Curriculum Summit in Hawaii 2018
September 17, 2018 - September 18, 2018
St. Theresa Catholic School | 712 N School Street, Honolulu, Hawaii
The best way to learn is from one another. Meet other educators and connect on what is working to support student learning.
Learn how to use the Atlas system to support your curriculum work, including new feature like lesson plans,
Take back a new strategy or idea to use in your classroom or with your team.
Choose from a variety of sessions to design your own professional learning experience.
We will begin the day as a large group before breaking off into smaller group sessions. Participants will be able to choose from two sessions in the morning and two sessions in the afternoon.
This engaging event will allow participants to forge their own professional development path by selecting sessions that best fit their professional goals.
Curriculum Writing in Atlas: Develop a deeper understanding of the process for developing units (backwards design/teaching for understanding).
Create Standards-based Pacing Guides: Develop the start of a a guaranteed and viable curriculum using resources and textbooks to address standards.
Unpacking Standards: Create clear learning targets and articulate what students need to know, understand, and do as a result of a unit of instruction.
Strategies for Differentiation: Develop protocols to assess student learning styles and plan differentiated learning activities.
Classroom Management Fundamentals: Assess the strengths and needs in your own classroom in order to develop tools and strategies to create and maintain a strong classroom community.
Shifting from Instructor to Facilitator in the Classroom: Gain tools needed to facilitate a student-focused classroom and empower students to drive their own learning.
Half-day professional development opportunity for administrators and teacher leaders.
During this session we will examine elements of successful curriculum processes. Through dynamic conversations, we will outline your curriculum goals by working through details such as timelines, roles and responsibilities, getting buy-in, and developing the resources you’ll need.
Optional: One-on-one consultative sessions available in the afternoon for those wanting customized support
Registrations are closed for this event.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellation must be received in writing by email (firstname.lastname@example.org), or fax (503-224-7474) no less than 21 days prior to the event for a full refund or credit minus a $25.00 processing fee. No refunds will be given after that date.
Attendee substitutions can take place up to 48 hours prior to the event without penalty when it is an exact workshop substitution.