Studying Skillful Teaching
The Jewish Education Project
520 8th Avenue, 15th Floor
new york, NY 10018
REGISTERFor General Studies Teachers Only
Four 2-Day Workshops
Sundays 1:00 - 4:15 PM; Mondays 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
(Jan. 6-7; Feb. 3-4; Mar. 3-4; & Mar. 24-25)
37 CTLE Credits
Teachers have to be able to reach every child. If you’re struggling to do this with a particular child -- or an entire classroom -- Skillful Teaching can help you.
This cornerstone program for building teachers’ capacity, developed by Research For Better Teaching, will give you the knowledge and skills -- as well as the courage and conviction -- to promote students’ motivation, learning, and increased achievement.
While receiving an overview to a comprehensive model of the knowledge base on teaching, participants will study, apply, and reflect on practical ways to:
- Examine powerful beliefs and expectations that influence students’ motivations to learn Support students in developing a growth mindset
- Design lessons that focus students on what learning is most important (objective) and what success looks like (criteria for success)
- Apply research-based instructional strategies
- Collect, analyze, and use formative assessment data to inform timely decisions about what happens next for students’ learning
- Strengthen cultural proficiency in instruction, curriculum, class climate, and school environment
Questions? Email Judy Oppenheim.