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          Bullet Check In Check Out with Fidelity
Many schools have offered this tier 2 behavioral support to some students in previous years. However, due to staff changes, human drift, and job increases, this workshop will assure school staff members will apply the Behavior Education Program (BEP) with fidelity. In addition to reviewing the model, the audience will have access to reviewing and/or developing resources so intervention delivery will be ready for students!
          Bullet Conscious Discipline Parenting Education Training
This is a 3-day training. Participants must attend all three days to be eligible for 15 SCECHs. Training on the Conscious Discipline Parenting Education curriculum to improve outcomes for families in your care from birth to 7 years old. This customizable and versatile Curriculum features 16+ hours of training content and addresses three key contact points with families: Parent Nights, Home Visits and targeted Mini-Sessions. Preschools and centers may combine contact points to build a parent education program that meets the individual needs of staff and the families they serve. The Curriculum includes reproducible templates for make-n- takes, handouts and mini-posters designed to enrich sessions and extend learning. It is accompanied by core Conscious Discipline products utilized within the curriculum. Together, these resources empower you to help parents and caregivers experience the power of authentic connection while learning the transformational skills of Conscious Discipline.
          Bullet County Leadership Council (CLC)
Registration reserved for County Leadership Council Committee Members only!
          Bullet CPI Initial Training
Participants will have an opportunity to review and improve skills to support students with beahvioral needs. The content emphasizes prevention and self awarenesss to better meet the student needs. Later in the day, more restrictive techniques will be modeled and practiced. The format of the day will include engagement, active participation, and role play.
          Bullet CPI: Refresher
Opportunity to review deescalation skills and self awareness knowledge to assure better adult behavior when some students are in need. Later, more critical skills will be demonstrated and practiced including safety techniques and physical restraint. Finally, the COPING model will be reviewed as a postvention option.
          Bullet CPI:Recertificaton
The recertifcation process is required annually for members. This three hour review will emphasize the big ideas of behavioral prevention stratgies as well as restrictive nonviolent physical intervention techniques. This experience needs to take place approximately 12 months after the full day experience.
          Bullet CTE Math Lesson Writing Workshop
This workshop is designed to give CTE Instructors an opportunity to create math lessons reinforcing content in their specific CTE program.
          Bullet Differentiation: Creating Work Stations
Participants will leave with an action plan for creating work stations based on curriculum standards, including opportunities to build and work with a network of teachers trying differentiation for the first time. Not only will participants be provided process time to apply what they learn, but they will also benefit from experiencing differentiation as a learner. All participants are required to provide data and artifacts that demonstrate how they have implemented the structures and procedures addressed in the workshop. Learning Outcomes: Participants will… • Design work stations that address the standards, multiple intelligences, and standard-related vocabulary • Learn how to monitor work stations using a variety of strategies • Scaffold a standard into activities that break down and enhance the standard • Create projects or task performances that imitate SBAC, MEAP, MME, and ACT Recommended for teachers… -Willing to implement differentiation into their classroom this school year -Willing to collect data, artifacts (video, pictures, lessons, checklists) to show how they are implementing differentiation -Wanting to plan work stations that directly address curriculum standards What to Bring: • Laptop or Ipad • Class lists • Curriculum Standards • Artifacts that demonstrate you have created and implemented behavioral expectations, standard and vocabulary procedures, classroom work stations/organization centers Recommended Pre-requisite: Differentiated Tier 1 Reading Instruction OR Managing the Differentiated Classroom, Differentiation: Mini-Lessons
          Bullet EngageNY Math Module Training for Grades 3 - 5: Day 1
The focus will give participants an opportunity to work on pacing and lesson planning on EngageNY math modules in Grades 3 - 5.
          Bullet EngageNY Math Module Training for Grades 3 - 5: Day 2
The focus will give participants an opportunity to work on pacing and lesson planning on EngageNY math modules in Grades 3 - 5.
          Bullet EngageNY Math Module Training for Grades 3 - 5: Day 3
The focus will give participants an opportunity to work on pacing and lesson planning on EngageNY math modules in Grades 3 - 5.
