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Teaching and Assessing English Learners

February 4 - March 20
On-line, Teacher Learning Hub MT United States

This course is designed to provide content teachers with the skills needed to adapt standards-based lessons for English learners. Including identifying academic language, creating language goals for ELs, differentiating instruction, and creating scaffolds based on EL proficiency levels. Required Textbook: Access to Academics: Planning Instruction for K-12 Classrooms with ELLs.   35 Renewal Units Enrollment […]

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STREAM: Measurement (K-3)

March 3 - March 22
On-line, Teacher Learning Hub MT United States

This 3-week module primarily focuses on measurement, the K-3 learning progressions related to measurement, and foundational ideas that promote deeper understanding of measurement concepts. Participants will: develop enduring understandings of measurement attributes, processes, and tools; explore relationships among units, attributes, and measures within a system of measurement; engage in authentic problem-solving using tools that can […]

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STREAM: Describing Data (4-7)

March 3 - March 22
On-line, Teacher Learning Hub MT United States

This 3-week module explores how data and statistics concepts are developed in grades 4 through 7. Participants will: gain familiarity with the data and statistics standards and learning progressions; identify statistical vs. non-statistical questions and scenarios; learn how to select appropriate representations for data and appropriate statistical measure to describe a data set; practice data […]

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STREAM: Statistical Inferences (HS)

March 3 - March 22
On-line, Teacher Learning Hub MT United States

Statistics and Probability do not appear as stand-alone topics in Montana‚Äôs Content Standards. These concepts are dispersed throughout all high school mathematics courses with an emphasis on informed decision making. The power of statistics and probability to understand the world we live in is some of the most applicable knowledge students can acquire in our […]

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Ongoing

Maximizing Mentor Texts: Teaching Writing in a Connected Way

January 7 @ 8:00 am - May 1 @ 5:00 pm
MT United States + Google Map
$199

This 8 week, self-paced, online Moodle course is intended for classroom teachers and/or graduate students who are interested in studying writing in school contexts. In particular, the focus is on analytic writing, which has traditionally been overlooked in favor of narrative writing forms. Major course objectives are to help class participants become more confident with […]

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The Boarding School Era: Indian Education for All Online Book Club Course

January 14 @ 8:00 am - March 24 @ 5:00 pm
MT United States + Google Map
$175

January 14 - March 24, 2019 Register at: https://goo.gl/forms/3uJ4nQetcPUecXLn1 Read and explore books focusing on the Boarding School Era including My Name is Seepeetza by Shirley Sterling, Shi-Shi-Etko by Nicola L Campbell, Away from Home: American Indian Boarding School Experiences, 1879-2000 by Margaret L Archuleta, Brenda J Child and K Tsianina Lomawaima and Sweetgrass Basket […]

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