Impact Teachers Workshop

Funded by SCHEV's SURN Visible Leaders 2.0

Note: The Impact Teachers Workshops are Closed Events.

2017-2018 Event Dates:

Elementary Workshops:

November 28, 2017:

Materials:
Non-Fiction Literacy Presentation
Reciprocal Teaching Organizer (Doug Lemov)

Mathematics Problem Solving Presentation (Sam Rhodes)
Heuristic and Role Cards
Problem Solving Rubric

February 6, 2018:

Materials:
Non-Fiction Presentation (Lori Wall)   
Clock Buddies Template 
Hard at Work Article
Possible Sentence Organizer


March 13, 2018:

Non-Fiction Presentation (Lori Wall)

June 5, 2018:

Non-Fiction Presentation (Lori Wall)
Get to Know You Jenga

Secondary Workshops:

February 16, 2018:

Materials:
Introductory Powerpoint Presentation
Focus - Powerpoint Presentation
Reading Habits - Powerpoint Presentation
Chalk Talk Reflection Activity
Profile of a Graduate Diagram
Leisure Reading Article
Text Rendering Protocol
Study Guide for Focus

March 16, 2018:

Materials:
Powerpoint Presentation
Class Generated Quad Text Sets
How Focus Supports the 5 Cs
Quad Text Set Organizer

April 20, 2018:

Materials:
Powerpoint Presentation - Quad and Student Text Sets
Powerpoint Presentation - Teaching Argument

Conversation Frame Cards
Mystery Analysis
Socratic Seminar Reflection
Round Robin Feedback Form

May 18, 2018:

Materials:
Designing and Developing Performance Assessments (Slides from presentation by Dr. Chris Gareis)


Project Goals & Objectives

The Impact Teachers initiative is a series of professional development sessions designed to enhance the skill sets of teachers to address the defined by the Virginia Department of Education. 

The teacher(s) will receive:

  • session materials, including books
  • high quality professional development by College faculty
  • documentation of up to 30 contact hours for participating in four professional development days and developing a course related document

The teacher(s) are expected to:

  • Attend professional development sessions on all of four assigned dates. These sessions will focus on leadership development, persuasive writing, argumentation, research, and nonfiction literacy and will be held at the College of William and Mary
  • Use and reflect upon target strategies provided through session participation and intersession activities (e.g., online learning module, text sets, lesson plan, syllabus)
  • Provide school-level professional development to colleagues

Driving Directions

The workshop is being held on the campus of The College of William and Mary in the School of Education's Professional Development Center. The address is 301 Monticello Avenue, Williamsburg, VA. A parking pass is required and will be emailed to participants.

SOE

 From Richmond and points west:

  • Take Interstate 64 East to exit 234 (Route 199 East) towards Lightfoot.
  • Follow Route 199 approximately 6 miles to the Monticello Avenue exit.
  • At the bottom of the ramp, turn left at the stop light onto Monticello Avenue.
  • Stay on Monticello Avenue for approximately 1.5 miles. At the sixth light, you’ll see a large sign on the right for the School of Education. Turn right at the light.
  • Park in the lot specified on your parking pass. Be sure to display your parking permit which will be emailed.

 From Norfolk and points east:

  • Take Interstate 64 West to exit 242A (Route 199 West) towards Williamsburg and Jamestown.
  • Follow Route 199 approximately 6 miles to the Monticello Avenue exit.
  • At the bottom of the ramp, bear to the right onto Monticello Avenue.
  • Stay on Monticello Avenue for approximately 1.5 miles. At the sixth light, you’ll see a large sign on the right for the School of Education. Turn right at the light.
  • Park in the lot specified on your parking pass. Be sure to display your parking permit which will be emailed.

Travel Time from Air Transportation:


SURN asks the school division to pay the travel costs for their teacher(s). The College and Career Readiness Initiative is a closed event. Each SURN Principal Academy administrator is invited to select two language arts/English teachers from his/her middle or high school. Please email [[surn]] if you have any questions.