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The Other Side of Poverty in Schools

Date: 05/13/2014

Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Location: 325 Education Sciences Building

Cost: $125 general admission, $75 for University of Minnesota staff and faculty, and $25-$50 for University of Minnesota students. University of Minnesota Staff and Students please contact Colleen Clements at cleme234@umn.edu for a special promotional code to receive a discounted rate and more information about the event

Description:

Led by Dr. Mark Vagle (Curriculum and Instruction) and project associates Angela Coffee and Colleen Clements.

In this exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop, teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators will:

  • Learn about the five principles for change to better meet the needs of working-class and poor students
  • Develop research-based teaching practices sensitive to working-class and poor children and families
  • Reflect on formative assessment of working-class and poor students across the curriculum
  • Take away powerful classroom ideas for incorporating social class-related content
  • Get ideas for establishing positive relationships with working-class and poor families
  • Earn 5 continuing education credits

Co-sponsored by the CLASSroom Project and the CEHD Office of Professional Development

Contact:

  • Name: Colleen Clements
  • E-mail: cleme234@umn.edu
  • Sponsored by: College of Education and Human Development

More information: https://osopmay13.eventbrite.com

Disability Options:

To request disability accommodations, please contact Colleen Clements, cleme234@umn.edu.

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