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09-23-2020
07-23-2020
3:30 pm
5:00 pm
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Take Action! Strategies for Teaching Remotely in Academic Content Areas
In session 3, participants will use the knowledge from session 2 to take action related to instruction and learning. In this planning session, participants will gain strategies to support various modes of instruction in a face-to-face and/or hybrid learning environment. At the end of the session, participants will be equipped with:

- Strategies to support whole class needs including pacing, scaffolds and differentiation considerations, 
- Approaches for small group instruction including scaffolds, differentiation and/or intervention considerations for all students, and  
- Instructional strategies that can be used in face-to-face and/or hybrid environments to ensure equitable learning experiences.

Sessions are offered in each content area, please register for the session that is applicable. 

A.           Take Action! Strategies for Teaching Math Remotely, September 22 at 3:30pm 
B.           Take Action! Strategies for Teaching ELA Remotely, September 23 at 3:30pm
C.           Take Action! Strategies for Teaching Science Remotely, September 24th at 3:30pm

There are TWO prerequisites for this course: 
1. Understanding in Order to Diagnose & Take Action This Fall!
2. Quick Checks for Understanding 

LEA’s are encouraged to register as a school team to ensure the UDT cycle can be implemented across all content areas. Registration for each session is required for each member of the school team. Participants will have the opportunity to earn 2 PLU’s for participation in each session within the series. Additionally, at the end of the session 3, participants will have the opportunity to sign up for a content specific work group in order to collaborate with colleagues and receive technical assistance. For more information, contact: 
Lauren Allen, Science Specialist Lauren.Allen@dc.gov

Tanaga Rodgers, Math Specialist Tanaga.Rodgers@dc.gov 

Ashleigh Tillman, Literacy Specialist Ashleigh.Tillman@dc.gov
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Lauren Allen
Tanaga Rodgers
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