Professional Development Fall 2019 Course Book

Credit Information for Classes
For more information on courses and registration, please call or email the
CCSD Professional Development Office 
pdsecretary@ccsd1schools.net
(307) 687-1666 

Staff Information

District Position *

**Please read the following as the registration process has changed.**

 
The class registration is now located underneath each class description. When a class is full, register using the waiting list. If there is a cancellation, those on the waiting list will be moved into the class in the order they registered. We will notify you if you have been moved into the class. 
 
**Tenured teachers: You may take up to two full-credit (CCSD/UW) classes per semester.**
 
**Non-tenured teachers: Until induction requirements have been met, you may take one full-credit (CCSD/UW) class per semester in addition to one new hire induction class.**
 
**New Hires: Teachers hired this school year may take one full-credit (CCSD/UW) class per semester in addition to completing the Essentials for Teaching and Learning class.**
 

Attendance and Participation Requirements:

  • Attendance for the first class is a requirement. Exceptions may be permitted for medical or significant school-related issues.
  • Prior instructor approval for any absence is mandatory.
  • If you do not successfully complete a full-credit course due to absences or missing coursework, you will not be permitted to take any full-credit classes the following semester.
  • Full-credit courses may only be taken once for credit.

Full Credit Classes

Classroom Management
 
Online Class - There will be one brief face-to-face meeting on September 16
September 16 @ 4:15 - Class will end 11/25
 
2 UW credits ($100) or 2 CCSD credits  
Instructor(s): Darcy Gillaspy & Amber Parsons
 
Lakeway Learning Center
 
Relationships, routines, procedures, and environment - How do you create and establish a positive classroom environment? This course will delve into these topics along with the components of Domain 2 from the Danielson Framework to assist teachers in developing an effective classroom management plan.
 
This class is a course option within the Induction Program! 
 40 Maximum Class Size
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Classroom Management      🛈
(17 remaining)
Waiting List - Classroom Management 🛈
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Creating a Culture of Deeper Thinking 
 
Mondays - 4:15 - 7:15 PM
 
October 7, 14, 21, 28
November 4 
 
2 UW credits ($100) or 2 CCSD credits
Instructor(s):  Alexis Hedrick & Jenny Sorenson

Lakeway Learning Center - Apple Lab

The focus of this course will be an examination of how all upper-level elementary (4-6) and secondary content areas can be enhanced with effective literacy strategies. It is designed to provide a wide range of instructional strategies and resources for teachers to use to improve literacy instruction and engagement in their classrooms. The strategies and resources shared will include narrative, informational, analytical and argumentative modes of reading and writing. 

This class is a course option within the Induction Program!

25 Maximum Class Size

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Creating a Culture of Deeper Thinking   🛈
(15 remaining)
Waiting List - Creating a Culture of Deeper Thinking   🛈
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G Suite for Education (Intro to Google Apps)
 
Face-to-Face - 9/24 from 4:15 - 7:15
Online through 10/30

1 UW credit ($50) or 1 CCSD credit 
Instructor(s): Cathy McGeowan & Stacey Dickson 

Lakeway Learning Center - Apple Lab

G Suite for Education is a free suite of tools that enables users to create, edit, share, and collaborate, anytime, anywhere. This online course will introduce you to the G Suite for Education apps with a focus on helping teachers and students share and learn together in innovative ways.


This class will provide a classroom focus for GSE. Apps to be covered include: Google Docs, Sheets and Drive, Google Classroom, Google Forms for surveys and Google Quizzes for assessment purposes; as well as add-ons that will facilitate collaboration.

This course will have a mandatory 1 hour course introduction on Tuesday, September 24 at 4:15. The remainder of our classtime will be entirely online with weekly requirements/deadlines throughout. You will work at your own pace, but classwork must be completed by weekly due date.
 
  **THIS IS AN ONLINE COURSE.  WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE, BUT CLASSWORK MUST BE COMPLETED BY THE END OF EACH WEEK.**

This class is a course option within the Induction Program!

