Welcome to HTA's Learning Coach Workshop Info Page!
Aloha Learning Coaches,
Below you will find information regarding upcoming Learning Coach Workshop dates, times, and their corresponding descriptions. We have also added recordings and presentations of previous workshops to view at your own pace. We hope you will find this information useful and look forward to seeing you at the workshops.
Friday, September 18th | 9:00am-10:30am | LC 103 Effective Teaching Practices with Lincoln Empowered "I Do, We Do, You Do" (ELEMENTARY) Wednesday, September 23rd | 1:00pm-2:15pm | LC 103 "Diving Deep with Lincoln Empowered (MIDDLE AND HIGH SCHOOL)
Friday, September 25th | 9:00am-10:15am | At the CORE of HTA: Exploring the CORES Wednesday, September 30th | 1:00pm-2:15pm | At the CORE of HTA: Exploring the CORES
october workshop dates
Wednesday, October 14th | 1:00pm-2:15pm | Google Series: GAFE/Google 102 (ALL GRADES LEVELS)
Friday, October 16th | 9:00am-10:30am | "Discovering Literacy" Workshop (K-2)
Wednesday, October 21st | 1:00pm-2:30pm | Seven Habits of Highly Effective Readers (MIDDLE & HIGH SCHOOL)
Friday, October 23rd | 9:00am-10:30am | Dismantling the Myth of "Learning to Read, Reading to Learn" (3-5)
Google/GAFE 103: Research Presentations - Start to Finish! (ALL GRADE LEVELS)
Learn the most effective approach to guiding your student through the research process using Google Suite tools like Explore and Speech to Text, as well as Add-Ons like Easybib. We will also design our own research template in Google Slides to apply what we’ve learned. In this workshop, participants will:
Engage in on-line research on a particular topic;
Apply Google slide template tools to construct a slideshow;
Construct an annotated bibliography of sources.
"Making Math Visible" Workshop (K-2)
Making math visible for early learners is essential to establishing a strong foundation in Standards for Mathematical Practice. Students who have strong number sense and are flexible with numbers tend to be more successful as they progress to each math level. In this workshop, participants will practice hands-on math strategies using various math manipulatives to solidify important concepts.
"Filling the Gaps in Middle School Math" Workshop There's no such thing as a math person. So why do some students seem to get it, and some don't? It's because math is sequential - new math concepts build on previously learned concepts. What happens if a few concepts get missed, or not mastered completely? Over time, those seemingly small gaps begin to widen to a point where inevitable frustration sets in. This workshop will focus on sharing specific tips and ideas for finding and filling the math gaps so our students can move forward with confidence in their ability to 'do' math.
"Marvelous M.A.T.H Workshop" (3-5)
Math Workshop provides students an opportunity to be introduced to new math concepts, apply math strategies in a variety of ways, and articulate new understandings through verbal or written sharing. In this workshop, participants will move through the various components of M.A.T.H. Workshop in order to implement with their students: Meet with the teacher, At your seat, Technology, and Hands-on (using math manipulatives to solidify concepts).
Google Series: GAFE/Google 102
This workshop will expand on the basic features of Google docs and include an exploration of the ‘comments’ function. We will also add to our toolkit of additional tips and tricks, including more add-ons to support student learning.
"Discovering Literacy" Workshop
Deepen your understanding of the foundational blocks of early literacy which include: vocabulary knowledge, conventions of print, knowledge of letters, linguistic awareness, and phoneme-grapheme correspondence. This workshop is ideal for Learning Coaches of early learners, as well as those seeking reinforcement strategies.
The acquisition of reading skills shouldn’t end just because your student has transitioned beyond elementary school. In fact, the skills developed during the adolescent literacy stage are critical to ensure that students are proficient in extracting meaning from content-area and advanced narrative text. This session will highlight the seven habits of highly effective readers.
Dismantling the Myth of “Learning to Read, Reading to Learn”
Once students have learned to read, there is often an assumption that students transition to a phase called, ‘reading to learn.’ Though this may be true in part, specific strategies to deepen reading comprehension remain critical at this stage of reading development. This workshop will be dedicated to exploring active reading strategies for upper grade students.
Active reading strategies
Text to speech tools
Google/Google Apps 101
Now that you've learned how to navigate HTA’s learning platforms, this workshop will go deeper into the tools and features of Google docs and Google Apps For Education (GAFE). You will need to be logged into a Google account for this workshop - either your personal account or your student’s HTA account.
Google Calendar & Google Documents
Folder organization & share settings
Learning support features (tools) - Voice Type, Explore, Spell Check
Add ons - Easybib, LucidChart, etc
LC 103 (ELEMENTARY): Effective Teaching Practices with Lincoln Empowered- "I Do, We Do, You Do"
Learn how to create impactful learning sessions for your student using the "I Do, We Do, You Do" method. We will delve deeper into the embedded learning supports of Lincoln Empowered and explore effective hands-on learning strategies to support off-line learning.
Essential components of an effective lesson
Lincoln Empowered embedded tools
Impactful hands-on learning strategies
LC 103 (MIDDLE/HIGH SCHOOL): "Diving Deep with Lincoln Empowered"
Now that you've learned how to navigate the platforms, this workshop will go deeper into the Gradebook and Activity functions, as well as model effective note-taking strategies using the tools of Lincoln Empowered.
Ins/outs of gradebook
Note-taking strategies w/ Lincoln Empowered
Platform support strategies - text to speech; icons
Scaffolding instruction for your learner
At the 'CORE' of HTA: Exploring the CORES
An introduction to HTA’s CORE system, this workshop will explore the ins and outs of everything related to the five CORES: Creativity, Character, Critical Thinking, Communication, and Collaboration. Highlights will include:
The CORE Report
Entering CORE demonstrations in Honu Hub;
Student goal setting;
Uploading evidence using the UNRULR app.
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