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  1. Curriculum Directors Meeting
    Directors from Region 2 will meet quarterly throughout the school year to share legislative updates, professional development opportunities, and network with one another.

    This is a closed meeting designed for Region 2 Curriculum Directors only.

  2. Time is TikToking: Apps to Get Your Teaching Going Viral (Online Self-Paced Course)

    Generational gaps can cause learning to lag but using apps like TikTok, Flipgrid, Youtube, and snapchat can build credibility and relevance to your teaching with an audience looking for a quick experience.  Uncomfortable with technology or concerned about the misuse of technology? We will address these concerns by supporting our student learning as digital citizens while also offering some templates to simulate the online apps as well. 

    This is an online self-paced course.

    Applicable to 6-12th grade.

    This is an online self-paced course.  While it may have a different end date, once registered, you will receive an email with a link to the google classroom to begin your coursework.  Once all assignments are submitted, you will receive credit.

  3. TexQuest Overviews for the Elementary and Secondary Levels
    This informative and interactive workshop will provide opportunities to explore the statewide database program for K-12 public schools and charter schools.

  4. STEM Conference 2023
    We’ve all heard STEM as a phrase for years, and we have seen examples of STEM implemented in schools and districts throughout the region.  With the upcoming changes occurring to curriculum in Tech Apps and Science, let us come together to share ideas, identify state goals and focus on what STEM will look like for all students.  

    Join us for a collaborative and informative day to build our capacity as STEM educators and network to create stronger connections in our region.  

  5. HB3 Reading Academies: Blended Cohort Model

    HB 3 requires all kindergarten through third-grade teachers and principals to being the Texas Reading Academies training before the 2022-2023 school year.

    The academies are based on the Science of Teaching Reading, a term that describes educator application of evidence-based methods that best support development of skilled reading.

    The Texas Reading Academies Blended Cohort Model is a 11-month online training program for teachers, principals and other instructional staff. 

    The ESC-2 serves as an authorized provider and will facilitate each blended cohort model, provide registration support and grade artifacts.

  6. Building Bridges through High Quality Literacy Conference
    Our upcoming literacy conference centers on the importance of high-quality curriculum and instructional materials that provide content-rich, culturally and linguistically relevant, and offer transformative learning and academic equity. Conference participants will receive information and guidance on building system capacity through comprehensive literacy instruction for all students, focusing on strengthening a student’s ability to navigate, understand, and write about complex print and digital subject matter that reflects critical content from such disciplines as the arts, humanities, sciences, social sciences, English, and math in preparation for college, the 21st century workforce, and global citizenship. Our goal is for participants to leave being able to apply new understandings toward the needs of underserved students.

  7. TIER Explicit Reading Instruction

    Explicit instruction is an evidence-based framework with a long history of success in
    increasing student learning. Explicit instruction works particularly well for students who need intervention. The benefits of explicit instruction techniques are not limited to students who need intensive support. As we’ll explore in this pathway, we will discuss:

    What is explicit instruction? 

    Why is explicit instruction important and effective?  

    Who benefits from explicit instruction?

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