• Dossier Workshop
    February 8, 2020
    9:00 am - 4:00 pm

SOLD OUT

If you wish to be on the waiting list, send your name, school, district, phone number, and email address to David Bowman: director@nmrec1.org

What goes in the dossier?
How do you present your artifacts?
What are the requirements?
How do you pass the dossier review?
How do you communicate your ideas?
How do you demonstrate your
professionalism?

This 1-day workshop for K-12 teachers will give you the information, guidance, and strategies you need to submit your dossier…and pass the review!

This workshop is FREE!

Participation limited to teachers from Aztec, Bloomfield, Central, Farmington, Gallup McKinley, and Zuni.

Two-part Workshop

(Both parts are required for participants.)

Part 1: developing and submitting the dossier
(how to submit a passing dossier)

  • requirements
  • guidelines
  • process
  • contents
  • structure
  • sample great dossiers
  • strategies and advice for a great dossier

(provided by state-funded dossier trainers)

Part 2: communicating your ideas in writing
(top professional writing strategies)

  • writing clearly and logically
  • presenting your ideas
  • describing your artifacts and credentials
  • persuading the reviewer

(provided by REC 1)

Why writing? Reviewers are more likely to pass a dossier that communicates clearly, correctly, and comprehensively. Writing is how you present your information and convince the reviewer that you know your business: teaching.

Download the Workshop Flyer

Workshop Logistics

date: February 8, 2002
time: 9:00–4:00
lunch: 12:00–1:00, on your own
place: Farmington Municipal Schools Board Room
(3401 E 30th St.)
registration timeline: Jan 2–Feb 5, 2020
cost: FREE