          Bullet EngageNY Math Module Training for Grades 3 - 5: Day 4
The focus will give participants an opportunity to work on pacing and lesson planning on EngageNY math modules in Grades 3 - 5.
          Bullet EngageNY: Middle School Modules: Day 1
The focus will be an overview of the EngageNY Middle School Mathematics program, provide key features of lessons, discuss assessments, discuss grading and work on lessons in Module 3. Time will be provided for planning and work.
          Bullet EngageNY: Middle School Modules: Day 2
Work on Modules 4 & 5. Key mathematics concepts, lesson planning, and assessments will all be discussed. Time will e provided for planning and work.
          Bullet EngageNY: Middle School Modules: Day 3
Work on Modules 4 & 5. Key mathematics concepts, lesson planning, and assessments will all be discussed. Time will be provided for planning and work.
          Bullet EngageNY: Middle School Modules: Day 4
Finish Module 5 work. Begin Module 1 work if time permits. Plan the remainder of the year and discuss topics, lessons, and assessments. Time will be provided for planning and work.
          Bullet EngageNY: Middle School Modules: Day 5
This session is designed for Mathematics teachers in grades 6 - 8 who will be using the EngageNY curriculum. The focus of Day 5 will be to unpack Module 5 in all grade levels. Key mathematics concepts, models, lesson planning, and assessments will all be discussed. Time will be provided for planning and work.
          Bullet EngageNY: Middle School Modules: Day 6
This session is designed for Mathematics teachers in grades 6 - 8 who will be using the EngageNY curriculum. The focus of Day 6 will be to plan the remainder of the year and to discuss which topics, lessons, and assessments will best so students will have exposure to topics not yet covered.
          Bullet Initial: Crisis Prevention Intervention
Opportunity to learn and affirm various preventative stratgies to support students in need. Structure includes lecture, dialogue, role plays, demonstrations, and active engagement. Later in the day, more restrictive interventions will be introduced to support crisis management.
          Bullet Managing the Differentiated Classroom
Please be advised that the workshops are designated as follows: 08-15-13: Elementary 08-16-13: Secondary Participants will leave with an action plan for setting up a differentiated classroom, including opportunities to build and work with a network of teachers trying differentiation for the first time. Not only will participants be provided process time to apply what they learn, but they will also benefit from experiencing differentiation as a learner. All participants are required to provide data and artifacts that demonstrate how they have implemented the structures and procedures addressed in the workshop. Learning Outcomes The learner will: • Pre-assess, using a check sheet, her/his level of understanding regarding differentiated instruction • Distinguish the differentiation framework from group work and whole group instruction • Set up procedures for the teacher and student to monitor and assess student behavior (For example, Class Dojo and Behavior Checklists) • Create room arrangements that optimize differentiated instruction • Evaluate organizational methods that work best for the teacher • Create procedures for gathering supplies, moving in the room, checking-in/out, tracking standards and vocabulary Target Audience: Two Groupings: K-5 and 6-12 Recommended for teachers… -Willing to implement differentiation into their classroom this school year -Willing to collect data, artifacts (video, pictures, lessons, checklists) to show how they are implementing differentiation -Setting up differentiation in the classroom for the first time (This session is NOT intended for teachers who have successfully utilized work stations or centers, moved students in and out of groups, and organized groups. What to Bring: Laptop or Ipad Class lists Curriculum Standards Behavioral expectations Recommended Course Sequence: It is recommended that teachers take this course prior to any courses in the differentiation series. If teachers took Differentiation Tier 1 Reading Classroom in 2012-13 with Carla Osborn or have successfully utilized work stations/centers (see note above), they may wish to skip this session.
          Bullet Math Curriculum Workshop 3 - 5: Day 2
Day 2: Participants will work on Assessments, Lesson Prep, Resources, Instructional Strategies, and Content Area Literacy.
          Bullet Math Curriculum Workshop 3-5: Day 1
Day 1: Participants will work on Pacing/Alignment, Essential Standards, Learning Targets, I Can´s, Success Criteria, and Academic Vocabulary.
