rockin’ review – FULL!
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Let’s rock review for STAAR at the Rockin’ Review Conference! Rockin’ Review will focus on how to motivate students to engage with content that they may have struggled with earlier in the year. We will anchor on the content that is essential for kids to learn and address the highly tested concepts. We will explore NEW strategies and tools as well as deepen understanding of lead4ward resources, that specifically facilitate effective review.
The lead4ward Rockin’ Review Conference will give a campus team an opportunity to learn together. We recommend that a team consist of at least one teacher from each content area and a campus leader.
In the breakout sessions, we will:
- focus review on priority TEKS clusters
- leverage content strategies to engage learners
- explore hands-on/minds-on activities that provide meaningful practice
- activate student voice to create engaging review
- empower students to analyze and take ownership of common errors
- plan your next steps
Let’s rock this!
April 4, 2017
8:30 am – 3:30 pm
Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel
900 E. Lookout Drive, Richardson, Texas 75082
Kids enter school with a natural curiosity for learning. They inquire. They explore. They create. They look for patterns. K-2 teachers connect the dots between content areas. We connect the dots of content to critical thinking, confidence to creativity, productive struggle to independence, instruction to assessment. Most importantly, when we connect with other creative folks, we learn new ways to make learning come alive for young learners.
Keynote: The Big Dots: Young Learners – Big Ideas
Breakout sessions for Math, ELAR, Social Studies, Science, leadership and special education
Anchoring on the state standards, sessions will focus on how to connect the dots:
- connecting content areas
- working with words, words, words
- embracing age appropriate assessment
- prioritizing the important content
- motivating reluctant learners