Past Events from February 8 – February 29 – Buckeye Community Hope Foundation

Events

The Writing Revolution – Part 2

Virtual via Zoom

The Writing Revolution (TWR) aims to enable all students, especially those from historically marginalized communities, to become proficient writers, readers, and critical thinkers. Join us for any or all of our 4 part series helping teachers learn to incorporate writing into every aspect of their teaching. Start with us from the foundational sentence building block […]

The Science of Reading for Secondary Teachers

Virtual via Zoom

What's all the talk about the Science of Reading? So much emphasis is being placed on SOR and the early literacy grade levels, but not much is being said about the secondary students. Let's explore ways to incorporate the SOR into secondary instruction.

The Writing Challenge Check In

Virtual via Zoom

Now that you are starting the Writing Challenge with your students, what are the next steps? How can you organize instruction to make sure that students are turning the writing in on time!

The Writing Revolution – Part 3

Virtual via Zoom

The Writing Revolution (TWR) aims to enable all students, especially those from historically marginalized communities, to become proficient writers, readers, and critical thinkers. Join us for any or all of our 4 part series helping teachers learn to incorporate writing into every aspect of their teaching. Start with us from the foundational sentence building block […]

Primary Cohort #3

Virtual via Zoom

Join us for our collaborative session where colleagues can engage in discussions about current topics in their primary classrooms. Our goal is to cultivate a professional learning community where people can share their best practices, concerns, experiences, and knowledge. During the sessions, we encourage participants to bring any current issues to discuss.

Case Studies in School Culture: Problems and Pitfalls in School Discipline

Virtual via Zoom

May a school legally ask a student to "just leave" if they are acting up? Or ask parents to keep students home for the day? What is the difference between time out and seclusion? In this session, we explore these questions and similar ones. Code of conduct violations and disciplinary consequences DO impact overall school […]

The Writing Revolution – Part 4

Virtual via Zoom

The Writing Revolution (TWR) aims to enable all students, especially those from historically marginalized communities, to become proficient writers, readers, and critical thinkers. Join us for any or all of our 4 part series helping teachers learn to incorporate writing into every aspect of their teaching. Start with us from the foundational sentence building block […]

Student-Centered Learning: Turning Students into Teachers

Virtual via Zoom

Are your students disengaged? not interested? not motivated? Enter the world of Student-Centered Learning and your job will turn from "safe on a stage" to "guide on the side." Learning a variety of quick and easy student engagement strategies that will turn the emphasis on students discovering their own learning.

Math Cohort Session II: Implementing Tasks that Promote Reasoning and Problem-Solving

Virtual via Zoom

Join us for a 60-minute "chat and chew" style session on implementing effective teaching practices for mathematics using the resource "Taking Action" from NCTM. In this session, we will discuss Chapter 3, which covers implementing tasks that promote reasoning and problem solving. While purchasing the resource is not mandatory, it's highly recommended. In advance of […]

Diverse Assessments for Diverse Learners

Virtual via Zoom

Are all of the students on your roster "typical learners?" Right, we didn't think so! Fortunately, there are many ways to adapt and differentiate the assessment process without driving yourself crazy, no matter what grade or content area you teach. Participants will discover creative approaches to formative and summative assessment that truly invite students to […]

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