ACP: Effective Teaching Strategies

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  • Sat, Jan 21, 2023 - Sat, Feb 04, 2023

  • Instructional Service Center (ISC)

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Course No.

#111094

Category

District: Professional Development (9431)

Classroom Hours

21

Non-Classroom
Hours

0

Component Numbers

2.408.008 Teaching Effectiveness - FPMS

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Start Date

Sat, Jan 21, 2023

End Date

Sat, Feb 04, 2023
Session Dates and Times

Registration Deadline

Fri, Jan 20, 2023

Withdrawal Deadline

Fri, Jan 20, 2023

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This course is reserved for District Alternative Certification Program Participants. 

 

This course focuses on the domains of HCPS Rubric for Effective Teaching, a comprehensive system of educational research which addresses effective teaching, and how they can be demonstrated by the FEAPs.  In the course, participants examine research and practice skills in planning, management of student conduct, lesson organization and development, knowledge of subject matter, verbal and nonverbal communication and student assessment.  Teachers discuss research-based effective teaching behaviors and how those lead to increased classroom success.

Addresses Accomplished Practices #1, 2, 3, 4, 6

 



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01-21-2023

08:00AM

04:00PM

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01-28-2023

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02-04-2023

08:00AM

04:00PM

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Substitute Provided No
Stipend Provided (Charter teachers) No
Stipend Provided (HCPS teachers) No
Stipend Provided (Private teachers) No
Does this training contribute to a teacher's meeting the criteria for Highly Qualified status? Yes
Evaluation Method - Students F-Other performance assessment
Evaluation Method - Staff A-Changes in classroom practice
Delivery Methods A-Workshop (knowledge transmission / training focus)
Follow-Up Methods M-Structured Coaching / Mentoring (may include direct observation, conferencing, oral reflection and/or lesson demonstration)