          Bullet Math Curriculum Workshop K - 2: Day 1
Day 1: Participants will work on Pacing/Alignment, Essential Standards, Learning Targets, I Can´s, Success Criteria, and Academic Vocabulary.
          Bullet Math Curriculum Workshop K - 2: Day 2
Day 2: Participants will work on Assessments, Lesson Prep, Resources, Instructional Strategies, and Content Area Literacy.
          Bullet Math Curriculum Workshop MS - HS: Day 1
Day 1: Participants will work on Pacing/Alignment, Essential Standards, Learning Targets, I Can´s, Success Criteria, and Academic Vocabulary.
          Bullet Math Curriculum Workshop MS - HS: Day 2
Day 2: Participants will work on Assessments, Lesson Prep, Resources, Instructional Strategies, and Content Area Literacy.
          Bullet MI Open Book Resources Training
Participants will leave with an understanding of the MI Open Book materials. The MI Open Book Project is a multi-year initiative funded as part of the Technology Readiness Infrastructure Grant (TRIG) which will empower groups of master teachers to come together, collaborate, and develop a digital text resource for use in classrooms around Michigan. The final products will be available online as soon as they are ready. The source files (iBooks Author and InDesign formats) will also be available to download and add your own content, all for free. The goal of this training is to introduce teachers to the availible materials.
          Bullet Michigan Science Standards K - 12 Professional Learning: Session 1
This K - 12 professional learning opportunity will provide the most up-to-date information on the Michigan Science Standards. Focus will include the standards´ framework, the Cross Cutting Concepts, the Science and Engineering Practices, and the Disciplinary Core Ideas. Vertical alignment, implementation, and assessment will also be discussed.
          Bullet Michigan Transition Projects ~ Personal Curriculum
The Michigan Transition Projects (MI-TOP and Reaching and Teaching Struggling Learners) in collaboration with the Michigan Transition Services Association, will be hosting Laurie VanderPloeg, Director of Special Education, Kent ISD. Laurie will share a family focused, legally defensible, and data-based decision making process to assist in determining a student´s path to school completion. Tools will be provided to assist with decision making to determine diploma vs non-diploma paths, use of personal curriculum, and courses of study that lead to successful outcomes regardless of path.
          Bullet NGSX Training: Day 1
Grow in your understanding of 3-dimensional learning, and in particular, how scientific and engineering practices identified in A Framework for K12 Science Education and Next Generation Science Standards play a critical role in helping students build and revise their scientific ideas over time. You will learn about and develop models, and engage in evidence-based argumentation and explanation, and explore classroom video cases, all designed to help you help your students build their understanding and explanations of natural phenomena. You’ll also learn about building a classroom culture of reasoning and arguing from evidence where students go public with their ideas and build on the ideas of their classmates. As you participate in this pathway you will find that learning about scientific practices goes hand in hand with your study of a core physical science concept, the structures and properties of matter. Intentionally bringing together disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts with scientific practices. Days 1 – 5 will grow your understanding of 3-dimensional learning, and in particular, how scientific and engineering practices identified in A Framework for K12 Science Education and Next Generation Science Standards play a critical role in helping students build and revise their scientific ideas over time. You will learn about and develop models, and engage in evidence-based argumentation and explanation, and explore classroom video cases, all designed to help you help your students build their understanding and explanations of natural phenomena. You’ll also learn about building a classroom culture of reasoning and arguing from evidence where students go public with their ideas and build on the ideas of their classmates. As you participate in this pathway you will find that learning about scientific practices goes hand in hand with your study of a core physical science concept, the structures and properties of matter. Intentionally bringing together disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts with scientific practices. This is Day 1 of a 5 part series: Day 1: August 15, 2017 Day 2: August 16, 2017 Day 3: September 19, 2017 Day 4: October 3, 2017 Day 5: October 19, 2017 You must register for each day separately.
