2014 Teachers of the Year

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  • 2014 Special Education
    District 15 Teachers of the Year
  • Debbie Cox
    Camden County
  • Elvanzeta McCall
    Coastal Academy
  • Stacy Shaw
    Coastal Comprehensive
  • Jessica Strickland
    Long County
  • Kimberly Edwards, Jason Cameron, Selena Williams, & Jill Wiggins
    Savannah-Chatham County
  • Tammy Jones
    Bryan County
  • Marcia Long
    Effingham County
  • Robin Parmelee
    Glynn County
  • Susan Kennedy
    Liberty County
  • Jennifer Gosse
    McIntosh County

FY15 PROJECT REQUEST

BRYAN COUNTY CAN’T GET ENOUGH OF THINKING MAPS

Written by Jennifer Popkin on . Posted in News

Bryan County has completed four Day 1 Trainings this year. These pictures show the last 2 groups trained as Cohort 2. Teachers and administrators will spend the rest of the year preparing to implement Thinking Maps at their schools next school year!

  • We began training by finding out who were as a group of learners.

    We began training by finding out who we were as a group of learners.

  • Engaged in defining themselves with a Circle Map

    Engaged in defining themselves with a Circle Map

  • Participants were assigned 1 map to reteach to their group.  They spent valuable time becoming an expert.

    Participants were assigned 1 map to reteach to their home group. They spent valuable time becoming an expert.

  • Completely engaged!

    Completely engaged in becoming experts!

  • Individuals planned for redelivery of their assigned map in Expert Groups.

    Individuals planned for redelivery of their assigned map in Expert Groups.

  • Map Experts reteach their maps to their Home Group.

    Map Experts taught their maps to their Home Group.

  • Map Experts reteach their maps to their Home Group.

    Map Experts taught their maps to their Home Group.

  • Groups grouped map names with the academic language associated with them as review before the final project of the day.

    Groups matched map names with the appropriate academic language to review before the final project of the day.

  • Teachers did a sort to see how well they could identify  the correct map to use with specific tasks and academic language.

    Teachers completed a sort activity to match the correct map  with specific tasks and academic language to review before their final project of the day.

  • Groups created 4 maps to use with their curriculum standards as a final project.

    Groups created 4 maps to use with their curriculum standards as a final project.

  • Groups created 4 maps to use with their curriculum standards as a final project.

    Groups created 4 maps to use with their curriculum standards as a final project.

  • Finally, groups presented their maps to the whole group.

    Finally, groups presented their maps to the whole group.

  • Participants cooperatively created 4 maps to go with standards of their choosing.

    Finally, groups presented their maps to the whole group.

  • Participants cooperatively created 4 maps to go with standards of their choosing.

    Finally, groups presented their maps to the whole group.

  • Maps Summary activity
  • Final project complete...

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