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          Bullet Adaptive Schools with Carolyn McKanders: Day 1
In this Adaptive Schools Foundation Series, learn how to build strong collaborative and caring work cultures, in which results-oriented faculties work together for continuous school improvement. Explore the latest practical findings in organizational development, team learning and navigating the currents of change. Day 1 Outcomes are: Analysis of research findings regarding profession community in schools; Understanding of the why, what and how of becoming adaptive; Structures and processes for collaborative conversations.
          Bullet Adaptive Schools with Carolyn McKanders: Day 3
In this Adaptive Schools Foundation Series, learn how to build strong collaborative and caring work cultures, in which results-oriented faculties work together for continuous school improvement. Explore the latest practical findings in organizational development, team learning and navigating the currents of change. Day 3 Outcomes are: Frame meetings as learning opportunities; Apply structures for successful meetings; Apply Norms of Collaboration in meetings; Increased skills in posing mediative questions.
          Bullet Adaptive Schools with Carolyn McKanders: Day 4
n this Adaptive Schools Foundation Series, learn how to build strong collaborative and caring work cultures, in which results-oriented faculties work together for continuous school improvement. Explore the latest practical findings in organizational development, team learning and navigating the currents of change. Day 4 Outcomes are: Apply structures and standards for successful meetings; Have perspectives and tools for discussion and navigating conflict; Transfer tools, concepts, and strategies from workshop to workplace.
          Bullet Advanced Inquiry into MISchool Data (Digging Deeper)
This session is designed for experienced users of MISchool Data to dig deeper into the data available in the portal, including technical updates and enhancements. An introduction to Data Driven Dialogue protocol will be utilized. Participants will explore new features of the portal, connections to school improvement, and the functionality that can inform local decision making. Audience: Administrators, School Improvement team members, Teachers, and Secretaries who do state reporting.
          Bullet Are You A Slice of PIE (Personal Integrity & Excellence)
This course is for everyone who uses communication as a part of their profession. Every professional should be required to exemplify integrity and excellence in their practice. The PIE Approach is a comprehensive strategy that demonstrates the intricate components of integrity and how to practice implementation with excellence
          Bullet Consolidated App Technical Assistance
Andrea Nessel will be at St. Joe ISD on June 20 from 9am-2:30pm. This session is offered as an open lab/technical assistance time when to come and work on your consolidated application. Another consultant from Team 2 will also be available during that time to answer questions and work with you.
          Bullet Diving Deeper Session I
The sessions provide a deep understanding of the systems of operation that most closely align with increased student achievement and a vision for the districts ability to reconfigure it´s operations.
          Bullet Diving Deeper Session II
The sessions provide a deep understanding of the systems of operation that most closely align with increased student achievement and a vision for the district´s ability to reconfigure it´s operations.
          Bullet Diving Deeper Session III
The sessions provide a deep understanding of the systems of operation that most closely align with increased student achievement and a vision for the district´s ability to reconfigure it´s operations.
          Bullet Foundations of Cognitive Coaching: Cohort 2 - Day 1 and Day 2
Cognitive CoachingSM training is a process that supports individuals and organizations in becoming self-directed. Coaches train individuals in the use of maps and tools needed to mediate another’s thinking. The metaphor or maps and tools is used to indicate the dynamic, individualized way in which coaching takes place. Each coach uses the maps and tools in slightly different ways, but always focuses on mediating thinking. The three maps of Cognitive CoachingSM are: Planning, reflecting and problems-solving. Each map has identified elements, which are learned in the training. The three maps interact with each other. When a person reflects on something he/she has done, they often begin thinking about the next activity or event and begin planning, based on what they learned from reflecting on a previous experience.
          Bullet Foundations of Cognitive Coaching: Cohort 2 - Day 3 and Day 4
Cognitive CoachingSM training is a process that supports individuals and organizations in becoming self-directed. Coaches train individuals in the use of maps and tools needed to mediate another’s thinking. The metaphor or maps and tools is used to indicate the dynamic, individualized way in which coaching takes place. Each coach uses the maps and tools in slightly different ways, but always focuses on mediating thinking. The three maps of Cognitive CoachingSM are: Planning, reflecting and problems-solving. Each map has identified elements, which are learned in the training. The three maps interact with each other. When a person reflects on something he/she has done, they often begin thinking about the next activity or event and begin planning, based on what they learned from reflecting on a previous experience.
