RPDC Workshop: Applying Researched-Based Strategies Using SMART Products

Are you familiar with the nine instructional strategies researched by Dr. Robert Marzano at McREL? Do you have a SMART Board, but feel you are not using it to its fullest? Then this workshop is for you! Certified SMART Instructor, Martha Bogart, will lead participants through a full day of hands-on experiences based on the book, Using Technology with Classroom Instruction That Works. Martha, along with other certified instructors from CSD, will provide concrete ideas and practice with the SMART Notebook software, SMART Response, SMART Ideas concept mapping software, SMART document camera, and the SMART Slate. We will discuss each of the nine classroom instruction strategies and show you how you can use your Interactive White Board to achieve higher student engagement and success. Come see ideas for using these SMART products in your classroom and leave with a variety of ideas for using the nine Marzano strategies at the same time. Participants will walk away with concrete ideas and a SMART Notebook file they can use and/or modify.

Audience: All K-12 Educators who have SMART Boards
Presenter: Martha Bogart, SMART Certified Teacher
Date: Monday, March 26, 2012, 8:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Location: 8225 Florissant Road,  St. Louis, MO 63121 at the St. Louis RPDC at the University of MO-St. Louis Regional Center for Education & Work

Cost: $95.00 CSD Members; $120.00 Non-Members
Lunch will be provided. Registration Deadline: March 21, 2012
For additional information contact Tiffiny Creech at 314-692-1256.

To register online, go here. Reference #: 24031-27
PARTICIPANTS MUST BRING A LAPTOP WITH WIRELESS INTERNET ACCESS AND THE LATEST SMART NOTEBOOK SOFTWARE INSTALLED.

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