November 15, 2021 BRANDON CLAYTON
The National Education Association defines achievement gaps as “the differences in academic performance between groups of students of different backgrounds.” They expla.........
October 25, 2021 Jaci Fong
Curriculum standards, school district guidelines, and educational technology are constantly evolving. This makes it challenging for educators to keep up with the best p.........
July 6, 2021 Jaci Fong
Academic honesty is one of the core values of the American educational system. From Pre-K to Ph.D., it’s essential that students, pupils, and learners do their own work.........
May 25, 2021 Jaci Fong
Every student brings unique social and emotional challenges into the classroom. As educators, it’s important to be open and receptive to students’ emotional needs. That.........
April 24, 2021 Jaci Fong
Growing Your Emotional IQ
Do you notice when a student is feeling listless, anxious, or depressed? How do you handle on.........
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Course Architect: Jennifer Erwin Length of Workshop: 60 Minutes Danielson Framework: 4 (Professional Responsibilities) Workshop Description: Join Jennifer Ervin as she explores the question “How do I effectively convey information in my role while cultivating professional relationships with school community members?” Look closely at impact vs intent to learn how
Clerisy Architect: Brandon Clayton Length: 60 minutes Danielson Framework: 3 (Instruction) Workshop Description: Reducing the level of required supports is the best gift we can give students. Learn how to help your students build personal supports and reduce their level of dependency on you! No two students are the same and
Clerisy Architect: Brandon Clayton Length of Workshop: 60 minutes Danielson Framework: 1 (Planning & Preparation) & 3 (Classroom Environment) Workshop Description: Avoid student shut down! Learn targeted intervention strategies to increase student academic achievement and/or benchmark goals when working 1:1 or in small groups. Develop tools for identifying student misconceptions
Clerisy Architect: Kandice Stewart Length: 60 minutes Danielson Framework: 1 (Planning & Preparation), 3 (Instruction) Workshop Description: According to researchers, the act of doodling helps learners stay focused, grasp new concepts and retain information longer. Instead of asking our students NOT to doodle, let’s embrace it. Learn how to leverage simple drawings,
Clerisy Architect: Hayley Spira-Bauer Length of Workshop: 60 minutes Workshop Description: Have you ever asked yourself through what sorcery the most effective teachers identify individual student struggles to tailor instruction? If so, please join me for this professional development workshop to learn the exact type of magic the best teachers use
Clerisy Architect: Sean Drake Length of Workshop: 60 minutes Workshop Description: As teachers, it is easy to create student jobs during summer planning and by October be so overwhelmed in our day-to-day responsibilities they fall by the wayside. Join Sean Drake in a guided exploration to determine why we lost
Clerisy Architect: Kim Peterz-Dent Length of Workshop: 60 minutes Workshop Description: Language is constantly changing. As educators, sometimes, we feel a bit behind the times. However, we can use this evolution of language to authentically communicate with our students and give them space to authentically communicate with each other in the
Clerisy Architect: Jaci Fong Length of Workshop: 30 minutes Publications Highlighted: Being Accepted, Not Just Tolerated, Is Good for Mental Health http://www.ascd.org/publications/educational-leadership/dec20/vol78/num04/Being-Accepted,-Not-Just-Tolerated,-Is-Good-for-Mental-Health.aspx; “From Rules That Expire to Language That Inspires” by Patrice Waller and Alison Marzocchi in Mathematics Teacher: Learning & Teaching PK-12, July 2020 (Vol. 113, #7, pp. 544-550; The Acronym and Beyond
Clerisy Architect: Brandon Clayton Length of Workshop: 60 minutes Publications Highlighted: Browser, A., & Tomic, W. (2000). A longitudinal study of teacher burnout and perceived , self-efficacy in classroom management. Teaching and Teacher Education, 16, 239-253., Kounin, J. S. (1970). Observing and delineating technique of managing behavior in , classrooms. Journal of Research & Development