This Thursday, May 12 we will reflect on our learning around The Seven Structures of Best Practice and have opportunities to share and grow our thinking. Our new learning will be around Chapters 8 & 9. We will be explore what’s possible in the schools/districts we can influence!! Should we have time we will delve into the wonderful nuggets around some critical issues that live in many schools.
Looking forward to our learning and networking time.
See you soon!
Our 1:30 to 2:45 session on this Thursday, March 10 will feature content area conversations around “Best Practice”. Please bring your book: Best Practice: Bringing Standards to Life in America’s Classrooms.
Please read one of the chapters exemplifying best practice: Reading-Chapter 3, Writing – Chapter 4, Mathematics – Chapter 5, Science – Chapter 6 or Social Studies – Chapter 7! Lots of choices or if so inspired you may read more than one.
Looking forward to growing our thinking together!
Thank you for a wonderful session of thinking, talking and networking our learning around Chapter 2, The Seven Structures of Best Practice Teaching in the book, Best Practice.
The following links are some additional resources that were provided.
Going Deeper with Writing to LearnWrittenConversationWriteAround
Lots of Collaborative activities http://fisherandfrey.com/uploads/posts/First_20_Days.pdf
For our March 10, 2016 LCN Session please come prepared to share some of your learning around Best Practice. Read one of the following chapters–based on your work: Best Practice in Reading, Best Practice in Writing, Best Practice in Mathematics, Best Practice in Science and Best Practice in Social Studies.
Happy New Year!! This Thursday, January 7th this session will focus on Chapter 2: The Seven Structures of Best Practice Teaching in the book, Best Practice: Bringing Standards to Life in America’s Classrooms. We will reflect on our own practice and collaboratively examine the seven structures through the lens of what we know and do and what might be some areas for growth and intention.
Looking forward to learning together.
Nelli Koster firstname.lastname@example.org