Educator's Conference: Sharing Resources to Support ALL Readers
On Thursday, June 4, 2015, CPCS and P.S. 270 hosted a conference benefiting all educators looking to enhance their literacy practice while enhancing their ability to benefit from all resources within their building. More than 100 educators from around the city registered for this unique event. The final Attendee Packet is available here, which includes the day's agenda, presenter bios and detailed descriptions of the breakout session offerings. If you have questions, please contact our project coordinator, Jamie Truman, at email@example.com.
Photos of the day can be found here.
Some of the workshop presenters have made their session packets available here. Please click the links to see the packets used in the What Does Data Say? (Kanika Mobley), Action Planning: Moving from Analysis to Action (Kanika Mobley), Power of Questioning (Yolanda Clarke, Vanessa Cruz-Chica, Mahasin Mu'mim) sessions.
About Our Dissemination Grant
Starting in 2013 Community Partnership and P.S. 270 (with which the lower school is co-located) were awarded the Charter School Dissemination Grant for three years from the New York State Education department. The goal of this grant is to provide funding for schools with ideas about how to share best practices and instructional techniques between charter schools and district schools.
Leaders and teachers from Community Partnership are sharing assessment practices with leaders and teachers at P.S. 270 through professional development days, workshops, and regular meetings about using the STEP assessment. The STEP assessment is a tool used to offer "training and certification that defines the pathway and tracks the progress of pre-kindergarten through third grade students as they learn to read using research-based milestones."
Year One Project Plans and Updates
Interim Report (January 2014)
Final Report (June 2014)
Year Two Project Plans and Updates Year Three Project Plans and Updates
Year Two Evaluation Report (August 2015)