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Monday, July 17
 

8:30am EDT

First-Class Conversations (in 15 minutes or less)
Academic conversations improve students’ confidence and competence. But with limited class time, how can teachers engage every student in meaningful discussions? This session will explore strategies that can be done in 15 minutes or less. Access to a laptop or iPad is required. Access to past or upcoming lesson plans are required.

Speakers

Monday July 17, 2023 8:30am - 10:30am EDT
509

9:30am EDT

10:45am EDT

Comprehensible (and Engaging!) Input
Comprehensible Input is about meeting your students where they are and making language accessible to them, but what does that really look like in the classroom? Come participate in CI games, storytelling, readings, projects, and more that you can apply to any language classroom.

Speakers

Monday July 17, 2023 10:45am - 12:45pm EDT
504

1:45pm EDT

Using Proficiency Based Rubrics
Want to improve your students' language proficiency through actionable data and feedback? Join other world language teachers to investigate rubric-based tools and strategies to measure and improve proficiency across all curriculum modes.

Speakers
JB

Jason Bagley-Cooler

Lead Teacher, Greenville County Schools


Monday July 17, 2023 1:45pm - 2:45pm EDT
504

3:00pm EDT

Harnessing the Power of Disciplinary Literacy
Teachers will learn how to merge and connect reading, writing, listening, speaking, and critical thinking in lesson plans to expand rigor and understanding. This session is for all content areas.

Speakers
avatar for Ingrid Huggins

Ingrid Huggins

Academic Specialist Disciplinary Literacy, Greenville County Schools
I've been in education for 25 years, and I'm certified in all core subjects. Most of my experience has been in the middle school. My passion is transforming classes through the use of disciplinary literacy. I believe that disciplinary literacy can help students develop deep conceptual... Read More →


Monday July 17, 2023 3:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
504
 
Tuesday, July 18
 

8:30am EDT

World Languages - Grade 6-8 Resource Planning
In this session, middle level world language teachers will work in collaborative groups to plan and build unit specific resource banks to correspond with GCS World Language curriculum.

Speakers

Tuesday July 18, 2023 8:30am - 10:30am EDT
508

10:45am EDT

World Languages - High School Level 1-4 Resource Planning
In this session, high school world language teachers will work in collaborative groups to plan and build unit specific resource banks to correspond with GCS World Language curriculum.

Speakers
JB

Jason Bagley-Cooler

Lead Teacher, Greenville County Schools


Tuesday July 18, 2023 10:45am - 12:45pm EDT
508

12:00pm EDT

Harnessing the Power of Disciplinary Literacy
Teachers will learn how to merge and connect reading, writing, listening, speaking, and critical thinking in lesson plans to expand rigor and understanding. This session is for all content areas.

Speakers
avatar for Ingrid Huggins

Ingrid Huggins

Academic Specialist Disciplinary Literacy, Greenville County Schools
I've been in education for 25 years, and I'm certified in all core subjects. Most of my experience has been in the middle school. My passion is transforming classes through the use of disciplinary literacy. I believe that disciplinary literacy can help students develop deep conceptual... Read More →


Tuesday July 18, 2023 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT
519

12:30pm EDT

Mistakes, Feedback, and a Growth Mindset
How can we effectively use feedback to boost our students’ growth mindset? How can we foster an understanding of the benefit of making mistakes? We look at evidence based practices and research to find ways to incorporate effective feedback strategies into our practice.

Speakers
avatar for Sandra Hunt

Sandra Hunt

Middle school teacher, Mauldin Middle School
I have just completed my 26th year with Greenville County Schools. Before serving as an instructional coach, I taught seventh grade science for 20 years. I received my bachelors degree in elementary education from USCS in 1996, my masters degree in science from Furman University... Read More →


Tuesday July 18, 2023 12:30pm - 1:30pm EDT
816

1:45pm EDT

Mistakes, Feedback, and a Growth Mindset
How can we effectively use feedback to boost our students’ growth mindset? How can we foster an understanding of the benefit of making mistakes? We look at evidence based practices and research to find ways to incorporate effective feedback strategies into our practice.

Speakers
avatar for Sandra Hunt

Sandra Hunt

Middle school teacher, Mauldin Middle School
I have just completed my 26th year with Greenville County Schools. Before serving as an instructional coach, I taught seventh grade science for 20 years. I received my bachelors degree in elementary education from USCS in 1996, my masters degree in science from Furman University... Read More →


Tuesday July 18, 2023 1:45pm - 2:45pm EDT
816

1:45pm EDT

2:00pm EDT

First-Class Conversations (in 15 minutes or less)
Academic conversations improve students’ confidence and competence. But with limited class time, how can teachers engage every student in meaningful discussions? This session will explore strategies that can be done in 15 minutes or less. Access to a laptop or iPad is required. Access to past or upcoming lesson plans are required.

Speakers

Tuesday July 18, 2023 2:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
511
 


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