Agenda - Bootcamp 2019
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Day 1
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8:30 AMArrive, registration, breakfast
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9:00 AMWelcome, introductions, design of the workshop
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9:15 AM
Review of Year 1 Rollout and Resources
-How to read the standards, shifts from old to new, disciplinary literacy, Inquiry, state curricular requirements, civic engagement
(this is review only, and an overview of the resources available in case people haven't seen them)
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9:40 AMCurriculum Review & Gap Analysis
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10:30 AMBreak
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10:40 AM
The Tough Questions
-What are you missing?
-Where do your students struggle the most?
-Does your curriculum have adequate time in all strands of social studies, not just one or two?
-Where do we find the inquiry cycle in your curriculum?
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11:10 AM
Content Appendices & ITLS Resource, Roadmap to Inquiry
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11:45 AMLunch
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12:30 PM
The Importance of Quality Resources tied to State Standards
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2:00 PMBreak
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2:10 PMImplementation BingoPrizes, even!
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2:40 AMBootcamp Session #1 - *Bootcamp Sessions are designed to allow educators time to work on what they feel they need most; districts may work in teams on curriculum work, assessment work, quality resource evaluation, etc, or they may join other groups in like conversations such as "US History teachers" or "we teach middle school" to work on topics of interest. We also often have DPI consultants join us for sessions if people are interested in discussing American Indian Studies or Environmental Literacy.
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3:45 PMReview, Debrief, Plan for Day 2*Attendees are asked to identify on a survey what they would like to focus on tomorrow during Bootcamp sessions, to ensure that we have enough rooms, etc.
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Day 28:00 AMArrive, Breakfast
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8:30 AMWelcome, Questions from Day 1
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8:40 AMAmerican Indian Studies Appendix (Draft)
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9:25 AMDesign of Day 2
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9:30 AMBootcamp Session #2*Bootcamp Sessions are designed to allow educators time to work on what they feel they need most; districts may work in teams on curriculum work, assessment work, quality resource evaluation, etc, or they may join other groups in like conversations such as "US History teachers" or "we teach middle school" to work on topics of interest. We also often have DPI consultants join us for sessions if people are interested in discussing American Indian Studies or Environmental Literacy.
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10:30 AMBreak
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10:45 AMBootcamp Session #3
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12:00 PMLunch
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12:45 PMBootcamp Session #4
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1:45 PM
Review, Debrief, Plans for Year 2 Rollout Resources
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2:00 PMRelease
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