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RIASCD Pre-Service and Beginning Teacher Conference
October 24, 2015
Johnston High School
8:30 to 1:00
Keynote: Rhode Island Teacher of the Year, Tracy LaFreniere
“Missing Links : How Emotions and Personal Connections Affect Learning”
Our teaching world is filled with talk about theory and standards, assessments and best practices. Yet, our personal connection to students is the missing link to help them stay engaged, be motivated, and move forward as learners. Let’s discuss the role emotions play in learning through brain research and non-verbal communication. What you don’t say is almost as important as what you do say.
- Text Analysis in the Common Core Era: Practical Teaching Strategies and Resources (6-12)
- Induction: Supports for Beginning Teachers
- Differentiated Instruction as it relates to CCSS
- Use of FOLDABLES in Mathematics, Literacy, and Differentiation: The art of using hands-on graphic organizers created by your students.
- Getting Kids Moving: Integrating Physical Activity Throughout the School Day
- Whole Child: A Lens for Recognizing and Celebrating Great Schools
- Digital Storytelling
- Connecting CCSS Math Practice Standards to all content areas
- Formative Assessment
- Social Emotional Learning: A Vital Component of Lifelong Success
- Digital Playground: Tools and Tips for the Digital Teacher
Meet Joe DiMartino at the
RIASCD Author Forum in November
Joe is recognized as a national leader in efforts to personalize learning.
Register Early Here!
The RIASCD episode,
“Whole Child Across the States: How Are We Doing?,”
has been published and is on iTunes now!
RIASCD in collaboration with ASCD and Rhode Island educators
presented CULTURE, PURPOSE, AND STRUCTURED TEACHING
featuring DOUGLAS FISHER & NANCY FREY on March 27
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Segue named 2013-2014 Whole Child Recognition School by RIASCD
Rhode Island supports the Whole Child
Check out a “snapshot” our RIASCDs work relative to our newest Influence Grant.
The mission of Rhode Island ASCD, a community of educators, is to improve the quality of learning, teaching, and leading for the success of each learner.
Rhode Island ASCD is a leading source for professional learning in Rhode Island. Its exemplary programs, services, and partnerships influence policies and practices for the benefit of the Rhode Island educational community and the subsequent success of students.