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Demonstration School Site Visit: OWMS (Bronx) 5-30-19

Teachers College Inclusive Classroom Project

Thursday, May 30, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM (EDT)

Demonstration School Site Visit: OWMS (Bronx) 5-30-19

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OWMS 5-30-19 May 29, 2019 Free  

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Come visit One World Middle School at Edenwald from 9-11:30 AM on May 30th to see inclusive and effective co-teaching practices in action. The morning includes guided observations of specific classrooms and meetings with various staff members and the administration led by a TCICP Sr. Staff Developer. Practices to be highlighted include:

  • Building collaborative partnerships

  • Student-centered practices designed to engage ALL learners

  • Students making meaning through student-to-student discussions

  • Student collaboration in heterogeneous groups

  • Specially Designed Instruction to meet the needs of ALL students

 

This is a professional development opportunity aimed at anyone in a leadership role, including principals, assistant principals, guidance counselors, school leadership teams, PPT teams, IEP teachers, literacy and math coaches, grade level team leaders, subject area coordinators, deans, and any other interested educators in a leadership position.

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One World Middle School at Edenwald
3750 Baychester Avenue
Bronx, NY 10466

Thursday, May 30, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 11:30 AM (EDT)


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Teachers College Inclusive Classroom Project

The Teachers College Inclusive Classrooms Project supports research, teaching and service to create educational practices that support all students to grow and thrive in their classrooms.  Our philosophy is grounded in the understanding that all students can participate in the general education curriculum when provided with appropriate supports and services. We believe that the single-format lesson does not support the full and diverse range of learners in any given classroom, and that teachers need to develop the skills and dispositions that address each and every learner. Teachers with the skills, disposition and support to teach every learner can and will teach every learner.  As a project we strive to support teachers' development of their own classroom practices to teach diverse learners. 

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