District 200 teachers receive professional development

August 1, 2014

in Student

PDDay.0730.ELLZandra de Araujo, assistant professor in the Department of Learning, Teaching and Curriculum at the University of Missouri, discusses supports for English Language Learners in mathematics classes during Wednesday’s professional development sessions at Smith-Cotton High School.

Smith-Cotton High School business teacher Becky Brownfield leads a session on the Mastery Connect data management software during Wednesday’s faculty professional development sessions at the high school. As Sedalia School District 200 prepares to return to class on Aug. 21, educators are gathering for department and curriculum meetings and getting their classrooms in order.

Pam Moon, the district’s student information system director, explains to new teachers how to use the electronic gradebook and how to log attendance. Photos courtesy Sedalia School District 200.

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