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A Day of Professional Learning
October 12, 2015
Stonewall Middle School
October 12, 2015 is the third day of the PWCS Connect Conference. All zero-experienced educators are required to attend this day of professional learning at Stonewall Middle School.
Registration information was sent to every zero-experienced educator, so please check your email or with your Lead Mentor.
As a result of the foundation seminar, learners will:
- Understand the essence of Cognitive Coaching and how it differs from consulting and evaluation.
- Increase consciousness and craftsmanship in applying interpersonal communication skills to develop trust and rapport.
- Understand the power of a structured professional conversation.
- Learn specific reflective listening strategies.
- Practice coaching skills in planning, reflecting and problem resolving conversations.
- Increase awareness and skills in asking questions that invite and mediate thinking.
- Increase understanding of the use of data to mediate thinking.
This seminar is highly interactive and provides opportunities for participants to observe modeling and apply their learning through role playing, small group activities, reading from resources provided, and numerous opportunities to practice skills.
To register, search OPD 875 in the online catalog, session number 2015350087502 If you have any questions, please contact Donna Wilder email@example.com 703.791.8546 in the Office of Professional Learning.
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THE GOAL OF THE C.A.R.E. AWARD The Culturally Responsive Educator Award for Teaching Excellence recognizes educators or educator teams (PLC), from Prince William County Public Schools (PWCS) who demonstrate research-based classroom strategies aimed at building intergroup relations for interaction within and across diverse backgrounds. As a result of the educators practice, students find opportunities to achieve academically and work collaboratively toward fostering an equitable classroom governed by respect, rigor, and innovative thinking.
Click here for C.A.R.E. Award nomination packet
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