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||Cultivating Master Teachers

Attention new teachers! Are you ready to become a master educator and make a real difference in the lives of your students? If so, then this six-session professional learning series is just what you need to get started.

Whether you are a first-time teacher or an experienced educator in a new district, this course is designed to provide you with the critical components needed to become a master teacher. Through this course, you will learn about effective communication, learning environment design, curriculum and content, best practice instructional strategies, meaningful data, and growth.

By participating in this course, you will develop, implement, and reflect on how these components impact student learning, helping you cultivate the master educator within yourself.

Target Audience
New elementary and secondary teachers.
Learner Outcomes

1. How does the role of effective communication and consistent behavior management enhance student learning opportunities?

2. How does creating a positive classroom culture and climate support an environment for learning?

3. How can we use individualized plans and quality lessons to support student growth?

4. How can we actively engage students in the learning process?

5. How can we use data to support instructional planning, delivery, and student growth?

6. How can we adjust instruction and learning from successes, challenges, and barriers?

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Registration and SCECHs Questions:

Amanda Coeur
Program Administrative Secretary
269-250-9221
Amanda.Coeur@kresa.org


Questions regarding individual workshops:

Please find contact listed on event page.


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