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Eastside hosts Teacher Education workshop

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On Friday, over a dozen teachers from throughout the state came to Eastside Elementary to take part in a Teacher Education training workshop led by Chambers County Career Technical Center Teacher Education Instructor Masie Hales Diamond. The Chambers County School System established the Teacher Education course in 2008 and the teachers in attendance came to learn from Diamond, along with her current and former students and members of the Teacher Education Advisory Committee, on how to implement the course. Among the many items the workshop covered were information on how to interpret the course material, using resources beyond the textbook, understanding course technology and preparing students to go into the classroom. Students in grades 10-12 can take the Teacher Education course to help prepare them for a career in education. Diamond said the course in Chambers County is basically college-level, and the Career Technical Center is currently working with Point University, along with other local secondary institutions, to allow for college credit to be given to those that enroll in the course. Diamond and the school system will host a second workshop on March 13 for teachers that were unable to attend the first one last week. Above, Diamond and Laurie Yates, from Circle of Care, give insight into Chambers County’s program to teachers from across Alabama.
On Friday, over a dozen teachers from throughout the state came to Eastside Elementary to take part in a Teacher Education training workshop led by Chambers County Career Technical Center Teacher Education Instructor Masie Hales Diamond. The Chambers County School System established the Teacher Education course in 2008 and the teachers in attendance came to learn from Diamond, along with her current and former students and members of the Teacher Education Advisory Committee, on how to implement the course. Among the many items the workshop covered were information on how to interpret the course material, using resources beyond the textbook, understanding course technology and preparing students to go into the classroom. Students in grades 10-12 can take the Teacher Education course to help prepare them for a career in education. Diamond said the course in Chambers County is basically college-level, and the Career Technical Center is currently working with Point University, along with other local secondary institutions, to allow for college credit to be given to those that enroll in the course. Diamond and the school system will host a second workshop on March 13 for teachers that were unable to attend the first one last week. Above, Diamond and Laurie Yates, from Circle of Care, give insight into Chambers County’s program to teachers from across Alabama.

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