You may ask, “What do the teachers do on a Friday when all the students have it off?” Well, Nebo teachers participate in training and professional development to strive to do what is best for Nebo students.
One example today is that elementary teachers spent the day solidifying their knowledge about the speech sounds of English. They learned at a deeper level how phonological skills develop in reading and spelling. They learned how to recognize allophonic variations in speech and how it affects students' spelling.
Alicia Rudd, elementary coordinator, said, “We are so proud of our teachers! They have spent the last few months reading, watching videos, taking quizzes and assessments to prepare for this day. Please consider thanking a teacher today. They deserve it!”
Some of Nebo’s secondary teachers involved in Peer Coaching met at the Summit Center for the second part of the coaching training. Other teachers gathered to work on their middle level math endorsement.
Wendy LeFevre, secondary curriculum coordinator, said, “We are very grateful to our Nebo educators. They are dedicated professionals who continually seek ways to learn and grow.”
What a productive day for our Nebo educators engaged in their own learning. Thank you to all our teachers and staff. We sure appreciate all you do!
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