Upcoming Professional Development Workshops

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October 18 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Substitute License Training for Short-Term Substitute Teaching

Audience: Future Short Term Substitute Teachers, Future Regular Substitute Teachers, and Current Substitute Teachers
PD Clock Hours: N/A
Presenter: Johnna Terwelp, ROE #1 Professional Learning Coordinator
Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual

    If you have an Associate’s degree OR have completed 60 or more semester hours of college coursework, YOU could be a substitute teacher for area schools.

     

    You must complete this training and pay a $25.00 application fee, and then you are ready to apply for substitute positions in surrounding Illinois districts. You will be able to substitute in all grades of public schools, pre-kindergarten through grade 12. A short-term substitute license will be valid until June 30, 2023.

     

    Although not required for regular substitute teachers, the training is also open and available to those educators as well. Register for Workshop >>

    October 21 @ 8:30 am - 2:00 pm

    Drones in the Classroom

    Audience: All Educators
    Fee: $155.00
    PD Clock Hours: 6
    Presenter: Ben Sondgeroth
    Food:
  • Lunch Provided
  • Location: Payson High School – Library

    As drones continue to grow in both popularity and functionality, businesses are rapidly expanding their uses of these unmanned aerial vehicles. In turn, districts looking for new ways to prepare their students for the changing workforce economy can add drones to their curriculum and watch their students’ engagement with real-world content take flight!

     

    Come learn how in this hands-on workshop! Drone expert and enthusiast Ben Sondgeroth will be on hand to offer an introduction to drone terminology, safety issues, legal concerns, and drone options, as well as best practices for implementing drones into the curriculum. Participants will also have the chance to explore the setup and operation of a drone using one of today’s most popular models. As an added bonus, participants who attend this workshop will walk away with a Tello drone of their own to bring back to their classroom.

    October 24 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

    SEL Series: Emotion Cycles Regulate Yourself to Regulate Your Students

    Audience: Educators, Mental Health Workers, Support Staff, Admins, anyone who works with children!
    PD Clock Hours: 1
    Presenter: Leslie Vigor
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    Learn about YOUR Emotion Cycles, and how to regulate them. The skills you learn will help you in your everyday teaching and living. This topic can be easily taught to your students and colleagues.

    Register for Workshop >>

    November 1 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

    Caregiver Relationship Series: Understanding the Caregiver’s Perspective

    Audience: Anyone who works with children and their caregivers
    PD Clock Hours: 1
    Presenter: Johnna Terwelp
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    This workshop will delve into understanding the 21st century caregiver. “Seek first to understand then to be understood” is a famous quote from Stephen Covey. It’s famous for a reason. To work well with others, it is important to first acknowledge their perspectives. This one hour Zoom presentation will help you form good relationships with the most important people in your students’ lives by helping you to understand them better.

     

    This is the first in a three-part series. However, it is not necessary to attend all three.

    Register for Workshop >>

    November 3 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

    The Science of Reading Research: What Does It Mean for the Balanced Literacy Teacher?

    Audience: PK – 2 Educators
    PD Clock Hours: 1
    Presenter: Johnna Terwelp
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    Education is a research-based profession. However, learning about new research can be difficult when dealing with all your teaching responsibilities. This workshop will give you a quick overview of the most recent reading research and what that means for you and your classroom. You are already doing great things; we will discuss a few small shifts that could make it even better!

    Register for Workshop >>

    November 16 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

    Substitute License Training for Short-Term Substitute Teaching

    Audience: Future Short Term Substitute Teachers, Future Regular Substitute Teachers, and Current Substitute Teachers
    PD Clock Hours: N/A
    Presenter: Johnna Terwelp, ROE #1 Professional Learning Coordinator
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual

    If you have an Associate’s degree OR have completed 60 or more semester hours of college coursework, YOU could be a substitute teacher for area schools.

     

    You must complete this training and pay a $25.00 application fee, and then you are ready to apply for substitute positions in surrounding Illinois districts. You will be able to substitute in all grades of public schools, pre-kindergarten through grade 12. A short-term substitute license will be valid until June 30, 2023.

     

    Although not required for regular substitute teachers, the training is also open and available to those educators as well. Register for Workshop >>

    November 17 @ 8:00 am - 3:30 pm

    Safe Schools: Interrupting Bullying and Establishing a Culture of Connection

    Audience: Educators, Admin, Mental Health Professionals etc.
    PD Clock Hours: 6.5
    Presenter: Krista Leh, Ed.D of Resonance Education Consulting
    Food:
  • Lunch Provided
  • Location: The Atrium on Third
    201 South 3rd Street
    Quincy, IL

    This workshop is designed to teach concrete, immediate prevention and intervention skills that deal with the issues of conflict, anger, bullying, and mistreatment. Educators will learn what to look for and where as well as ways to interrupt bullying and mistreatment. Special attention will be centered on how to establish a culture of connection with and among students.

    6.5 Educator PD Hours
    6.5 SW, LCPC, or RN CEUs

    *There will be a 1 hour follow up zoom on December 15th from 3:30-4:40.

