Office of Secondary Education Modules, Micro-Credentials, and Courses

  • Type of Professional Learning

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    Module

    Techniques for Differentiating Instruction and Assessment in Middle and High School Mathematics- Introduction

    This is episode one of a five-part series.  Through this series the participant will gain an understanding of what differentiation looks like in the secondary math classroom, why differentiation of instruction is so important, and strategies to help address differentiation in the classroom.  Any questions please email Alva White at alva.white@richlandone.org for middle school or Alvin Allen at alvin.allen@richlandone.org for high school. Course #22258
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    Techniques for Differentiating Instruction and Assessment in Middle and High School Mathematics- Mastery Strategies

    This is episode two of a five-part series.  Through this series the participant will gain an understanding of what differentiation looks like in the secondary math classroom, why differentiation of instruction is so important, and strategies to help address differentiation in the classroom.  Any questions please email Alva White at alva.white@richlandone.org for middle school or Alvin Allen at alvin.allen@richlandone.org for high school. Course #22259
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    Techniques for Differentiating Instruction and Assessment in Middle and High School Mathematics- Understanding Strategies

    This is episode three of a five-part series.  Through this series the participant will gain an understanding of what differentiation looks like in the secondary math classroom, why differentiation of instruction is so important, and strategies to help address differentiation in the classroom.  For questions please email Alva White at alva.white@richlandone.org for middle school or Alvin Allen at alvin.allen@richlandone.org for high school. Course #22260
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    Techniques for Differentiating Instruction and Assessment in Middle and High School Mathematics- Self-Expression Strategies

    This is episode four of a five-part series.  Through this series the participant will gain an understanding of what differentiation looks like in the secondary math classroom, why differentiation of instruction is so important, and strategies to help address differentiation in the classroom.  Any questions please email Alva White at alva.white@richlandone.org for middle school or Alvin Allen at alvin.allen@richlandone.org for high school. Course #22261
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    Techniques for Differentiating Instruction and Assessment in Middle and High School Mathematics- Interpersonal Strategies

    This is episode six of a five-part series.  Through this series the participant will gain an understanding of what differentiation looks like in the secondary math classroom, why differentiation of instruction is so important, and strategies to help address differentiation in the classroom.  Any questions please email Alva White at alva.white@richlandone.org for middle school or Alvin Allen at alvin.allen@richlandone.org for high school. Course #22262
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    19-20 GHS Certification Training

    Teachers will need to complete the GHS training module prior to the start of school. This module is designed to meet the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) revised the Hazard Communication Standard to align it with the United Nations Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for the classification and identification of chemical hazards. By improving the understanding of the nature of chemical hazards and requiring specific safety training, the GHS standard seeks to transform the Right to Know law into the Right to Understand. All teachers who interact with chemicals must complete this and have a certificate on file.  Course #22289
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    Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Series

    This module will focus on how to teach using primary resources. Participants will learn how to use a primary source analysis tool used by the Library of Congress (LOC) designed to support engagement and discussion among students in the classroom. Please contact Franklin J. Gause, Secondary Social Studies Consultant at franklin.gause@richlandone.org if you have any questions. This module is intended for all audiences, grades 6-12. Course #22058
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    Excelling at Exemplars in the Classroom:  Anchor Charts

    In this module participants will explore the importance of anchor charts, ways to create anchor charts to include essential elements, and analyze three exemplar anchor charts. This module is intended for middle school and high school teachers.
    Please contact Marie Russ at marie.russ@richlandone.org with any questions.
    Course #22006
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    The Road to SC READY: Making the Shift from Test Prep to Yearlong Instruction in Middle School Mathematics

    In this session, participants will focus on everyday strategies to support teachers as they work towards reaching the ultimate goal of success on the SC READY. Please view the entire PowerPoint, video links, and read additional resources.  Please contact Alva White, Secondary Math Consultant at alva.white@richlandone.org if you have any questions. This module is intended for middle school math teachers. Course #21970
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    The 5 Rs of the Divergent Learner

     his module is intended for all secondary educators. In this module, we will create a working definition of a divergent learner.  Participants will be given different strategies for building relationships, giving students responsibilities, making learning relevant and challenging, and redirecting their behavior in a positive manner.  If you have any questions, please contact Alvin Allen at alvin.allen@richlandone.org. Course #21955
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    Accessing Inquiry for Students with Disabilities through Primary Sources

