CREC: Capitol Region Education Council Public Catalog 
 
Class Details
Activity Name
NGSS for All Students
Sub Title
Grade Levels 6-12
Session Type
Single Session
Year Code
2019-2020
Equivalent
No
Max # of Awards
6.5
Min # of Awards
0
Activity Code
241-20-913-226
Topic/Subject:  
913 CREC Resource Group
Subject Area
[Equity], [Science Instruction]
Target Audience
[Assistant Superintendent], [Asst./Assoc./Vice Principal], [Curriculum Coordinator], [Department Head], [Director], [English Learner Staff], [Instructional Coaches ], [Practicing Leaders ], [Principals], [Science Teachers], [Special Education Teachers], [STEM Teachers], [Teacher Leaders], [Teachers]
Class Status
OPEN
Experience Level
Assessment Area

Other Notes

Things to know -

  • Make sure you have your photo ID when entering CREC facilities.
  • Workshop registration does not include breakfast or lunch. Please feel free to bring your own food and beverage or visit the CREC Central Café (111 Charter Oak Ave.) which offers a variety of breakfast and lunch options with daily specials.
  • Bring a refillable water bottle and/or beverage.
  • Bring a laptop or other electronic device (some workshops require only laptop) for note taking and access to online resources.
  • Please arrive 15 minutes prior to the start of the workshop.
  • Sometimes workshop room temperatures can vary so we suggest you dress in layers.
  • Please check the CREC website or your local TV station for any delay/closing information.

If you should require any special accommodations, please contact the professional development team at 860-509-3787 or pdsupport@crec.org, a minimum of 10 business days prior to the event.

Award
COC
Description
This workshop exposes participants to real teaching scenarios written by the teachers on the NGSS Diversity and Equity Team. Seven case studies are analyzed to identify research- and standards-based classroom strategies through an equity lens to engage various student groups including: (1) economically disadvantaged students, (2) students from major racial and ethnic groups, (3) students with disabilities, (4) English language learners, (5) girls, (6) students in alternative education, and (7) gifted and talented students. Participants will analyze an NGSS lesson to identify challenges and make adjustments to better support all students. Each participant will receive a copy of Okhee Lee's "NGSS For All Students" book.
Objectives
Payment PricePayment price
A - MEMBERS – Individual$165.00
Schedule(s):
DateStart TimeEnd TimeLocationAddressRoomInstructor
05/13/20208:30AM3:30PMCREC Central111 Charter Oak Avenue Hartford, Connecticut101/102Melanie Finn-Scofield