School and classroom management strategies are explored

School and classroom management strategies are explored
October 26
10:00 2017

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools’ Title I Department and the Beta Lambda Chapter of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa Inc. sponsored “School Management Strategies and Techniques” with Mrs. Chelonnda Seroyer on Saturday, Sept. 30.  Mrs. Seroyer is a teacher and a Harry Wong Consultant.  Harry Wong is the author of “The First Days of Schools,” a book used by many teachers to establish classroom design and procedures.

“By all accounts, the speaker was dynamic and offered effective strategies and techniques for teachers who work in Title I schools to use in their classrooms. Many teachers commented they would like for principals to bring Mrs. Seroyer to share strategies with their entire staff,” a press release said.  “Novice as well as veteran teachers on all levels could benefit from the professional development strategies shared during the training.”

The professional development session was aligned with WS/FCS Core Values of Accountability, High Expectations, and being Student Centered. The desired impact of the session was to increase structure in classrooms, increase time on task, and increase student growth and achievement.  These researched-based strategies and techniques, if implemented with fidelity, can yield positive outcomes by the end of the school year.

Door prizes and brunch were provided by the members of the Beta Lambda Chapter of the National Sorority of Phi Delta Kappa Inc.

The WS/FCS Title I Department is sponsoring several professional development opportunities for educators teaching in Title I schools this school year. Below is a schedule of Title I professional development offerings. For questions please contact the WS/FCS Title I Department at 336-748-4000.

District Title I Parent Meeting to present the District Parent Policy to Parents, Nov. 2.
Motivational and Instructional Strategies for Teachers, Michael Bonner, Nov. 4.
How to Teach Parents How to Teach Math, Tiffani Richardson, Nov. 15.

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