Want to know what the teachers were doing yesterday? Read this post from Coordinator of Academic Achievement and Professional Development, Kelly Wegley. There was plenty of learning in our Fine, Fine School yesterday!!!
Yesterday was election day across the United States. In Worthington because many of our schools are used as polling locations our students were not in school. While students were home, our teachers and many of our support staff were at work. We had a very productive day!
Long before our current academic standards were adopted, Margaret Mead wrote, “Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.” In that spirit, 700+ Worthington teachers gathered on the Granby-McCord-WKHS campus and engaged in our November 4th Fall Institute: a district-wide “Day of Learning.”
The morning consisted of two learning blocks: one with building colleagues and one choice session with colleagues from across the district. Over 35 choice sessions offered opportunities for teachers to increase their skill in the use of resources such as Fundations, Stepping Stones, Pasco Sparks, and Google Apps for Education; to build their understanding of instructional approaches…
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