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Sep
12

African-American Female Faculty Workshop

The African-American Female Faculty Development Workshop is designed for tenure-track junior faculty, post-docs, and doctoral candidates who aspire to obtain tenure as faculty in institutions of higher education.

Sep
12

The Art of Composition: Creating a Multimodal Writing Studio

In this interactive workshop, we will explore how teachers can support and implement a multimodal writing studio in the K-5 classroom.

Sep
14

Transgender Voice and Communication Group

This is a group for transmen and transwomen in which intonation, language, pitch, resonance, and other topics will be taught and supported by UGA faculty and graduate students from the Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education.

Sep
21

Transgender Voice and Communication Group

This is a group for transmen and transwomen in which intonation, language, pitch, resonance, and other topics will be taught and supported by UGA faculty and graduate students from the Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education.

Sep
28

Transgender Voice and Communication Group

This is a group for transmen and transwomen in which intonation, language, pitch, resonance, and other topics will be taught and supported by UGA faculty and graduate students from the Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education.

Oct
5

Transgender Voice and Communication Group

This is a group for transmen and transwomen in which intonation, language, pitch, resonance, and other topics will be taught and supported by UGA faculty and graduate students from the Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education.

Oct
10

Qualitative Research Program Open House

Learn about our programs and expand your skill set at this free workshop.

Oct
10

For the Love of a Book: Fostering Independent Reading Habits through Choice, Modeling, and Student-Teacher Conferencing

In this interactive session, you will discuss and explore ways to get students hooked on reading for pleasure, within a framework of district and state learning standards.

Oct
12

Transgender Voice and Communication Group

This is a group for transmen and transwomen in which intonation, language, pitch, resonance, and other topics will be taught and supported by UGA faculty and graduate students from the Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education.

Oct
14

The Other Side of Poverty in Schools Workshop

In this exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop at the University of Georgia, teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators will develop research-based teaching practices.

Oct
19

Transgender Voice and Communication Group

This is a group for transmen and transwomen in which intonation, language, pitch, resonance, and other topics will be taught and supported by UGA faculty and graduate students from the Department of Communication Sciences and Special Education.

Oct
26–27

Professional Development Schools (PDS) Workshop: Forming Sustainable School District and University/College Partnerships

In this two-day workshop, faculty and administrative representatives from the University of Georgia College of Education and Clarke County School District will lead participant teams through Professional Development School (PDS) school visits (preK through 12th grade) and working sessions on how to …

Nov
5–6

The Paragraph Writing Strategy Workshop

This two-day workshop will introduce teachers to the foundations of the the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning SIM instructional process and will prepare them to implement research-based interventions to help students acquire strategies for writing and editing a variety of types of…

Nov
14

Meaningful Grammar Instruction: Preparing Students for Powerful Personal Writing and Standardized Tests

The new Georgia Milestones test emphasizes students' abilities to explain their thinking in writing, and thus the need for instruction targeting application of language standards has taken a front seat to isolated grammar instruction.

Dec
4

Developing Counseling Competence with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients: Supporting Resilience and Empowerment

In this didactic and experiential workshop, Anneliese Singh will describe the major domains of counseling competence with transgender and gender nonconforming clients over the lifespan.

Dec
5

Deconstructing Classroom Power: Giving Each Student a Voice in the English Classroom

In this workshop participants will examine how the traditional classroom power structures impact a student's academic experience and consider new ways of approaching student/teacher relationships that can improve student achievement.

Jan
23–24

Scholar Weekend

Scholar Weekends are for eighth- through 11th-graders who are Duke TIP Talent Search participants or have been confirmed by the Duke TIP main office as academically gifted per local school criteria.

Jan
26

Student Teacher Technology Workshop

Join EdTech@UGA for an evening packed with teaching and learning strategies you can apply directly into your classrooms.

Feb
4–5

The Paragraph Writing Strategy Workshop

The Strategic Instruction Model (SIM) Paragraph Writing Strategy is targeted toward fourth- through 12th-graders who struggle with written expression as basic as the development of soundly written paragraphs of different types (e.g., narrative, compare and contrast, etc.).

