Join us virtually for our Executive Functioning Toolbox session on October 20th at 2:30 PM! This session will define the critical components and development of executive functioning, as well as connecting educators to concrete support, and strengthening skills to incorporate with students in the classroom setting. Participants will be gently challenged to consider personal biases and mindset, ways in which to manage compassion fatigue, and the importance of thoughtful verbal and nonverbal communication while navigating student needs and strengths. Follow the link for additional information and registration.
Posted Wednesday, October 13, 2021
General Education vs. Resource RoomLearn best practices for supporting students in the general education and resource room settings. Follow this link for additional information and registration.
Collaboration can lead to a better student outcomes, support for instruction, and general collegiality. Please join our Western Reserve Gifted Education Network as we work together to share ideas and successful strategies of high effect size, act as a sounding-board for each other, stay up to date on ODE and Ohio happenings, and support each other with instructional implementation. Monthly meetings will be a time to connect with others who share your experiences. Learn Inquiry processes and Inquiry Step Back Consultancy processes in order to help support and problem-solve ideas other district colleagues are struggling with. Follow the link for additional information and registration.
This series will present an overview of the unique process of transitioning students with disabilities age 14-22 from the educational environment to their life beyond school. A continuation of "Transition 101", learn more about the specific services and activities in the transition process and the tools and organizations available. Please view the flyer for additional information and registrations!
Explore self care techniques and develop new habits for a healthier and happier teaching experience. This virtual session on November 8th will review how stress affects the brain and body and ways to mitigate stress in the workplace and beyond. Action steps for physical, social, emotional well being will be shared. Follow this link for additional information and registration!
High Quality Student Data (HQSD) is used to guide instructional decisions and meet student learning needs. Utilizing data correctly is key in making sound instructional decisions for students and providing evidence of student learning attributable to the teacher being evaluated. In our session on November 11th participants will learn how to access, track, and use the data. Various types of data sources will be explored, including OST data such as value added, vendor assessments, and in district sources. Follow the link for additional information and registration!