September 24, 2014, William and Mary, Williamsburg
This session is for teachers who are ready to build more authentic assessment into their instruction, and want to be sure they are doing it in a quality way. This session is designed primarily for grades 3-8 teachers of science and social studies.
Oct 2 and 23 in Lynchburg or Oct 4 and 27 in Abingdon
This institute is designed to help elementary and middle school teachers plan and teach with rich mathematical tasks. These tasks help students learn to use mathematical process skills while providing a structure for mathematical discussion and higher- level thinking.
This session, especially designed for PreK and Kindergarten teachers, teaches evidence-based strategies to reduce children’s display of disruptive behaviors by facilitating their self-regulation skills