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Target AudienceTitle DescriptionContact PersonLocationTimeMyTalent Course Code ##Additional InformationConfirmed for January 22Will this be repeated on February 19?Confirmed for February 19
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9-12 Math TeachersStrategies for Math instructionVirtual course offerings through canvas where multiple strategies for helping math instruction will be offered. Participants must attend at least three sessions and complete discussions and or reflections to earn credit.Hema Lalwani
Virtual (Canvas)N/A419090YesYes
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K-12Canvas CafeBring yourself or a team to work on your Canvas course, ask questions, find out about resources that work in Canvas.Michael Pillsbury3rd Floor SIS Computer Lab (ED Center)9am to 12pm419118Contact michael.pillsbury@cms.k12.nc.us if you have any questions.YesYes
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K-12Schoolnet CafeBring yourself or a team to work on Schoolnet, ask questions, explore data at your school, learn how to set up accommodations, etc.Michael Pillsbury3rd Floor SIS Computer Lab (ED Center)1pm to 4pmTBDContact michael.pillsbury@cms.k12.nc.us if you have any questions.YesYes
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6-12White Paper Annotation for Online AssessmentsHelp students annotate complex science texts on online formats using paper and pencil strategies. Presented by Kristen Fox.Cindy RudolphVirtualOn User's DemandTBDThis will be available earlier than the 22nd to allow teachers time to practice some strategies before the January EOC/NCFEs. YesYes
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6-12 EC & General Education TeachersConnecting Behavior Instruction to Academic StandardsParticipants with use a case study student to identify behavior instruction needs based on IEP goals and present level of performance. Participants with then examine content standards to identify standards that correlate with needed behavioral instruction.Marianna SartinEd Center-Room 500Two sessions offered: 8:30-11:30 OR (Repeated) 12:30-3:30TBDYesYes
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K-8Elementary General Music Textbook ReviewElementary General Music and K-8 Choral/General Music teachers will review several textbooks for a possible local adoption.Mark PropstUniversity Park Creative Arts8:30-3:30My Talent #419061 MUS ELE SP18 Elementary Music Textbook PresentationPlan to meet in the Multi-Purpose Room. Bring your technology.YesNo
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K-12Elementary, Middle, and High School Band StrategiesTeachers will work with Mike Robinson and learn new strategies and best practices in a reveiw of new works. Bring your primary or a secondary instrument. Join in the fun in the afternoon with a focus on instrument repair with guests from Music & Arts.Mark PropstNorthwest School of the Arts (Band Room #E142)8:30 -3:30My Talent #419062 MUS SEC SP18 Music Teaching Strategies and PracticesBring your instrument.YesNo
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K-12Elemementary, Middle, and High School Orchestra StrategiesTeachers will participate in an Intense Listening Session with Jonathan Govias and also have the opportunity to share some of their "favorite" pieces for student performance. Teachers should bring their primary or a secondary instrument. Information will be shared regarding Culturally Relevant Teaching.Mark PropstNorthwest School of the Arts (Orchestra Room #E101)8:30-3:30My Talent #419062 MUS SEC SP18 Music Teaching Strategies and PracticesBring your instrument.YesNo
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K-12Elementary, Middle, and High School Theatre Arts StrategiesTheatre Arts Teachers will connect with feeder programs and tour the new facility at Northwest. A special CANVAS session "tailored" to theatre arts will be introduced and the focus on Stage Combat will continue. Teachers should bring their charged technological device and wear comfortable clothes.Mark PropstNorthwest School of the Arts (Blackbox Classroom #E112)8:30-3:30My Talent #419063 THE K12 SP18 Theatre Arts District Resource SessionBring charged device and wear comfortable clothing.YesNo
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6-12ESL Teacher Curriculum Effective Instructional Strategies Across Language DomainsA one-day, interactive opportunity for ESL Teachers to engage in learning that includes; Clarifying academic langaug goals for word/phrase, setnences & disocurse level demans. Planning to implement effective instructional strategies across the domains of language- reading, writing, listening & speaking. Determining appropriate differentiation for various ELP levels.Amelia Heidi CampbellLincoln Heights8:30-3:30MyTalent #436200 ELL: Secondary ESL Curriculum Day- Spring 2018


January 22nd ElementaryFebruary 19th Secondary
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6-8 ELA (PLCs or Departments)Looking at Student Work: Writing TaskMS ELA teachers will meet as a grade level or department PLC to select a common writing task to administer between January 22 and February 19. Task requirements and potential options will be made available on the Google Classroom site for MS ELA prior to January 22. Use Google Classroom Code: tgwwj4v in order to access the "assignment." MS ELA teachers will submit student samples of the task and a LASW reflection sheet as a grade level or department PLC in the "assignment" in Google Classroom on February 19 workday.Theodore MuellerIndividual School Sites8:30-11:30 or 12:30-3:30Google Classroom Code: TGWWJ4VEmail theodore.mueller@cms.k12.nc.us for questionsYes - Part 1No - Part 2: Submission of online assignment due.x
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6-12ILT Literacy: Infusing Rigor into the Core
Participants will examine how literacy content and instructional practices can be ramped up to address rigorous core instruction for all learners. Participants are encouraged to bring a copy of an upcoming lesson and/or unit of instruction.
