Attend this FREE workshop sponsored in partnership with Renaissance and NHASCD.
Spend time learning about the latest happenings with Literacy in NH and Maine. Enjoy lunch and opportunities to discuss strategies and new ed Teach tools with peers and literacy leaders.
Grow Your Skills
Attend to grow your knowledge and learn about how to integrate literacy research and resources into your MTSS programs and instructional coaching conversations. All sessions are filled with research and collaboration opportunities at no cost to you!
Achievement Teams™ is an experiential and effective four-step protocol centered around Collective Teacher Efficacy — a shared belief that educators can have a greater impact on student achievement when they work together. Within Achievement Teams, educators look at student data to make decisions about instruction and teaching practices that need to shift to best meet student needs. Achievement Teams ensure continuous improvement and better student outcomes by providing a structure for teachers to collaboratively reflect, identify areas of need, and select optimal instructional approaches to respond to those needs.
This protocol fosters positive relationships, encourages responsible autonomy, and creates professionals who enthusiastically believe they can improve student outcomes through equitable learning cultures.
What You Will Learn
Leave this dynamic learning event ready to:
Implement a four-step collaborative protocol that promotes collective ability and creates conditions that support educators to continuously reflect on and improve their practice
Enable teacher teams to effectively share innovative teaching strategies and learning practices, increasing both collaboration and student achievement
Make the most of collaborative time by clearly defining goals and expectations
Create a replicable, student-centered cycle of evidence-gathering, goal-setting, data interpretation, and decision-making
About the Presenter
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When it comes to school initiatives, more isn’t always better.
Today’s educators are buried under old practices, new ideas, and recommended initiatives. The problem? With such an abundance of strategies, it’s hard to recognize what, if anything, is working.
Before you’re tempted to add just one more idea to the pile, take a step back—and an objective look—so that you, central office leaders, building leaders, and teachers can decide which practices to keep, which to modify, and which to eliminate altogether.
Ineffective practices don’t just waste teacher time; they can have a catastrophic impact on student progress. Use de-implementation to shine a light on the path forward—one where teachers can focus on
what works, and students can focus on learning.
Join us at this NHASCD/NHASP co-sponsored event.
$325 – NHASCD/NHASP Member
$375 – Non-Member
Bring a Team: Every fifth registrant is FREE (All must register at the same time in order to get the discount.)
EARLY BIRD DISCOUNT: now through June 15
$299 – NHASCD/NHASP Member
$350 – Non-Member
Much of how classrooms look and much of what happens in them today is guided by institutional norms laid down at the inception of an industrial-age model of public education. These norms have enabled a culture of teaching and learning that is often devoid of student thinking. In this session, Dr. Liljedahl presents some of the results of over 15 years of research into how teachers can transform their classrooms from a space where students mimic to where students think. The practices discussed will intertwine with, and make extensive references to, the best-selling book, Building Thinking Classrooms in Mathematics (Grades K-12): 14 Teaching Practices for Enhancing Learning.
Join Dr. Peter Liljedahl as he shares the strategies in this instructional approach that has taken the math world by storm. This methodology is a way of teaching that gets students up on their feet, collaborating, and thinking through problems on a daily basis. Although its genesis was for the math classroom, it can work in any content area.
In this two-session webinar
- explore how to move toward a thinking classroom;
- gain a conceptual understanding of thinking classrooms;
- walk away with specific strategies that you can utilize in your classroom, as related to the fourteen practices for thinking.
This program is sponsored by NHASCD in partnership with NHTM. Registration for the webinar series ONLY is NHASCD/NHTM member $125; Non-Member $175.
Maximize your savings by taking advantage of our special offer to register for both the Peter Liljedahl Webinar and the K-8 Math Conference.
Registration Link Coming Soon!