    Register for Workshop >>

    November 28 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

    SEL Series: Empowering Stories Create an Empowered YOU

    Audience: Educators, Mental Health Workers, Support Staff, Admins, anyone who works with children!
    PD Clock Hours: 1
    Presenter: Leslie Vigor
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    When we tell ourselves the right kind of stories, we create resilient brains. Learn how we craft our own regulation through positive thinking and emotion cycles.  This topic is easily teachable to your students and staff.

    Register for Workshop >>

    November 29 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

    Caregiver Relationship Series: Put the Spotlight on the Positive

    Audience: Anyone who works with children and their caregivers
    PD Clock Hours: 1
    Presenter: Johnna Terwelp
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    This workshop will discuss how to set up positive relationships with children’s caregivers. Positive relationships between home and school are proven to help children succeed. This workshop will look at simple ways you can communicate the positive to your students’ caregivers and help them to be partners in their children’s education.

     

    This is the second in a three-part series. However, it is not necessary to attend all three.

    Register for Workshop >>

    December 1 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

    “The Book Whisperer” Virtual Book Study

    Audience: Grades 4-8 ELA Educators
    PD Clock Hours: 10 for course work and 1 per Zoom session
    Presenter: Johnna Terwelp
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual via Zoom and Teachable

    Almost all children love books and reading when they are young. As they age this love of reading often fades. Why and what can we as reading teachers do to change this? This book study will answer those questions through Donalyn Miller’s groundbreaking book, The Book Whisperer. It will also touch upon her other books and the work of Pernille Ripp. Through this book study, you will learn concrete ways to create a culture of readers in your classroom.

    The first 15 to register will get a free book!

    There is a Teachable component to this book study.

    The first assignment will be available starting on November 3 and must be done before the Zoom meeting on December 1. There will be additional Zoom meetings on January 5 and February 9.

    More information will come via email on October 27.

    Register for Workshop >>

    December 6 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

    “Take Control of the Noisy Class – Chaos to Calm” Virtual Book Study

    Audience: All Educators
    PD Clock Hours: 15 for course work and 1 per Zoom session
    Presenter: Johnna Terwelp
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual via Zoom and Teachable

    Classroom management has always been one of the hardest aspects of teaching, and it has not gotten easier in the last couple of years. Rob Plevin’s book gives clear and easy to follow routines that will transform your classroom into the classroom of your dreams. He discusses all aspects of classroom management and how to improve them.

    The first 15 to register will get a free book!

     

    There is a Teachable component to this book study.

    The first assignments will be available starting on October 25 and must be done before the Zoom meeting on December 6.

    More information will come via email on October 18.

    Register for Workshop >>

    December 14 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    Substitute License Training for Short-Term Substitute Teaching

    Audience: Future Short Term Substitute Teachers, Future Regular Substitute Teachers, and Current Substitute Teachers
    PD Clock Hours: N/A
    Presenter: Johnna Terwelp, ROE #1 Professional Learning Coordinator
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual

    If you have an Associate’s degree OR have completed 60 or more semester hours of college coursework, YOU could be a substitute teacher for area schools.

     

    You must complete this training and pay a $25.00 application fee, and then you are ready to apply for substitute positions in surrounding Illinois districts. You will be able to substitute in all grades of public schools, pre-kindergarten through grade 12. A short-term substitute license will be valid until June 30, 2023.

     

    Although not required for regular substitute teachers, the training is also open and available to those educators as well. Register for Workshop >>

    December 19 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

    SEL Series: Building YOUR Community One Relationship at a Time

    Audience: Educators, Mental Health Workers, Support Staff, Admins, anyone who works with children!
    PD Clock Hours: 1
    Presenter: Leslie Vigor
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    When building your community, it is important to know how YOU function within your world. We will explore what kind of listeners we are, how to build trusting relationships, and the four parts of building a supportive community.  This topic is easily teachable to your students and staff.

    Register for Workshop >>

    January 10, 2023 @ 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

    Caregiver Relationship Series: Being a Positive Communicator When Dealing with the Negative

    Audience: Anyone who works with children and their caregivers
    PD Clock Hours: 1
    Presenter: Johnna Terwelp
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    Unfortunately, not all communication with a child’s caregiver is easy. Sometimes there is a need to have discussions that deal with hard topics or situations. Dealing with those tough conversations can be trying even for the most experienced professional. This workshop will give you tips on managing your body language, message, and tone in difficult situations.

    This is the third in a three-part series. However, it is not necessary to attend all three.

    Register for Workshop >>

    ROE #1 Worskhop Payment Information

    All workshop payments must be made electronically in advance via credit/debit card or school purchase order. 

    ROE #1 Workshop Cancellation Policy

    No refunds will be provided for workshops. 

    ROE #1 reserves the right to cancel a workshop due to low registration enrollment, presenter cancellation, and/or other unforeseen circumstances.  All fees will be returned if a workshop is cancelled.