Regional Office Events beginning April 2021

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 20Youth Mental Health First Aid  Free for Everyone
Tuesday
20
April
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Jamie Martens-Perry   CPDUs: 6
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3195)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  Youth Mental Health First Aid course introduces common mental health challenges for youth, review typical adolescent development, and teaches a 5-step action plan for how to help young people in both crisis and non-crisis situations. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, substance use, disorders in which psychosis may occur, disruptive behavior disorders (including AD/HD), and eating disorders.
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 23Social Worker Symposium: Ethics of Self-Care (VIRTUAL)  Free for PDC
Friday
23
April
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Dr. Jayme Swanke, SIUE   CPDUs: 3
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Virtual
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3201)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  This virtual session is for K-12 social workers and will focus on recognizing the ethical responsibility social workers have to engage in self care, discussing compassion fatigue and social work impairment, understand the relationship between human connection and self-care, identify ways to establish connections to assist in self-care and participants will establish one SMART goal for ongoing self-care. Join Dr. Jayme Swanke, Ph.D., MSW, CADC as this session will focus on ethics while connecting social workers in a professional support network. Participants will earn 3 CEU hours.
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 2Principal/AP/Dean Breakaway  Free for PDC
Wednesday
2
June
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 11:30 AM   Cost: $ 75   Presenter: Dr. Sonya Murray   CPDUs: 0
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3181)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  Join your fellow administrators as we discuss current issues and topics while sharing leadership resources and strategies with EdPLus Leadership Development Specialist Dr. Sonya Murray.
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 3How to practically connect GVCs, CFAs, PLCs & RtI (K-12)  Free for PDC
Thursday
3
June
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Steve Oertle   CPDUs: 12
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3175)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  FREE FOR ALL This is a 2 day (June 3, 2021 & July 20, 2021) in person workshop, participants must attend both days. "Our plates are full!" "I'm barely treading water!" "We're building the plane while we're flying it!" These are all phrases that can commonly be heard coming from any school. While some things can be removed from our plates, many cannot. To be impactful, we need to fully understand how the most essential parts of effective school systems work together to systematically improve learning. This 2-part workshop will take participants from the 40,000 ft view above an Evidence-Based Educational Model down to the ground level of each critical component of the model. Each component will be examined individually and then connected to other components to clearly understand their symbiotic relationship. The 4 components that make up the model are a Guaranteed and Viable Curriculum (GVC), Common formative Assessments (CFAs), Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) and Response to Intervention (RTI). While each of these performs an essential role in the learning process, they each require the others to fully impact learning and to garner the effect sizes that are possible according to research. PLCs will be modeled as the critical component that manages, implements and monitors all aspects of the model. If you want to see the forest through the trees and gain clarity in what matters most, this is the workshop for you!
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 4Curriculum Director Roundtable  Free for Everyone
Friday
4
June
2021
Time: 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Dr Kelly West   CPDUs: 1.5
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3209)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  Join your fellow curriculum directors and/or district curriculum representatives as this newly formed PLN meets to discuss and share various curriculum materials, information and updates that are occurring in St. Clair County schools.
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 7K-12 Secretary Breakaway (PM Session)  Free for PDC
Monday
7
June
2021
Time: 12:00 PM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 60   Presenter: Guin Mundorf   CPDUs: 0
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3198)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  PDC-FREE, NON PDC-$60 Presenter: Barney Mundorf, Guin Mundorf LLC & Dr. Anni Reinking Join your fellow school secretarial colleagues for a jam-packed breakaway! Topics include: Legal Aspects of the Position (Student Records-Transfers/Confidentiality, Homeless, Residency and Custody) and Difficult Conversations: A Toolkit for Handling Real-Life Situations
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 8Youth Mental Health First Aid  Free for Everyone
Tuesday
8
June
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Jamie Martens-Perry   CPDUs: 6
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3211)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  Youth Mental Health First Aid course introduces common mental health challenges for youth, review typical adolescent development, and teaches a 5-step action plan for how to help young people in both crisis and non-crisis situations. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, substance use, disorders in which psychosis may occur, disruptive behavior disorders (including AD/HD), and eating disorders.
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 9Culturally Responsive Pedagogy & Classroom Management (K-12)  Free for PDC
Wednesday
9
June
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 300   Presenter: Dr. Jennifer Hernandez, SIU-E   CPDUs: 12
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3203)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  PDC-FREE, NON PDC-$300 This workshop is 2 full days June 9 and June 21, 2021. Must Attend BOTH days! This workshop teaches Cultural Responsive Pedagogy through research-based instructional strategies for all content areas. These strategies will include supplemental social justice content for each content area. Culturally Responsive Classroom Management practices will address school culture, community culture, and service in our classrooms. Educators will walk away with research based strategies for addressing classroom behavior and school culture. Topics will include functions of behavior, trauma, and descalation strategies. Suggested Participants: Teachers, Administrators, School Social Workers, Guidance Counselors, PBIS/RTI coaches and facilitators.
