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RIASCD PD Series:
All sessions at
Johnston High School: 345 Cherry Hill Rd, Johnston from 4:00 to 6:00
Be sure to catch our Webinar Series hosted by WGBH, PBS Boston
Click on the PD# or Title for a live link to register.
PD#1 HEALTHY Child 1/13
Healthy Schools Coalition ~ Committed to making all RI Schools Healthy Places for Children to Learn, Grow, and Flourish
PD#2 SAFE Child 2/10
Heather Neil ~ Digital Citizenship: Appropriate and Responsible Technology Use in Classrooms
PD#3 ENGAGED Child 3/16
Steve Krasner ~ Nudging the Imagination: Writing Across the Curriculum
PD#4 SUPPORTED Child 4/13
Robert Rocchio, Jr. and Sue Constable ~ Social Emotional Learning: A Vital Component of Lifelong Success
Dawn Manchester ~ Formative Assessment in a Blended Learning setting
Anne Kaiser ~ Engage Your Inner Engineer: The Evolution from Science to Engineering in the STEM Classroom
Get your classroom or school’s work showcased!
Use PBS Digital Media,
Focus on the Whole Child,
Utilize the work of our session presentations
Contact Deb Ramm @ RhodeIslandASCD.org to be recognized
Register for sessions at www.RIASCD.org
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
Tell your representative to
Check out sample ideas to get the word out on Twitter here.
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.