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  • Youth and Family Programs | California State University Stanislaus
    Majors Programs Academic Calendar Summer Session Winter Intersession Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving Presidential Fund for Regional Partnership Development Speak Proudly Stan State Fund University Colleges Athletics Plan Your Gift Philanthropic Partners Ways To Give Contact Us A Z Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Education Kinesiology Social Work Great Valley Writing Project Youth and Family Programs Youth and Family Programs Our teacher consultants facilitate family literacy writing nights during the academic school year These community events create an opportunity for students and their families to author and publish their work What better way to illustrate the importance of collaboration when composing and supporting parents understanding of California ELA Standards Contact our office if you would like more information about student after school writing clubs or family writing nights Summer Programs More Information Fall Spring Programs Coming soon Printer friendly version Great Valley Writing Project Calendar of Events K 16 Educators Youth Family Programs Summer Programs About GVWP Teacher Consultants Administrators Digital Newsletter GVWP Staff Contact Information California State University Stanislaus One University Circle Turlock California 95382 Maps Directions Contact

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/gvwp/youth-and-family-programs (2016-02-15)
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  • Administrators | California State University Stanislaus
    content areas Integrate the arts into STEM courses Discover how writing increases student understanding and achievement Identify critical literacy skills necessary to complete CCSS performance tasks Examine K 12 reading and writing anchor standards progression Download our flyer here GVWP Common Core Workshops For more information regarding Common Core Workshops please contact our office 667 3490 or email the GVWP office at acameron csustan edu Contracted Professional Development for Schools Districts GVWP tailors professional development programs to the needs and interests of individual schools and districts We invite superintendents principals professional development coordinators to talk with us about designing a program one that will continue over time that will focus not only on strategies and approaches but on building rubrics looking at student work and coaching teachers as they return to their classrooms Please read below for a small sampling of the programs available No program has done more to jump start our writing program than GVWP Our student scores went from almost 0 proficient to over 72 in one year Our teachers feel like they had a handle on how to teach writing and are constantly looking for ways they can share their own ideas with each other Allan Petersdorf Principal Discovery Bay Elementary School Share Your GVWP Story Improving the Writing and Learning of English Learners Find ways to provide explicit writing instruction to English learners to help them succeed in class and on state and district writing assessments Teachers will learn how to build writing fluency develop voice and introduce audience and purpose using scaffolded instructional approaches demonstrated by experienced classroom teachers Teacher consultants lead Young Writers Academies for EL students integrating best practices in EL writing and literacy instruction See evaluation summary pdf of 2009 YWAs Traits of Writing The traits of writing framework is a powerful way to create a common vision and common language for what good writing looks like Teachers and students can use the trait model to pinpoint areas of strength and weakness as they continue to focus on continued writing improvement The traits are ideas organization voice word choice sentence fluency conventions presentation Professional Inquiry Groups Teachers read and discuss a significant professional text All text selections complement ELA content standards and CSTP professional growth standards Participants select a text tailored to their site s needs Educators using book studies for professional development Education Week 5 16 Keller reported that two trends have move d book study far up the list of the way teachers spend their professional development time First many educators and observers are convinced that teachers are obligated to upgrade their classroom skills Second the most effective way to do that according to a growing chorus of educators and experts is through work on practice located within schools conducted among colleagues and above all well integrated with teachers day to day work As a result book studies have become increasingly popular as t hey are easily localized and collegial hugely adaptable and inexpensive For example the Ann Arbor

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  • Digital Newsletter | California State University Stanislaus
    About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home College of Education Kinesiology Social Work Great Valley Writing Project Digital Newsletter Digital Newsletter Write Voice is written by and for educators You may view each newsletter in its entirety by downloading the pdf file If you have comments or questions please contact Maria Shreve editor Write Voice Fall 2015 pdf Write Voice Fall 2014 pdf Write Voice Fall

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/gvwp/newsletter (2016-02-15)
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  • Great Valley Writing Project Staff | California State University Stanislaus
    Staff Carol Minner Director Carol has served as director since July 2001 Previously Carol served as professional development coordinator for GVWP in Stockton and has been a Teacher Consultant for CWP since 1983 College of Education DBH318 Turlock CA 95382 Voice mail 209 484 1528 Email Carol Stephanie Paterson Co Director Stephanie is a Professor of English who teaches courses in Rhetoric and Teaching Writing M A concentration She leads teacher research work at GVWP English Department Turlock CA 95382 Phone 209 667 3968 Email Stephanie Oddmund Myhre Dean of College of Education Dr Myhre is the Principal Investigator PI for the Great Valley Writing Project College of Education Turlock CA 95382 Phone 209 667 3652 Brandy De Alba Associate Director Brandy oversees GVWP partnership programs with Migrant Education and coordinates PD throughout San Joaquin and Stanislaus counties She is currently a Program Specialist at McKinley Elementary in Stockton Unified School District Email Brandy Chris Condon English Language Programs and Evaluation Coordinator Chris advises EL program design and evaluation methods He is a school psychologist for the San Joaquin County Office of Education San Joaquin Co Office of Education PO Box 213030 Stockton CA 95213 Phone 209 468 4800 Email Chris Melissa King Community Funded Programs Coordinator Melissa coordinates professional development for educators and summer youth programs with an emphasis on using technology to improve writing Phone 209 838 2115 Email Melissa Kathy Harvey Stockton Saturday Seminar Coordinator Kathy coordinates the Stockton Saturday Seminars at CSU Stanislaus She recently retired from Woodward Elementary School Deanne Andrade Young Writers Symposium Coordinator Deanne coordinates events for students and parents including the Young Writers Symposium and Family Literacy Nights Jefferson Elementary School District 1219 Whispering Wind Dr Tracy CA 95377 Phone 209 836 4531 Email Deanne Maria Shreve Digital Newsletter Editor Maria edits

