With over 30 years of experience connecting research to instruction, Project CRISS provides high quality, practical professional development for K-16 teaching and learning.
In this 15 hour workshop (10 hours live, 5 hours recorded with short assignments), Associate Director and NBCT Anna Deese introduces the CRISS Frameworks for Teaching and Learning using enlightening activities that demonstrate the research base. Then, participants engage in lessons adapted to model classroom implementation, demonstrating the instructional practices necessary to facilitate self-directed learning and student-owned, high-impact strategies. Recorded sessions focus on strategies or practices that require more extensive individual reflection or classroom resources. During the workshop participants are encouraged to make connections between CRISS and local initiatives. Project CRISS supports rigorous 21st Century Standards and complements the Danielson Framework, growth mindset, project-based learning, and other education initiatives while validating the dedication, knowledge, and experience of educators.
This class continues on March 16, 23, and 30, 2017. Read more about the schedule or register at Project CRISS’ website.