    In this module, participants will learn how to use a primary source as a method for inquiry when working with students with learning disabilities. This module is for teachers 6-12 Social Studies. Contact Frank Gause, Secondary Social Studies Consultant, at (803) 231-6833 for questions. Course #21958
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    Culturally Relevant Pedagogy

    In this module, participants will explore the meaning of culturally relevant teaching as well as the components that comprise culturally relevant teaching. This module is for teachers in every subject area and at every grade level. If you have any questions, please contact Frank Gause, Secondary Social Studies Consultant, (803) 231-6833. Course #21956
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    Creating a Climate that Produces an Achievement Mindset

    This module defines what an achievement mindset is and provides insight on how to support children in developing an achievement mindset. This module is for teachers in every subject area and every grade level.  If you have any questions, please contact Frank Gause, Secondary Social Studies Consultant, at (803) 231-6833. Course #21954
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    Strategies for Effective Mathematical Discourse

     

    This module is designed to give participants the what, why, and how of mathematical discourse.  The additional resources will provide professional learning to support implementation of effective strategies in the classroom.  Please contact Alva White, Secondary Math Consultant at alva.white@richlandone.org if you have any questions.  This module is or 6-8 math teachers.  Course #21914
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    Differentiation Instruction through Two Way Posters

    The course is designed to give a strategy for differentiation to teachers to help promote collaboration and effective communication between students in their classroom.  The intended audience is secondary math teachers.   Course #21822
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    Marginalization of Social Studies Elementary and Secondary Social

    Students are denied opportunities to succeed in college, career, and civic life when social studies is marginalized. This module provides an overview of the research behind the marginalization of social studies.  he module is for grades 3-12 social studies teachers.   Course #21829
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    2018-2019 Vocabulary: Make the Connections

    In this module, you will learn two strategies for interactive vocabulary review. These strategies will allow students to make connections and understand the relationship between vocabulary words. Bring your vocabulary review to life with these two strategies!  This module is for science teachers in grades 6-12.    Course #21825
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    Curriculum Pathways: Digital Interactive Maps

    This module demonstrates how to access the Curriculum Pathways website and setup an account for use. This module will highlight some of the features used to make interactive digital maps and instructions on how to add text, lines, and shapes to maps. In addition, the module will show how to save digital maps created as a pdf and email it to a recipient of choice.  This module is for grades 3-12.    Course #21839
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    18-19 Secondary Science Fast and Effective Assessment Year Long Study Ch 1-2

    Secondary Science Teachers will participate in a year-long book study focused on the work of Glen Pearsall.  Teachers will work on two chapters at a time. 

    Teachers who wish to receive credit must share their evidence of strategy implementation via our shared Padlet.  We will share evidence for Chapter 1 and 2 to a Padlet: https://padlet.com/ashlee_buchanan/nak5mooatn47 

     

    This requires a password to access so this will not be available for people who do not have our Padlet password - to get the password ask your school level facilitator or email ashlee.buchanan@richlandone.org.
     Course #21844
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    18-19 Opportunities to Incorporate Literacy in Science Classrooms

    This module is based upon the presentation Making Literacy Come Alive in the Science Classroom by Kim Patterson, West Pine Middle School; Kate Price Moore Square Magnet Middle School presented at the 2018 NSTA Regional Conference.  The module includes three strategies that can be used to intentionally incorporate literacy into the middle and high school classroom setting.  Learners should be able to take notes, pause and open additional resources via web links that include strategies and resources to support them as they incorporate these ideas into their instruction.  This module is for secondary science teachers. Course #21846
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    Culturally Responsive Literacy Instruction

    Participants will explore their perspectives on multicultural literature and how to incorporate culturally responsive literature into daily instruction and classroom libraries. Course #21798
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    Teacher Clarity

    This module focuses on the impact of teacher clarity on student learning and achievement. During this session participants will analyze the four dimensions of teacher clarity and use these dimensions in planning quality ELA instruction in the secondary classroom. The course is based upon the research of John Hattie's Visible Learning and Fisher, Frey, & Hattie's   Teaching Literacy in the Visible Learning Classroom (6-12). Course #21758