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Audience: All teachers grades 3-8. This class will be with Ellen A. Thompson, Ed.D. and June Golato, M.S., CCC-SLP, and takes place March 15-May 10, 2017.
Starting in January, there is a three credit hybrid/online course focused on the Transformative Power of Restorative Practices and Mindfulness in Building a Vital Learning Community.
This one-day workshop (Oct. 18 @ CVEDC classroom) is the perfect fit for for newer teachers and teachers in new settings looking for classroom management strategies, camaraderie and peace of mind that will bring great new practices and systems into your classroom for a vibrant and respectful learning environment.
This one-day workshop for teachers of grades 4-8 with Beth Moore. (Jan. 12 @ Hampton Inn) will focus on essay and argumentative writing that inspires kids to write passionately about topics that matter to them.
In this two-day workshop for K-4 teachers with Beth Moore (Nov. 14 & 15 @ Hiawatha Elementary School) participants will study methods for teaching small groups inside a reading workshop model.
This workshop (with Annie O Shaughnessy, M.Ed in Mindfulness Dec. 7 @ Hampton Inn) will increase your knowledge and skills in the following ways: provide opportunities to experience the benefits of Mindfulness and Restorative Practices first-hand.
This summer we will be offering two separate sessions of a technology integration course called Improving Your Educational Practice with Technology. This course will be offered the week after school ends, June 20-24, and again from August 1-5.
The first WORKshop, Crafting Student-Friendly Learning Targets, provides a deep dive into the art of drafting learning targets and learning scales designed to put learners in the driver's seat. Participants will spend most of the day drafting and tuning learning targets and learning scales to bring back to use with their learners. They'll also leave with ongoing access to resources for sustaining what they've begun.
CCSU is hosting a Teacher's College Reading & Writing Program (TCRWP) course with Beth Moore the week of July 20. All participants will receive their grade level copy of the new Calkins Primary Units of Study in Reading.