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      APEX - Literature Scope and Sequence Revision
Target group: Language Arts teachers at APEX Homeschool Enrichment Program

The team will select and read books, discuss and analyze based on multiple factors (reading level, appropriateness of content, etc.), propose revised list based on findings, enlist feedback from parent reviewers, analyze data/feedback to create finalized list.
      DIBELS Next Essentials Training [A]
This class is for elementary district literacy teachers, classroom teachers, and special education teachers who will be administering DIBELS Next. It is appropriate for new DIBELS users, as well as those who have used DIBELS 6th Edition. The workshop covers the foundations and guidelines of DIBELS, as well as how to administer and score each of the DIBELS Next measures.
      Narrowing the Achievement Gap - MESA
Target group: Active STEM Explorer advisors in SVVS.

The summary product will include a semester plan for each STEM Explorers program based on data and information learned during the STEM Explorers Annual Kick-off, Feeder System and building meeting, and professional development provided by individual education out-reach partners, and other professional development opportunities selected by advisors. The product will be a template that requires the information listed below:

  • Advisor, school, grade level
  • Date and length of time program meets
  • Summary of each project/activity completed that includes an evaluation of the effectiveness of the project that includes both advisor, EO if applicable, and student opinions about the classes. Evaluation should include suggested changes.
  • A list of each education out-reach partner (EO) that assisted with the project and the EOs degree of their involvement. CU student mentors are also considered EOs.
  • When appropriate, measurement of student achievement should be recorded and summarized. Attitudinal surveys may also be used.


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