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Instructional Strategies

Using research-based instructional strategies maximizes teachers’ ability to enhance student achievement. Clear descriptions and concrete examples of how strategies look and sound in the classroom help teachers choose and implement strategies wisely.

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  1. Designing and Teaching Learning Goals and Objectives

    Designing and Teaching Learning Goals and Objectives

    Focus instructional activities on what matters most. Clear, specific learning goals lay the foundation for effective teaching. Learn what effective teachers do to establish and communicate learning goals, track student progress, and celebrate success.

  2. Motivating and Inspiring Students

    Motivating and Inspiring Students

    Activate students’ metacognitive and self-systems. With research-based strategies, you’ll learn how to help students meet their own needs and achieve their goals and desires.

  3. Leading, Teaching, and Learning in a Personalized, Competency-Based System

    Leading, Teaching, and Learning in a Personalized, Competency-Based System

    Learn how to utilize research-based strategies and work effectively to transition your school or district to a model that will result in higher teacher optimism and student engagement.

  4. Designing Effective Classroom Management

    Designing Effective Classroom Management

    Create a classroom environment that supports student achievement and fosters positive behaviors. This workshop provides teachers and school leaders with an overview of the keys to positive and proactive classroom management, using real-life examples and practical steps for implementation.

  5. Leading a High Reliability School

    Leading a High Reliability School

    Creating the conditions in which others can be successful is one of the highest duties of leadership. The high reliability leader keeps a clear focus on the conditions that are critical to establishing a safe and collaborative school culture, cultivating effective teaching in every classroom, and developing a guaranteed and viable curriculum schoolwide.

  6. Vocabulary for the Common Core

    Vocabulary for the Common Core

    Ensure mastery of essential vocabulary from the Common Core. This workshop guides schools and districts through the creation of a successful vocabulary program, highlighting academic and content-area terms taken directly from the CCSS for mathematics and English language arts.

  7. Proficiency Scales for the New Science Standards

    Proficiency Scales for the New Science Standards

    Revolutionize curriculum, instruction, and assessment in your school. Since the release of the Next Generation Science Standards, educators have sought to make the new standards doable and meaningful in a classroom setting.

  8. The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading

    The New Art and Science of Teaching Reading

    Robert J. Marzano’s popular New Art and Science of Teaching framework provides a general model of effective teaching; in this workshop, you’ll explore reading-specific instructional strategies that fit within and extend Dr. Marzano’s framework to encompass five overarching areas of literacy development.

  9. Academic Vocabulary

    Academic Vocabulary

    Implement a comprehensive vocabulary program. Build a system of excellence that ensures students can understand complex texts, engage deeply with content-area concepts, and participate in academic discussions.

  10. Collaborative Teams That Transform Schools

    Collaborative Teams That Transform Schools

    The Next Step in PLCs

    Learn how to transition from teachers who work in isolation to teachers who work in collaboration and from stakeholders who think in terms of my responsibility to stakeholders who think in terms of our responsibility.

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