Archive for the ‘Conferences’ Category

Coming Summer 2017 – Cognitively Guided Instruction – Region 13 Pilot

Thanks to generous funding by the Texas Regional Collaboratives at the University of Texas at Austin we are able to offer this CGI Pilot to K-2 teachers in the Region 13 area at a significantly reduced cost!  Our space is limited to 30 teachers. For more details on this incredible opportunity go to SU1736496 Register […]

Elementary Educators: LOOK WHAT’S COMING YOUR WAY!

Environmental Health Sciences Summer Institute (SI)

Thew following was shared from TEA.   The Environmental Health Sciences Summer Institute (SI) is an annual, 5-day professional development conference where Texas teachers are introduced and trained to implement innovative, classroom-ready, STEM-based educational materials.  Located in Cypress, TX, the SI offers a series of full-day workshops (Monday – Thursday) and an offsite field trip […]

How to Make the Most Out of Parent-Teacher Conferences

From scholastic.com, for the original article click here. Script in Hand Come up with a script or checklist of things to discuss ahead of time, such as the student’s current percentages and strengths and weaknesses; your goals for the student; and any other concerns. It keeps things moving and prevents the parent from taking control […]