D45 Professional Learning Day - 1.17.2020
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  • The Friday, January 17, 2020 Professional Learning Day will be held at Jefferson unless otherwise noted in the session location.
  • All staff should bring a fully charged device.  Chromebooks will not be made available the day of.
  • All sessions will be limited by the number of seats available.  All staff members are required to sign up for sessions in Sched for this professional learning day.
  • Based on the overwhelming staff feedback for time within the day’s schedule to apply what is learned in sessions, two PLC: Application of Learning sessions were built into the schedule.  This time should be viewed as the answer to the legitimate question "When will we have time to do this work?"  Today’s schedule provides each PLC with 2 hours of time to apply your learning to the work your PLC is currently engaged in.
  • Session locations will be assigned, based on registration numbers, by Thursday morning.  Please check Sched on Friday as well in case of any location changes.
  • Lunch is on your own, but there will be three food trucks for your enjoyment and convenience.
  • All staff must complete an evaluation through google forms as an exit ticket at the end of the day.  This evaluation will be available on the Inside45 Curriculum and Instruction page underneath the Professional Learning Day link.  https://sites.google.com/d45.org/curriculum 
  • The evaluation form through MLP must be completed to receive CPDUs.
  • Staff will be required to sign in, including your "EIEIO" number, upon arrival.  Staff will sign out at the end of the day during the PLC: Application of Learning and Evaluation session.
  • Dr. Palmisano is providing three informational sessions regarding the March 17, 2020 Referendum. These sessions will take place in the Jefferson cafeteria, as well as will be available electronically for anyone who prefers that option or is meeting in a location other than Jefferson. https://meet.google.com/rqo-efye-rrs    

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Friday, January 17


Newsela: Supercharge Reading Engagement PDCFULL Teaching Reading IS Rocket Science: Assessment FOR Learning in 3-5 Classrooms Room 104LIMITED Using Feedback as a Tool to Improve Learning in a 3-5 Classroom Room 209LIMITED Ready, Set.... GOAL! Conferring & Goal Setting in 3rd-8th Grade classrooms Room 203LIMITED Spark Creativity While Assessing Comprehension with Book Trailers Room 210LIMITED Using Chromebooks for Formative Assessment Room 208LIMITED Assessment Tables for Dual Language Room 108FILLING Does Complex Text Matter in K-2? Room 207LIMITED Ready, Set.... GOAL! Conferring & Goal Setting in K-2 Classrooms Room 403LIMITED Let’s Talk! Assessing Speaking of Grade K-5 Emergent Bilingual Students Room 406LIMITED Navigating the Elementary ELA Pilot Assessment System LRCFILLING Using Feedback as a Tool to Improve Learning in PE Room 408LIMITED Music and Visual Arts: Preserving the Intent of Anchor Standards K - 8 Room 101LIMITED Responsive Teaching: Capitalizing on the Constant Flow of Information in Your Classroom Room 205LIMITED The Importance of Data Triangulation : Why Standardized Tests Tell a Skewed Story Room 107LIMITED Common Summative Design for 6 - 8 Math Room 206FILLING Navigating the Middle School ELA Pilot Assessment System Room 109LIMITED Assistive Technology for Students with Resource and Cross-Cat Support: Equity in Access for All Room 409LIMITED Fitness Using the Orange Theory Method TBALIMITED K-8 PPS and Middle School Guidance Counselors Board Room Social Science: Assessing Inquiry Standards, the Inquiry Arc, and Civics in Grades 6 - 8 Room 106LIMITED Early Childhood Teachers, SLPs and PPS staff Stevenson Multi-Needs and STARS Teachers Elementary and Middle School SchaferLIMITED