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Professional Development Academy

AFTER-SCHOOL PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT ACADEMY

Please read about our current professional development opportunities. Additional workshops will be posted to this site periodically, so please visit frequently for updates.

Should you have any questions in regards to a workshop, please contact Mrs. Mironov at (732) 541-8960, ext. 6031 or vmironov@carteretschools.org.

Would you like to see a certain workshop offered? Would you like to share with your colleagues by presenting a workshop? If so, contact Mrs. Mironov. All workshop presenters receive PD hours as well as compensation for their time.

To register, click on the workshop and fill out the form!

Workshop Title/Description

Date

Location

Time

Date:   October 1, 2018
Location:    Minue School Room 213
Presenters: Christine Beardslee

Workshop Description: This workshop will provide participants with the information and procedure for assessing students with the Fountas & Pinnell Benchmark System. "New to the district" teachers in are encouraged to attend, however this workshop is also designed as a 'refresher' opportunity for all! This PD offering is intended for staff members working with students in grades K-5.

 10/1/18  Minue Rm 213  3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
Date:   October 1, 2018
Location:    Columbus School Think Tank
Presenters: Katie Santoro

Workshop Description: This workshop is intended for administrators, Pre-K teachers, and assistants to take and in-depth look at the ECERS-3  assessment and rubric.  Attendees will leave with knowledge of the state expectations for the early learning environment.

 10/1/18  Columbus Think Tank  3:00 PM - 4:30 PM
Date:   October 15, 2018
Location:    Columbus School Think Tank
Presenters: Katie Santoro

Workshop Description: Continuation from Oct 1st workshop, however, all are welcome to attend - even if you were absent from the first workshop. This workshop is intended for administrators, Pre-K teachers, and assistants to take and in-depth look at the ECERS-3  assessment and rubric.  Attendees will leave with knowledge of the state expectations for the early learning environment.

 10/15/18   Columbus Think Tank  3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

 Do you want to be an Omer?  An introduction to Odyssey of the Mind, one of the oldest STEAM programs around!

Workshop Description: Participants will be introduced to the Odyssey of the Mind program, a creative problem solving competition for students from kindergarten through college.  Presenters will explain the three parts of the competition - long term problems, style and spontaneous. Hands on activities will be included! This workshop is for any grade level and subject area, but this offering will be geared towards middle and high school staff. Participants should bring their fully charged chromebook.

10/15/18   CMS Rm 107
 3:00 PM - 4:30 PM