Region 5 Regional Peer Review Information

Spring 2007


What day does my school attend the first Regional Peer Review session?

June 12*
June 14**
June 18**
June 19**
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
       
*June ____ session will be from 12:00 - 6:00 at TBD - Click for Directions
** June ____ sessions will be from 12:00 - 6:00 at TBD - Click for directions

What will take place on the first Regional Peer Review day?

Teachers will meet in small groups to share the LEO documents they created at their schools. The main focus will be on reviewing and receiving feedback on the student work in the LEO and the process the teacher undertook in implementing the project. The following documents from the New York State Academy for Teaching and Learning will be used to guide the day:

What do schools need to bring to the first Regional Peer Review day?

  • 12 printed copies of the Learning Experience Outline - this will be given out to the other participating schools
  • 2 copies of a CD that contains the Learning Experience Outline, student work samples, and additional items such as movies, websites, etc. - one CD will be for Jacob and the other copy will be for Alvarez
  • A laptop to showcase any student work done on the computer
  • Tri-fold boards, posters, displays, etc. (optional)

What will take place on the second Regional Peer Review day (June 21st)?

All 34 participating schools will have an opportunity to share their work with the other schools. The focus will be less on the Learning Experience Outline and more on the actual student work and teacher reflection. The day is meant to highlight "best practices" in instructional technology and to celebrate all that has been accomplished through this grant.
(LOCATION: Region 5 Office. Time: 12:00 - 6:00.)

What do schools need to bring to the second Regional Peer Review day?

  • 2 copies of a CD that contains the Learning Experience Outline, student work samples, and additional items such as movies, websites, etc. - only necessary if updates need to be made
  • A laptop to showcase any student work done on the computer (if you have a Mac you should bring the projector adapter it comes with since there isn't a universal adapter that fits all Macs)
  • Tri-fold boards, posters, displays, etc. (optional)

Last updated: April 13, 2007

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