CORE will be delivering five presentations at NABE 2018, March 1-3, in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
CORE’s President, Linda Diamond, and our Senior Adolescent Literacy Coordinator, Lauren Greenberg, will deliver, “Functional Grammar and the Implications for Academic Literacy and Text Study,” on March 2 at 8:30am.
Our Chief Academic Officer, Dale Webster, will present, “New Mexico District Partnerships to Improve Literacy Achievement for All Students,” on March 2 at 3:40pm.
Our Director of Mathematics, Dean Ballard, will present two sessions, “Mathematical Fluency – Techniques, Access, and Sustainability for All Students,” on March 1 at 4:4pm. He will also present, “Teaching Vocabulary from the Perspective of a Math Teacher,” on March 3 at 1:40pm.
Finally, Lauren Greenberg, our Senior Adolescent Literacy Coordinator, will deliver, “Creating Vocabulary Lessons That Will Stick: A Practicum Lesson Design for Grades K-8,” on March 1 at 4:40pm.
Don’t forget to drop by our exhibitor booth and check back here after the institute to download their presentations and handouts!
CORE’s President, Linda Diamond, will deliver a presentation, “Scaffolding Vocabulary in the Context of Close Reading of Complex Text,” at Plain Talk About Literacy and Learning, February 26-28, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Don’t miss her session on Monday, February 26, 1:15-2:35pm, and check back after the institute to download her handouts!
CORE’s Director of Math, Dean Ballard, delivered a presentation, “Guided Investigations: Where Discovery Becomes Productive,” at the California STEAM Symposium. Download his handout and slides below.
Presentation Description: Merge discovery, productive struggle, meaningful discourse and explicit instruction to maximize engagement, focus, and learning. Work with and hear about lessons that utilize analyzing physical data to create models and make predictions leading to deeper understanding of important math concepts.
CORE’s Director of Math, Dean Ballard, delivered a presentation, “Implementation of ELD Standards in Math Classrooms,” at the CMC (California Mathematics Council) South on October 28, 2017. Download his presentation below.