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  • Teachers' Cafe Blog

    The Teachers' Cafe is the newest addition to the digital resources that educators from Project RISE campuses have. Visit our blog to connect, collaborate, and share ideas that support educators and student success with others across the region. 

     

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  • Mentoring Best Practices

    Posted by Elizabet Palacios on 2/20/2018 2:00:00 PM

    If you've ever found yourself asking why mentoring matters or wondering what the best practices for effective mentoring are, these are the top 5 research-based Best Practices. Click on the image below to directo you to the original article.

    Mentor Best Practices

    Visit the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development Website for the full article.

     

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  • Project RISE Sweepstakes

    Posted by Elizabet Palacios on 2/20/2018

    Enter the 1st Project RISE Sweepstakes!

    Use the images below to navigate between contest rules, newsletters, and the Project RISE Blog.

    Contest Rules

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  • Sheltered Instruction - It Matters!

    Posted by Elizabet Palacios on 1/16/2018

    Region One ESC (Edinburg, TX)

    Our Project RISE Master and Mentor teachers participated in Sheltered Instruction Professional Development with Region One ESC Bilingual Director, Karina Chapa this week. Our teacher leaders engaged in conversations and activities that support English Learner development. Every participant explored Sheltered Instruction techniques while creating foldables which included actionable steps to support content and language development on their campuses. Follow Project RISE on Twitter @ESC1ProjectRISE for updates on how our teacher leaders are supporting learning on their campuses, and follow the Region One ESC Bilingual department on Twitter @ESC1bilingual.

    Project RISE Sheltered Instruction, Twitter Link

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  • Project RISE - Shout Outs!

    Posted by Elizabet Palacios on 1/11/2018

    Faulk Middle School (Brownsville ISD)

    Project RISE gives a Shout Out to Faulk Middle School for promoting our program on their campus website. Way to go Faulk Middle School!!! Click on the images below to retrieve the Project RISE January newsletter or to visit the Faulk Middle School website.

     Click on image to retrieve January 2018 newsletter Faulk Middle School

     

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Project RISE Discussion Board

  • Teachers Cafe Introductions

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    Take a second to check in and let us know you visited. Tell us about yourself, the campus you are currently on and the subject(s) you teach. 

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  • New Year Resolutions for Student Success...

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    As 2018 is now underway, what are some New Year resolutions we have adopted to improve student success in our classrooms and campuses?

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  • Mentoring that Works!

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    As an educator who has been mentored, or who is a mentor, what are some of your positive experiences as a result of having or being mentored? 

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