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Collins writing program workshops

collins writing program workshops

All sessions facilitated by Dr. John Collins

 

 

The Big Three: Research-Based Practices That Make the Greatest Impact on Student Achievement Grades 3 to 12

August 15, 2017 | Centre County Office - 60 Decibel Rd, State College, Pa 16801 

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM | Registration begins at 8:30 AM

0 (Includes lunch and materials) 

For teachers in all subject areas at grades 3 through 12, department heads, principals, supervisors, curriculum coordinators, curriculum committee members, and special educators.


Lessen the stress of curriculum demands and state testing by focusing on three best practices:
  1. The Retrieval Routine to make learning stick
  2. Ten Percent Summary to teach content and enhance literacy
  3. Compare and Contrast Grid to build higher order thinking and multi-paragraph writing skills
You will leave this high energy workshop fully prepared to plan, assign, and quickly evaluate assignments built around our three research-based practices. Participants will receive a resource package with reproducible materials to begin using the next day and to share with colleagues.

OUTCOMES
  • Learn about three school-wide practices that every teacher can implement to improve student achievement
  • Help students develop general academic vocabulary—the kind needed for success in all disciplines
  • Improve student comprehension of informational text while learning course content
  • Give quick, clear, productive feedback
  • Employ the power of frequent formative assessment and “effortful retrieval”
  • Help students organize and structure analytical, multi-paragraph essays
Register Here - Deadline: 8/7/17

TDA, DBQ, and SAT

October 19, 2017 | Centre County Office - 60 Decibel Rd, State College, Pa 16801 

9:00 AM - 3:00 PM | Registration begins at 8:30 AM

0 (Includes lunch and materials) 


This one day session provides well described, sequenced strategies that show teachers how to help students respond to TDA and other evidence-based prompts. These strategies also work for DBQs (document based questions) and the SAT essay, thereby attracting a wider range of participants and providing a unified approach for school districts.


Coffee with Collins (Virtual Session)

  • If you are paying by personal check, it is your responsibility to contact Jamie Russler prior to the deadline closure or the school district for which you are registered will be billed.
  • Registration fees will not be refunded for cancellations made after the registration deadline.
  • Full registration costs will be charged to those who register but do not attend the event.
  • Registrations made after the registration deadline will incur an additional .00 processing fee. Costs (i.e., overnight shipping of materials) incurred by the CIU # 10 due to late registration will be charged to the registrant.
  • Cancellations can be made through your E-LRNR account by hovering over My Account, selecting View/Cancel Current Registrations, and finally selecting Cancel This Registration. Cancellations made after the deadline should be made in writing to Jamie Russler at [email protected]
  • If you have special dietary needs it is your responsibility to contact Jamie Russler ([email protected]) before the event deadline.

 

For information regarding registration, contact Jamie Russler ([email protected]

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