20 Maximum Class Size
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G Suite for Education (Intro to Google Apps) 🛈
(0 remaining)
Waiting List - G Suite for Education (Intro to Google Apps)  🛈
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G Suite for Education (Intro to Google Apps) - SUPPORT STAFF
 
Face-to-Face - 9/24 from 4:15 - 7:15
Online through 10/30

1 UW credits ($50) or 1 CCSD credit 
Instructor(s): Stacey Dickson 
& Cathy McGeowan

Lakeway Learning Center - Apple Lab

G Suite for Education is a free suite of tools that enables users to create, edit, share, and collaborate, anytime, anywhere.  This online course will introduce non-teachers to the G Suite for Education apps with a focus on helping staff members share and produce products together.

Apps to be covered include: Google Mail, Drive (Docs and Sheets), Google Forms, and an introduction to add-ons.

This course will meet for 1 hour on Tuesday, September 24 at 4:15 P. M. and then will be entirely online with weekly requirements/deadlines throughout.  You will work at your own pace, but classwork must be completed by each week’s due date.

  **THIS IS AN ONLINE COURSE.  WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE, BUT CLASSWORK MUST BE COMPLETED BY THE END OF EACH WEEK.**

Beginners to intermediate users

This class is a course option within the Induction Program!

15 Maximum Class Size
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G Suite for Education (Intro to Google Apps) - SUPPORT STAFF 🛈
(0 remaining)
Waiting List - G Suite for Education (Intro to Google Apps) - SUPPORT STAFF 🛈
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iDiscoveries: Teaching and Learning with the iPad

Thursdays - 4:15 PM - 7:15 PM

November 14, 21 
December 5, 12, 19

2 UW credits ($100) or 2 CCSD credits
Instructor(s): Cathy McGeowan & TBA 

Lakeway Learning Center - Apple Lab

This course will have participants discover the power of using the iPad to improve instruction.  As we look at different pedagogical strategies to effectively integrate the iPad into the classroom, we will consider the SAMR model, while we discuss the importance of choosing the appropriate technology.  Armed with a new focus each week, participants will create and present a lesson that links to their content standards, as well as share their personal reflections of the lesson with their classmates. Participants will leave the class discovering a personal tech integration toolbox that recognizes how to select digital tools that are appropriate for the task and that can transform learning to higher levels.  (All levels are welcome.)

*If you do not have a district issued teacher iPad, one will be loaned to you to use for duration of class.

*This class will require consistent access to a classroom setting.  Each week, participants will be required to utilize, evaluate, and discuss various technology tools introduced in the previous session.

This class is a course option within the Induction Program!

25 Maximum Class Size
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iDiscoveries:Teaching and Learning with the iPad 🛈
(0 remaining)
Waiting List - iDiscoveries:Teaching and Learning with the iPad 🛈
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I Survived the First Year...Now What?
 
Wednesdays - 4:15 - 6:15 PM
                
September 18
October 9, 30
November 13
December 4
 
2 UW credits ($100) or 2 CCSD credits  
Instructor: Amber Parsons & Stacey Dickson
 
Lakeway Learning Center
 
The most important factor in student achievement is the teacher in the classroom; therefore, curriculum and pedagogy are only as good as the person teaching it. The first three years of teaching are undoubtedly the most difficult. After the first year, new teachers may question whether education is the right profession for them. I Survived the First Year...Now What? takes teachers through the six phases every new or first-year teacher goes through (anticipation, survival, disillusionment, rejuvenation, reflection, and second anticipation). New teachers will reflect, network, and apply the skills, strategies, and knowledge to move away from survival and toward becoming a flourishing educator.
 
**This course is designed for newer teachers with 1-5 years of teaching experience.
 
This class is a course option within the Induction Program!
 25 Maximum Class Size
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I Survived the First Year...Now What? 🛈
(6 remaining)
Waiting List - I Survived the First Year...Now What? 🛈
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Integrate Like a Boss!