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 10Co-Teaching  Free for Everyone
Thursday
10
June
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Masons   CPDUs: 6
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3178)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  Two professionals are better than one! Join us in learning about how to implement a co-teaching model that benefits students of all abilities by pairing a general education teacher with a special education teacher. With inclusion on the rise, teachers are sharing classrooms more than ever and becoming an effective co-teaching partner is a teaching essential. With the onset of a new school year right around the corner, meanwhile, it's imperative to begin devising and building positive co-teaching strategies.
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 23Youth Mental Health First Aid  Free for Everyone
Wednesday
23
June
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Jamie Martens-Perry   CPDUs: 6
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3196)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  Youth Mental Health First Aid course introduces common mental health challenges for youth, review typical adolescent development, and teaches a 5-step action plan for how to help young people in both crisis and non-crisis situations. Topics covered include anxiety, depression, substance use, disorders in which psychosis may occur, disruptive behavior disorders (including AD/HD), and eating disorders.
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 19Backward Design for NGSS (5-8)  Free for PDC
Monday
19
July
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 150   Presenter: Jeannine Sheppard   CPDUs: 9
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3202)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  PDC-FREE, NON PDC-$150 This workshop is 1 1/2 days, July 19 (in person) and August 31 (virtual), participants must attend both sessions. Are you trying to make your science lessons in grades 5-8 more student-centered and inquiry-based? Are you struggling to find materials that address a specific NGSS standard? This workshop will walk you through the steps of backward design--unpacking the performance expectation, designing an assessment, planning phenomena, and anticipating student questions and opportunities for inquiry. Participants will leave in July with an outline for a unit they can implement with their students and have a virtual follow-up session in August to collaborate and discuss implementation. Participants should bring a laptop/chromebook and have a standard in mind for the day.
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 22RtI (Response to Intervention) at the Secondary Level  Free for Everyone
Thursday
22
July
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Masons   CPDUs: 6
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3179)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  So how does RtI fit into a Secondary Education Model? Over the past decade, Response to Intervention (RtI) has seen widespread use in schools as an effective way to promote student learning. The strategies are multi-tiered approaches to identify and address the learning needs of students. The interventions are programs and/or a set of steps to help kids improve at things they struggle with. They are also designed so that you and the school can track your child's progress. Come discover HOW you can implement a highly-successful RtI program into your high school!
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 23Second Chance Readers (Grades 3-8)  Free for Everyone
Friday
23
July
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Masons   CPDUs: 6
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3180)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  "Second-chance readers" are those who somehow, for multiple reasons, have fallen through the cracks of our schools. Don't ever assume that these struggling readers don't unlock the mystery of reading. Even when they have "attitude," don't misread that as a lack of interest. It's often just the opposite. They doubt their own abilities and carry humiliation, embarrassment and yes, anger because they feel like failures. Just know, they have a hidden urge to read like everyone else. Come learn about strategies to engage these readers.
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 26Google Ed Camp  Free for PDC
Monday
26
July
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM   Cost: $ 125   Presenter: David Lerch, Mae Scott, Amie Reed   CPDUs: 5
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3206)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  PDC-FREE, NON PDC-$125 Join us for an in-person Google Camp! Would you like to improve and expand on the materials you can offer to your students through e Learning/Remote Learning? This day will offer a wide variety of Google sessions and even some sessions above and beyond Google (Tech Tool Showcase, Google Tips for the Special Ed. Teacher, Jamming with Jambord, Organizing your digital life, Using Google Slides to Build a Bitmoji Classroom, Flipping for Flipgrid, google Level 1 Certification and more!) After you register for this workshop you will receive a Google Form to select your individual sessions. Each participant who completes the training will receive 5 PD hours. Come ready to jump into the world of google! These lessons will be repeated on July 27, 2021.
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 27Google Ed Camp  Free for PDC
Tuesday
27
July
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 2:00 PM   Cost: $ 125   Presenter: David Lerch, Mae Scott, Amie Reed   CPDUs: 5
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3207)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  PDC-FREE, NON PDC-$125 Join us for an in-person Google Camp! Would you like to improve and expand on the materials you can offer to your students through e Learning/Remote Learning? This day will offer a wide variety of Google sessions and even some sessions above and beyond Google (Tech Tool Showcase, Google Tips for the Special Ed. Teacher, Jamming with Jambord, Organizing your digital life, Using Google Slides to Build a Bitmoji Classroom, Flipping for Flipgrid, google Level 1 Certification and more!) After you register for this workshop you will receive a Google Form to select your individual sessions. Each participant who completes the training will receive 5 PD hours. Come ready to jump into the world of google! These lessons will be repeated on July 26, 2021.
