Paideia seminar is a dynamic process of thoughtful dialogue that is structured for collaborative thinking among students to enhance individual and collective understanding of a rigorous text. Paideia teachers change lives by teaching students how to think critically and creatively. The Paideia approach is designed to improve students’ reading, speaking and listening, and writing skills. This PD will provide classroom teachers with knowledge and practice that can immediately be implemented in classroom instruction.
- Cheryl Rhea, AIG Coordinator
- Elizabeth Gargis, NCHS English Teacher
- Diego Mureno, NCMS Language Arts & Social Studies Teacher
When: July 26-27 from 9:00am-3:00pm
Where: Tech Training Room at The Summit.
Who: Oopen to any classroom teacher grades 3-12 but highly recommended for ELA/Social Studies teachers. Teachers who register will receive a $100.00 per day stipend for attendance as well as Literacy CEUs. Registration is open from now until June 16 to the first 20 applicants. The first 20 participants to register will receive a contract. To receive a stipend, contracts must be completed and submitted to Tefany Major by June 16. Lunch will be on your own for the two days
To register, click on the PD Approval Link. Use the information below to complete the form.
Title: Paideia Seminar June 26-27
Dates: July 26-27
Site: Tech Training Room at The Summit
Approval: Heather Mullins