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    that history is more than memorizing a list of facts dates and names Students learn that history is a way of recording preserving and connecting to the past Topics include Ancestry Detectives Back to the Past Family Scrapbooks Family Stories and Family Histories Geography California Here I Come One 60 minute staff development program Five 30 minute student programs for grades 4 6 During the staff development program strategies and techniques needed to effectively implement the five student programs are explored Content and activities for each student program are demonstrated and the teacher guide is presented Students explore how people have interacted with environmental regions such as mountain ranges major coastal bays natural harbors river valleys and delta regions and how these interactions have influenced history Events from California history are used as examples Through an activity based learning environment students acquire basic study skills and utilize critical thinking as history and geography come alive Geography Natural Events Then and Now One 60 minute staff development Four 30 minute student programs for grades 4 6 During the staff development program strategies and techniques needed to effectively implement the four student programs are presented Student programs explore natural events and discover

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    which the students read enjoy and learn about the life and struggles of a young girl as she emigrates from Russia to America in 1919 As students become fully engrossed in the novel active experiences help them become better readers writers and discussants Patty Reed s Doll The Story of the Donner Party One 60 minute Staff Development Program Five 30 minute student programs Grades 4 5 This module is based upon the novel Patty Reed s Doll The Story of the Donner Party This book is a story about the life and struggles experienced by the Donner Party on their journey across the United States The staff development program introduces and familiarizes teachers with the content and teaching strategies specific to the novel Teacher guides and procedures for the implementing student programs are discussed Student activities presented and modeled The five student programs are sequenced around the reading of Patty Reed s Doll combining literature history and geography States Active experiences help students communicate their ideas as they become better readers and writers Shiloh One 60 minute staff development program Four 30 minute student programs Grades 4 6 This module is sequenced around the reading of the novel Shiloh

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    6 to the properties of number with an emphasis on fractions and decimals Students use concrete models to build their understanding of concepts They solve problems encountered in their world that involve multiplication and division of fractions Topics include Multiples Primes and Composites Composing Decomposing Fractions Understanding Fractional Relationships Operations on Fractions multiplication division comparing Fractions and Decimals and Everyday Fractions Related Assessment Tools Grades 5 6 Turn On to Number Staff Development Teaching Algebraic Concepts K 8 Two 60 minute staff development programs The two staff development programs help teachers understand what algebraic thinking is and the importance of teaching algebraic concepts throughout the grades Emphasis is placed on how these concepts relate to learning basic skills Strategies for helping students develop algebraic thinking are modeled Program design teacher guides and online opportunities for students teachers and parents are explored Teachers discover that they can teach algebra to their students Student Programs Turn On to Algebra Grades 5 6 Eight 30 minute student programs Turn On to Algebra helps students understand that algebra is a problem solving tool Students investigate patterns and identify relationships between numbers They interpret and process word problems and develop the understanding that formulas are equations and represent relationships Topics include Problem Solving and Patterns Finding Functions Graphing Functions Making Sense of Word Problems Symbols of Algebra What s an Integer Working with Equations Thinking Algebraically Related Assessment Tools Grades 5 6 Turn On to Algebra Staff Development Teaching Geometry Concepts Grades 5 6 Two 60 minute staff development programs These staff development programs help teachers understand geometry and the instructional strategies for effectively teaching geometry concepts Program design teacher guides and online opportunities for students teachers and parents are explored Strategies and resources are presented to help students learn how to use technology as

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    explores and compares the life cycles of several plants and animals In the student programs students observe and compare caterpillars and mealworms and then observe how they progress through metamorphosis during the student programs Rapid cycling Wisconsin Fast Plants are grown providing hands on experience with a plant s entire life cycle Observing and comparing plant and animal life cycles first hand provides students with an excellent opportunity to observe

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    discover that history is more than memorizing a list of facts dates and names Students learn that history is a way of recording preserving and connecting to the past Topics include Ancestry Detectives Back to the Past Family Scrapbooks Family Stories and Family Histories Geography California Here I Come One 60 minute staff development program Five 30 minute student programs for grades 4 6 During the staff development program strategies and techniques needed to effectively implement the five student programs are explored Content and activities for each student program are demonstrated and the teacher guide is presented Students explore how people have interacted with environmental regions such as mountain ranges major coastal bays natural harbors river valleys and delta regions and how these interactions have influenced history Events from California history are used as examples Through an activity based learning environment students acquire basic study skills and utilize critical thinking as history and geography come alive Geography Natural Events Then and Now One 60 minute staff development Four 30 minute student programs for grades 4 6 During the staff development program strategies and techniques needed to effectively implement the four student programs are presented Student programs explore natural events and