Tuesdays - 4:15 PM - 7:15 PM

**Attention Date Changes**

November 5, 19, 26 
December 3, 10

1 UW credits ($50) or 1 CCSD credit 
Instructor(s): Megan Diede, Kara Rigsby & Courtney Prosenick 

Lakeway Learning Center 

Our topic is Integration across multiple content areas, with a focus on Science and Literacy using the NGSS (Next Generation Science Standards) and CCSS (Common Core State Standards). This course will focus on the idea of using integration to effectively teach multiple standards in multiple content areas. As educators, the overwhelming amount of what we have to teach is daunting. Giving teachers strategies and tools to effectively teach multiple standards through a lesson or unit should be a high priority and our goal for this course.

25 Maximum Class Size
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Integrate Like a Boss! 🛈
(15 remaining)
Waiting List - Integrate Like a Boss! 🛈
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Intro to ABA and Data-Based Instruction

Tuesdays - 4:15 PM - 7:15 PM

October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 

1 UW credit ($50) or 1 CCSD credit 
Instructor: Dr. Kristina Leslie 

Lakeway Learning Center 

Review, practice, and apply the foundational concepts of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA). An overview of some common preventive and reactive strategies as well as the "how to's" of replacement behavior identification. A review of data collection methodologies for reduction and acquisition behaviors, and how to determine which method will be most appropriate for the behavior being measured. Lastly, a review of writing objective, measurable goals and coordinating these goals with appropriate data collection.

25 Maximum Class Size
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Into to ABA and Data-Based Instruction 🛈
(9 remaining)
Waiting List - Intro to ABA and Data-Based Instruction 🛈
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Reaching the Exceptional Learner in a Variety of Educational Settings
 
Mondays - 4:15 - 7:15
 
September 30
October 14, 21, 28 
November 4
 
1 UW credit ($50) or 1 CCSD credit                       
Instructor: Brooke Kilian
 
Lakeway Learning Center
 
The class will provide a brief overview of the areas of special education eligibility, resources/tools (interventions) to support special education students in a variety of settings, data collection, informal assessments, referral process, and special education eligibility process.  This class will benefit both special education and general education teachers.
 
This class is a course option within the Induction Program! 
 30 Maximum Class Size
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Reaching the Exceptional Learner in a Variety of Educational Settings 🛈
(19 remaining)
Waiting List - Reaching the Exceptional Learner in a Variety of Educational Settings 🛈
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Response to Behavior
 
Thursdays - 4:30 - 6:30 PM
                
September 26
October 10, 24
November 7, 21
 
1 UW credit ($50) or 1 CCSD credit 
Instructor(s): Melissa Powell & Cheline Rowland
 
Lakeway Learning Center
 
Response to Behavior - How to share your calm instead of joining the chaos This class will cover scenarios of student behavior and possible responses from staff through discussion and role-play.
 25 Maximum Class Size
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Response to Behavior 🛈
(1 remaining)
Waiting List - Response to Behavior 🛈
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Signing Exact English Beginner and Intermediate       

Mondays - 4:15 PM - 7:15 PM

September 23, 30
October 7, 14, 21, 28 
November 4, 18, 25                                                                                                                                                                                                  December 2

2 UW credits ($100) or 2 CCSD credits         
Instructor(s):  Traci Larson  & Romelle Hoon       

Lakeway Learning Center -  Various Rooms  

Signing Exact English is a sign system that is used with Deaf children and non verbal students. It teaches basic vocabulary and word endings.

30 Maximum Class Size

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Signing Exact English Beginner and Intermediate  🛈
(17 remaining)
Waiting List - Signing Exact English Beginner and Intermediate  🛈
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Strategies for Effective Team Collaboration in a Professional Learning Community
 
Face-to-Face & Online Delivery: September - April
 
Face-to-face dates:
September 17
October 1
November 5
December 10
January 7
February 4
March 10
April 14

3 UW credits ($150) or 3 CCSD credits 
Instructor: Patsy Gray 

Lakeway Learning Center / Online

Throughout this class, participants will learn effective team collaboration strategies that focus on learning for all. An overview of the foundations of Professional Learning Communities will be highlighted and the difference between “PLC lite” and “PLC right” will be clearly defined. This course is designed with the “Learning by Doing” mindset. Tasks completed during the first semester will be used back at the school site during the 3rd Quarter.

