NASHVILLE, Tenn. (TSU News Service) – The College of Education at Tennessee State University will host the Common Core Spring Training for Higher Education faculty Friday, March 7 at the Avon Williams campus.
The training takes place from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the AWC auditorium, rooms 306, 307, 308 and 309.
Sponsored by the Ayers Institute for Teacher Learning and Innovation, the training will provide two levels of Common Core Training in one day. This is the fifth training session taking place this year at partnering universities across the state. Other institutions taking part in the training have included Lipscomb, East Tennessee State and Union Universities; and Cleveland State Community College.
Partnering again with the National Math and Science Initiative, this year’s training will dig deeper into Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers (PARCC) and writing, as well as cover Common Core in all content areas. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss newly released resources and updated implementation timelines.
The upcoming training sessions will be delivered in two tiers in the morning session. First-year participants will work through the Common Core standards in Math and ELA and explore Literacy in all content areas. Last year’s participants will have the opportunity to delve deeper into Common Core with Math and ELA Performance-Level Descriptors and implementation in content areas. The joint afternoon session will focus on the most recent updates on PARCC, with topics such as technology, writing and accommodations.
For more information, contact Jennifer Sparks in the College of Education at 615.963.5109 or email@example.com.
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