Posted October 15, 2018
The Center for the Collaborative Classroom, a CORE partner organization, is hosting several upcoming workshops and webinars.
Date & Time: Tuesday, January 29, 2018; 8:30 AM – 3:00 PM Eastern Time
Location: Courtyard Marriott, 30 Whalley Ave., New Haven, CT 06511
Cost: $100 includes morning beverages, lunch and the Institute handbook.
This day of professional learning is designed to support K-6 teachers, administrators, and literacy leaders who are working to improve writing instruction and motivate students in their development as writers.
Date & Time: Tuesday, January 29, 2018; 8:30 AM – 2:30 PM Eastern Time
Location: Mahlon Adams Pavilion, 2435 Cumberland Avenue, Charlotte, NC 28203
Cost: $100 includes morning refreshments, lunch and the Institute handbook.
This day of professional learning is designed to support K-6 teachers, administrators, and literacy leaders who are working to ensure that all students thrive academically and socially.
For a complete list of Collaborative Classroom workshops and webinars, visit their Events page.
Posted September 28, 2018
Collaborative Classroom, a CORE partner organization, is hosting a workshop in October for SIPPS Third Edition users.
Going Deeper with Challenge Level
When: Saturday, October 20, 2018 | 8:30 – 3:30pm PT
Where: Hilton Garden Inn, 1800 Powell Street, Emeryville, CA 94608
Cost: $120 registration fee includes breakfast, lunch, and a certificate of completion of the institute.
Who Should Attend: This institute is intended for SIPPS Third Edition users of Challenge Level interested in an advanced learning experience and who have at least six months of implementation. School site teams of principals, coaches, specialists, and classroom and intervention teachers are recommended.
Posted September 1, 2018
Take the 7-session course on your own time at your pace over 10 weeks. CORE Senior Instructors facilitate the course, which combines interactive video models, collaborative discussions, readings, live webinars, screencasts, and the opportunity to earn graduate college credit. Collaborate in an intellectual community as you reflect on a range of new ideas and consider the implications of these new ideas for your practice as educators.
Posted August 8, 2018
In October 2016 Michigan lawmakers passed Public Act 306 to ensure that all students are reading at benchmark by the end of 3rd grade. However, long before the Michigan reading law was passed, Lake Orion Community Schools was already working hard to improve instructional practices and increase reading achievement across the district. Not only have reading scores improved, but the district’s early literacy intervention program has received international recognition.
Listen to Lake Orion’s Tamura Oberle, Educational Leadership and Teacher Consultant, and Jillian Knapp, School Psychologist, Special Education Coach and District Data Specialist, during this hour-long webinar as they:
Linda Diamond, author of the Teaching Reading Sourcebook and Assessing Reading: Multiple Measures, also joins the Lake Orion team to discuss how these professional books have helped shape the district’s reading instruction.
This is a wonderful opportunity to learn how another district is tackling the challenge of ensuring all students, including English learners and those with disabilities, have strong reading skills.
Posted August 2, 2018
CORE is a proud sponsor of these upcoming conferences produced by Data-Based Conferences.