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  1. 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.


  2. DCSI Networking Meeting

    District Coordinators of School Improvement are invited to join the ESC 2 School Support Team for online meetings to learn about TEA School Improvement and Accountability updates, TIP implementation and monitoring guidance, and provide opportunities for DCSIs to share their work.


  3. Carl D. Perkins SSA Advisory Committee Quarterly Meetings

    Consultation zoom meeting with Carl D. Perkins SSA district contacts to review program requirements and procedures for both ESC and LEAs.


  4. HB3 Reading Academies: Blended Cohort Model- January STR Cohort

    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.

    ***Note***- This cohort will look different than the year long cohort due to the STR requirement.  Once TEA releases the model, we will provide more details.

  5. Create a Class Culture of Makers, Inventors, and Creators with Makerspaces (Self-Paced Online Course)

    Kickstart your makerspace with an understanding of what a makerspace is all about, suggestions to fill your makerspace, storage ideas, funding opportunities, resources to explore, and most importantly, developing the maker mindset.

    Note: 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.


  6. DIY: Engineering Olympics (Self-Paced Online Course)

    Plan, prepare, and construct an Engineering Olympics or STEM field day that will create an environment of enrichment and competition building on content and skills learned in the classroom. Your classroom content will serve as the touchstone for engaging events and activities for your students. In this session, you will develop the outline for organizing personnel, creating the competition events, and identifying your competition brackets or advancement criteria. We will also look at evaluating your schedule for the day as you prep your school space for feeding your students, judging their work, and assembling for the culminating celebration. Applicable to teachers grades 3-12.

    Note: 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.

     



  7. Insights into the STEM Toolkit- Community Tools edition (Self-Paced Online Course)

    Utilizing the STEM Toolkit from TEA and resources developed from the Region 2 Texas EcosySTEM, Insights into the STEM Toolkit- Community Tools Edition looks to provide you an understanding of the tools available for your campus and district as you seek to find ways to connect with your community through STEM implementation on your campus.

    This course is designed to showcased the opportunities available in Region 2 and how to connect with your STEM leads at the Education Service Center.  

    Capping off the course, you will identify where your campus falls in the implementation levels of STEM and what you look to do moving forward to implement STEM on your campus and in your district.

    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.

  8. Online Makerspaces: Create your virtual platform (Self-Paced Online Course)

    Looking for ways to reach more students with STEM experiences and opportunities? Identify the characteristics of a virtual makerspace and determine ways to create a challenging and rewarding experience for your campus as they navigate your platform to build their maker mindset and move from consumers to creators. Help your campus build STEM fluency skills as students learn new tools that can be used to create products that demonstrate mastery of content and skills.  

     

    Note:  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.


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