05-13-21 Insight Humanities 101 Institute
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Insight Humanities™ 101 Institute
As a result of the pandemic, many students across the United States experienced significant learning loss. More than ever, educators must double-down on proven methods to engage young learners and accelerate growth. Lavinia Group’s Insight Humanities™ curriculum is our solution for closing the knowledge gap and dramatically improving literacy achievement in your school.
Grounded in the latest research, our anti-racist curriculum teaches reading, writing, and history through highly-engaging content in grades K-5. During this institute, participants will be introduced to the signature elements of Lavinia Group’s Insight Humanities™ program and leave ready to implement the curriculum in their classrooms.
Participants will come away with:
- A deep understanding of the purpose of content-driven literacy instruction and the vision, goals, and structures for Insight Humanities™
- The structure and purpose of each Insight Humanities™ core component— content-focused Read Alouds, Reading, Writing, and Project lessons
- A framework for planning project-based learning in a way that values student choice and inspires students’ best work
- Robust practice and feedback planning and teaching Insight Humanities™ lessons with a focus on facilitating whole-class discussions
WHEN: May 13, 2021
TIMING: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST
WHERE: Zoom Video Conference (This session will take place virtually.)
WHO SHOULD COME: Teachers and leaders in Grades K-5. Participants will be broken out by grade-band to ensure content is practical and highly relevant.
PRICING: $750 per participant
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