In 1967, innovative Minnesota school districts came together
and created TIES using a federal grant to develop a real-time integrated
software system that would meet the unique needs of schools and provide
information for improved decision-making. The cooperative also places a high
value on the development of new teaching-and-learning practices that use power
of the computer. These goals remain a priority for this national leader in
Graphic organizers are used to visually display information and patterns/relationships in that information. Teachers and students can use them before, during and after instruction as well as for assessments. Resources for locating various types of graphic organizers as well as examples of K-12 implementation across the curriculum will be shared in this webinar. Leave with ideas to development for your classroom.
The mission of TIES, the premier cooperative of
educational leaders, is to maximize student learning by: Promoting
a collaborative relationship among member districts.Providing
critical, high-quality technology products and services in instruction and
research, analysis and development. Driving
innovation in learning.
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