Gilda’s Club is excited to announce its 18th Annual Noogiefest event to be held on Saturday, October 29th from 4 - 6 p.m. at Gilda’s Club (1234 East River Drive, Davenport).
Join us for a hauntingly good time with themed rooms, games, door prizes, goodies and more!
The QC STEAM Festival is a half-day conference held at the WIU Riverfront Campus in Moline for youth in grades 3 thru 8. This year’s event will be on Saturday, November 5, 2016. Enjoy multiple breakout sessions each hour in our interactive style conference with hands-on experiences that ignite your interests.
East Moline School District is pleased to offer it’s first of a series of parent and community events geared toward parents of children with disabilities in our district. Click to read more and download a flyer
Helping all students learn at high levels is at the heart of what we do in East Moline School District. This is the basis for our Mission Statement and Strategic Priorities. In the last newsletter, we shared the work teachers are doing to monitor for student learning. This quarter, we’d like to highlight yet another way we are working to meet the needs of all students: the instructional practice of collaborative teaching, also known as Co-Teaching.
The goal of the planned Google+ Hangouts is to bring greater awareness of the good work the Bright Spots in Hispanic Education are doing so that others can learn from their experiences and help reduce the achievement gap for all students. This November 18th live broadcast focused on improving college access.
Monitoring can happen in other areas: compliance and engagement. Compliance means that students are doing what we asked of them. A student may follow all of a teacher’s directions and may look like they’re learning, but there is no proof. It’s hard to see into the head of a child. Monitoring can also happen in the area of engagement.