Summer Institutes and Conferences

  • As part of the NET-Q grant, GSU will host an annual 2-day Summer Partnership Institute for all faculties, graduate students, practicing teachers and leaders, and prospective teachers involved in the partnership.
  • This institute will be conducted using a professional conference format and provide opportunities for sharing research findings, mini-grant fellowships and awards, and action research reporting.
  • There will be research and pedagogy strands for professional development for faculty and practicing teachers in the focus areas: Special Education, ELL, technology, and literacy.
  • Practicing teachers will be invited to share innovative strategies and work with faculty members to review grant-related data. All partners, including district and University partners, will be invited to attend.
  • The 2-day institute will provide at least 10 contact hours of professional development for practicing teachers, thus providing the opportunity for them to earn Professional Learning Units (PLUs) through their district administrators toward recertification.

NEWS: NET-Q institute highlights grant work, offers new ideas for teachers

 

 

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Summer_Institute_Flyer_2011.pdf343.77 KB
NETQ Summer Institute Agenda Final 2012.pdf276.95 KB
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Summer Institute Agenda 2010.pdf264.4 KB