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Common Core Task Project Training
Pleasant Hill, CA
Contra Costa County Office of Education
Core Task Project Training
"What Does it Mean to do The Core?"
Refining Instruction to Align with the
Common Core State Standards
Training Dates: March 4 AND March 18
participants attend both days of training
morning session for grades 3-5,
afternoon session for grades 6-12
8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m., 3-5 Teacher Cohort
12:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m., 6-12 Teacher Cohort
Space is Limited • Register Early
The Core Task Project (CTP) is a professional learning model that challenges assumptions and addresses the English Language Arts “instructional shifts.” The CTP includes voices from the CCSSO, the NGA, and the standards authors through print material, video content, and podcasts. It draws educators’ attention to the four Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium claims. In doing so, teachers and governance have a stronger sense of what needs to shift in order to prepare students for College and Career Readiness.
All the materials have been well vetted in Nevada’s 2nd largest school district—Washoe County. The work has been endorsed by authors of the CCSS and is linked from their website http://www.achievethecore.org. It was also linked in the December/January edition of Educational Leadership.
Cost: $100 per participant for both days, $250 for teams of three
space is limited; be sure to register early!
(non-refundable; substitutions gladly accepted)
Registration: From the registration information box at the top of this page...
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