Feb
4–5

Accessing Common Core Standards in the Co-Taught Classroom: K-5 Level

Help students with disabilities succeed in the Georgia Standards of Excellence/Georgia Performance Standards in this two-day workshop.

Feb
6

#CriticalConsumers: Cultivating Critical Social Media Literacies in the Classroom

Examine the risks and opportunities middle and high school students encounter when engaging with social media as consumers

Feb
6

Academic Adventures

Academic Adventures are for fifth- and sixth-graders who have been identified by the Duke TIP fourth-sixth grade talent search.

Feb
16

The Other Side of Poverty in Schools Workshop

An exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop at the University of Georgia for teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators.

Feb
26

Developing Counseling Competence with Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Clients: Supporting Resilience and Empowerment

In this didactic and experiential workshop, Anneliese Singh will describe the major domains of counseling competence with transgender and gender nonconforming clients over the lifespan.

Feb
27–28

Scholar Weekend

Scholar Weekends are for eighth- through 11th-graders who are Duke TIP Talent Search participants or have been confirmed by the Duke TIP main office as academically gifted per local school criteria.

Mar
3–4

Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (TTCT) Training - Figural

Efficient, effective and expert training by the Torrance Centerâ„¢ assures all motivated learners will receive the most up-to-date training in the administration, scoring and interpretation of the TTCT- Figural test.

Mar
5

Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (TTCT) Training - Verbal

Efficient, effective and expert training by the Torrance Centerâ„¢ assures all motivated learners will receive the most up-to-date training in the administration, scoring and interpretation of the TTCT- Verbal test.

Mar
15

Critical Literacy for the Common Core Workshop

This one-day workshop is designed for elementary teachers, instructional coaches, literacy coaches, administrators, after-school specialists, tutors, and anyone else who would like to provide high-quality reading instruction and literacy contexts for children.

Mar
19

Beyond the Paper and Pen: Effective and Engaging Ways to Incorporate Technology Into the Writing Classroom

Transform your 7-12 grades writing classroom in this interactive workshop aimed at creating a more dynamic writing classroom.

Mar
19

Academic Adventures

Academic Adventures are for fifth- and sixth-graders who have been identified by the Duke TIP fourth-sixth grade talent search.

Mar
21–22

Accessing Common Core Standards in Co-Taught Classrooms, 6-12 Level

This two-day workshop focuses on helping students with disabilities succeed in the Georgia Standards of Excellence/Georgia Performance Standards.

Mar
25–26

Introduction to ATLAS.ti Qualitative Data Analysis Software

This two-day workshop is designed for researchers, graduate students, and faculty who have a basic foundation in qualitative research methods and would like to learn how to use ATLAS.ti qualitative data analysis software to its fullest potential.

Apr
2–3

Scholar Weekend

Scholar Weekends are for eighth- through 11th-graders who are Duke TIP Talent Search participants or have been confirmed by the Duke TIP main office as academically gifted per local school criteria.

Apr
16

Multigenre Research in the K12 Classroom: Creating Content Rich and Creative Projects

Multigenre research allows students to explore different writing forms, engage with primary and secondary sources, and develop projects in which the writer's voice comes through loud and clear.

May
4

The Other Side of Poverty in Schools Workshop

In this intensive one-day workshop, teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators can learn about how to better meet the needs of students.

May
16–17

How to Write Effective and Compliant IEPs

In this two-day workshop, learn to write effective IEPs that meet federal and state guidelines.

Jun
6–9

2016 Camp Red Clay

Camp Red Clay is a fun, engaging summer writing program offered through the Red Clay Writing Project for rising 3rd-12th graders.

Jun
13–15

Athletic Training Workshop

This three-day comprehensive workshop is designed to expose high school students to the field of sports medicine and athletic training.

Jul
18–22

2016 Torrance Center Summer Institute

The Torrance Center for Creativity and Talent Development is proud to announce its 2016 Torrance Center Summer Institute (TCSI) for teachers.

Jul
18–22

Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (TTCT) Training at 2016 Torrance Center Summer Institute

Come receive TTCT-Figural Training at the 2016 Torrance Center Summer Institute. You MUST be a Torrance Center Summer Institute participant to receive this training.

