The intent of charter schools is to employ innovations that yield superior results. While charter schools can have new and unique approaches to educating students, they cannot deviate from the state standards. One of the chief causes of low student performance is the lack of alignment to state standards. Is your classroom a “Standards-Based Classroom?”
The use of standards streamlines instruction and maps out student expectations so teachers can meet academic learning targets. Together, we will take a look at the instructional processes and implementation needed to develop a standards-based classroom. Register for the symposium here.
This symposium is ideal for new and veteran teachers who are looking to enhance their classroom by incorporating all components of a Standards-Based Classroom. For further information, please contact Shani Vickery at firstname.lastname@example.org or 470-236-0671.
Date: Saturday, March 21
Time: 11:30-3 p.m.
Location: Ivy Preparatory Academy, 1807 Memorial Drive, Atlanta, GA 30317
GCSA Director of Certification
GCSA Program Specialist
Ed.D Candidate, Mercer University; Teacher, City Schools of Decatur
Ed. S Candidate, Kennesaw State University; Former Social Studies Teacher, Dekalb County Schools