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 28Student Assistance Program Team Training (K-12) (2 DAY WORKSHOP)  Free for Everyone
Wednesday
28
July
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Larry Newman   CPDUs: 12
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3187)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  THIS IS A 2 DAY WORKSHOP (JULY 28 & 29); EDUCATOR MUST ATTEND BOTH DAYS TO RECEIVE CREDIT The Student Assistance Program Team Training is an intensive, highly experiential training that serves a Team of five to eight educators. They are trained in how to identify, intervene with and create appropriate action plans for students who may be at risk for issues such as substance abuse, depression, suicide and violence. The program gives new or established Student Assistance Teams, concrete skills and strategies to begin or enhance the prevention and intervention process. The Student Assistance Program provides specific strategies for identification and Intervention in the areas of academics, health, behavior, and attendance and participants will leave with a specific plan for behavioral interventions, and a system for implementing a student assistance program in their schools. Participants will leave with 3 Completed Action Plans that address: Alcohol and other drug concerns, Bullying and Violence concerns, Depression and suicide issues, Individualized life skill intervention plan, Behavioral intervention plans, Multi-year Program Development Plans.
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 Look At My Happy Rainbow (PreK, K, 1) VIRTUAL  Free for PDC
Wednesday
28
July
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM   Cost: $ 80   Presenter: Matt Halpern   CPDUs: 4.5
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Virtual
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3183)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  Join Kindergarten teacher, Matt Halpern, in two interactive sessions. Session 1: Tips and Tools for Building Relationships with Students Building relationships with students isn’t simply a way to make our jobs as teachers more rewarding and fun. Teacher-Student relationships are one of the biggest indicators of academic success. Matt’s ideas and activities for building and deepening relationships with students are straight from his classroom. They are engaging, they empower children to be their best, and they’ll bring joy to any classroom-including yours! Session 2: Ready, Set, Play! Using Purposeful Play Across Your Day Create a plan for making purposeful play a regular part of your day-it’s how young students learn best! In this session, Matt takes you through different lessons and moves that involve play and deepen learning. In addition, review the research supporting play and be prepared to convince parents and administrators that opportunities to move throughout the day truly do help students learn. EDUCATORS MUST ATTEND BOTH SESSIONS TO RECEIVE CREDIT.
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 29Look At My Happy Rainbow (PreK, K, 1) VIRTUAL  Free for PDC
Thursday
29
July
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM   Cost: $ 80   Presenter: Matt Halpern   CPDUs: 4.5
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Virtual
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3184)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  Join Kindergarten teacher, Matt Halpern, in two interactive sessions. Session 1: Photo Plays: A New Way to Deepen Comprehension Awaken your readers with photo plays- the fun, engaging way to weave creativity and dramatic arts into your literacy instruction. Matt uses examples of student work, pictures, and video to guide you through the process of turning your students into stars of their very own photo plays. See how simple technology can help you create powerful photo plays that deepen your students’ comprehension. Session 2: Empower Your Students with Interactive Writing Interactive Writing is one of the most powerful tools teachers have to lift the level of writing in early childhood classrooms. Matt will help demystify this practice and give you tips and tools to make it a part of your regular practice across all areas of your day. You’ll see interactive writing in action, see examples from real classrooms, and learn how to have fun while engaging and empowering your students towards writing independence. EDUCATORS MUST ATTEND BOTH SESSIONS TO RECEIVE CREDIT.
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 30Paraprofessionals: Connecting & Building Relationships  Free for PDC
Friday
30
July
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM   Cost: $ 75   Presenter: Gigi Dowling-Urban   CPDUs: 4.5
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3212)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  In this workshop K-12 paraprofessionals will examine how to build positive, affirming relationships with students and fellow team members. Connection starts with you and the things about you that enrich the students with whom you work. Knowing what you bring to the table as well as how that fits into effective classroom management is key to having a classroom that is fun AND effective.
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 3Paraprofessionals: Connecting & Building Relationships  Free for PDC
Tuesday
3
August
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 1:00 PM   Cost: $ 75   Presenter: Gigi Dowling-Urban   CPDUs: 4.5
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3213)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  In this workshop K-12 paraprofessionals will examine how to build positive, affirming relationships with students and fellow team members. Connection starts with you and the things about you that enrich the students with whom you work. Knowing what you bring to the table as well as how that fits into effective classroom management is key to having a classroom that is fun AND effective.