Katy CoffeltSouth Charlotte Middle School (Media Center)8:00 - 11:00 (1/22) 8:00 - 11:00 (2/19) 12:30 - 3:30 (2/19)MyTalent #419009This session will be offered in the AM only on 1/22, but will be repeated in both the morning and afternoon on 2/19.YYY
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6-8 ELA by Learning Community
The New ELA StandardsFace-to-Face Meeting. MS ELA teachers will have an opportunity to review the 12 Instructional Practices of an ELA Classroom Document for NCDPI. Using understanding of the instructional practices, teachers will explore the new ELA standards to determine Minor, Major, Vertical, or Structural changes in the Standards. Teachers will also have time to explore the online vertical progression tool to assist in planning lessons and units of instruction.Theodore MuellerAlexander Graham Middle School, Multi-Purpose Room1) 8:30-11:30 = Beacon, Central, East, LEAD, LIFT 2) 12:30-3:30 = North, Northeast, South, WestTBDPlease bring your laptop/ electronic device.XYes
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K-12 World LanguagesWLN K-12 World Languages Spring 2018 Here We Grow AgainThese six online modules were created to help you become a more reflective educator, while learning about best practices from some of the best World Language educators in the country.
Each module will include the following: A Self-Assessment from the TELL Project, Professional Reading - Read two blog postings from the Path2Proficiency Blog, Final Reflection and Goal Setting
You may complete as many of the six modules as you would like. If you have previously taken this course, you may repeat it to reflect on your growth since you last set your goals for each module, and read the latest blog postings from the experts.
Mara CobeCanvasAvailable January 22-May 10TBD https://cms.instructure.com/enroll/F6N8K9YesNoNo
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K-12 World LanguagesThe BIG Picture: An Effective World Language Classroom Spring 2018Face to Face @ Butler HS on Feb. 19th only. All K-12 World Language teachers will dive into the new national can-do statements and explore best practices shared by their colleagues.Mara CobeWaddell Language Academy8:30-11:30am plus online assignmentTBDThis is on Feb. 19th only!NoNoYES!
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6-12Using New Resources to Leverage Literacy and Social StudiesHow do I plan a historical inquiry? Not sure how to navigate new resources? Check out this session by Julie Otten on how to successfully plan a Social Studies lesson that embeds core literacy skills, complex texts, and student centered learning. You will leave with a better understanding of the HMH digital platform and quick strategies for successful planning!Drew Hammill and John NaborsSpaugh Room TBD10:00-11:30Coming SoonYes Yes
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6-8 Math TeachersMath Professional DevelopmentSecondary Math will be offering a vast menu of professional development options through Canvas (including courses for each content area, instructional strategies, and resource sessions) that will be available on Jan. 22 for all math teachers to complete and expand their content and pedagogical expertise. Rob Leichner (6-8)CanvasAvailable Jan. 22 - Feb. 19Coming SoonCEUs will be granted for completion of each PD module. Each module will take about 2-3 hours.YesYesYes
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6-12Health and PEChoice Led Health Classroom: Choice Led Classrooms incorporate laughter, music, movement, socialization and technology. Students choose their class assignments which motivates them to want to learn and ignites their curiosity. Choice led instruction provides numerous solutions that make learning and teaching more fun, increase student attention and recall information. Through the use of "Classroom Health Menus" educators can meet national and state health standards and motivate students to be successful.Kim CookeArdrey Kell High School8:00-3:00416798 section # 436269This training is only offered on Februray 19, 2018Confirmed for February 19, 2018Only offered on February 19, 2018
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Middle & High School CounselorsCMS Experiential FairThrough the experiential fair, CMS employees will learn about various community organizations, as well as broaden thier understanding of different types of services and supports targeted to a variety of needs. Following the experiential fair, student services professionals will participate in a meeting or sessions led by their specialist or leads.Cotrane Penn & Eddie BaileyButler High School8:00-4:00436164Confirmed for February 19, 2019Offered on 2/19 for secondary school counselors and all school social workersYes
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School Social WorkersCMS Experiential FairThrough the experiential fair, CMS employees will learn about various community organizations, as well as broaden thier understanding of different types of services and supports targeted to a variety of needs. Following the experiential fair, student services professionals will participate in a meeting or sessions led by their specialist or leads.Cotrane Penn & Eddie BaileyButler High School8:00-4:01436164Confirmed for February 19, 2020Offered on 2/19 for secondary school counselors and all school social workersYes
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AP Studio ArtOngoing AP Art CourseDrop in consultantations with Tamara Conrad (NWSA, Studio) and Kim Blair (Butler, Art History) between 9:00 and 12:00 Kim Blair (k.blair@) and Tamara Conrad (tamara.conrad@)Butler High for Art History & Northwest School of the Arts for Studio Art9:00-12:00 noonThis is part of an ongoing course with AP teachersYesNoNo
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English 9-12New Standards, Service Learning, and WritingTeachers will stay at their school sites and meet with their PLCs to go through the three modules in the Canvas course. https://cms.instructure.com/courses/202733/modules Prepare work to bring to the March allaince meeting. Roxanne Friday roxanne.breland@cms.k12.nc.us School sitesDetermined by school PLCSTBDYesYesYes
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