Teaming up to Teach: Super3 and Big6 Tackle Common Core
Presented by Annette C. H. Nelson, National Board Certified Library Media Specialist, who works as a media specialist for the Howard County Public Schools in Maryland

Are you a fan of the Big6 and Super3 and looking for interesting ways to incorporate these problem-solving strategies into your teaching? In our community’s next webinar, National Board Certified Library Media Specialist Annette C. H. Nelson will discuss ways you can use team teaching with the Big6 and Super3 in your classroom or library media center. Perhaps you’re a Media Specialist wanting to collaborate with classroom teachers but you need a project idea that works. Or maybe you are a classroom teacher, looking for ways to tackle meaningful research projects. If you are overwhelmed with the Common Core, Annette has got you covered.  She will help you put all the pieces together and show you how to use the Big6 and Super3 to design and implement research projects. Annette also will share ideas on how to tackle the hardest step--introducing the problem. You’ll leave the session with downloadable materials to help you teach several sample lessons which can be applied across multiple grades and subjects.  Join Annette on April 8th to learn how to use the Super3 and Big6 to tackle the Common Core.

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