Creating Uplifting Classroom Environments: Environmental Supports for New Teachers
How are you supporting your early-career educators? CCOSA and the K20 Center have partnered to provide valuable training and support.
The K20 Center has developed the “Uplifting Classroom Environment” model. Its goal is to provide early-career teachers with a number of practical, research-based tools and activities to help them to begin teaching successfully. This professional development’s objectives come from this model and will introduce participants to a multitude of strategies that actively engage students in rigorous instruction that can be delivered in a face-to-face format or modified to an online format.
In this professional development, the following objectives will be addressed:
Understanding Physical Spaces
Developing Rules, Procedures, & Interventions
Building Student/Teacher Relationships
Active Engagement Strategies/ Lesson Design
Rigorous Lesson Design
Sustaining Administrative Support
In this three-day professional development institute for teachers and administrators, teachers will attend all three days and administrators will attend the third day. Please note the January 13-14/March 9 workshops have been cancelled.
Endorsement: "We appreciate you facilitating the Uplifting Classroom training sessions for Bartlesville! All of the attendees gained valuable skills that can immediately be used when our students return. The Uplifting Classrooms curriculum has been a wonderful addition to the before-school training regiment for our new/newer teachers. We look forward to working with you again and BPS also appreciates the efforts of CCOSA to partner with The K20 Center to make this wonderful training a possibility." - Jason Langham, Executive Director of Special Services & Secondary Schools, Bartlesville Public Schools
K20 Center - the University of Oklahoma, Norman
3100 Monitor Ave,
There are no documents available for this event.