008 BP_Language Arts
  • August 5th, 2015

    12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    John Hopkins Middle School
    701 16th St S,  St Petersburg, FL 

    Component points - 3

    Target Audience: New 9-10 ELA teachers
    As a result of this training participants will: Learn how to use instruction to scaffold student writing., Increased student achievement
    Cultural Objective: Ensure success by setting realistic, yet rigorous, goals for individual students
    Teacher Expectations: 1.2a. Plan and organize for effective instruction., 1.2c. Utilize a gradual release model for instructional delivery., 1.2d. Help students interact with new knowledge.
    Leadership Objectives: b. Student Learning as a Priority, a. Student Learning Results, c. Instructional Plan Implementation
    Activities: b, h, l, m, n, p
    Author: Jennifer Duda - dudaje@pcsb.org
    Department: Secondary ELA & Reading
    Phone: 727-588-6000 ext 1420
  • August 4th, 2015

    12:30 PM - 3:30 PM
    Pinellas Park High School
    6305 118th Ave N,  Pinellas Park, FL 

    Component points - 3

    Target Audience: 11th and 12th grade reading teachers
    As a result of this training participants will: support striving readers with ACT success, Increased student achievement
    Cultural Objective: Ensure success by setting realistic, yet rigorous, goals for individual students
    Teacher Expectations: 1.1a. Involve and guide all students in tracking their own progress., 1.1b. Use formative assessments to collect and track student progress and guide instruction., 1.1c. Use multiple assessments and information to plan instruction.
    Activities: b, h, l, m, n, p
    Author: Jennifer Duda - dudaje@pcsb.org
    Department: Secondary ELA & Reading
    Phone: 727-588-6000 ext 1420
  • October 1st, 2014 - June 30th, 2015

    No time (online) - No time (online)
    Online Course
    Online

    Component points - 3

    Target Audience: Classroom Teachers
    As a result of this training participants will: understand how to use iStation in the classroom as differentiated instruction., increased reading achievement.
    Cultural Objective: differentiate instruction to meet various student needs.
    Teacher Expectations: 1.1a. Involve and guide all students in tracking their own progress., 1.1d. Utilize available technology to collect, analyze, and communicate student data., 1.2a. Plan and organize for effective instruction.
    Activities: b,i
    Author: Holly Slaughter - slaughterh@pcsb.org
    Department: Elementary Reading and Language Arts Department
    Phone: 727-588-6090

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