Location

Regency Ballroom

Strand #1

Academic Achievement & School Leadership

Relevance

N/A

Brief Program Description

This program examines the ingredients of a classroom environment conducive to effectively meeting the demands of the CCSS initiatives, including classroom management policies, relationships, and interactions, instructional strategies, and ways of reaching a wide range of students across the depth and breadth of the curriculum. We’ll see how various policies and practices can impact the emotional climate of a classroom or school and address relationship and safety issues—as well as the social and emotional needs of students—with regard to instruction, motivation, and discipline. The program offers dozens of practical and effective strategies to prevent failure and resistance, minimize or eliminate behavioral disruptions, encourage support and involvement from parents, build a positive school culture, and maximize achievement, commitment, and cooperation.

Summary

N/A

Evidence

N/A

Format

Individual Presentation

Biographical Sketch

KEYNOTE SPEAKER: Jane Bluestein, Speaker/Consultant, Instructional Support Services, Inc., Albuquerque, NM

Dr. Bluestein specializes in programs and resources geared to provide practical and meaningful information, training and hope in areas related to relationship building, effective instruction and guidance, and personal development. Much of her work focuses on interactions between adults and children, especially children at risk. Her down-to-earth speaking style, practicality, sense of humor, and numerous stories and examples make her ideas clear and accessible to her audiences.

Keyword Descriptors

Common Core Standards, Common Core State Standards, CCSS

Presentation Year

2015

Start Date

3-4-2015 8:00 AM

End Date

3-4-2015 9:15 AM

Included in

Education Commons

Share

COinS
 
Mar 4th, 8:00 AM Mar 4th, 9:15 AM

The "Core" of the Matter: Creating a Community for Making Common Core State Standards Work

Regency Ballroom

This program examines the ingredients of a classroom environment conducive to effectively meeting the demands of the CCSS initiatives, including classroom management policies, relationships, and interactions, instructional strategies, and ways of reaching a wide range of students across the depth and breadth of the curriculum. We’ll see how various policies and practices can impact the emotional climate of a classroom or school and address relationship and safety issues—as well as the social and emotional needs of students—with regard to instruction, motivation, and discipline. The program offers dozens of practical and effective strategies to prevent failure and resistance, minimize or eliminate behavioral disruptions, encourage support and involvement from parents, build a positive school culture, and maximize achievement, commitment, and cooperation.