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Presenter: KOI Education
Identify useful nonverbal and verbal techniques to de-escalate behavior
Recognize the importance of staff attitudes and professionalism in responding effectively to angry students
Understand the best strategies to communicate effectively with teams
Identify core behavior levels of a student in a process of crisis escalation
Develop enhanced communication skills such as: nonverbal communication, verbal interaction, de-escalation strategies, debriefing practices, assessment of behavioral cues and relationship building.
Participate in activities to develop the skills needed to assist individuals and staff to utilize a crisis situation for new learning and lasting positive behavior change
Delve into planning! This summer take an in depth look at the MCESA performance assessments. Utilize the framework of these assessments to design your own benchmarks. Analyze mock data in support of planning the content accessibility and correct level of difficulty of the assessments in your lessons.
Please bring your planning materials for the up-coming year.
For questions regarding registration, please contact Andrea Calhoun at email@example.com.
MCESA's Foundations of Instruction Institute will have an overall focus on critical thinking, but also look at lesson design, formative assessment, and practice and check for understanding. Teachers will leave ready to stretch their students’ learning a little further this fall.
These courses are aligned to MCESA’s Learning Observation Instrument and effective implementation of the Arizona Career and College Ready Standards.
The Summer Learning Series will be offered twice; the week of July 6 and the week of July 13, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
These three days will be an experience dedicated to building mastery on top of a rock solid foundation of pedagogy.
For more information, please contact Andrea Calhoun at firstname.lastname@example.org or 602-506-3780.
Identify four specific strategies instructional strategies to support students reading below grade level that have immediate impact
Understand the eight ELA/Literacy strategies that can be added and implemented to support student learning using the planned daily lessons and materials you currently use
Develop a way to differentiate instruction that provides a way to teach a common set of standards to a diverse group of students
Enable participants to deliver the training to other staff members to support the development of teaching rigorous ELA standards to all students
Presenter: Pat Quinn
Identify the four main reason student struggle to learn math and instructional strategies to overcome the barriers to learning math.
Understand the eight research-proven activities math strategies that help students master math standards.
Know how to implement visual and kinesthetic components to engage and motivate students.
Identify how to improve classroom instruction through implementing five strategies which maximizes student learning.
Enable participants to deliver the training to staff in utilizing research based strategies to implement teaching math standards to struggling students.
Participants will develop in-depth knowledge and learn highly effective skills in order to correctly observe, reliably score, and instructionally conference a principal's and assistant principal's LdOI level of proficiency.
Please note that this is a four-day workshop; participants are expected to attend the entire workshop.
If you have any questions, please contact Andrea Calhoun at email@example.com.
There will be an hour lunch on your own each day. Refrigerators and microwaves are available. Garage validation only allows one entrance/exit per day. Various restaurants are within walking distance.
This course is for special ed teachers in REIL and REIL-TNG.
Participants will learn about the process to write a custom assessment suitable for a teacher effectiveness application.
Topics will focus the purposes of assessments, the eSRG protocols and process for use in REIL, and the best practices to write an assessment to measure a student's growth on IEP goals. Time will be devoted to constructing usable products.
Please note minimum of 5 participants must sign up for the workshop or it will be canceled. Participants will be notified by email.
For questions regarding registration, please contact Lucia Martinez at firstname.lastname@example.org
LOI Qualified Evaluator Training
Specifically designed for: Evaluators (principals and assistant principals) implementing the Learning Observation Instrument. Others (e.g. instructional coaches) are welcome as requested/authorized by districts.
This event is August 10, 11, 19 & 21, 2015 - 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. You must be able to attend all 4 days.
Please bring your copy of your Learning Observation Instrument (LOI) & writing utensils.
If you have any questions, please contact Andrea at email@example.com.
There will be a one hour lunch on your own.
COI Qualified Evaluator Training
COI Qualified Evaluator Training is specifically designed for administrators assigned to evaluate coaches on the Coaching Observation Instrument.
Please note that this is a five day training,September 28-October 2, 2015. Participants must attend all five workshop days.
If you have any questions, please email Andrea at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is October 20-23, 2015 - 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. You must be able to attend all 4 days.
There will be a one hour lunch on your own. A refrigerator will be available for sack lunches and there are several restaurants within walking distance. Please note that your parking will only be validated once per workshop day.
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*You will be contacted regarding a convenient date, time and venue for training.