Thursday February 5, 2015 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM EST
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CKEC Training Center 
2331 Fortune Drive
Lexington,, KY 40509

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Brandi Carroll 
Central Kentucky Educational Cooperative 

Lessons that Change Elementary Writers: The Power of Analyzing Student Writing 2-5-15 

Speaker: Lisa King

Target Audience: 

K-5 teachers responsible for writing instruction, Instructional Coaches, Special Education Teachers. Teams of Instructional Coaches and Teachers highly encouraged to attend.


This session will focus on the language of the ELA Writing standards, the development of writing from k-5th grades, qualities of competent and effective writing at each grade level and instructional strategies to scaffold students and move their writing forward.  Participants will analyze two types of writing (on demand and writing over time), note progression over time, annotate competent writing using the standards and compare their student writing to concrete examples of common core aligned writing. Participants will work in groups with colleagues to identify strengths and weaknesses of their student writing and set instructional priorities for students.   In order to fully engage in the professional learning, participants must bring samples of student writing.


If you need ADA accommodations, please email Brandi Carroll at brandi@cksec.org.

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At CKSEC, we love kids and families! Unfortunately, due to liability issues and professional decorum, children and other family members or friends are not permitted to attend our trainings.

Please dress in layers as it can be difficult to adjust the temperature.

CKEC accepts purchase orders, checks, or money orders for payment. CKEC, for auditing purposes, can not accept cash. 

Attendance Policy: If you register to attend a session, but find you are unable to attend, please cancel your registration as early as possible. Space is limited and by canceling you will allow others to benefit from these highly qualified professional development opportunities. A fee could be assessed for no shows.

Districts will be notified of those who registered and did not attend or did not cancel prior to be session.