 

Please sign up as a team.

25 Maximum Class Size
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Strategies for Effective Team Collaboration in a Professional Learning Community 🛈
(20 remaining)
Waiting List - Strategies for Effective Team Collaboration in a Professional Learning Community 🛈
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The Next Step Forward in Guided Reading
 
Online classes October 28 - February 3
 
2 UW credits ($100) or 2 CCSD credits
Instructor(s): Kathy Reynolds & Amy Paulson 

Online

This class is a 14-week online course that will take you through Jan Richardson's book, "The Next Step Forward in Guided Reading" (participants must have access to this textbook). This book is Campbell County School District's primary resource for teaching guided reading. We will introduce you to valuable online resources, as well as taking a deep look at each of the reading stages. You will be working with your students for many of your assignments and learning new tools for planning and implementing guided reading in your classrooms.

This class is a course option within the Induction Program! 

This class supports K-6 grade teachers.

30 Maximum Class Size
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The Next Step Forward in Guided Reading 🛈
(0 remaining)
Waiting List - The Next Step Forward in Guided Reading 🛈
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Action Labs

Learnin'Ganza K-12

Wednesday - 4:15 PM - 6:15 PM

September 25 

Instructor: PD & TBA

Lakeway Learning Center

Join us for CCSD’s 1st annual Learnin’Ganza. Similar to Technoganza, CCSD’s Edcamps are participant-driven, peer-led sharing experiences. You can expect to learn and collaborate in informal settings. Participants may choose to share, absorb, or both! Watch this video to learn more about the Edcamp format.

40 Maximum Class Size

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Learnin'Ganza K-12 🛈
(33 remaining)
Waiting List - Learnin'Ganza K-12 🛈
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Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Gen Ed Classroom

Thursday - 4:15 PM - 7:15 PM

September 26 

Instructor: Shauna Anderson

Lakeway Learning Center

Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is designed to teach educators how to provide the inclusive services in the general education classroom. The purpose of this course is to demonstrate how all students and staff can work together in an inclusive environment to ensure the success of every student. This goal is accomplished in the classroom by understanding and differentiating to meet the needs of all learners.

25 Maximum Class Size

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Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Gen Ed Classroom 🛈
(11 remaining)
Waiting List - Autism Spectrum Disorder in the Gen Ed Classroom 🛈
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Open Education Resources (OER)

Tuesday - 4:15 PM - 7:15 PM

October 8 

Instructor - Megan Dingman

Lakeway Learning Center

What are Open Education Resources (OER)? How can OER help you? How do you create or make new OER? Discover how OER can help you differentiate instruction to your students through free, publicly available educational resources that anyone can copy, use, adapt, and re-share!

30 Maximum Class Size

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Open Education Resources (OER) 🛈
(24 remaining)
Waiting List - Open Education Resources (OER) 🛈
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3 Chicks, Wheels, & Flat Cathy went to ISTE

Thursday - 4:15 PM - 7:15 PM

October 10

Instructor(s): Sam Burr, Stacey Dickson, Tracy Ennis, Darcy Gillaspy

Lakeway Learning Center - Apple Lab

We will share knowledge we gained while attending the 2019 ISTE Conference in Philadelphia. You will learn new tips and tricks to take back to your classroom and use right away.

This action lab meets the following ISTE Standards: ISTE*T 1 Facilitate and Inspire Student Learning and Creativity, ISTE*T 2 Design and Develop Digital Age Learning Experiences and Assessments, ISTE*T 3 Model Digital Age Work and Learning, ISTE*T 4 Promote and Model Digital Citizenship and Responsibility, ISTE*T 5 Engage in Professional Growth and Leadership

25 Maximum Class Size

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3 Chicks, Wheels & Flat Cathy went to ISTE 🛈
(14 remaining)
Waiting List - 3 Chicks, Wheels & Flat Cathy went to ISTE 🛈
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TechnoGanza #13

Tuesday - 4:15 PM - 7:15 PM

November 12 

Instructor: Cathy McGeowan & TBA

Lakeway Learning Center - Apple Lab

Join us for some speed-geeking. A fast-paced, choice driven, FuN! format where you can choose to learn more about some our favorite pieces of technology!

