PEDC 9136 Interactive Instruction to Improve Speaking and Listening Skills in the Age of the Common Core Standards
3 Graduate Level or In-service Credits/ 45 hours Instructor: Alissa Rosenberg March 1-30, June 1-28, August 1-30
Within the Common Core Standards (CCSS) there has been a great emphasis on the development of Speaking and Listening skills within instruction. This class will review a variety of Interactive Instruction strategies such as Cooperative Learning, Jigsaw and Structured Controversy that can be utilized within a large classroom setting or a small group setting to enhance a students listening and speaking skills. Sample mini lessons, activities and strategies will be provided. Throughout the course the class participants will create and share a variety of lessons and activities so that by the end of the course each participant will walk away with a toolbox of effective strategies that can be used immediately within the classroom setting. This class is appropriate for k-12 classroom teachers, ELA/ English teachers, Resource Room teachers, Inclusion Teachers, Speech Language Pathologists, Reading Teachers and ELL Teachers.
March 1-30, June 1-28, August 1-30