2021-2022 Team Meetings
School Improvement and Advancement Committees
Estrellita Training with Hugo
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Pedagogy by content area:
Nuestro Mundo Lesson Plan Template
Mini-lesson with modeling
Targeted small group instruction and skill driven centers that help students develop their ELA skills in different ways
Following the Eureka Model:
Whole group instruction
Activities-select the problems/activities that are appropriate for your class
Most important part of the lesson is the Exit Ticket!
Beginning the PBL units- keep in mind the aspects of our PBL period:
Based on the Next Gen science standards- See NM PBL Map here
Begin with an Entry Activity
Group and individual work
Authentic project and audience
Faculty and Staff Retreat ~ July 2021
Curriculum Studies ~ Summer 2021
Reach out to a peer to work together on PD and summer preparations: here is our initial staff directory
Responsive Classroom and PBIS
The First Six Weeks of School
July 26th- First Day of School: How can you immerse the students in the language you will teach without overwhelming them on day one? What materials and support do you need in order to accomplish this?
August 2nd- Week One: What is one example of academic choices you will give your students in the first week? What is your favorite way to update parents on what is happening in the classroom?
August 9th- Reaching out to parents: Review the letter on page 13 of the First Six Weeks of School (or see image on Jamboard). Make time with your grade level team this week to brainstorm a communication method, draft language, and then share a summary of your ideas here so we can be on the same page:)
August 16th- Week Three: What are some ways you will set a positive tone in your classroom starting from day one? Look at the table on pg 173 or refer to the image on the Jamboard to brainstorm ways to address your class that helps them to develop a positive self identity.
August 23rd- Weeks Four-Six: In addition to proactively teaching positive behavior skills, RC outlines three logical consequences to use: Positive Time-Out, Loss of Privilege, and Break it, Fix It. Post an example of when or how you would use one of these logical consequences.
Respond on this Jamboard
Plan your day! Check out our draft lunch and daily schedules here.
"If have a word wall in your Spanish DL classroom, there are more authentic ways to support #emergentbilingual students in Spanish. Word walls don’t exist in Spanish, but students still need environmental language support! ~ Dr. Jóse Medina
Building Design Plans
"...A classroom that already looks in full swing on day one can be disorienting. A room that's tidy and inviting, with open wall space and shelves, can feel more welcoming to students."
-page 10, The First Six Weeks of School