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Teacher Skills Forum 2019
Saturday, March 9 • 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Student-Centered Cooperative Learning Strategies

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Because “agile minds can turn tides,” we would like to show that a math class and an English class can have similar teaching methodologies!! An English language teacher and a Math teacher from King’s Academy will present a variety of common classroom activities designed to work in both the language classroom and the math classroom. Audience members will walk away with a list of hands-on activities, which target a variety of skill levels and learning styles within their classrooms. During the presentation, audience members will have the opportunity to experience the activities in a classroom-simulated environment. Activities will include jigsaw and POGIL among others.

By the end of this workshop participants will be able to:
Walk away with a list of hands-on activities, which target a variety of skill levels and learning styles within their classrooms both in the English language classroom and in the Math classroom.

Speakers
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Rola Jaber

Faculty Member (CRLA English), King’s Academy
Rola Jaber joined King’s Academy's CRLA in 2007 as a teacher of English literature and of English Language and Composition (ELC). Her Master's degree is in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) from California State University East Bay (CSUEB). Prior to joining... Read More →
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Mayyada Tawasha

Faculty Member (Mathematics), King’s Academy
Mayyada Tawasha completed a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Birzeit University. She then moved to the United States where she received a Master’s degree in teaching from the University of Maryland University College. Before joining King’s Academy in 2017 as a faculty... Read More →


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