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  1. Unpacking the New ELAR TEKS
    This training will take a deep dive into each grade level's strands, knowledge and skills statements, and student expectations.  Participants will discuss instructional implications after deconstructing their standards.  This will help ensure lesson plans and materials meet the rigor of the expectations. 

  2. Navigating the New ELAR TEKS through the TEKS Resource System Lens TOT

    Join us for an introduction to the new ELAR TEKS and receive a comprehensive look into the new TEKS Resource System curriculum components, including the TCD (specificity), YAG, TVD, and IFDs. Participants will leave with an understanding of the purpose, the updated content, and the alignment of the documents.  

    This training is intended to be a TOT. Participants will receive a flash drive containing the training and all supporting documents. 

  3. Curriculum Directors Meeting
    Directors from Region 2 will meet regularly 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.

  4. Awesome Apps for the Early Elementary Classroom
    Do you have tablets in your classroom?  Do you need new ideas for using them?  Come learn how to use FREE technology driven tools to engage students in learning! Apps include AR Flashcards, MSQRD, Doodle Buddy, and more!  We will also explore websites and programs that can be used in all content areas.

  5. TCMPC - TEKS Resource System 101 (2019-2020)
    This professional development outlines the curriculum and assessment components of the TEKS Resource System. The workshop highlights tools such as the Year at a Glance (YAG), Vertical Alignment Document (VAD), Vertical Viewer, TEKS Clarification Document (TCD), Instructional Focus Document (IFD), TEKS Verification Document (TVD), Performance Assessment (PA) and Assessment Item Bank in all core content areas.

    The Administrator session is a half day training that will provide an overview of the teacher tools and the administrator tools.

    The content sessions are a full day.  Specialists will review the tools available for each area.  Teachers will be shown how to plan from the IFD and use the various tools to support their efforts.  Participants will be given the opportunity to plan for their upcoming school year.

    Training open to participating 2018-2019 Texas Curriculum Management Program Cooperative (TCMPC) districts.

    Agua Dulce ISD
    Alice ISD
    Aransas County ISD
    Aransas Pass ISD
    Banquete ISD
    Beeville ISD
    Ben Bolt-Palito Blanco ISD
    Benavides ISD
    Bishop CISD
    Brooks County ISD
    Calallen ISD
    Dr M L Garza-Gonzalez Charter School
    Driscoll ISD
    Freer ISD
    George West ISD
    Gregory-Portland ISD
    Ingleside ISD
    Kenedy County Wide CSD
    Mathis ISD
    McMullen County ISD
    Odem-Edroy ISD
    Orange Grove ISD
    Pawnee ISD
    Pettus ISD
    Port Aransas ISD
    Premont ISD
    Ramirez CSD
    Ricardo ISD
    Riviera ISD
    Robstown ISD
    San Diego ISD
    Santa Gertrudis ISD
    St Mary's Academy Charter School
    Sinton ISD
    Skidmore-Tynan ISD
    Taft ISD
    Three Rivers ISD
    Tuloso-Midway ISD
    West Oso ISD

  6. Tools of the Traits
    This workshop will feature strategies that can be used to support students who struggle to develop the writing traits: focus, coherence, organization, development of ideas, voice, and word choice.

  7. Literacy Stations
    Literacy stations are an extension of learning in the classroom.  They provide students with opportunities to practice reading, writing, listening and working with letters and words. 

  8. D.I.E. over Literacy Stations: Differentiate, Integrate, and Engage with Stations across the Curriculum

    What does differentiation look like? How do I fit it all in?  What do I do with the rest of the class while I meet with small groups? Literacy centers give the teacher the opportunity to work with small groups while the rest of the students engage in and work on activities that allow for student choice, give them multiple ways to learn, and understand concepts based on their individual needs.

    This workshop details why integrated literacy centers are necessary, what integrated and differentiated centers are & look like, and how to set up, manage, and keep them going throughout the year so that students are engaged. Participants will walk away with suggested materials, resources, and activities that can easily be formatted to fit the needs of each participants grade level and content area.

  9. Informational Text Series
    In order to support the struggling learners in our Region 2 with Informational Texts, this training has been created to help instructors understand the pillars of the genre. Participants will learn about expository foundations such as organization, author's purpose, idea development, and audience awareness. More importantly, teachers will walk away with instructional approaches and strategies that can raise regional STAAR scores.    

  10. Word Power for the Early Childhood Classroom

    Research shows that there is a vast gap between high SES children and low SES children in the areas of oral language and vocabulary.  Children need multiple opportunities to use language throughout the day to bridge the gap.  In this workshop, participants will study the process and mechanics of language development.  They will also practice and take home many activities that will boost language development in centers, foster social skills through language, and encourage vocabulary development in the classroom.

209 North Water St.
Corpus Christi, Texas 78401-2528
phone: (361)561-8400 fax:(361)883-3442