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October 2018 
Students, staff, and visitors at Glascock County Schools were greeted with this beautiful display during Constitution Week September 17-23. 


Professional Learning Courses

Upcoming Courses at CSRA RESA
    • October 2 - The Four Ps: Phonological Awareness, Phonemic Awareness, Phonics, and Puppets, PreK-2nd Grade
    • October 4 - Using Formative Assessment to Inform Instruction 
    • October 11 - Using Vocabulary to Increase Literacy in Science Grades 4-12
    • October 16 - ELA PLC Grades 6-12 Differentiation in Text Selection and Activities to Master the Intense Skill

    • October 23 - Narrative Writing in the Social Studies Classroom at Lucy Craft Laney Museum
    • October 24 - Amplify Student Voice (Technology)
    • October 30 - Math PLC for Grades 3-5
    • November 1 - Economic Turmoil: The Great Depression and World War II
For more information and to register for courses, please  click here.


The Writing Center at CSRA RESA
Are you looking for vetted writing lessons for your students? We have created a website specifically for writing lessons supporting grades K-12 in Narrative, Argumentative and Informational/Explanatory genres. 

For example, there are power lessons on proving your point or supporting your position in K-5 Opinion, as well as in Argumentative 6-8 and 9-12. These lessons and all the resources can be used in their entirety or modified to meet the needs of your students. In addition, content area writing lessons have been included with more being added monthly.

Visit the writing center at  http://www.writingcenter-csraresa.net  

We welcome your feedback!


Math Updates

Math PLCs – at CSRA RESA and Swainsboro High School

 
This hands-on workshop focuses on increasing rigor in instruction and building conceptual understanding. Participants will closely examine the Georgia Standards of Excellence and the Standards of Mathematical Practices to understand their intent and to effectively utilize them in planning, instruction, and assessment. The participants will investigate effective instructional practices (from NCTM’s Principles to Actions) to help increase rigor and conceptual understanding in their classrooms. Participants are asked to bring a lesson plan to use and modify during the session OR they can create one during the session.

 

Grades 3-5

October 30, 2018 at CSRA RESA

October 31, 2018 at Swainsboro High School

 

Grades 6-8

January 22, 2019 at CSRA RESA

January 23, 2019 at Swainsboro High School

 

Grades 9-12

March 5, 2019 at CSRA RESA

March 6, 2019 at Swainsboro High School

59th Annual GA Mathematics Conference
October 17-19, 2018
Rock Eagle 4-H Center

Click the image below for more information and to register!


Media Specialists PLC 
STEM in the Library with Leigha Burnham
Investigate and Examine our
GSE Science Lesson Library
at
www.csraresa.net


2018 Outdoor Learning Symposium
The Council Of Outdoor Learning (COOL) proudly presents the
2018 Outdoor Learning Symposium (OLS).

The conference takes place October 19 & 20, 2018
at the
Garden School of Marietta.


This year’s Symposium will provide sessions on Georgia reptiles and amphibians, Georgia geology and biogeography, garden math, citizen science, and much more.

The Symposium begins at 8:00 am with registration followed by age-oriented outdoor learning sessions, networking opportunities, and a super lunch provided by local chefs. Each session is targeted at a distinct grade level.    


Register at the Environmental Education Alliance of GA website. 

Social Studies
Leaders
PLC
Please take a few minutes to see what CSRA RESA Social Studies is offering in the coming month!

  • To receive daily updates, resources, and news important to K-12 Social Studies in our area, please follow me on: 

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Leslie, Kent A. "Lucy Craft Laney (1854-1933)." New Georgia Encyclopedia. 15 May 2018. Web. 27 September 2018.



GA Council on Economic Education Course

Economic Turmoil: The Great Depression and World War II


The session is open to 5th grade and 8th
 grade teachers. 

Teachers:
  • There is no registration cost
  • Lunch will be provided
  • Substitute reimbursement is available

Registration is taking place through the GCEE website.



This workshop focuses on economic growth in Georgia during World War II. Topics include economic issues in Germany in 1930s and the rise of Hitler, the role of women in the workforce, the Bell Bomber plant in Marietta, military bases in Georgia, and how these impacted the state and nation during the 1940s and 1950s. 
 
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