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    based upon the novel Letters from Rifka by Karen Hesse The staff development program introduces and familiarizes teachers with the content and teaching strategies specific to the novel Teaching guides and procedures for implementing student programs and discussed Student activities are presented and modeled The five student programs are sequenced around the reading of Letters from Rifka This book is a delightful hopeful story in which the students read enjoy and learn about the life and struggles of a young girl as she emigrates from Russia to America in 1919 As students become fully engrossed in the novel active experiences help them become better readers writers and discussants Shiloh One 60 minute staff development program Four 30 minute student programs Grades 4 6 This module is sequenced around the reading of the novel Shiloh On this staff development program the general philosophy of the series is shared The program helps prepare teachers of the student programs in the module by sharing ideas for room arrangement classroom management pre program preparation and pacing of instruction Shiloh written by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor was the winner of the 1992 Newbery Medal for the best in Children s Literature The book involves the reader

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    comparisons of quantitative information Topics include Powers Exponents Factors Multiples Generalizations Rational Numbers Proportional Reasoning Problem Solving Involving Proportions Related Assessment Tools Grades 6 8 Number Concepts for Middle School Staff Development Teaching Algebraic Concepts K 8 Two 60 minute staff development programs The two staff development programs help teachers understand what algebraic thinking is and the importance of teaching algebraic concepts throughout the grades Emphasis is placed on how these concepts relate to learning basic skills Strategies for helping students develop algebraic thinking are modeled Program design teacher guides and online opportunities for students teachers and parents are explored Teachers discover that they can teach algebra to their students Student Programs Turn On To Algebra Grades 5 6 Eight 30 minute student programs Turn On to Algebra helps students understand that algebra is a problem solving tool Students investigate patterns and identify relationships between numbers They interpret and process word problems and develop the understanding that formulas are equations and represent relationships Topics include Problem Solving and Patterns Finding Functions Graphing Functions Making Sense of Word Problems Symbols of Algebra What s an Integer Working with Equations Thinking Algebraically Related Assessment Tools Grades 5 6 Turn On to Algebra Student Programs Algebraic Concepts for Middle School Grades 6 8 Six 30 minute student programs Algebraic Concepts for Middle School is designed to help students make the transition from arithmetic to algebra Students are involved in rich experiences that introduce them to equations variables integers and other algebraic concepts Students begin to see the relevance of algebra in their world The topics include Patterns and Functions Expressions and Algebraic Symbols Introduction to Integers Working with Variables Operations with Integers and Equations Related Assessment Tools Grades 6 8 Algebraic Concepts for Middle School Staff Development Teaching Geometry Concepts K 8 Two

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    Student programs present students with opportunities to explore the big ideas and related concepts of focuses and motion In each program students engage in hands on minds on activities to build their understanding of force and motion concepts The topics include Getting to Know Newton Measuring Force Newton II Making Things Move Toys Forces and Motion More About Newton Action Reaction Getting the Advantage Simple Machines More About Machines and Concept Using Assessment Earth Processes One 60 minute staff development program Eight 30 minute student programs for grades 4 6 The staff development program introduces the Earth Processes module in preparation for the student programs The teaching strategies emphasized are discussed and several of the hands on activities are reviewed In the student programs students investigate the processes that build and erode land forms and materials emphasizing cycles and interactions They explore sedimentation geology landforms weathering and erosion rock and soil cycles mapping and the ways these earth processes influence each other The topics include Maps Models Time Position Mountain Building Rocks Soils Weathering Erosion Sedimentation What If Explorations and Concept Using Assessment Ecosystems One 60 minute staff development program Eight 30 minute student programs for grades 4 6 The staff development program provides the basis of the content teaching methods and procedures used in the student telecasts Key concepts strategies and outcomes for the Ecosystems module are reviewed Teachers become familiar with the materials and organisms essential to the activities Tip for setting up and maintaining the classroom aquarium environments are presented This program series provides students with the opportunity to investigate ecosystems with an emphasis on human impact on the environment Students investigate systems and interactions as they explore predator prey relationships energy transfer in ecosystems energy resources habitat and pollution Fast Plants One 60 minute staff development

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