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The Round Rock ISD 2014 Summer Professional Development Conference will be two full weeks of learning opportunities for educators from around central Texas. The classes listed below are only the beginning. Check back often to see what has been added. Round Rock ISD attendees, make sure you sign up in eCampus as well. The number is included in each course description.
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  • Standards Addressed
  • (31) Social studies skills. The student uses problem-solving and decision-making skills
  • (Old TEKS) Math 3.3B
  • (Old TEKS): Math 3.3B
  • )
  • *Principal approval required for this course—campus budgets must pay for fall sub day. Participants will have the opportunity to experience writing workshop
  • *This training addresses the diverse needs of our special populations at the prerequisite skill level.
  • 10
  • 13 Fig 19E
  • 1st and 2nd grade reading TEKS
  • 29H
  • 3
  • 3-5 Listening and Speaking TEKS
  • 3.10 Fig 19D
  • 3.14A
  • 3.14C
  • 3.14D
  • 3.15A
  • 3.15B
  • 3.16 Fig 19D 5.11Fig 19D&E
  • 3.16A We used the 3rd grade Heat Map for the Standards Addressed. Grades 1-2 do not have heat maps.
  • 3.17CD
  • 3.22ABC
  • 3.23BC 4.15CD
  • 3.3A
  • 3.3B
  • 3.4B
  • 3.6 Fig 19D
  • 3.7B
  • 3.8 Fig 19D
  • 3.8 Fig 19E
  • 3rd - 5th grade Reading TEKS
  • 4.20ABC
  • 4.21BC 5.15CD
  • 4.4D
  • 4.6A
  • 4.7A
  • 5.20ABC
  • 5.21ABC
  • 5.3B
  • 5.3C
  • 5.4Fig 19D&E
  • 5.5Fig 19D&E
  • 5E model lessons will address supporting standards for High Stakes TEKS.
  • 5E model lessons will provide support for instruction of High Stakes TEKS.
  • Addressing legal needs of special education ARD process for all students receiving services.
  • Algebra 1 (4) Linear functions
  • All 3rd grade LA reading-writing
  • all Figure 19 TEKS
  • All new middle school math standards that will be implemented in the 2014-2015 school year.
  • All new Personal Financial Literacy Standards: 7.13A-F
  • All new Personal Financial Literacy standards: 8.12A-G
  • All Reading TEKS will be address in this session
  • All standards
  • All standards addressed
  • All standards addressed:
  • All standards will be addressed
  • and 11 [for STAAR]
  • and delve into educational research i
  • and high school.
  • and III as the teacher is continuously learning and growing.
  • and ine
  • and inequalities. The student applies the mathematical process standards to formulate statistical relationships and evaluate their reasonableness based on real-world data. (5) Linear functions
  • and planning for Special Education students
  • and publishing) to compose text.
  • and table relationships within multi-step word problems. (3.4 B
  • as outlined in the ARRC
  • Based on New TEKS: Middle School Math TEKS (1) Mathematical process standards. The student uses mathematical processes to acquire and demonstrate mathematical understanding. (4) Proportionality. The student applies mathematical process standards to develo
  • Comprehension TEKS
  • Core Curriculums' Skills TEKS
  • D
  • division
  • drafting
  • Dyslexia interventions
  • E
  • editing
  • ELA
  • ELA-R Reading and Writing 8-12
  • ELA: Fig 19B World Geography: 21C World History: 29F US History: 29B
  • ELPS
  • equations
  • F
  • Fig.19
  • Figure 19
  • fluency and beginning reading skills.
  • G
  • gather informati
  • Grade 2 ELA TEKS for upcoming 9-weeks
  • Grade 8 Writing TEKS (ELA) Grades 9-12 TEKS (English)
  • Grade 8 Writing TEKS (ELA) Grades 9-12 Writing TEKS (English)
  • Grades 6-8
  • Grades 9
  • Grades K - 5: (new TEKS process standards) 1(A) - (G)
  • H
  • I
  • identification
  • II
  • Improved student performance
  • in a variety of settings. The student is expected to: (A) use a problem-solving process to identify a problem
  • Informational-Expository Writing TEKS
  • Instructional strategies addressed
  • Instructional strategies shared at this session will support instruction of High Stakes Science TEKS.
  • Instructional Strategies shared in this session will support instruction of High Stakes Science TEKS.
  • intervention
  • Intro to adopted Instructional Materials.
  • Intro to the adopted Instructional Materials.
  • J
  • K
  • K-2 English an Spanish TEKS for reading fluency and comprehension across content areas. This follows the Gomez and Gomez Dual Language Enrichment Model for fidelity of program implementation
  • K-2 Math Content and Math Process TEKS
  • K-2 Math Content and Process Standards
  • K-5 Figure 19 A-F K-5 Reading TEKS
  • K.10
  • K.4
  • K.6
  • K.8
  • K.9
  • Kinder 2012 Math TEKS:(5) Algebraic reasoning. The student applies mathematical process standards to identify the pattern in the number word list. The student is expected to recite numbers up to at least 100 by ones and tens beginning with any given numbe
  • Kindergarten Math TEKS 1st nine weeks
  • Kindergarten Math TEKS for first nine weeks timeline
  • L
  • learn about the different components of a writing workshop
  • Listening and Speaking-Teamwork TEKS- (varies per grade level) -1st grade example: (29) Listening and Speaking-Teamwork. Students work productively with others in teams. Students continue to apply earlier standards with greater complexity. Students are ex
  • Math 3.4B
  • Math 4.4D
  • Math 4.4E
  • Math 5.3B
  • Math 5.3C
  • mathematics and science domains of the Texas PK Guidelines as well as support the implementation of a high quality block center.
