Upcoming Professional Development Workshops
Regional Office of Education #1 offers professional development workshops for K-12 teachers and administrators.
120 S Lafayette
The Data Dive is an opportunity to come together with peers to jointly look at designation data to better understand the factors driving a school’s designation. Attendees should bring any available local data as well as 2019 summative designation scores report, which can be found in SIS. Attendees should also bring an electronic device to get into the Student Information System during the meeting.
Outcomes: The session will assist school and district leaders and their improvement teams with identifying what data suggests the school should do next in the development or implementation of their school improvement plan.
JOIN US TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BASICS OF DIABETES MANAGEMENT AND HOW YOU CAN HELP SUPPORT YOUR DIABETIC STUDENTS
The goal of this training is to ensure that staff members are prepared to assist their diabetic students during a diabetic event such as hypoglycemia.
HyperDocs create an interactive learning experience for students, allowing them to explore content, create and curate digital artifacts that demonstrate what they know, think, feel, and understand. This workshop will explore the ideas behind Hyperdocs and student choice. Participants will have guided time to create activities using a variety of G Suite Apps for Education to use with their students immediately.
Are you new to G Suite for Education? This workshop will explore the ins-and-outs of the G Suite Apps for Education. From Google Drive to Docs to Gmail and Classroom. We will explore how you can get the most out of your G Suite experience! Please bring a Chromebook with you to get the most out of this training.
Computing skills are the most sought-after and highest-paying in the US job market, with demand growing 3X the national average. Yet fewer than 1 in 5 computer science graduates are women, and that number is declining.
To close the gender gap in technology, we must teach girls not only how to positively impact their community through code, but also how to be brave and resilient — which has an enormous impact on how they approach challenges and whether they stick with coding in the years to come. Since its inception in 2012, Girls Who Code has been leading this movement to increase the number of women in tech and change the image of what a programmer looks like and does. The international organization has reached nearly 185,000 young girls, who are choosing to major in CS and related fields at 15 times the national average.
During this interactive session, we will be featuring our Girls Who Code Clubs, which are completely free afterschool programs for 6th-12th grade girls to join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models and use computer science to change the world. Through fun and interactive curricula, Club girls not only learn about how to positively impact their community through code, but they also are taught to be brave and resilient — which has enormous impact on how they approach challenges and whether they stick with coding in the years to come.
The workshop will prepare participants to take the Google Educator Level 1 certification exam. Level 1 certification indicates a fundamental understanding of using Google Tools in the classroom and confirms standard technology implementation skills. Educators who pass the certification test will be able to advertise their status with a personalized certificate and badge. Certification lasts 36 months. You will receive a voucher to take the Google Level 1 Exam for free. Participants should bring a Chromebook or laptop to this workshop.
ROE #1 Payment Information
Payment(s) must be made in advance by sending a check or school purchase order accompanied by a copy of the registration(s). Please send all payments to:
Regional Office of Education #1
ATTN: Professional Development
507 Vermont St., Suite 104
Quincy, IL 62301
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.
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