Create Your Yearlong Curriculum Map for Content Area Subjects
An open program for 6th through 8th grade history, science and ELA teachers.
Explore your content standards and design your curriculum with experienced teachers who will guide you through the process of building your yearlong instructional map. Participants will be introduced to literacy strategies aligned to CCSS.
Dates: Tuesday-Thursday, 6/24/2014-6/26/2014
Times: 8:30a.m. - 3:30p.m.
Location: Emerson Room, Wentworth Building. 2707 Transworld Drive, Stockton, CA
Cost: $200 per participant.
*One unit of CSU extended ed. available for $40
Register at: http://curriculummap.eventbrite.com
*Purchase Orders and checks are accepted, to register contact Suzanne Houlden at 209-667-3490 or email@example.com
2014-15 Summer Mini Institute
Great Valley Writing Project (GVWP) at CSU Stanislaus sponsors professional development for teachers modeled after the successful Bay Area Writing Project at UC Berkeley. This one-week institute is an introduction to the National Writing Project (NWP) culture of teachers teaching teachers. Participants will study composition theory and recent research, write extensively, and provide helpful feedback on each other's writing in small response groups.
This thirty-hour course is open to teachers and administrators from all disciplines in elementary, secondary, and post-secondary institutes. Applicants should have an interest in reflecting on their teaching practice and developing their expertise in the teaching of writing.
Registration deadline: June 30, 2014
Summer Institute: July 7-11, 2014; 8:30a.m. - 3:30p.m.
California State University, Stanislaus - Stockton campus
612 E. Magnolia St., Stockton, CA 95202
Registration Fee: $250
Units: 2 units of academic credit will be available at $40 per unit through CSU, Stanislaus.
Application instructions and form: 2014 Summer Mini form
Questions? contact Suzanne at firstname.lastname@example.org or 209-667-3490
Summer 2014 Young Writers' Workshop - Turlock - CSU Stanislaus
This program offers a unique opportunity for students to develop their writing talents. Under the guidance of experienced Great Valley Writing Project Teacher Consultants, students have a chance to grow as writers. In an atmosphere that is optimal for young writers, students become better writers. Students share writings with fellow students, conference with teachers, and experiment with a variety of genre and creative techniques.
Dates: June 16-27, 2014
Time: 8:30AM - 12:30PM
Location: CSU Stanislaus, 1 University Circle, Turlock CA 95382
Building and room#: TBD
Flyer: contact Suzanne at email@example.com or 209-667-3490
Registration Fees: Early-Bird $225 until April 4, 2014. Additional students from same household enjoy a $25 discount. After April 4, 2014, cost is $250, with $25 discount for additional student(s) from same household.
To Register online: http://2014yww.eventbrite.com
To Register by email/check: contact Suzanne at firstname.lastname@example.org
GVWP Demonstration Labs for Teachers
3-unit courses sponsored by Great Valley Writing Project at CSU Stanislaus
In these exciting demonstration workshops, teachers explore instructional practices that help students face the new demands of the Common Core standards. Participants read, discuss, and observe expert teachers working with real students in a full-sized classroom laboratory. Together, teachers discover effective ways to increase student motivation, confidence, and achievement at all ability levels.
Are you a working parent raising school-aged children? Our Demo Lab courses allow your children to attend our K-12 workshops at no cost - while you attend our GVWP classes for educators! For more information about our K-12 workshops for students, go to our student programs webpage: http://gvwp.weebly.com/info.
Best of all, these courses offer FREE registration for teachers in south San Joaquin and north Stanislaus counties! Teachers from outlying districts may register for just $50.00. (Program costs are subsidized by donations from local businesses.)
DATES, TIME, LOCATIONS:
Demonstration Lab classes run weekdays from 8:30AM - 12:45PM
- June 6-20 at Ripon Elementary & Ripon High (for 4t-12th teachers)
- July 11-26 at River Islands Technology Academy near Lathrop/Tracy (for 2nd-12th teachers)
Visit our Demo Lab webpage for complete information: http://gvwp.weebly.com/demolabs