TUESDAY, JULY 12, 2022

9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.

Social Studies Junior

Face-to-Face Workshop

TOPIC:  “Reenactment of our Historical Journey”

  AMMC (Collins House) & Fort Fincastle  

Target Audience: Junior High Social Studies Teachers

DESCRIPTION:  The Social Science Junior High Unit in collaboration with the Programme Coordinator of Clifton Heritage Park Mrs. Carla Rutherford, along with Mr. Kevin Glinton (BREEF) will host a one day workshop which focuses on field trip reenactments, exploration and observations of underwater marine life for teachers centered on “Reimaging Social Studies Instruction.” The purpose of this workshop is to introduce teachers to the various field trips and tour experience that they can participate in and exposed their students to creative but practical ways of learning about The Bahamas’ history and the importance of integrating other disciplines such as Geography and Environmental Science into their classrooms.

Day 1: Session 1

“Reenactment of our Historical Journey”

 AMMC (Collins House) & Fort Fincastle          

Director Dr. Christopher Curry & Team

 9:00 a.m.  – 9:30 a.m.

Arrive at AMMC Headquarters (Collins House) and introductory remarks

 

9:45 a.m. – 10:15 a.m.

Historical Interpretation, Living History Concept and Tour Guiding  Mrs. Nameiko Miller 

 

10:15- 11:30 a.m.

Group Activity designing a tour/creating an imaginary scenario.  Mrs. Nameiko Miller 

 

11:30 am- 11:40 a.m.

Historical Walk to Fort Fincastle area.

Dr. Christopher Curry

 

11:40 a.m.- 12:00 p.m.

Boot camp experience, reenactment and flag raising

Mr. Kevin Bethel

 

12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Canon fire simulation and tour of fort

 

12:30 p.m. - 1:00 p. m

Return to Headquarters (Collins House) for lunch and wrap-up.  Dr. Christopher Curry

Social Sciences Senior

TOPIC: Multidisciplinary Integration In The Social Sciences

Target Audience: Senior High Social Sciences Teachers

Presenter(s)

Constance Delancy

Lashanti Jupp

Lavioe McKenzie

Kenneka Duncombe

DESCRIPTION:  

There are various types of integration used and these include multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary approach, intradisciplinary integration and transdisciplinary integration.  Multidisciplinary approach reviews standards from various objectives that are organized a specific theme.  Integration connects subject matters such as science, social science, mathematics and language arts.  According to Wall & Leckie (2017) it involves experiences, social interaction, knowledge and curriculum design. McNulty et al. (2005) suggested that teachers have to review curricular guides to identify which skills are to be mastered by students and how to present the information within a topic. One way to allow this transition is to determine curriculum integration in subject matters.

 

The workshop will encompass these four approaches where real experiences will be highlighted and social interaction takes place with the visit at the courts.  Added to this, an Economics Teacher will share on topics that are taught in History, Geography and Civics. Teachers will also visit the Courts on Nassau Street to observe real life experiences. This observation will enhance project based learning in the curriculum guides.  As part of curriculum design, thematic approaches will be discussed along with technology integration.

Day 1: VIRTUAL TEAMS

History/Civics Focus

Registration 9:00 A.M-9:30 A.M.

 

9:30-10:00A.M. Inspirational Message: Rev. Anthony Sampson, Pastor Zion Baptist South Beach

 

10:10:45A.M. Session 1:

Introduction of New History Curriculum Topics…History Curriculum Team Leaders &  Perlene Baker

BREAK 10:45-11:00A.M.

11:00A.M.-12NOON Session II.       

The Work of The Courts: A Magistrate/Registrar of Courts (Constance Delancy)

 

1:15P.M.-2:00P.M Session III:         

Technology: Using E-Books In Civics Classrooms-School House Publishing

2:00-2:30 P.M. Wrap Up/ Q & A

SPECIAL SERVICES/SPECIAL EDUCATION

9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Special Education

THEME: Securing Our Future through Collaboration and Team-work.

10:00 – 10:50

Part 1- Introduction to Orton Gillingham Literacy/Reading Method

Eleuthera Educational Outreach (EEO)

CATHERINE D. SAYEN Haymarket, Virginia 20169

Target Audience: Teachers and Teacher's Aides

Presenter(s):   Catherin D. Sayen; Erika Piana; Carolina Medina, Samuel Nelson, Ceclia Parks, Daslyn Laing, Becky Flowers, Jensel Watkins, School Psych. , National Commission for Persons with Disabilities', Dr. Beulah Farquharson, Dr. Tracey Ross, Colin Hutchinson

DESCRIPTION:  Topics in the workshop will equip all participants with the ability to address the learning lost recovery by empowering them with knowledge that is relevant to the needs of todays students. Topics will address literacy /reading, Curriculum resources for special needs students, Laws governing Special Education what is expected and required, inclusion and the least Restrictive environment and how best to equip our students to make the transition from the classroom to independency with the main goal being to work as a team to produce the most conducive environment for learning through collaborating with each other and all relevant stakeholders.

Special Education

THEME: Securing Our Future through Collaboration and Team-work.

 

11:00 – 12:00

PART 2- Introduction to Orton Gillingham

 Eleuthera Educational Outreach (EEO)

CATHERINE D. SAYEN Haymarket, Virginia 20169

Target Audience: Teachers and Teacher's Aides

Presenter(s):   Catherin D. Sayen; Erika Piana; Carolina Medina, Samuel Nelson, Ceclia Parks, Daslyn Laing, Becky Flowers, Jensel Watkins, School Psych. , National Commission for Persons with Disabilities', Dr. Beulah Farquharson, Dr. Tracey Ross, Colin Hutchinson

DESCRIPTION:  Topics in the workshop will equip all participants with the ability to address the learning lost recovery by empowering them with knowledge that is relevant to the needs of todays students. Topics will address literacy /reading, Curriculum resources for special needs students, Laws governing Special Education what is expected and required, inclusion and the least Restrictive environment and how best to equip our students to make the transition from the classroom to independency with the main goal being to work as a team to produce the most conducive environment for learning through collaborating with each other and all relevant stakeholders.

Special Education

TOPIC: Securing Our Future through Collaboration and Team-work.
 

12:30 – 3:00 p.m.

Part 3- Introduction to Orton Gillingham

Eleuthera Educational Outreach (EEO)

Erika Piana, M.Ed. Language Literacy and Dyslexia Carolina Medina, M.Ed. Special Education / M.Ed. Elementary Education

Target Audience: Teachers and Teacher's Aides

Presenter(s):   Catherin D. Sayen; Erika Piana; Carolina Medina, Samuel Nelson, Ceclia Parks, Daslyn Laing, Becky Flowers, Jensel Watkins, School Psych. , National Commission for Persons with Disabilities', Dr. Beulah Farquharson, Dr. Tracey Ross, Colin Hutchinson

DESCRIPTION:  Topics in the workshop will equip all participants with the ability to address the learning lost recovery by empowering them with knowledge that is relevant to the needs of todays students. Topics will address literacy /reading, Curriculum resources for special needs students, Laws governing Special Education what is expected and required, inclusion and the least Restrictive environment and how best to equip our students to make the transition from the classroom to independency with the main goal being to work as a team to produce the most conducive environment for learning through collaborating with each other and all relevant stakeholders