Maria, NY elementary teacher
Increasing Student Learning & Teacher Clarity Using Learning Targets
12:00-1:30 CST (1.5 hours earned)
Learning targets (intentions) are a best practice for establishing teacher clarity and ensuring we close the daily learning gaps. We will explore ways teachers create standards-based learning targets for a unit of study. We discuss the theory of action for creating and using learning targets, including what is and is not, a learning target and the impact on students and teachers.
I think Mrs. Harmon did a wonderful job explaining the material. I have a better understanding of learning targets and how to design them to link to the learning standards and align with performance of understanding. Madison, NY K-2 teacher
I've learned that many of our standards in NY are very general and that it is important to make them specific. Michelle, 4th grade teacher
Utilizing Number Talks to Develop Mental Math Abilities
June 25, 2020
9am to 10:30am CST (1.5 hours earned)
Engage students in daily number talks that help them practice computational skills and develop mental math strategies, perfect for Guided Math. Learn how to develop standards-specific number talks that incorporate student interests and cumulative review of the math standards.
I loved all the ideas to incorporate into our math time! Lacie, 1st grade teacher, TX
I enjoyed the workshop and learned a lot. I have a lot to think about to get it stated in my class. April, 3rd grade teacher, TX
Online Registration is Below
"I was not expecting to get this MUCH from an online seminar and have to be honest that I was dreading today. But I took pages of notes FULL of ideas. I'm leaving with a very full brain (in a good way). I loved Kelly's enthusiasm and personal touches." - Nicole, NH
"This was so helpful and Kelly was amazing! She kept us engaged. She gave us lots of great resources I can use with my students virtually. I am so happy I had the opportunity to attend this virtual training and am impressed with ease of the webinar. You did a wonderful job with technology." - Kristin, Manchester
"It was great! There were lots of take aways that can be implemented immediately, Liked being able to grow and learn in the comfort of my home." -Yvonne, TX
"It truly was a wonderful training packed with effective approaches that supports my goal as a teacher to empower my students as thinkers, readers, and writers." -Melissa, TX
About The Presenters
Randi Anderson is an elementary educator, blogger, and staff developer with 10 years of experience in the field. She taught third and fourth grade in title I schools in the DFW area. Before entering the classroom, Randi studied early childhood education and English as a second language at The University of Texas at Austin. She has a strong passion for making reading and writing authentic and engaging for her students.
$25 per seminar per attendee
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Professional Learning credit is earned after the seminar is completed. A certificate will be email to each participant after final survey is submitted.