          Bullet Foundations of Cognitive Coaching: Cohort 2 - Day 5 and Day 6
Cognitive CoachingSM training is a process that supports individuals and organizations in becoming self-directed. Coaches train individuals in the use of maps and tools needed to mediate another’s thinking. The metaphor or maps and tools is used to indicate the dynamic, individualized way in which coaching takes place. Each coach uses the maps and tools in slightly different ways, but always focuses on mediating thinking. The three maps of Cognitive CoachingSM are: Planning, reflecting and problems-solving. Each map has identified elements, which are learned in the training. The three maps interact with each other. When a person reflects on something he/she has done, they often begin thinking about the next activity or event and begin planning, based on what they learned from reflecting on a previous experience.
          Bullet Foundations of Cognitive Coaching: Cohort 2 - Day 7 and Day 8
Cognitive CoachingSM training is a process that supports individuals and organizations in becoming self-directed. Coaches train individuals in the use of maps and tools needed to mediate another’s thinking. The metaphor or maps and tools is used to indicate the dynamic, individualized way in which coaching takes place. Each coach uses the maps and tools in slightly different ways, but always focuses on mediating thinking. The three maps of Cognitive CoachingSM are: Planning, reflecting and problems-solving. Each map has identified elements, which are learned in the training. The three maps interact with each other. When a person reflects on something he/she has done, they often begin thinking about the next activity or event and begin planning, based on what they learned from reflecting on a previous experience.
          Bullet Literacy Leaders Network Meeting
Literacy Leaders will receive continued learning in the essential practices, receive support during implementation, and have a network for collaborati0on. This content will be further developed based on needs assessments during implementation of the essential practices.
          Bullet Mentor Leadership Training
The Mentor Leadership Training is designed for mentor teachers, intern teaching supervisors, or administrators who are serving or wish to serve as mentor teachers/coordinators in their districts. The training will include building relationships, defining the role of the mentor and new teacher in the mentoring relationship, reviewing classroom management and instructional skills, practicing observation and coaching skills, planning lessons and units, and setting goals. Enjoy an atmosphere of collaboration and "hands-on" learning as you learn more about the important role of mentors and practice the skills that will enable the new teacher to succeed.
          Bullet Mentor Training: Day 1
In this two day workshop, mentors will engage in activities demonstrate best practice teaching using cooperative learning, multiple intelligences, and an array of instructional strategies. Day 1 will cover the role of the mentor, mentor expectations, coaching models, social styles, questioning techniques, and observations.
          Bullet Mentor Training: Day 2 [A]
In this two day workshop, mentors will engage in activities demonstrate best practice teaching using cooperative learning, multiple intelligences, and an array of instructional strategies. Day 2 will cover the mentor/new teacher relationship, social styles survey and implications, coaching in difficult situations, coaching conversations, and continued work with the observation cycle.
          Bullet MISchool Data for School Improvement and State Reporting
Take a guided tour through the MISchool Data prortal with a focus on school improvement and state reporting. Locate demographic or achievement data for the School Data Analysis Diagnostic (SDAD). Find enrollment, achievement, staffing, and finance data in the portal required for state reporting. Use data inquiry and access to mine data for goals, strategies, and activities within the school improvement plan. Audience: Administrators, School Improvement team members, Teachers, and Secretaries who do state reporting.
          Bullet Positive School Climate
Positive School Climate (PSC) is a tier one behavioral framework for secondary schools. The series includes content in PBIS, EWS, data collection, and adolescent cognitive functioning. The series is established as a team training opportunity, with the expectation teams return to school campus and share content with faculty between training sessions.
          Bullet Principal Support Network [A]
The purpose is to bring principal leadership together for a network of support. The focus will be on how to build capacity within the team and collaborative problem solving for best practice solutions.
