Leadership for Literacy: An Introduction to the Common Core Modules

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Leadership for Literacy: An Introduction to the Common Core Modules

Time: October 25, 2013 from 8:30am to 2:30pm
Location: WS BOCES Seminar Room
Street: 31 Lee Avenue
City/Town: Wheatley Heights
Website or Map: http://wsboces.org/webreg
Event Type: professional, development, for, leaders
Organized By: Carol Varsalona
Latest Activity: Oct 2, 2013

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Audience: Central/Building Administrators, Directors, Coordinators

The work of the Common Core is hard work. In this workshop, join colleagues to:  Examine the framework of the Grades 3-8 ELA Curriculum Modules with regards to the Common Core Learning Standards and the instructional shifts in ELA  Review the new Grades 3-8 Curriculum Maps for the Curriculum Modules  Examine collaborative practices and protocols  Exchange plans for adopting and implementing the modules or adapting district curriculum to be more common-core like  Reflect upon past practices and discuss what steps can be taken to impact teaching and learning in your school building/district flyer: http://www.wsboces.org/library/pdfs/iss2849.pdf

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