Afterwords met with 3rd, 4th and 5th grade teachers at Edgar Road to share MAP data.
At 12:00 participated in the St. Louis Science Leadership Consortium at St. Louis Science Center.
- Keri Skeeters, LARC Chairperson
- ELA Core Content Standards
- Work Session Tasks:
- Current practices
- Tune a lesson to incorporate/strengthen ELA content standards
- SSLC Wiki: How to access, post, collaborate
- Next Meeting:
- January 11, 2013, Dr. Michael Wysession
- Lunch provided by Pearson at 12:30
Know - Reading, Writing, informational to persuade, 70% informational reading, CCR, lack of differentiation for SSD and ESOL, allows for professional judgement
Want to know - how to infuse non-fiction reading through problem based learning, how to increase content collaboration (group PD LARC/SSLC),
Spring 2015 - ELA and Math - Smarter Balance assessment is asking to read multiple pieces synthesize information and do something with it.
Teaching science through Journalism: http://scijourner.org/
English - Literary text and informational text
Learned what a "close read" is: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Close_reading
Found this resource via Twitter: http://driscoll-class.wikispaces.com/Flipping+the+Class
Read like an investigator, write like a journalist.