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Monday, July 7, 2014 - 10:45 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.


SESSION TITLE
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SESSION ABSTRACT
TARGET AUDIENCE
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90 Minutes of Reading Instruction in a 3/4 Transition Class
NCDPI
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What does the required 90-minute block look like in regards to Read to Achieve legislation? In this session, participants will review research on the importance of having a 90-minute block of reading instruction. Through collaboration, participants will develop plans for each of the blocks of instructional time. BYOD
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K-4 Teachers, Administrators, and Instructional Coaches
311
ACTivate! - Developing School-wide Activities to Improve ACT Scores
Alexander
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This session will explain how to organize a PLC to analyze ACT data and develop school-wide strategies to work on ACT content areas. We will share activities that were implemented at our high school such as daily warm-ups, focused lessons, afterschool sessions, and student incentives to increase student performance on the ACT.
9-12 Teachers, Administrators, and District Office
604
Aligning the Critical Areas of 3-5 Mathematics
NWRESA
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Working in grade level groups, participants will examine the Common Core Critical Areas and align content standards to the critical areas. This exercise will help participants see how to integrate the mathematical domains.
3-5 Math Teachers
603
Building Capacity in the 21st Century
Surry
This session will share a locally-developed model of professional development, inclusive of quality instructional components leading to participant engagement and content mastery, in an online teaching and learning environment followed by face-to-face real-time coaching. This model will revolutionize your teacher delivery model for building capacity in your school district.
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K-12 Teachers and Administrators
612
Collaborative Planning and Pacing for Success (R)
Ashe
In this session we will examine the process of moving to Common Core with a collaborative focus. We will go through the process that was used to create a collaborative and rigorous shift into the new standards while staying focused on high expectations and student growth.
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K-8 Teachers, Coaches, Administrators
605
Come a Little Closer (R)
Yadkin
What exactly is close reading? How is it different from other reading instruction? Most importantly, how can you make close readers out of your students as they read and reread worthy text focusing on what it says and how it works engaging in the comparison with other texts and evaluation of the implications in their lives? Come take a closer look.
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K-6 Teachers
Media
Effective Teaching Strategies for Students with Disabilities: What Works? (R)
NCDPI
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This session is designed to provide educators with classroom strategies and accommodations that may be used to meet the needs of students with disabilities.
K-12 Educators
403
Elementary Data Teams (R)
Wilkes
Participants will learn the basics of establishing the 6 Step Data Team Process based on the research of Douglas Reeves. Two principals will share how they have implemented data teams and the difference it has made in grade level discussions, teaching and learning, and differentiating instruction. This process not only improves student achievement, but builds capacity among teachers.
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K-5 Teachers and Administrators
607
Finding and Using Online Resources
NCDPI
Discover sources for copyright-friendly materials to support the curriculum. We’ll explore a variety of online sources, as well as techniques for locating materials efficiently. The free resources on WiseOwl will be covered, including the new eBooks (10,000 titles). We’ll discuss using online resources ethically and applying common sense to copyright issues as well.
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K-12 Teachers and Administrators; including specialty collections for Health, Business, and CTE.
401
From Overwhelmed to Overly Productive
Newton-Conover
This district leadership team will share innovative strategies such as flipping your leadership meetings and clearly communicating your message in multiple formats to all stakeholders while gaining back much needed face to face time with those you serve. Learn how to put digital tools to work for you and help you get organized, plan, communicate, work more productively, and market your school/district.
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Teacher leaders, Instructional Technology Staff, Leadership teams
606
Multi-Tiered System of Support: Building the System (R)
Caldwell
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This session will recount one district's journey through Responsiveness to Instruction (RtI) to a Multi-Tiered System of Support with emphasis on the core, meeting structures, and instructional rounds.
Central Office Staff, K-8 Administrators, Instructional Facilitators/Coaches, Lead Teachers, Psychologists, and School Counselors
608
PBLHub: An Integrated Approach to Project Based Learning (R)
Buncombe
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One school's integrated approach to Project Based Learning: *connecting Web 2.0 tools with self-guided tutorials *differentiating professional development for teachers *maximizing resources with BYOD, collaboration, and flexible scheduling
Middle- or High School Teachers, Media Specialists, and Instructional Technology Facilitators
610
Secondary Mathematics Progressions: Pathways to Understanding (R)
NCDPI
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Participants will closely analyze the standards for the Math I, II and III high school courses paying special attention to the content standards that are present in all three courses. Participants will be introduced to resources to help develop the mathematics within each course. Participants will engage in a mathematical task that explores specific concepts within the progression of common standards in high school courses differentiating the conceptual understanding for students at each level.
8-12 Math Teachers and Coaches
611


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