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View Seminar: We R 3C: Creating Caring Communities Overview PM Session

Seminar NameWe R 3C: Creating Caring Communities Overview PM Session
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Seminar Short DescOverview session for We R 3C: Creating Caring Communities.
Seminar Full DescOn February 2, 2017, in concert with the CA Boces, We R 3C, Inc., a nonprofit 501 (C)(3) organization, will be offering a two-and-one-half-hour session on the importance of developing intrinsic motivation as the trigger for demonstrations of positive character traits in students. The session will feature what is now being referred to as a revolutionary curricular approach to this topic as well as how We R 3C, Inc. curriculums comport to nearly 30% of the new ESSA Indicators. The session will be comprised of five components:
1. An introduction and review of the We R 3C, Inc. pedagogy, methodology and process-model curriculum
2. A hands-on series of activities designed to challenge the participant to focus on the importance of character development as it relates to the teaching of skills that will foster moral development in students
3. An interactive session using the We R 3C, Inc.s curriculums which will offer participants an opportunity to directly review the curriculum materials and gain an understanding of how they are used within the classroom
4. An activity from Beginnings, We R 3C, Inc.s K-2 curriculum and an activity from the
We R 3C curriculum grades 3-12 to take back to your school
5. A WXXI PBS American Graduate segment, hosted by Helene Biandudi Hofer, that highlights the We R 3C, Inc. curriculum in action
Workshop Full DescOn February 2, 2017, in concert with the CA Boces, We R 3C, Inc., a nonprofit 501 (C)(3) organization, will be offering a two-and-one-half-hour session on the importance of developing intrinsic motivation as the trigger for demonstrations of positive character traits in students. The session will feature what is now being referred to as a revolutionary curricular approach to this topic as well as how We R 3C, Inc. curriculums comport to nearly 30% of the new ESSA Indicators. The session will be comprised of five components:
1. An introduction and review of the We R 3C, Inc. pedagogy, methodology and process-model curriculum
2. A hands-on series of activities designed to challenge the participant to focus on the importance of character development as it relates to the teaching of skills that will foster moral development in students
3. An interactive session using the We R 3C, Inc.’s curriculums which will offer participants an opportunity to directly review the curriculum materials and gain an understanding of how they are used within the classroom
4. An activity from Beginnings™, We R 3C, Inc.’s K-2 curriculum and an activity from the
We R 3C® curriculum grades 3-12 to take back to your school
5. A WXXI PBS American Graduate segment, hosted by Helene Biandudi Hofer, that highlights the We R 3C, Inc. curriculum in action
Seminar Date02/02/2017
Opening Time12:00 pm
Closing Time3:00 pm
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Seminar AudiencePrincipals
District Leaders
Teacher Leaders
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SiteCA BOCES Barn
LocationTraining Room
Site TypeRegional
Duration3 Hours
Seminar StatusHeld
WorkshopWe R 3C: Creating Caring Communities Overview Session
Starting Registration11:30 am
Credit Hours3.00
CTLE EligibleNo
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Public NotesPlease register for EITHER the morning or the afternoon.
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Seminar Id846

CTLE Activities

    Facilitators

    • Tim Clarke

    Districts That Can Send Participants

    • Allegany-Limestone Central School
    • Andover Central School
    • Belfast Central School
    • Bolivar-Richburg Central School
    • Cattaraugus-Little Valley Central School
    • Cuba-Rushford Central School
    • Ellicottville Central School
    • Fillmore Central School
    • Franklinville Central School
    • Friendship Central School
    • Genesee Valley Central School
    • Hinsdale Central School
    • Olean City Schools
    • Pioneer Central School
    • Portville Central School
    • Randolph Academy Union Free School
    • Randolph Central School
    • Salamanca City Schools
    • Scio Central School
    • Wellsville Central School
    • West Valley Central School
    • Whitesville Central School
    • CA-BOCES Admin
    • CA-BOCES CTE
    • CA-BOCES ISS
    • CA-BOCES IT
    • CA-BOCES Special Education
    • CA Teacher Center

    Learning Standards

    • 4 Learning Environment