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  • School of the Arts | California State University Stanislaus
    of the Arts Excellence in Visual and Performing Arts Higher Education Whether your calling is in performance education music and composition or new media in the visual arts we are fully vested in your growth and success The School of the Arts SOA offers nationally accredited programs that prepare you for the broad range of opportunities both professionally and academically that may be available to you upon graduation At the SOA understanding the importance of artistic expression and its relationship to a sustainable society are integral to our educational process which provides you with language that is informed from a global perspective and is both timely and essential to your success This belief is underscored in our Visual and Performing Arts programs through the embrace of culture and diversity As you ve already begun your artistic journey by visiting our website and exploring our program offerings we encourage you to take the next step come for a visit and take a closer look at the School of the Arts at Stanislaus State where providing excellence in the visual and performing arts higher education is our commitment to you For more information please contact the School of the Arts at 209

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/soa (2016-02-15)
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  • Music Major | California State University Stanislaus
    Music Major Music Major Discover what you can learn and where a music major can take you The Department of Music has an outstanding faculty of highly accomplished professional performers conductors composers and educators who are active regionally nationally and internationally The department provides students a broad range of academic and performance opportunities within a program accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music Two to four year talent based music scholarships are open to new students each year Interests Advanced performance techniques Music theory analysis and pedagogy Eartraining and sightsinging Music history Music around the world Music technology Working as a part of a team Expressing creative ideas Learn Develop high level musical technical and artistic fluency in the performance practice of your musical emphasis Demonstrate an understanding of historical foundations of European and American musical styles and the development of world musics Develop aural keyboard skills Improvise and compose music in a variety of styles Go Private studio instructor Music educator Instrumental performer Opera performer Recitalist Conductor Music director Recording technician Music therapist Music librarian Arts administrator Career Opportunities Modesto Symphony Orchestra Townsend Opera Opera San Jose Chamber music ensembles K 12 music classrooms Private music studios Graduate programs at universities such as Juilliard Peabody Conservatory and Westminster Choir College University level teaching at institutions such as Indiana University and University of Southern California Degrees and Programs Bachelor of Music in Music with emphases in the following areas Music Education Instrumental Music Education Choral Piano Performance Instrumental Performance Vocal Performance Jazz Performance Composition Bachelor of Arts in Music with emphases available in General Music Music Technology A minor in music is available as is a concentration in music for those majoring in liberal studies I felt like I belonged here and the faculty have guided my passion

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  • Mission Statement | California State University Stanislaus
    Directory Maps Library Stockton Center MyCSUSTAN Students Parents Faculty Staff Alumni Donors Community About Academics Admissions Athletics Campus Life Giving You are here Home School of the Arts Department of Music Mission Statement Mission Statement The Stanislaus State Department of Music strives to develop and deliver cohesive comprehensive and effective instruction for our students intended to provide them with a broad array of tools skills perspectives and understanding crucial to navigating a rapidly evolving musical landscape The Department of Music also values its role in Central and Northern California and seeks to actively participate in the cultural and educational life of our region Specific goals of this mission include To prepare and train outstanding collaborative and solo performers skilled effective teachers thoughtful expressive composers and sensitive musicians ready for multiple other vocational contexts To develop critical thinkers in music who value tradition and innovation cultural diversity arts advocacy and engagement and overall excellence in the arts To engage the local communities of which we are a part through active performance event outreach and collaboration To serve our region through outreach programs cultural offerings sponsorships partnerships and more Printer friendly version Department of Music Faculty Staff Livestream Music Events Tickets Music

    Original URL path: https://www.csustan.edu/music/mission-statement (2016-02-15)
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  • Entrance and Scholarship Audition Information | California State University Stanislaus
    and choose music as an elective The faculty are highly accomplished professional performers conductors composers and educators who are active regionally nationally and internationally They work closely with students to provide the broadest range of support to ensure academic and artistic success Audition Information Entrance and scholarship auditions are held several times throughout the year for entering freshmen and transfer students An entrance audition is required of all entering music students Entrance and scholarship audition dates for the 2015 2016 academic year will be held in room M39 on the following dates Saturday February 6 2016 from 10 00am 3 00pm Saturday March 19 2016 from 9 00am 5 00pm Music scholarship eligibility of students that have completed the University s application process will be determined after the application closing date See University Admissions Please contact MusicRecruitment csustan edu for more details about the Department of Music and its programs to schedule an audition or tour or to get directions to the Department of Music You can also fill out a web form here to get started with the application process Available Scholarships Scholarships are available for talented students by audition every year The University also offers a variety of financial aid opportunities for qualified students including generous awards such as the Presidential and Provost Scholarships Music scholarships for entering students are determined by the entrance audition process and are renewable for a total of four years for entering freshman Transfer students are usually granted two or three year renewable scholarships Please contact MusicRecruitment csustan edu for more details about the music department and its programs to schedule an audition or tour or to get directions to the music department Named scholarships are awarded by the Department of Music to students who meet the scholarship requirements and include the following

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