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Master Class on Early Childhood (November)

Location: Hilton, Battery Street, Burlington, VT

Audience: Early Childhood, Early Childhood Special Education Higher Ed Faculty Members and Instructors

Topic: Incorporating Vermont Quality Tools and Frameworks in Your Courses (VELS, CLASS, Ages and Stages, Teaching Strategies GOLD)

Description: Master Class is free, full-day professional development offering to help faculty and instructors discover and use current evidence-based content, practices, and resources in their courses. Learn more and register for Master Classes.

Contact: Camille Catlett at (919) 966-6635 or camille.catlett@unc.edu

Friday, November 16, 2018 - 9:00am to 4:00pm

Understanding the NGSS and Building Systems and Sequences (South Burlington)

Audience: Principals, Curriculum Coordinators, Teacher Leaders

Location: South Burlington Police Department, South Burlington, VT

Understanding the NGSS and Building Systems and Sequences will dive into how to read the Next Generation Science Standards, what resources are available to help unpack the standards and offer models of scopes and sequences, K-12, K-5, middle school and high school. Building Proficiency Scales will build on the first workshop and participants will be unpacking standards, and building proficiency scales for different granular sizes; classroom, activity and PBGRs. For dates and times, please visit the NGSS Workshops registration page for times and locations.

Contact: Margaret Carrera-Bly at (802) 479-1907 or margaret.carrera-bly@vermont.gov

Wednesday, November 28, 2018 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

Understanding the NGSS and Building Systems and Sequences (Newport)

Audience: Principals, Curriculum Coordinators, Teacher Leaders

Location: North Country Supervisory Union, Newport, VT

Understanding the NGSS and Building Systems and Sequences will dive into how to read the Next Generation Science Standards, what resources are available to help unpack the standards and offer models of scopes and sequences, K-12, K-5, middle school and high school. Building Proficiency Scales will build on the first workshop and participants will be unpacking standards, and building proficiency scales for different granular sizes; classroom, activity and PBGRs. For dates and times, please visit the NGSS Workshops registration page for times and locations.

Contact: Margaret Carrera-Bly at (802) 479-1907 or margaret.carrera-bly@vermont.gov

Thursday, December 6, 2018 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

Building Proficiency Scales (South Burlington)

Audience: Principals, Curriculum Coordinators, Teacher Leaders

Location: South Burlington Police Department, South Burlington, VT

Understanding the NGSS and Building Systems and Sequences will dive into how to read the Next Generation Science Standards, what resources are available to help unpack the standards and offer models of scopes and sequences, K-12, K-5, middle school and high school. Building Proficiency Scales will build on the first workshop and participants will be unpacking standards, and building proficiency scales for different granular sizes; classroom, activity and PBGRs. For dates and times, please visit the NGSS Workshops registration page for times and locations.

Contact: Margaret Carrera-Bly at (802) 479-1907 or margaret.carrera-bly@vermont.gov

Thursday, December 13, 2018 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

Math EdCamp Session (Newport - January 2019)

Location: Eastside Restaurant, 47 Landing St., Newport, VT

Audience: Math Teachers, Coaches, Math Instructional Leaders, Principals, Special Educators, District Leaders, and teams from sites participating in the State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP)

This EdCamp-style professional learning series is being offered to teams of VT educators who have a role in designing and implementing math instruction. This year's focus is building capacity to implement evidence-based mathematics instruction (core instruction and additional supports) that is responsive to the needs of ALL students. There will not be a fee for these sessions, and registration will be available soon. 

Contact: Meg Porcella at meg.porcella@vermont.gov or (802) 479-1870

Tuesday, January 8, 2019 (All day)

Math EdCamp Session (Chester - January 2019)

Location: News Bank Conference Center, 352 Main St., Chester, VT

Audience: Math Teachers, Coaches, Math Instructional Leaders, Principals, Special Educators, District Leaders, and teams from sites participating in the State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP)

This EdCamp-style professional learning series is being offered to teams of VT educators who have a role in designing and implementing math instruction. This year's focus is building capacity to implement evidence-based mathematics instruction (core instruction and additional supports) that is responsive to the needs of ALL students. There will not be a fee for these sessions, and registration will be available soon. 

Contact: Meg Porcella at meg.porcella@vermont.gov or (802) 479-1870

Friday, January 11, 2019 (All day)

Math EdCamp Session (Newport - March 2019)

Location: Eastside Restaurant, 47 Landing St., Newport, VT

Audience: Math Teachers, Coaches, Math Instructional Leaders, Principals, Special Educators, District Leaders, and teams from sites participating in the State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP)

This EdCamp-style professional learning series is being offered to teams of VT educators who have a role in designing and implementing math instruction. This year's focus is building capacity to implement evidence-based mathematics instruction (core instruction and additional supports) that is responsive to the needs of ALL students. There will not be a fee for these sessions, and registration will be available soon. 

Contact: Meg Porcella at meg.porcella@vermont.gov or (802) 479-1870

Tuesday, March 19, 2019 (All day)

Math EdCamp Session (Chester - March 2019)

Location: News Bank Conference Center, 352 Main St., Chester, VT

Audience: Math Teachers, Coaches, Math Instructional Leaders, Principals, Special Educators, District Leaders, and teams from sites participating in the State Systemic Improvement Plan (SSIP)

This EdCamp-style professional learning series is being offered to teams of VT educators who have a role in designing and implementing math instruction. This year's focus is building capacity to implement evidence-based mathematics instruction (core instruction and additional supports) that is responsive to the needs of ALL students. There will not be a fee for these sessions, and registration will be available soon. 

Contact: Meg Porcella at meg.porcella@vermont.gov or (802) 479-1870

Thursday, March 21, 2019 (All day)

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