Enhancing Student Achievement with Anchor Charts Presented by Ms. April Smith

O.P. Lowe Education Building Room 180A

Anchor charts build a culture of literacy in the classroom, as teachers and students make thinking visible by recording content, strategies, processes, cues, and guidelines during the learning process. Posting anchor charts keeps relevant and current learning accessible to students to remind them of prior learning and to enable them to make connections as new learning happens. Students refer to the charts and use them as tools as they answer questions, expand ideas, or contribute to discussions and problem-solving in class

This workshop will highlight the benefits of having anchor charts in your classroom.  Participants will be actively engaged while expressing their creativity.  They will also make and take anchor charts with them so that they can be readily used in the classroom.

Use the following link to register for this event: https://forms.office.com/Pages/ResponsePage.aspx?id=PsW7TaJSC0uuJY2jooDS6P1jiadUf15OibElEMAquEdUMTBZUzdNRUdYVDFKNVhZUzQ5R09ZQUVGNC4u

For more information call 662-254-3650/662-254-3706

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