The bedrock of student achievement is the intentional and consistent use of common instructional language across grade levels and content areas. Unintentionally, students are being exposed to key concepts through divergent and often, erroneous instructional language which inadvertently perpetuates underperformance. This workshop will expose teachers to the power resident in and the practice of common instructional language as a tool for driving student achievement.
It was incredible to listen and work with the Educational Epiphany facilitator today. What an honor! I left saying, "That was THE most useful/relevant PD I have had in my 10 years of teaching...and to be honest, probably the first FUN one as well." Thank you.
I remember listening to some of your presentations. Awesome work and insight - thank you, Dr. Dickey.
Shaun Woodly, Ph.D.