This module provides an overview of how cultural and linguistic diversity influence student learning and highlights the stages of development for English Language Learners.
The Common Core Georgia Performance Standards (CCGPS) provide a consistent framework to prepare students for success in college and/or the 21st century workplace. These standards represent a common sense next step from the Georgia Performance Standards (GPS).
View these professional learning sessions produced by the Georgia Department of Education in partnership with Georgia Public Broadcasting on the Common Core (GPS). Click on the links below to watch them.
Gov. Nathan Deal held a moment of silence Friday, September 9 at 11 a.m. to honor the victims of the September 11 attacks. The attacks took place 10 years ago this Sunday.
Facilitator guides support the delivery of instruction by highlighting key concepts from the resource materials. In addition, they provide facilitators with suggested discussion questions and sample responses that may potentially be shared by training participants. The guide provides a suggested template for the order of module activities, however facilitators are encouraged to use their professional judgment based on the dynamics of their participant group.
The Net-Q mentor training modules are web-based instructional resources that provide professional development for teachers who desire to become new teacher mentors. These digital modules are available nationally and contain excellent resources for facilitated learning for mentors spanning a variety of relevant topics. District leaders, teacher preparation programs, and K-12 school staff can use the digital modules as they facilitate training programs.
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Adult Learners can be the first time college students, people returning to college or continuing their education. We offer resources to support adult learners at these multiple stages. Resources for adult learners:
High School learners build upon their elementary and middle school education, delve into complicated subjects and topics and are preparing for college and their future careers. Some of the resources here address career options, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) areas and learning new languages.
Resources for HIgh School Learners:
Middle School Learners are typically between the ages of 10-14. At this stage of development, they are beginning to grasp abstract concepts. Their different learning styles become more prominent as well as their need to be more social. Here are resources to engage Middle School Learners.