Wait! How will this work?

*Speed-geeking is a great way to quickly view a number of presentations and demos in a short while. At our 12th TechnoGanza, presenters will pick one of their favorite techie tools* and provide a short, focused, hands-on presentation.

*NO peeking! Sorry, you will not know the tools that will be presented until you arrive!  However, be assured, we are scheming up all kinds of great ideas that will represent a variety of grades and subject matter and of course, are engaging! Each session explores tools never presented at a previous TechnoGanza.

36 Maximum Class Size

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TechnoGanza #13 🛈
(11 remaining)
Waiting List - TechnoGanza #13 🛈
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Tech & Modeling Language for Complex Needs

Thursday- 4:15 PM - 7:15 PM

November 7

Instructor(s): Mary Rigdon & Laura Buckingham

Lakeway Learning Center - Apple Lab

Programming and modeling language on communication devices for students with complex communication needs.

25 Maximum Class Size

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Tech & Modeling Language for Complex Needs 🛈
(19 remaining)
Waiting List - Tech & Modeling Language for Complex Needs 🛈
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Boardmaker Online Tutorial

Tuesday - 4:15 PM - 7:15 PM

November 18

Instructor - Laura Buckingham

Lakeway Learning Center - Apple Lab

For those using Boardmaker Online:  this action lab will go through basics including using templates, creating activities, sharing with students, and accessing student activities on student ipads.

25 Maximum Class Size

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Boardmaker Online Tutorial 🛈
(20 remaining)
Waiting List - Boardmaker Online Tutorial 🛈
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Differentiation through Technology Tools

Tuesday - 4:15 PM - 7:15 PM

November 25

Instructor - Laura Buckingham

Lakeway Learning Center - Apple Lab

This action lab will be a quick review of different strategies to provide differentiation through assistive technology.

25 Maximum Class Size

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Differentiation through Technology Tools 🛈
(15 remaining)
Waiting List - Differentiation through Technology Tools 🛈
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CCSD Micro-Badging Classes

Join us for professional development offerings with micro-badging.  Badges support and honor creativity, collaboration, communication, and critical thinking, and also spark curiosity in continued professional development.

View this slideshow to learn more about this new opportunity: CCSD Micro-Badging

  • Micro-badges will be offered in 1.5 contact hour increments  
  • Two micro-badging classes will equal one action lab credit
  • Classes may be offered online, face-to-face, or hybrid
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Docs Launch!

Class opens September 16
Ends December 9

Instructor: Amber Parsons

Online

Learn how Google Docs provides users with the ability to create, edit, and collaborate with others live on the web. Write reports, create joint project proposals, keep track of meeting notes, and more.  Additionally, the Google Docs badge will require the creation of an artifact demonstrating competency and implementation of the Docs app.

  • Classes will be self-paced with all classes available on September 16.
  • Classwork must be completed on or before December 9.

 

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Docs Launch! 🛈
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Drawings Launch!

Class opens September 16
Ends December 9

Instructor: Darcy Gillaspy

Online

Learn about Google Drawings basic digital design functions such as editing and cropping images.  Create visuals on the ultimate blank canvas. You will learn about the most commonly used tools and uses for Google Drawings.  Additionally, the Google Drawings badge will require the creation of an artifact demonstrating competency and implementation of the Drawings app.

  • Classes will be self-paced with all classes available on September 16.
  • Classwork must be completed on or before December 9.

