Fairfax County Public Schools
August 18, 2010 by USA Post
Fairfax County Public Schools, Preparing for a new school year is not something only experienced by students and parents. Public Schools Fairfax County (FCPS) understands the importance of providing their teachers with the general rules necessary for successful to a great start.
For the second year, the Apple Federal Credit Union Education Foundation is making this head in preparation for the possible start of FCPS by the generous financial support for one-week introduction to the System Institute, Great Beginnings: The generation next. The program of the Great Principles is a broad segment intended to provide teachers with FCPS important new information about his early days and weeks of instruction and introduce colleagues for future support.
Sessions will include: how to support student learning, to create positive classroom management, building relationships with students, parents and colleagues; implement best practices for teaching and learning, professional work approach, and even how managing personal finances.
“It’s no secret that good teachers are essential for effective learning,” says Mike Engley, CEO of Apple FCU Education Foundation. “Everyone has a story of an educator whose dedication to learning had a profound impact on your life. Great Principle is a natural extension for Apple FCU and the Foundation, allowing us to offer the next generation of teachers aim to encourage Similarly students. We are honored and feel beyond privileged to participate in this program. ”
Initially participants will meet at Hayfield Secondary School (7630 Telegraph Road) August 23 to 25 to meet and greet with Deputy Superintendent Richard Moniuszko FCPS, Assistant Superintendent of Human Resources Kevin North, Apple FCU Education Foundation Executive Director and Rick Engley Smith, author of “Conscious Classroom Management.” Break out sessions will be provided by the Apple Education Foundation, with additional resources and information from FCPS. During the last two days of the program (August 26-27), teachers report to their schools to meet their personal coaches and begin on-site guidance.
For more information about the beginnings of the Great FCPS:, The new generation program contact the FCPS Department of Communications and Community Relations at 571-423-1200. For more information on Apple Federal Credit Union Education Foundation, visit AFCUFoundation.org. For more information about Apple FCU and its products and services, call 703-788-4800 or visit AppleFCU.org.
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