Jul
25

Learning to Teach and Teaching to Learn: Coaching Novice and Veteran Teacher Professional Development Through Inquiry

In this workshop, participants will learn about the process of practitioner inquiry and the ways it can be valuable to teacher candidates, new teachers, and veteran teachers.

Sep
8–9

Progress Monitoring for Individual Education Programs (IEP)

This workshop is designed to help special education teachers implement evidence-based practices in progress monitoring.

Sep
10

Close Reading: Teaching Kids to Read Closely Without Killing the Love of Reading (Grades 3-12)

This workshop is an opportunity for teachers to receive in-depth training on important literacy education issues from teacher consultants who are experienced presenters and experts in their fields.

Sep
22

The Other Side of Poverty in Schools Workshop

In this exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop, teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators will develop research-based teaching practices; take away powerful classroom ideas; and get ideas for establishing positive relationships.

Oct
6

Critical Literacy for the Standards Workshop

This one-day workshop is designed for elementary teachers, instructional coaches, administrators, tutors, and anyone else who would like to provide high-quality reading instruction and literacy contexts for children.

Oct
7–8

Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (TTCT) Training - Figural

Torrance Tests of Creative Thinking (TTCT) Training - Figural

Oct
7–8

Introduction to ATLAS.ti Qualitative Data Analysis Software (Windows v. 7)

This two-day workshop is designed for researchers, graduate students, and faculty who have a basic foundation in qualitative research methods and would like to learn how to use ATLAS.ti qualitative data analysis (QDA) software to its fullest potential.

Oct
15

Remixing for the Standards: Teaching the Craft of Creating Political Documents (Grades K-12)

In this workshop, we will explore the concept of remix and apply it to the teaching of political documents (speeches, proclamations, treatises, manifestos, posters, photographs, paintings, etc).

Oct
25

Professional Development Schools (PDS) Workshop: Forming Sustainable School District and University/College Partnerships

In this one-day workshop, faculty and administrative representatives from the College of Education and Clarke County School District will teach participant teams how to build sustainable partnerships and maximize the benefits of PDS for all stakeholders.

Nov
5

Integrating Argument Everywhere: Using the College-Ready Writers Program with the Georgia Standards of Excellence (Grades 5-12)

Participants will receive an overview of the goals of NWP's College Ready Writing Program, its curriculum, and its focus on argument writing.

Nov
16

Olympism, Exchange, Friendship, and Peace

Olympism, Exchange, Friendship, and Peace

Dec
3

Using Literary Theory for Social Justice (Grades 6-12)

This workshop is designed to help ELA teachers use literary theory to move past the boundaries imposed on them and their students in our increasingly standardized world.

Jan
28

Digital Storytelling: A Standards-Based Approach for All Genres (Grades K-8)

In this interactive session, you will explore varying definitions of digital storytelling and view examples created by students in early elementary through middle school.

Feb
9

The Other Side of Poverty in Schools Workshop

In this exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop, teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators will develop research-based teaching practices and take away powerful classroom ideas.

Feb
21

A Day of Professional Development for Mentor Teachers

This one-day conference, designed for new and seasoned mentor teachers, will focus on key topics that strengthen mentoring relationships and offer approaches and insights that advance professional practice.

Feb
25

Writing Practice as Spaces for Empathy: Moving from Pain to Power (Elementary)

This workshop explores how teachers can create productive spaces for young children to work through their emotions with writing practice in the classroom.

Mar
25

Powerful Argument Writing (Grades 5-12)

A Red Clay teacher consultant will introduce participants to the National Writing Project's College-Ready Writers Program, a cyclical approach to argument writing and instruction.

Apr
22

Reading and Writing History (Grades K-8)

We can make history more personal and relevant by using historical fiction, research, narrative writing, and immersive simulations to enrich our social studies instruction.

Apr
25

The Other Side of Poverty in Schools Workshop

In this exciting, stimulating, and intensive one-day workshop, teachers, administrators, counselors, and teacher educators will learn about the five principles for change, develop research-based teaching practices, and more.

Jul
10–14

2017 Torrance Center Summer Institute

The Torrance Center Summer Institute is designed to train educators and administrators on integrating creativity into both their curriculum and classroom.