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The UCBHSSP seeks to bridge the academy and K-12 communities to
help teachers strengthen their instructional practice and provide equitable educational opportunities to all students, through a model of learning, practicing, and doing.

 

Project News...

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We are excited to announce that Access for All Learners is available for order, detailing the UCBHSSP's approach to build academic literacy skills in students.

Meet UCBHSSP's new director.Click here to read a brief biography about Dr. Rachel B. Reinhard.

Congratulations to Jennifer Brouhard, for her feature on the Teaching Channel as she demonstrates the "Keep It or Junk It" reading strategy with her 5th grade students. Click here to watch the video.

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UCBHSSP staff and teachers present at the
2013 Academic Literacy Summit

The UC Berkeley History-Social Science Project’s customized professional development programs respond to the needs of school sites in order to strengthen teacher capacity and increase student discipline-specific literacy and thinking as well as content knowledge. Through institutes, workshops and seminars, and site-based coaching, UCBHSSP facilitators work with teachers to grow their practice.

 

The UCBHSSP professional development approach includes models and trainings for differentiating instruction to access history, with a specific focus on supporting English learners and low level literacy students.Our approach is designed through collaboration among university faculty, teacher practitioners, and literacy specialists.

The UCBHSSP offers professional development for school and districts, as well as programs that are open to all teachers. Learn more about UCBHSSP programming.

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email: ucbhssp@berkeley.edu
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