We pride ourselves in building relationships with teachers that allow us to come together for pre k-12 grade students. Though we are housed at New Mexico State University, we have a variety of partners and projects that allow us to support education in a variety of ways.
Professional Development Workshops
We provide Professional Development specifically tailored to meet each schools needs. Below you will find some of our initial offerings. If you are interested in learning more about any our workshops please contact us at (915)329-8388 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
CCS Standards progression/alignment
Math Discussions that support Language Development
Using Developmental Stages of Understanding to Differentiate Math Instruction
Strategies for Student Engagement
Establishing Positive Classroom Structures and Routines for Student Success
Understanding 5:1, Ratios of Interaction
Understanding a student-centered classroom
Seeking to Understand Workshops (Parents, Students and Teachers)
Structuring an Elementary Literacy Day
ELA Anchor Standards
ELA Foundations Progression
Guided Reading Processes
Using Leveled Readers to Differentiate Instruction
School Principal Onsite Coaching
Developing a Strong School Culture
Providing Effective Feedback
Data Driven Decision Making
Developing and Supporting School Structure
Collaborative Classroom Walkthroughs to look for opportunities to engage families in classrooms
Support with creating parent/community involvement plan
Development of systems to promote school improvement
Development/review of SAT process for the school
Development of plan to implement targeted interventions for students (RTI)
Support with monitoring progress of school goals
Support with establishing next steps based on goals
Review and analysis of school and classroom data
Sheltered Instruction Strategies to Support Content Understanding
Backward Planning Through the CCSS
Formative Assessment: Understanding and Strategies
Differentiation in the K-5 classroom
Deconstructing the CCSS ELA and Mathematics Standards
Vertical Alignment in Mathematics and ELA
New Teacher Bootcamps (math and ELA)
Trust, Collaboration, Capacity Building Coaching Model Certification Training
Professional Growth through Video Reflection
NES Test Support and Preparation
CORE provides tutoring and support for students pursuing a teaching degree. Are you studying for the NES Essential Academic Skills test or the NES (Elementary, Secondary or Special Education) Assessment test? We can help! Contact Dr. Stacey Duncan at email@example.com for more information.
How does CORE work with RAMS? RAMS (previously known as RDA) is a New Mexico Public Education Department, Title I and Special Education funded program to support increase in reading and mathematics scores in elementary classrooms. This 2019-2020 school year CORE will continue to provide in-classroom teacher coaching in math, reading and PBIS to 88 schools in the State of New Mexico.
CORE and RAMS Teacher Collaboration This work can be accomplished in a number of ways, including small and large group professional development sessions, examining standards and instructional resources with teachers and teams in professional learning communities (PLCs), classroom observations and reflective conversations with descriptive feedback based on a focus determined by the teacher. CORE coaches also collaborate and co-plan lessons and interventions with teachers, model or co-teach for short periods of time. Working with administration to determine needs, combined with working alongside teachers to analyze and interpret formative and summative assessment data to improve student learning.
New Mexico State University CORE P.O. Box 30001 MSC 3COR Las Cruces, NM 88001 (575)646-2012 firstname.lastname@example.org
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