          Bullet Sturgis - Glasser Training all 6-12 Staff and eCademy
Training staff on the Choice Theory.
          Bullet Sturgis - Glasser Training for Trainers
Select individuals from the district will be trained as trainers.
          Bullet Sturgis - ICE- Innovative Collaboration Event
All Teachers will particpate at the Sturgis High School in this collaboration event.
          Bullet Sturgis - Imagine Learning for ELL EA´s
Training for All ELL EAs and teachers working with ELLs..
          Bullet Sturgis - Instructional Coaching In Action
The training is designed to help instructional coaches support the implementation of instructional skills within their buildings. The training will teach strategies to support teachers with implementation and to encourage effective coaching sessions with teachers. Participants will learn how to use observation protocols and tools in their coaching.
          Bullet Sturgis - iReady For New Teachers
iReady training for new Teachers to Sturgis Public Schools.
          Bullet Sturgis - iReady Instructional Planning
iReady training for tech coaches and teacher leaders from every grade level/dept who can share out information.
          Bullet Sturgis - Leader in Me Congress and Wenzel
All Congress and Wenzel Staff will participate in the Leader in Me training as a school building initiative.
          Bullet Sturgis - Leader in Me Eastwood
Eastwood Staff will participate in the Leader in Me training as a school building initiative.
          Bullet Sturgis - Leader in Me Wall
Wall Staff will participate in the Leader in Me training as a school building initiative.
          Bullet Sturgis - New Teacher Tech Training
Orientation for new Teachers to Sturgis Public Schools.
          Bullet Sturgis - Principals´ Academy
Registration reserved for Sturgis Public Schools Principals´ Academy Committee Members only.
          Bullet Sturgis- New Teacher Orientation
Orientation for new Teachers to Sturgis Public Schools
          Bullet The Thoughtful Classroom Teacher Effectiveness Framework
Learn how to use the Michigan -approved rubric to "cut through the complexity" of teacher evaluation. These intensive four day sessions are presented in two phases: Phase I: Learning the Framework (Days 1&2) Phase II: Applying the Framework (Days 3&4) Includes four days of training, lunch, refreshments, materials, TCTEF Resource Guide, Tools for Thoughtful Assessment, and Tools for a Successful School Year
          Bullet Third Grade Reading Workshop: For K-3 Administrators and their teams
This workshop is designed for Superintendents, K-3 Principals and Literacy Teams consisting of teachers from grades K-3, Literacy Leadership Network rep, Title I teacher, and technology support personnel to gain nuts and bolts knowledge of the Litarcy Law and how it applies to your school. Time will be devoted to digging into the requirements of the law, specifically those components that apply to Kindergarteners THIS year, and developing internal your systems to support effective implementation! We will delve into the Essential Literacy Practices (PreKindergarten and K-3), Organizational Practices and Coaching Practices to enhance your understanding of what these should look like in practice. We will share different implementation models and monitoring practices with each other, looking to create systems that meet unique needs. Portions of the day will focus on how the Reading Now Network and the Essential practices work together and compliment each other. We will conduct a self assessment to help identify areas on which your team may decide to focus idividualized professional development and reviewing fidelity checklists. Family engagement and their participation in developing young readers will be an area of focus. Planning will include: • How to roll this these expectations out to staff • How to establish these practices for deep understanding and implementation • How to monitor the implementation and adult practices • How to engage families in this commitment • How establish and utilize student reading plans
          Bullet Thoughtful Classroom Administrator Training
The Thoughtful Classroom Teacher Effectiveness Framework (TCTEF) is a comprehensive system for observing, evaluating, and refining classroom practice. Designed in partnership with over 250 teachers and administrators, the Framework facilitates thoughtful evaluations and helps educators build a common language for improving teaching and learning. Aligned to key themes in the Common Core and to state and national teaching standards, the Framework makes the work of connecting teacher evaluation to standards easier than ever before. The Framework supports school leaders as they observe classrooms, collect evidence, provide feedback, and develop evaluations.

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