  • middle
  • N-A - Supporting behavior assessment
  • National PE Standards
  • New Math Gr. 5-8 TEKS (and allowable Special Education accommodations)
  • New Math K-4 Standards (and allowable Special Education Accommodations and Supports)
  • New Personal Financial Literacy standards: 6.14A-H
  • Not standards based- procedural training-legal requirements
  • PDAS Domain VI c: The teacher exhibits a willingness to collaborate with colleagues and other professionals for continuous growth and development. Collaboration then impacts Domains I
  • Picture-Perfect Science Lessons will address High Stakes Science TEKS and supporting standards.
  • Picture-Perfect Science Lessons will address supporting standards for High Stakes Science TEKS.
  • Reading Comprehension
  • Reading TEKS
  • Reading TEKS 6-8
  • Research
  • Research based instructional practices will be presented so teachers can implement the TEKS.
  • Researched-based instructional strategies will be presented so that teachers are better able to present TEKS.
  • Resources highlighted will support instruction of High Stakes TEKS and supporting standards.
  • revising
  • RTI for all standards
  • self-reliant and as independent as they can be. These are addressed in Federal I.D.E.A. law.
  • Session content will include TEKS-specific recommendations.
  • Session will cover the TEKS from the first nine weeks instructional timelines.
  • Social Studies Skills TEKS
  • Spanish Language Arts TEKS will be addressed. This program supports the word study component in a balanced literacy approach. Word Study in Action with Spanish Learners 2013 (Palabras A Su Paso) is a developmental model of Spanish Literacy from the author
  • Specific standards will not be addressed. We will be focusing on the ELPS and how to make content more comprehensible.
  • Staff and student safety and effective communication
  • Staff and student safety and improved communication
  • Standards addressed in Reporting Category 1: Numbers and Operations
  • Standards for 1st 9 weeks
  • standards for 1st nine weeks
  • Standards for the 1st Nine weeks
  • Standards from Number and Operations Reporting Category
  • Standards related to Earth and Space in elementary
  • such as: multiplication
  • Technology Standards LOTE Standards
  • TEKS: 5.3A
  • The session is based on behavior management.
  • The session will address the new TEKS in the first 9 weeks.
  • The standards addressed during this session will be numbered according to the new TEKS and do not apply to the heat maps.
  • The standards from the number and operations strand that address multiplication and division will be addressed. They are numbered differently from the ones on the heat maps in some cases so the standards below reflect current numbers: 3.4B-readiness 4.4D-
  • The training will incorporate meaningful accountability to the campus counseling program.
  • This session addresses new TEKS which will be numbered differently than the current TEKS so do not apply to heat maps.
  • This session is about planning with the end in mind. Unpacking the TEKS to create good objectives. Planning the assessment and then lastly the learning experiences to be successful on the objectives and assessment. In essence if this model is used then al
  • This session is an informational session that supports federal compliance processes.
  • This session is in response to the state mandated language testing for ELLs.
  • This session meets the requirements of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted-Talented Students 4.1.1C - A minimum of thirty (30) clock hours of professional development that includes nature and needs of gifted-talented students
  • This session meets the requirements of the Texas State Plan for the Education of Gifted-Talented Students 4.2C - Teachers who provide instruction and services that are a part of the district’s defined gifted-talented services receive a minimum of six (6)
  • This session will address the emergent literacy
  • This session will address the fact that Sp. Ed. teachers are to be teaching students to be self-determined
  • This session will cover TEKS from the first nine weeks instructional timelines.
  • This session will not connect directly to heat map information because it incorporates something from all standards taught.
  • This session will support the Emergent Literacy Writing Domain of the Texas PK Guidelines.
  • This session will support the ten skill domains of the Texas PK guidelines.
  • This session will support the Writing Domain of the Texas PK Guidelines.
  • This sessions will address the strategic process that students use to learn to read and comprehend text such as comprehension
  • This training addresses beginning writing skills to support writing in the upper grades.
  • This two day training prepares teachers to take the ESL certification test. The standards addressed in this training are aligned to the English Language Proficiency Standards.
  • This will be addressing new TEKS with different numbering so does not correlate with heat maps.
  • This will focus on the new math TEKS from the first nine weeks.
  • This workshop addresses an instructional tool be used during instruction.
  • This workshop addresses an instructional tool used during instruction.
  • Transition - supporting success after graduation
  • Upcoming TEKS for 1st 9 weeks of instruction
  • Upcoming TEKS for the 1st 9 weeks of instruction
  • We will address the TEKS at the prerequisite level across all curriculum areas. We will address how to instruct students at that level and meet the needs of all the students and their different IEP goals and objectives.
  • We will addressing areas of need for the district in grades 3-5
  • We will be covering 1st Nine Weeks of the Instructional Timeline-TEKS
  • We will be covering the 1st 9 weeks of the ARRC-Instructional Timeline
  • working independently and with others
  • Writing TEKS
  • Writing TEKS for all elementary grade levels will be addressed.
  • Writing TEKS Grades 9-12 (English)
  • Writing-Writing Process. Students use elements of the writing process (planning