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Save the Date: 2017 - 2018 Schedule

Session dates and locations are subject to change.

This is still Ruby Payne I: Understanding A Framework for Poverty

Narrowing the Achievement Gap: Strategies to Support Under-Resourced Students - Previously Ruby Payne I and II

Click here to download a PDF version of the 2017 - 2018 brochure.

***Important Information***
WVCPD will be moving its offices from 208 and 209 Hale Street to the Cultural Center at the Capitol Complex in Charleston. This move is expected before the beginning of the summer professional development sessions. Therefore, the sessions scheduled for the WVCPD Annex will be moved. These classes are still scheduled as planned, however, the location will be somewhere else in the Charleston area. Once plans are finalized, those who have registered will be notified by e-mailed, and the new location will be posted on this website and the Center's social media pages.
Please contact Dr. Carla Warren at Carla.Y.Warren@wv.gov, or Brooke Green at Brooke.S.Green@wv.gov with questions.

 

Classroom Management: Setting the Stage
Lakeview Conf. Center, Morgantown Oct. 18 - 19
Days Hotel, Flatwoods Nov. 15 - 16
Charleston Marriott Town Center Hotel Dec. 6 - 7
Charleston Marriott Town Center Hotel Mar. 6 - 7

 

Classroom Management: Power of Planning
Capital High School, Charleston July 10 - 11
Lakeview Conf. Center, Morgantown Oct. 18 - 19
Charleston Marriott Town Center Hotel Dec. 6 - 7
Charleston Marriott Town Center Hotel Mar. 6 - 7

 

Teaching Diverse Learners
Days Hotel, Flatwoods Nov. 15 - 16
Charleston Marriott Town Center Hotel Dec. 6 - 7
Marshall University Graduate College, South Charleston Mar. 21 - 22

 

Narrowing the Achievement Gap: Strategies to Support Under-Resourced Students (Previously Ruby PayneI and II)
Capital High School, Charleston July 10 - 11
Lakeview Conf. Center, Morgantown Oct. 18 - 19
Days Hotel, Flatwoods Nov. 15 - 16
Charleston Marriott Town Center Hotel Dec. 6 - 7

 

Understanding a Framework for Poverty (Previously Ruby Payne I)
Lakeview Conf. Center, Morgantown (follow-up online assignment) Oct. 17

 

Understanding and Dealing with Difficult Situations
Capital High School, Charleston July 12
Days Hotel, Flatwoods Nov. 14
Charleston Marriott Town Center Hotel Mar. 8

 

Empowering Bystanders, Empowering Schools
Days Hotel, Flatwoods Nov. 14
Charleston Marriott Town Center Hotel Dec. 5
Marshall Graduate College, Sourth Charleston, WV Mar. 20

 

Digital Tools to Promote Family Engagement and Student Success
Capital High School, Charleston July 12
Lakeview Conf. Center, Morgantown Oct. 17
Charleston Marriott Town Center Hotel Dec. 5
Charleston Marriott Town Center Hotel Mar. 8

 

Book Study Session I: December 2017 - January 2018

Book Study Session II: February 2018 - April 2018

#1 What Great Teachers Do Differently by Todd Whitaker
#2 101 Answers for New Teachers and Their Mentors by Annette Breaux
#3 Teach Smart by PJ Caposey and Todd Whitaker
#4 Poor Students, Rich Teaching by Eric Jensen

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