Course: Elementary

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Units and Lessons

Backwards Planning Your Access Goal Resources: 19

Session materials from Jan 12 ACC

337
Inside the Mind of a Student: A Protocol for Examining the Rigor of Student Work Resources: 7

Session materials from the Jan 12 ACC

401
Rigorous Questioning in the Classroom

CYOA Session run by Julie Jackson of Uncommon Schools at Jan 12 ACC

235
Making the Most of Guided Reading

CYOA Session run by Jamee Lynch (KIPP DFW) and Nicole Seltman (KIPP Austin) at Jan 12 ACC

254
Rigor and Critical Thinking in the Elementary Classroom

CYOA Session run by Stephanie Keenoy of Achievement First at Jan 12 ACC

218
Effectively Intervening for Student Mastery Resources: 7

Session materials from the Nov 10th ACC

267
Planning for Rigorous Student Outcomes in the Elementary Classroom Resources: 31

Session materials from the Nov 10th ACC

362
Maximizing Writer’s Workshop for Lower Elementary Students

Session materials from Sarah Mueller and Pam Nicholson's Nov 10th Choose Your Own Adventure Session

214
Breaking Down Your Math Block

Session materials from Dakota Rubin's Nov 10th Choose Your Own Adventure session

198
Kindergarten Resources: 5

326
1st Grade-Specific Resources: 1

304
Shake, Rattle, and Roll: getting students to move through independent practice using small group centers in math and science. Resources: 14

Math and science centers not only help students practice content independently, but they build students as independent learners too. In this session, you will leave with a plan to implement your math and science centers – including the each center aligned to a purpose with activities for independent practice and a plan for introducing centers in your classroom.

328
Guided Reading 101 and Planning For Individual Guided Reading Groups Resources: 29

During this time, learn how to group students for guided reading, set out rules and consequences for guided reading groups, and how to structure each guided reading time. Then, see a guided reading lesson executed, plan your own, and practice execution to get feedback. Leave ready to set-up and implement a strong, differentiated, smooth, and intentional guided reading time in your classroom.

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A Purpose Driven Day.Upper Elementary Version Resources: 1

This session was at the September 29th All Corps Conference

173
October PPC 2012: Assessing and Coaching Readers through Conferences Resources: 5

Learn how to listen to and identify readers' strengths and gaps. Use this knowledge to craft an individual reading conference that celebrates, coaches and communicates individual reader needs to students.

184
Spicing Up Your Math Block Resources: 5

This file contains the resources from Dakota Rubin's Choose Your Own Adventure session about the essential elements of an elementary math classroom.

162
Planning to Move Readers Resources: 6

213
FEBRUARY ACC: Moving your struggling readers Resources: 6

199
2013 Math F8Ws Workshop Resources: 8

168
November 16th ACC - Crafting Access Goals Resources: 2

97

Course Resources

Literacy Centers - FINAL.ppt  
162
Setting Up Your Literacy Centers.Overview.doc  
151
Literacy Resources.doc  
128
Centers Rules, Mgmt, Procedures Guide.doc  
134
2-week Intro to Centers Schedule - Blank Template.doc  
143
LiteracyCenterMiniLessonTemplate.doc  
108
Planning.Centers.Template.doc  
122
What Centers Should I Have. Example.doc  
123
What Centers Should I Have. Template.doc  
123
2-week Intro to Centers Schedule.doc  
104
LiteracyCenterMiniLessonExemplar.doc  
119
Planning.Centers.Example.doc  
91
Spanish.Decoding.Strategy.Cards.doc  
125

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