U.S. History Cohort

  • Join R3 for an in-depth study of time periods and TEKS, lesson planning, and intervention strategies for the 8th grade and U.S. History Classrooms. Through data, ePLCs, and subject area connections, teachers will expand their content knowledge, participate in in-depth lesson planning, develop structured and engaging lessons and activities, and student/subject connection to increase STAAR scores.

    • 4 Face-to-Face Professional Learning Opportunities
    • 5 Zoom Meetings
    • 1 Campus Instructional Coaching Visit
    • Unlimited telephone and email technical assistance
    • Campus administration may attend at no cost
  • September

    • Cohort Kick-off
    • ePLC #1 (Gilded Age and Reforming America - Progressive Era)
    • Zoom Meeting during Conference Period  - Planning the Gilded Age and Reforming America - Progressive Era Unit
    • ePLC #2 (Emerging as a Power) - Planning the Emerging as a Power Unit

    October

    • ePLC #3 (Roaring 20’s)
    • Zoom Meeting during Conference Period - Planning the Roaring 20’s Unit
    • ePLC #4 (Great Depression)
    • Zoom Meeting during Conference Period - Planning the Great Depression Unit

    November

    • ePLC #5 (World War II)
    • Zoom during Conference Period - Planning World War II Unit

    December

    • ePLC #6 (Cold War)
    • Zoom Meeting during Conference Period - Planning the Cold War Unit

    January

    • ePLC #7 (Civil Rights Movement)
    • Zoom during Conference Period - Planning the Civil Rights Movement Unit
    • Campus Visit - One on One Coaching - Planning the Civil Rights Unit, EOC Review Timeline planning
    • ePLC #8 (National Directions/History)
    • Zoom Meeting Planning New National Directions/History

    Anytime during the school year

    • 1 - Campus Instructional Coaching Visit
    • 1 - Virtual Coaching Observation and Feedback
  • For information, contact: 

    Anne McCain
    CTE/Social Studies/Counseling Specialist
    361-573-0731 Ext. 219