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Events For 10/4/2010

L969-11 - ISAT Reading: Extended Response Gr 3-5

Presenter(s):
Jean Baldikoski
Location:
Center for Professional Learning, 1519 S. Grace Street (Highland & 15th Place) Lombard, IL
Time:
8:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Description:

This workshop will provide teaching strategies to help your students demonstrate in writing how well they understand a reading selection. The hands-on activities will focus on how writing functions, approaches to answering an extended response question, how to organize a student's thinking, and how to construct meaning from details in the story. You will also examine student samples in light of the state rubric and come away with practical material and ideas for teaching the extended response in your classroom.

ST102-11 - Substitute Teacher Training Workshop

Presenter(s):
Dr. Gayle Wahlin & Sally Pentecost
Location:
Center for Professional Learning, 1519 S. Grace Street (Highland & 15th Place) Lombard, IL
Time:
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Description:

The purpose of this training is to prepare substitute teachers for the challenges of substituting. Participants will be actively involved in learning the basic principles and understandings which underlay effective classroom management, engaging teaching strategies, special education, and legal considerations. At the conclusion of the two day workshop, participants will receive a certificate of completion from the Regional Office of Education.

A workbook is provided.

L970-11 - ISAT Reading: Extended Response Gr 6-8

Presenter(s):
Jean Baldikoski
Location:
Center for Professional Learning, 1519 S. Grace Street (Highland & 15th Place) Lombard, IL
Time:
0:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Description:

This workshop will provide teaching strategies to help your students demonstrate in writing how well they understand a reading selection. The hands-on activities will focus on how writing functions, approaches to answering an extended response question, how to organize a student's thinking, and how to construct meaning from details in the story. You will also examine student samples in light of the state rubric and come away with practical material and ideas for teaching the extended response in your classroom.