Instructional Skills Level I – Day 1
December 18 @ 8:30 am - 2:30 pm$1200
Presenters: Jean Anastasio & David Perry
Time: 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.
Dates: 5-day workshop – December 18 & 19, 2018, and January 29, 30 & 31, 2019
Location: Instructional Services Center
Cost: $1,200 per participant
Maximum Enrollment: 55 participants
Workshop Description: Five Day Instructional Strategies & Behavior Management
Effective teaching is not about discovering the perfect instructional strategy. Effective teaching requires developing a full repertoire of strategies and selecting one or more that will be most successful based on the needs of students and their particular learning objectives.
This session will review instructional strategies to use based upon rigorous and relevant learning. Participants will also look at the research that identifies the most effective strategies to raise student achievement.
Samples of content that participants can expect:
- 5 basic teaching strategies
- Strategies that result in actively engaging all students
- Managing time guidelines & strategies
- Behavior management systems
- Strategies that are designed to impact retention & memory
As part of the Instructional Skills Level I workshop, APL Associates makes available to participants, TEACHING: THE BOOK, as a resource in support of the instructional skills and strategies taught in the five-day workshop
About the presenters:
The managing partners and key trainers for APL Associates have a rich background of experience that they bring to the sessions.
Dr. Jean T. Anastasio has been an elementary teacher, special education teacher and supervisor, field coordinator of the Syracuse University Regional Resource Center, instructor for graduate and undergraduate programs at Syracuse University, Director of Pupil Personnel Services for public schools, and staff developer.
David J. Perry has been a secondary classroom teacher of history, department chair for social studies in the public schools, principal at the middle school and junior high school levels, education professor in the State of New York University system, and staff developer.
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