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 5Unconventional Ed Tech Strategies VIRTUAL K-8  Free for PDC
Thursday
5
August
2021
Time: 8:00 AM - 11:00 AM   Cost: $ 6   Presenter: David Lerch, Marissa # 40   CPDUs: 3
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Virtual
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3210)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  Targeted audience: Librarians, Media Specialists, Music, Art, PE Educators In these three breakout sessions attendees will see ways they can use technology and ed tech tools to facilitate learning and streamline classroom objectives and learning goals. These sessions and concepts are perfect for nontraditional teachers! You'll learn best practices when running a non-graded classroom, how to implement these with in-person and remote learners, and have opportunities for hands-on learning and Q & A throughout.
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 1 AA # 1865 Principal Evaluator Skill Building  Admin Academy
Wednesday
1
September
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Jennifer Garrison   CPDUs: 0
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3194)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  PDC-$75, NON PDC-$125 (Lunch is included) This Administrator Academy seeks to improve interrater reliability in the assignment of performance evaluation ratings for principals. Using case studies, participants will collect evidence and use the Illinois Standards for Principal Evaluation to evaluate and rate principal performance. Participants will use data collected from the case studies and compare data to best practice for evaluating principals and assistant principals. This data will also be analyzed to prepare administrative and school-level professional development plans. In a collaborative and supportive way, participants will prepare a targeted professional development plan that considers past results and contributes to professional and personal growth. This plan will be aligned to the school improvement plan. The instructional environment indicators will be analyzed. The purpose of the evaluation plan will be to communicate the outcomes and findings in such a manner that the principals and assistant principals set goals for improvement. Participants will analyze their personal biases while making these decisions. PARTICPANTS MUST COMPLETE AND SUBMIT APPLICATION/DISSEMINATION PRIOR TO LEAVING THE ROE ON SEPTEMBER 1.
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 27 AA #3675 Leadership Lessons Learned from Gettysburg  Admin Academy
Monday
27
September
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 0   Presenter: Annette Hartleib & Julie Wollerman   CPDUs: 6
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3189)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  PDC $75, Non PDC $125 For three tumultuous days in 1863, Gettysburg was the backdrop for one of the Civil War's most dynamic encounters. Decisions made, opportunities missed, passions sparked and conversations avoided changed the course of our country. During this administrator academy we will look at Gettysburg's leaders, lessons and legacy with a clear, contemporary purpose: to set the stage for you to prepare for your greatest challenges.
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  AA #1445 An Introduction to Effective Coaching for Principal Evaluation  Admin Academy
Wednesday
27
October
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 125   Presenter: Matt Stines, Grant #110   CPDUs: 6
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3205)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  PDC-$75, NON PDC-$125, lunch is included This course will offer superintendents a framework for facilitative and instructional coaching to be used with building principals and others within an administrative team to maximize principal evaluation effectiveness and impact. Superintendents will learn essentials of leadership coaching to be used to enhance the principal evaluation process, which ultimately is designed to improve principal effectiveness. Outcomes: • Participants will understand the requisite skills for effective coaching, including active listening, questioning, focus, curiosity, presence and a deep understanding of the administrator's (client) needs for professional growth. • Participants will understand the relationship between the six ISLCC Standards and effective leadership practices. • Participants will understand the key components in coaching principals to identify issues, overcome barriers, and design effective systems change within their organization for principal professional growth leading to improved student achievement.
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 1 AA # 3752 Responding to Discrimination on the Basis of Sex in K-12  Admin Academy
Monday
1
November
2021
Time: 8:30 AM - 3:30 PM   Cost: $ 100   Presenter: Stephanie Jones, Kriha Boucek LLC   CPDUs: 0
Location: St. Clair County Regional Office of Education - Conference A
Contact: Richard Andell
 (events@sccroe50.org)   Phone: (618) 825-3900  Fax: (618) 825-3999
  List Roster    Details: (Event ID = 3208)   Registration: [Register or Cancel ONLINE]  Cost: PDC-$50, NON PDC-$100 Title IX of the Education amendments Act of 1972 20 USC 51681 et seq is a federal law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in any federally funded education program or activity, including K-12 public schools. Title IX was first signed into law on June 23, 1972 and is considered a civil rights statute. The Title IX regulations 34 CFR Part 106 were significantly amended in 2020 and will be effective on August 14, 2020. The new regulations contain six distinct requirements for K-12 school systems all six outcomes will be addressed in this course: 1. Program compliance athletics/extra-curricular activities and instructional courses single sex/co-educational. 2. Adopt Title IX policies and procedures that comply with current law. 3. Monitor and report Title IX violations systemic and individual. 4. Investigate Title IX complaints formal and informal. 5. Conduct Title IX hearing proceedings optional for K-12 school systems. 6. Communicate investigation results and offer supportive measures interim and formal.
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