“Designing coherent instruction is possibly the most critical step in providing students with a quality education.” – Charlotte Danielson
Welcome to our Shared Space Teaching Workshop Series. This four-day series will transform the way educators plan and deliver rigorous content.
From entry to exit, participants will examine, develop, and practice strategies for each step of the “bell to bell” process by engaging in interactive, "hands- and minds-on" evidence-based activities, appropriate for adult learners.
Key components of the series include:
- Designing coherent and rigorous instruction
- Using our Shared Space Strategy Taxonomy to rehearse the process of developing student directed learning environments.
- Developing processes for incorporating multiple entry points into every lesson.
- Collaborating with colleagues/ sharing best practices within content groups.
All participants have the opportunity to earn three graduate credits from Stony Brook University, and are given access to coaching and planning resources including the Shared Space Planning Platform free of charge for one year.
This series is suitable for all content and grade levels and can be presented as a 4 full-day consecutive or non-concurrent series or in Micro-workshop form (14 sessions).
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Izzy Galante & Dr. Nicole Galante - Co-founders CCS/ SST