 

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Drawings Launch! 🛈
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Ignite STEM in your Classroom & Content 1.0

Thursdays - 4:30-5:30 PM

September 19 - Rockin' Robots

October 3 - I've go the whole world in my hands: Virtual Reality & Merge Cube

October 24 - We all scream for Green Screen

November 7 - iMovie Magic

November 21 - 3D Printing & Tinkercad made EASY        

Instructor: Sam Burr

Face-to-Face

Engage in one hour sessions throughout first semester that will highlight STEM resources and tools that can be integrated into your classroom content to ignite critical thinking and creative problem solving, while making content engaging. You will learn, play, and plan how to integrate the resources and tools highlighted in a meaningful way into your curriculum.  You will share your learning through a collaborative platform.

25 Maximum Class Size

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Ignite STEM in your Classroom & Content 1.0 🛈
(22 remaining)
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Inclusion and Disability Awareness Training for Educators

Wednesday - 4:15-5:45 PM

September 25

Instructor: Shauna Anderson

Face-to-Face

This class will overview autism and skills to use for inclusion of all students in the general education classroom.

25 Maximum Class Size

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Inclusion and Disability Awareness Training for Educators 🛈
(24 remaining)
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Sheets Launch!

Class opens September 16
Ends December 9

Instructor: Stacey Dickson

Online

Learn how Google Sheets allows you to organize, edit, and analyze different types of information using spreadsheets.  Additionally, the Google Sheets badge will require the creation of an artifact demonstrating competency and implementation of the Sheets app.

  • Classes will be self-paced with all classes available on September 16.
  • Classwork must be completed on or before December 9.

 

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Sheets Launch! 🛈
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Slides Launch!

Class opens September 16
Ends December 9

Instructor: Cathy McGeowan

Online

Learn Google Slides basics such as creating, importing, editing, sharing, and collaborating on presentations.  Additionally, the Google Slides badge will require the creation of an artifact demonstrating competency and implementation of the Slides app.

  • Classes will be self-paced with all classes available on September 16.
  • Classwork must be completed on or before December 9.

 

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Slides Launch! 🛈
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Using Magnetic Letters Effectively

Thursday - 4:15 - 5:45

September 19  

Instructor: Becky Theis & Heidi DeStefano

Face-to-Face @ Lakeview Elementary School Rm B115

This active learning workshop provides hands-on experience in using soft magnetic letters to support early readers. Letter sorts develop automaticity in letter recognition and concrete presentation for making and breaking words help systematize student word attack approaches. Techniques are research-based and presented by instructors experienced in Reading Recovery, Leveled Literacy Instruction, and Jan Richardson’s work.

It is ideal for preK-3rd grade classroom teachers, interventionists and student aides. Participants will understand how to purchase, manage, and use magnetic letters for their specific student or group of students.

This course also provides research supporting the use of these manipulatives and has been presented at the 2019 Learning Disabilities Summit at Gillette College and at the 2019 STEAM Conference in Laramie, Wyoming.

25 Maximum Class Size

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Using Magnetic Letters Effectively 🛈
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QPR Classes

Suicide Prevention Gatekeeper Training: QPR (Question, Persuade, Refer)
 
Mondays - 4:15 - 7:15
 
October 28 
November 6, 25
December 9, 16
 

Instructor - Jessica Diaz

Kid Clinic Building
 
QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer -- 3 simple steps that anyone can learn to help save a life from suicide. Just as people trained in CPR and the Heimlich Maneuver help save thousands of lives each year, people trained in QPR learn how to recognize the warning signs of a suicide crisis and how to question, persuade, and refer someone to help. Course content also includes CCSD suicide prevention policy and recommendations for educators 

This course meets the requirements for three hours of suicide prevention training required under the Jason Flatt Act. 
 
**The new four year Jason Flatt Act required eight-hour cycle begins this year.  Therefore, you can use this course to meet some of those required hours even if you have already completed the QPR course in the past.
 
*Please note Certified Staff will not receive Action Lab credit until they complete their 8 hours, then they will receive 3 Action Lab Credits*
 
A minimum of 4 participants must be signed up to avoid cancellation.
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