GaDOE Professional Learning Events
School-based Enterprises (SBE) are an exciting and dynamic method to teach students the basics of marketing, management, and entrepreneurship. Educators from a wide range of disciplines can utilize SBEs to add to a “real-world” experience to their curriculum. A successful SBE is also a great addition for any school and a resource for students, faculty & staff, and even the entire community. This workshop is designed to benefit educators that would like to start a SBE or that already operate a SBE.
This fun and engaging session will provide teachers with an opportunity to engage with important concepts to deepen their understanding of how they can support students in their quest to implement Georgia’s K-12 Mathematics Standards and foster a culture of critical thinking and reasoning in all of their mathematics classrooms.
This engaging eWorkshop explores the importance of equitable engagement in mathematical conversations for multilingual learners and helps teachers-built capacity in teaching & learning multilingual learners.
The Georgia Mathematics Advisory Council meets regularly to provide input and advice regarding mathematics education in Georgia. These content experts, leaders, and community stakeholders serve as the voice for those in similar roles across the state. Decisions made at council meetings help inform the future of mathematics education in Georgia.
This workshop series will be a virtual professional learning community for educators that teach the Marketing Communications and Promotions Pathway from around the state of Georgia. It will consist of 3 virtual meetings spaced throughout the school year. An experienced teacher in the Marketing Communications and Promotions Pathway will lead the 3 collaborative sessions. The lead teacher will share resources (pacing guides, lesson plans, projects, assessments, etc) and guide participants in developing new lessons for the new Marketing Communications and Promotions standards.