          Bullet NGSX Training: Day 2
Grow in your understanding of 3-dimensional learning, and in particular, how scientific and engineering practices identified in A Framework for K12 Science Education and Next Generation Science Standards play a critical role in helping students build and revise their scientific ideas over time. You will learn about and develop models, and engage in evidence-based argumentation and explanation, and explore classroom video cases, all designed to help you help your students build their understanding and explanations of natural phenomena. You’ll also learn about building a classroom culture of reasoning and arguing from evidence where students go public with their ideas and build on the ideas of their classmates. As you participate in this pathway you will find that learning about scientific practices goes hand in hand with your study of a core physical science concept, the structures and properties of matter. Intentionally bringing together disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts with scientific practices. Days 1 – 5 will grow your understanding of 3-dimensional learning, and in particular, how scientific and engineering practices identified in A Framework for K12 Science Education and Next Generation Science Standards play a critical role in helping students build and revise their scientific ideas over time. You will learn about and develop models, and engage in evidence-based argumentation and explanation, and explore classroom video cases, all designed to help you help your students build their understanding and explanations of natural phenomena. You’ll also learn about building a classroom culture of reasoning and arguing from evidence where students go public with their ideas and build on the ideas of their classmates. As you participate in this pathway you will find that learning about scientific practices goes hand in hand with your study of a core physical science concept, the structures and properties of matter. Intentionally bringing together disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts with scientific practices. This is Day 2 of a 5 part series: Day 1: August 15, 2017 Day 2: August 16, 2017 Day 3: September 19, 2017 Day 4: October 3, 2017 Day 5: October 19, 2017 You must register for each day separately.
          Bullet NGSX Training: Day 3
Grow in your understanding of 3-dimensional learning, and in particular, how scientific and engineering practices identified in A Framework for K12 Science Education and Next Generation Science Standards play a critical role in helping students build and revise their scientific ideas over time. You will learn about and develop models, and engage in evidence-based argumentation and explanation, and explore classroom video cases, all designed to help you help your students build their understanding and explanations of natural phenomena. You’ll also learn about building a classroom culture of reasoning and arguing from evidence where students go public with their ideas and build on the ideas of their classmates. As you participate in this pathway you will find that learning about scientific practices goes hand in hand with your study of a core physical science concept, the structures and properties of matter. Intentionally bringing together disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts with scientific practices. Days 1 – 5 will grow your understanding of 3-dimensional learning, and in particular, how scientific and engineering practices identified in A Framework for K12 Science Education and Next Generation Science Standards play a critical role in helping students build and revise their scientific ideas over time. You will learn about and develop models, and engage in evidence-based argumentation and explanation, and explore classroom video cases, all designed to help you help your students build their understanding and explanations of natural phenomena. You’ll also learn about building a classroom culture of reasoning and arguing from evidence where students go public with their ideas and build on the ideas of their classmates. As you participate in this pathway you will find that learning about scientific practices goes hand in hand with your study of a core physical science concept, the structures and properties of matter. Intentionally bringing together disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts with scientific practices. This is Day 3 of a 5 part series: Day 1: August 15, 2017 Day 2: August 16, 2017 Day 3: September 19, 2017 Day 4: October 3, 2017 Day 5: October 19, 2017 You must register for each day separately.
          Bullet NGSX Training: Day 4
Grow in your understanding of 3-dimensional learning, and in particular, how scientific and engineering practices identified in A Framework for K12 Science Education and Next Generation Science Standards play a critical role in helping students build and revise their scientific ideas over time. You will learn about and develop models, and engage in evidence-based argumentation and explanation, and explore classroom video cases, all designed to help you help your students build their understanding and explanations of natural phenomena. You’ll also learn about building a classroom culture of reasoning and arguing from evidence where students go public with their ideas and build on the ideas of their classmates. As you participate in this pathway you will find that learning about scientific practices goes hand in hand with your study of a core physical science concept, the structures and properties of matter. Intentionally bringing together disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts with scientific practices. Days 1 – 5 will grow your understanding of 3-dimensional learning, and in particular, how scientific and engineering practices identified in A Framework for K12 Science Education and Next Generation Science Standards play a critical role in helping students build and revise their scientific ideas over time. You will learn about and develop models, and engage in evidence-based argumentation and explanation, and explore classroom video cases, all designed to help you help your students build their understanding and explanations of natural phenomena. You’ll also learn about building a classroom culture of reasoning and arguing from evidence where students go public with their ideas and build on the ideas of their classmates. As you participate in this pathway you will find that learning about scientific practices goes hand in hand with your study of a core physical science concept, the structures and properties of matter. Intentionally bringing together disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts with scientific practices. This is Day 4 of a 5 part series: Day 1: August 15, 2017 Day 2: August 16, 2017 Day 3: September 19, 2017 Day 4: October 3, 2017 Day 5: October 19, 2017 You must register for each day separately.
