Students can do no better than the assignments we give them. But what makes a rich, high-quality assignment? And what tools can teachers, instructional coaches, school leaders, and curriculum directors use to ensure that’s what students are receiving?
Join us in New Orleans July 18-20th for our second Equity in Motion convening and take on these critical questions. This convening will feature more learning from assignments in English language arts, social studies, science, and a new focus on mathematics!
Over two days in the historic French Quarter, and alongside practitioners from across the country:
- Dig deep into Ed Trust’s process of assignment analysis, with real examples, guidance, and peer collaboration;
- Examine and reflect on your own assignments through guided- and peer-conversation using our assignment analysis guides. The literacy guide was a hit at our last convening and the math guide will be released at the convening in July.
- Take home ready-to-use tools to adapt this process and advance learning in your own building or district, so that all students are getting the kinds of rich, high-quality, engaging assignments that are so central to the spirit of college- and career-ready standards — and so critical to student learning.
And … of course, take some time to wander the fabled streets and experience the Creole cooking and live music for which the city is famous!
Bring a team from your school or district or come on your own. Programming is particularly tailored for grade 2-12 teachers, school leaders, and district or state staff focused on learning and instruction in ELA, science, social studies, and mathematics.
Register by May 27th to take advantage of Early Bird savings!
Early Bird Registration Rate (through Saturday, May 27th): $299.00
Regular Registration (until Friday, June 30th): $355.00