Poor Students, Rich Teaching Book Study

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About

Research states the classroom teacher is the single most significant contributor to student achievement. This course provides an opportunity for teachers to study and apply the seven high-impact mindsets necessary to reach not just students from poverty but from all socioeconomic groups. Becoming equipped with these mindsets holds the potential for teachers to make a profound difference in the lives of all students, not just those from poverty.

Begins February 1, 2020

Objectives

In the Rich Teaching Book Study participants will:

  • Develop greater awareness and action to engage students from poverty by learning about the seven high-impact mindsets necessary to reach students from poverty and help them succeed
  • Reflect upon the seven mindsets and how they fit into their individual content/classroom
  • Plan, practice and implement the mindsets in relationship to their individual classrooms
  • Have the opportunity to engage with peers throughout the course via online platforms.

Guidelines

Complete all questions in the Registration Form. 30 participant maximum

  • February 1, 2020 Course opens   (This is a self-paced course with suggested completion dates for assignments and readings)
  • March 27, 2020 All course assignments must be completed
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