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Classroom in Focus: 1st Grade Reading
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Led By Katie Klipp
Classroom in Focus: 1st Grade Reading
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Go inside an actual classroom and see veteran teacher Katie Klipp conduct her reading class using BJU Press materials. Katie uses a three-group teaching method based on reading evaluations where students participate in 30-minute rotations for reading, seatwork, and centers activities.

 

Classroom in Focus: 3rd Grade Math
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Go inside an actual classroom and see veteran teacher Cindy Dickinson conduct her math class using BJU Press materials.

 

Communication: A Key to Retention
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Led By Anita Sedivy
Communication: A Key to Retention
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Anita Sedivy will introduce teachers to practical ways to spice up their weekly communication with parents. Teachers will practice creating personal electronic communication that encourages parents to maintain healthy parent, teacher, and student relationships.

This workshop is part of our series for those not seeking CEUs.

 

Creating ESL Compatible Classrooms
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Workshop will focus on creating an ESL compatible classroom. It will include useful tips for lesson presentation in a variety of subjects to help students deal with the language barrier and cross-cultural concerns.

 

English: Tailoring to Make Everything Fit
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| Led By Barb Rooks
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Barbara Rooks explains how to choose the material that students need most and how to shape that material so that students more easily understand. Participants will learn tips for customizing their classrooms and will identify principles in achieving proper emphasis on material across grade levels.

This workshop is part of our series for those not seeking CEUs.

 

Flavors of Teaching
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Your mother told you to be sure to eat from all the food groups. But some teachers “feed” all their students the same kind of instruction! Learn how do differentiate your teaching to meet students’ diverse educational needs using a well-rounded plate of strategies.

 

Footsteps for Fours: Philosophy of Early Childhood Education
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The beginning years are critical. We are laying a vital foundation, and how we do this will shape each child’s approach to future learning. Footsteps for Fours provides a full year of wonderful teaching aids for the teacher. In this session, we will learn what we can do to stimulate and encourage the love of learning in these formative years and teach preschool right from the start!

 

Improving Your Administrative Communication
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Led By Brian Carruthers
Improving Your Administrative Communication
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Brian Carruthers explores the importance of quality communication skills as well as how to use technology in making the process more efficient. Participants will learn to define communication, to recognize its importance, and to use it as a skill.

This workshop is part of our series for those not seeking CEUs.

 

Math: More than Memorization
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Memorizing facts is important in mathematics, but it should not be our ultimate goal. This workshop will focus on the fact that successful math students go beyond memorization and can really understand math. Participants will be given ways to help their students become mathematical thinkers, not just fact-memorizers.

 

Reading Assessment
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Assessing Reading is a unique yet necessary part of teaching reading. Assessment leads to a grade, reflecting three essential components of effective reading. You can learn to be adept at reading assessment. This workshop will help you get started.

 

Rules or Relationships
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"Welcome to second grade! Now, here are the rules..." How’s that for developing a relationship with second graders? But we need rules, too! Learn how to manage your classroom in ways that build a learning community.

 

Secondary Literature
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Led By Barb Rooks
Secondary Literature
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Barbara Rooks will model strategies that encourage evaluation from a biblical viewpoint, an important part of the BJU Press Language Arts program. Additionally, participants will learn to apply relevant scriptural principles to the literature being taught.

This workshop is part of our series for those not seeking CEUs.

 

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