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The National Board Awareness workshop will introduce you to the Mission of the National Board of Professional Teaching Standards, and the process by which you can achieve National Board Certification. Explore a few of the reasons teachers choose to pursue Board Certification. - To achieve autonomy over your own professional development - To master your teaching craft, through self-reflection - To give your work purpose through stronger student achievement

2. E.H. SHELLFISH HATCHERY FIELD TRIP (1st GRADE FACULTY) PROJECT OVERVIEW

Program: Workshops

Audience: TEACHERS

Dates: 5/3/2021

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In collaboration with the Town of East Hampton Shellfish Hatchery and St. Joseph's College, the South Fork Sea Farmers have developed project-based curricula to share with local school districts. These projects place field trips to the hatchery as a keystone experience in a multi-lesson unit. A limited number of virtual field trips will be available for June 2021. The projects are designed "Backwards” from aligned standards and incorporate design elements of project-based learning. Key among those elements are authenticity, sustained inquiry, student voice and choice, and a public product. We mapped out a logical sequence of learning experiences and provided resources and notes on implementation. These are all suggestions and should be adapted to the needs of your students as you see fit. The project design rests on a belief that; creating an authentic experience, leveraging students' intrinsic motivation by allowing them agency over the path of their learning, and holding them to rigorous criteria for success, will bring out the best in our students. We will hold one-hour workshops to review the grade-specific projects will be held via ZOOM. Lessons will be reviewed and adaptations to meet the needs of your students discussed. Projects can be scheduled at the conclusion of the meeting.
In collaboration with the Town of East Hampton Shellfish Hatchery and St. Joseph's College, the South Fork Sea Farmers have developed project-based curricula to share with local school districts. These projects place field trips to the hatchery as a keystone experience in a multi-lesson unit. A limited number of virtual field trips will be available for June 2021. The projects are designed "Backwards” from aligned standards and incorporate design elements of project-based learning. Key among those elements are authenticity, sustained inquiry, student voice and choice, and a public product. We mapped out a logical sequence of learning experiences and provided resources and notes on implementation. These are all suggestions and should be adapted to the needs of your students as you see fit. The project design rests on a belief that; creating an authentic experience, leveraging students' intrinsic motivation by allowing them agency over the path of their learning, and holding them to rigorous criteria for success, will bring out the best in our students. We will hold one-hour workshops to review the grade-specific projects will be held via ZOOM. Lessons will be reviewed and adaptations to meet the needs of your students discussed. Projects can be scheduled at the conclusion of the meeting.

4. E.H. SHELLFISH HATCHERY FIELD TRIP (5th GRADE FACULTY) PROJECT OVERVIEW

Program: Workshops

Audience: TEACHERS

Dates: 5/10/2021

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In collaboration with the Town of East Hampton Shellfish Hatchery and St. Joseph's College, the South Fork Sea Farmers have developed project-based curricula to share with local school districts. These projects place field trips to the hatchery as a keystone experience in a multi-lesson unit. A limited number of virtual field trips will be available for June 2021. The projects are designed "Backwards” from aligned standards and incorporate design elements of project-based learning. Key among those elements are authenticity, sustained inquiry, student voice and choice, and a public product. We mapped out a logical sequence of learning experiences and provided resources and notes on implementation. These are all suggestions and should be adapted to the needs of your students as you see fit. The project design rests on a belief that; creating an authentic experience, leveraging students' intrinsic motivation by allowing them agency over the path of their learning, and holding them to rigorous criteria for success, will bring out the best in our students. We will hold one-hour workshops to review the grade-specific projects will be held via ZOOM. Lessons will be reviewed and adaptations to meet the needs of your students discussed. Projects can be scheduled at the conclusion of the meeting.
In collaboration with the Town of East Hampton Shellfish Hatchery and St. Joseph's College, the South Fork Sea Farmers have developed project-based curricula to share with local school districts. These projects place field trips to the hatchery as a keystone experience in a multi-lesson unit. A limited number of virtual field trips will be available for June 2021. The projects are designed "Backwards” from aligned standards and incorporate design elements of project-based learning. Key among those elements are authenticity, sustained inquiry, student voice and choice, and a public product. We mapped out a logical sequence of learning experiences and provided resources and notes on implementation. These are all suggestions and should be adapted to the needs of your students as you see fit. The project design rests on a belief that; creating an authentic experience, leveraging students' intrinsic motivation by allowing them agency over the path of their learning, and holding them to rigorous criteria for success, will bring out the best in our students. We will hold one-hour workshops to review the grade-specific projects will be held via ZOOM. Lessons will be reviewed and adaptations to meet the needs of your students discussed. Projects can be scheduled at the conclusion of the meeting.