Center of Excellence • 2017 Summer Institute
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2016 FALL WORKSHOP • Nov. 7, 2016
Center of Excellence to Prepare Teachers of Children of Poverty
Keynote Speaker – Gerry Brooks
“Spreading Humor Through the World of Education”
The Fall Workshop was a huge success! Everyone enjoyed Gerry Brooks presentation.
More than 950 attendees re-registered for the Hurricane Matthew-delayed workshop
held at River Bluff High School Performing Arts Center in November.
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2017 Center of Excellence Spring Research Consortium
March 14, 2017
Location: SC Department of Archives & History • 8301 Parklane Road, Columbia, SC 29223
Keynote Speaker: David C. Berliner
David Berliner is Regent’s Professor of Education Emeritus at Arizona State University. He is the winner of numerous awards, most notably the Brock award and the AERA award for distinguished contributions to education. Professor Berliner has authored more than 200 published articles, chapters and books. Among his best known works is the book co-authored with B. J. Biddle, The Manufactured Crisis, and the American Education. His most recent book, 50 Myths and Lies that Threaten America’s Public Schools, was co-authored with Gene V. Glass and students, and published in March, 2014. We are excited to have him with us for the Research Consortium.
THANK YOU to everyone who participated in this year's 2016 event!
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Downloadable Materials from the Speakers at 2016 Summer Institute
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|Standards & Star Strategies|
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TEACHING CHILDREN OF POVERTY STANDARDS AND ELEMENTS
TCOP STANDARD 1: Life in Poverty
ELEMENT 1.1: The candidate applies current research to interpret the impact of life in poverty as it relates to educational environments.
ELEMENT 1.2: The candidate applies current research-based knowledge, skills, and dispositions to generate and implement classroom strategies designed to support the unique needs of children who live with limited resources. (Clinical)
TCOP STANDARD 2: Language and Literacy
ELEMENT 2.1: The candidate applies current research to explain the nature of language differences frequently registered by children of poverty.
ELEMENT 2.2: The candidate applies current research to generate and implement appropriate strategies for facilitating home-based language learning required for school success.
ELEMENT 2.3: The candidate applies current research-based knowledge, skills, and dispositions to create effective instructional environments that support the growth of language skills needed for success in school. (Clinical)
TCOP STANDARD 3: Family and Community Partnerships
ELEMENT 3.1: The candidate applies current research to explain how family structures of children of poverty can impact home-school-community partnerships.
ELEMENT 3.2: The candidate applies current research-based knowledge, skills, and dispositions to generate and implement a plan for service and partnerships between home, school and community stakeholders. (Clinical)
TCOP STANDARD 4: The Classroom Community
ELEMENT 4.1: The candidate applies current research to compare the social, emotional, and cognitive development, experiences and abilities of under-resourced students with those of their more affluent peers.
ELEMENT 4.2: The candidate applies current research-based knowledge, skills, and dispositions to create and implement success-oriented classroom strategies that cultivate a positive classroom community that recognizes children of poverty as capable learners. (Clinical)
TCOP STANDARD 5: Curriculum Design, Instructional Strategies & Assessment
ELEMENT 5.1: The candidate applies current research to explain the importance of accessing students’ background knowledge prior to planning instruction.
ELEMENT 5.2: The candidate applies current research to a) explain how alignment of state mandated curriculum with instruction and assessment impacts achievement of children of poverty; and b) analyze (align) standards with planned instruction and assessment.
ELEMENT 5.3: The candidate applies current research to explain appropriate types of assessment methods for use with children of poverty.
ELEMENT 5.4: The candidate applies research-based knowledge, skills, and dispositions to create and implement results-driven instructional strategies and assessments for children of poverty. (Clinical)
STANDARD 6: Teachers of Children of Poverty as Learners, Leaders, and Advocates
ELEMENT 6.1: The candidate applies current research to generate an appropriate plan for life-long learning that includes the elements of self-reflection and self-evaluation, especially as they relate to personal qualities, including knowledge, skills, and dispositions, necessary for success as a teacher of children of poverty.
ELEMENT 6.2: The candidate applies current research-based knowledge, skills, and dispositions to exemplify professional leadership through participation in professional activities that focus on the issues that impact children of poverty.
ELEMENT 6.3: The candidate applies current research-based knowledge, skills, and dispositions to advocate for children of poverty by creating and executing appropriate advocacy activities that illuminate needs and improve academic success. (Clinical)