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Increasing Rigor with Higher Order Thinking
Increasing Rigor with Higher Order Thinking
WRESA EDUCATION
Thu, February 04, 2021 — Fri, September 30, 2022
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THIS EVENT IS 100% FREE!
Where:     Online 
Type:      Ongoing and Self-Paced

Fee:       $45  WRESA Member            
           $65  WRESA Non-Member    

Hours:     15 Contact Hours
Audience:  6-12 teachers

Presenter:   Pam Sutton, Instructional Coach for Henderson County Schools
Facilitator: April Spencer - For questions, contact April at aspencer@wresa.org 

 

We know that teaching higher order thinking is an important part of helping our students grow and increase rigor. This course will give you many opportunities and strategies to accomplish this task. We will also improve the quality of questions posed to students in order to continue to improve these skills.  

Main objectives include:

  • using Webb’s Depth of Knowledge to scaffold students to think more critically,
  • purposefully planning questions in lesson plans, and
  • building rigor in both face to face and virtual environments.

NC Professional Teaching Standards Addressed in this Course:

  • STANDARD II: TEACHERS ESTABLISH A RESPECTFUL ENVIRONMENT FOR A DIVERSE POPULATION OF STUDENTS.
  • STANDARD IV: TEACHERS FACILITATE LEARNING FOR THEIR STUDENTS.
  • STANDARD V: TEACHERS REFLECT ON THEIR PRACTICE.



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10C Yorkshire Street Lower Level
Asheville, NC  USA
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WRESA Member Registration: Increasing Rigor with Higher Order Thinking
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Virtual
Where:     Online 
Type:     Ongoing and Self-Paced

Fee:      $45  WRESA Member           
      $65  WRESA Non-Member   

Hours:    15 Contact Hours
Audience: 6-12 teachers

Presenter: Pam Sutton, Instructional Coach for Henderson County Schools
Facilitator: April Spencer - For questions, contact April at aspencer@wresa.org

We know that teaching higher order thinking is an important part of helping our students grow and increase rigor. This course will give you many opportunities and strategies to accomplish this task. We will also improve the quality of questions posed to students in order to continue to improve these skills.  

Main objectives include:

  • using Webb’s Depth of Knowledge to scaffold students to think more critically,

  • purposefully planning questions in lesson plans, and

  • building rigor in both face to face and virtual environments.

NC Professional Teaching Standards Addressed in this Course:

  • STANDARD II: TEACHERS ESTABLISH A RESPECTFUL ENVIRONMENT FOR A DIVERSE POPULATION OF STUDENTS.
  • STANDARD IV: TEACHERS FACILITATE LEARNING FOR THEIR STUDENTS.
  • STANDARD V: TEACHERS REFLECT ON THEIR PRACTICE.


 
Non WRESA Member Registration: Increasing Rigor with Higher Order Thinking
Non WRESA Member Registration: Increasing Rigor with Higher Order Thinking
491/500 LEFT $ 65.00 
Virtual
Where:     Online 
Type:     Ongoing and Self-Paced

Fee:      $45  WRESA Member           
      $65  WRESA Non-Member   

Hours:    15 Contact Hours
Audience: 6-12 teachers

Presenter: Pam Sutton, Instructional Coach for Henderson County Schools
Facilitator: April Spencer - For questions, contact April at aspencer@wresa.org

We know that teaching higher order thinking is an important part of helping our students grow and increase rigor. This course will give you many opportunities and strategies to accomplish this task. We will also improve the quality of questions posed to students in order to continue to improve these skills.  

Main objectives include:

  • using Webb’s Depth of Knowledge to scaffold students to think more critically,

  • purposefully planning questions in lesson plans, and

  • building rigor in both face to face and virtual environments.

NC Professional Teaching Standards Addressed in this Course:

  • STANDARD II: TEACHERS ESTABLISH A RESPECTFUL ENVIRONMENT FOR A DIVERSE POPULATION OF STUDENTS.
  • STANDARD IV: TEACHERS FACILITATE LEARNING FOR THEIR STUDENTS.
  • STANDARD V: TEACHERS REFLECT ON THEIR PRACTICE.


 
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