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Mason Coaching Institute for Math and Literacy

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Mason Coaching Institute for Math and Literacy - April 7, 2018

If you’re a school-based math, literacy, or instructional coaching leader, you’ll be able to improve your skills and knowledge at the Mason Coaching Institute for Math and Literacy. At this day-long event, you’ll learn more about aspects of your role as well as network with other leaders to improve your work with elementary and middle school teachers and students. The Institute will include workshops, panel sessions, and discussion groups led by specialists, resource teachers, and math and literacy coaches on topics such as:

  • Leading professional learning communities
  • Coaching teachers individually
  • Working with principals
  • Leading professional development for teachers
  • Data use

When?

Saturday, April 7, 2018
9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (check-in starts at 8 a.m.)

Who’s Invited?

Math and literacy coaches, teacher leaders, resource teachers and instructional coaches.

Registration:

Early registration ($25) will open Dec. 1.

Regular registration ($35) will begin Feb. 1.

Registration will include lunch and parking.

Location:

Occoquan Building, Verizon Auditorium on the Science and Technology Campus of George Mason University.

Parking:

Parking is included in your registration fee. Details will be sent upon registration.

Questions:

Math: Contact Dr. Courtney Baker; cbaker@gmu.edu, 703-993-5081

Literacy: Contact Dr. Allison Ward Parsons; award12@gmu.edu, 703-993-5257