Brokers of Expertise Content Literacy Module
The Content Literacy in History/Social Studies K-5 module provides kindergarten through grade five (K–5) classroom teachers with information, resources, and strategies to implement the California Common Core State Standards for English Language Arts and Literacy in History/Social Studies, Science, and Technical Subjects (CA CCSS for ELA/Literacy) in the history/social studies curriculum.
CVCUE Training Opportunities
Don't forget to register for the CUE Rural Rock Star, to be held at Sundale Elementary School on June 18-20. Please sign up and share the link with anyone who may be interested, keeping in mind that we try to limit the size of Rock Stars to keep the class ratios small and hands-on.
CVCUE Tech Expo Registration, for the event on March 1st at Glacier Point Middle School in Fresno, is also open. Registration and more info can be found at http://cvcue.org.
The call for presenters is open, and CUE is looking for presentations on CCSS, particularly with a technology focus. Presenters get complimentary registration.
Upcoming 21st Century Fluency Series
Lee Crockett of the 21st Century Fluency Project will guide participants at every grade level and in in every subject area through a structured process for developing rigorous and relevant units of study.
Cohort 2: April 28 and May 19, 2014, from 8:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Registration link
Crockett's online resources, including the app.fluency21.com public planning tool and his text, Literacy is Not Enough, will be utilized.
Click here to download the flyer with more details.
Curriculum Council Meeting
Educators, curriculum leaders and administrators gathered to discuss STEM during the March 7th Curriculum Council meeting.
As always, archived conversations can be found via the Curriculum Council Edmodo Group.
The next Curriculum Council meeting will be held on May 9, 2014 (Registration link) with a topic of STEM. All are invited to attend and join in the discussions and collaboration. Be sure to join us!
Here's a listing of our upcoming Curriculum Council meetings and their topics.