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A Teacher's Toolkit: 3-part series

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A Teacher's Toolkit: 3-part series


You are registering for a 3-session series, which takes place on: November 20th, December 4th, and January 8th. 


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A Teacher's Toolkit: Practical moves for new teachers

This three-part series aims to support early-career teachers who are facing a myriad of daunting challenges during their first few years in the classroom. Even after years of teacher education, many teachers find themselves unprepared for the rigors of the job. While university-based coursework, student teaching, and even edTPA certainly help pre-service teachers establish a foundation of sound practical and philosophical practice, there simply is no substitute for the on-the-job learning that occurs once teachers take the helm of their own classrooms. Over three sessions, A Teacher's Toolkit will provide newly in-service teachers with frameworks and venues designed to support their professional, intellectual, and psychic growth.


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Throughout this series, you'll be able to: 



Develop a deeper understanding of student off-task behaviors, the non- confrontational interventions that can be used to address them, and the classroom routines and rituals that can help prevent them



Reflect on and improve their practice of short- and long-term planning by applying the backwards-planning model of Understanding by Design to units and lessons they will soon teach



Investigate the nature and purpose of formative and summative assessments and experiment with some promising practices that will culminate in the design of a complex, authentic summative assessment task



Participate in and adapt for their classrooms a series of pre-, during-, and post- reading structures designed to help students engage in academic conversations



Construct an understanding of the Danielson framework for teaching, recognizing not only its potential as a tool for reflecting on and improving their teaching practice but also its role in their formal assessments




More information is available on our website. 


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To pay for your attendance using a purchase order

Have your school contact Y3BldCB8IHRjICEgZWR1 to initiate this process. A PO must be created by your school & received by CPET prior to registration closing in order for a promo code to be generated.Once we've received a PO, we will provide your school with a promo code to distribute to the teachers they are funding. The promo code will discount your registration 100% so that there is no out-of-pocket cost to you. You will still be required to complete a registration form.

To pay using a credit card

Simply complete the registration form online. You will be asked for your credit card information at that time.

To pay using your New Teacher Network membership

Contact bnRuIHwgdGMgISBlZHU=. Once your membership has been verified, you will receive a promo code that will discount your registration 100%. You will still be required to complete a registration form.
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A Teacher's Toolkit: 3-part series USD 375



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