          Bullet NGSX Training: Day 5
Grow in your understanding of 3-dimensional learning, and in particular, how scientific and engineering practices identified in A Framework for K12 Science Education and Next Generation Science Standards play a critical role in helping students build and revise their scientific ideas over time. You will learn about and develop models, and engage in evidence-based argumentation and explanation, and explore classroom video cases, all designed to help you help your students build their understanding and explanations of natural phenomena. You’ll also learn about building a classroom culture of reasoning and arguing from evidence where students go public with their ideas and build on the ideas of their classmates. As you participate in this pathway you will find that learning about scientific practices goes hand in hand with your study of a core physical science concept, the structures and properties of matter. Intentionally bringing together disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts with scientific practices. Days 1 – 5 will grow your understanding of 3-dimensional learning, and in particular, how scientific and engineering practices identified in A Framework for K12 Science Education and Next Generation Science Standards play a critical role in helping students build and revise their scientific ideas over time. You will learn about and develop models, and engage in evidence-based argumentation and explanation, and explore classroom video cases, all designed to help you help your students build their understanding and explanations of natural phenomena. You’ll also learn about building a classroom culture of reasoning and arguing from evidence where students go public with their ideas and build on the ideas of their classmates. As you participate in this pathway you will find that learning about scientific practices goes hand in hand with your study of a core physical science concept, the structures and properties of matter. Intentionally bringing together disciplinary core ideas and crosscutting concepts with scientific practices. This is Day 5 of a 5 part series: Day 1: August 15, 2017 Day 2: August 16, 2017 Day 3: September 19, 2017 Day 4: October 3, 2017 Day 5: October 19, 2017 You must register for each day separately.
          Bullet Positive School Climate: Implementation Review
This is a team training day with schools who have gone through the 3 day series in years past. The day will review the big ideas of PSC along with intentional opportunities to share celebrations and address barriers with peer teams. Early warning sign numbers and relevant data will be reviewed during extended team times
          Bullet Rational Number Project Grades 3 and 4
This professional development is designed for teachers who are looking for curriculum that develops fraction and decimal sense based on 3rd and 4th grade Common Core content standards. Teachers will learn how the curriculum was developed, practice using all manipulatives involved in the lessons, and map lessons to their curriculum. The Rational Number Project reflects research on best practices for teaching fraction and decimal and the connections between the two big ideas. This research was conducted through the National Science Foundation. The curriculum created reflects the following beliefs: a. Children learn best through active involvement with multiple concrete models. b. Physical aids are just one component in the acquistion of concepts: verbal, pictorial, symbolic, and real-world representations also are important. c. Children should have opportunities to talk together and with their teacher about mathematical ideas. d. Curriculum must focus on the development of conceptual knowledge prior to formal work with symbols and algorithms.
          Bullet Science Curriculum 6-12: Day 2
Day 2: Participants will work on Assessments and Content Area Literacy.
          Bullet Science Curriculum Workshop 6 - 12: Day 1
Day 1: Participants will work on Lesson Design and Pacing.
          Bullet Science Curriculum Workshop K - 5: Day 1
Day 1: Participants will work on Lesson Design and Pacing.
          Bullet Science Curriculum Workshop K-5: Day 2
Day 2: Participants will work on Assessments and Content Area Literacy.
          Bullet Sturgis - Thinking Maps for New Teachers
Thinking Maps training for New Teachers.
          Bullet Sturgis- Math Alignment grades 9-12
SHS Math teachers will work with Keith Barnes on Math curriculum.

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