Upcoming Professional Development Workshops

ALL IN-PERSON PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT IS SUSPENDED FOR THE MONTH OF JUNE AND JULY 2020. 

Please come to all in-person PD events with your IEIN number.  You will need this information for your sign in sheet.  If you do not know your IEIN, you can get it by clicking on this link. https://sec3.isbe.net/IWASNET/login.aspx

 

July 21 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Flip, Dip, Sprinkle (Flip Your Lesson)

Audience:
Fee: $Free
PD Clock Hours: 1.5
Presenter: Emily Pool, 3rd Grade Teacher, Rooney Elementary Seesaw Ambassador since 2017
Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    Using digital tools: plan, deliver, & connect learning digitally! Any ice cream cone is good, but when you dip in covering and add sprinkles – it’s even better! With les, we have the content and the knowledge, but in this digital age and remote learning situations – learning and teaching can be even better! In this session participants will learn strategies to FLIP TEACHING: plan, execute and deliver learning virtually or support in classroom. DIP into multiple apps/programs: smash together multiple digital tools to make lessons that your students can access to achieve. SPRINKLE bits of fun and function into digital teaching. In this session, I’ll share my “set-up”, planning, taping and follow up feedback with students. Basic knowledge of google drive and classroom/Seesaw (or desire to learn) is helpful. Any grade/level.

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    July 21 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

    AP Classroom Workshop

    Audience: All Educators and Administrators
    Fee: $Free
    PD Clock Hours: 3
    Presenter: Asa Gordon
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    In this session, we will discuss the new AP resources made available this year, and answer questions about the AP Course and Exam Descriptions. The goal is to help teachers and curriculum directors understand how to utilize the four new resources and to navigate AP Classroom. Teachers will engage in interactive activities to review instructional strategies, create and assign assessments with the AP Question Bank, and examine data from the Performance Dashboard. If teachers have experience with navigating the AP Classroom resources, the workshop will focus on how teachers and curriculum directors are utilizing the Course and Exam Descriptions and take an in depth look at the formative and summative questions.

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    July 21 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

    Strategies to Keep Yourself “Present”

    Audience: All Educators and Administrators
    Fee: $Free
    PD Clock Hours: 1.5
    Presenter: Dot Nelson & Tracy Schlepphorst
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    Focusing on the present moment will change your and your students’ perspective for the task at hand. Staying present relieves anxiety and allows you and your students to put first things first. We will discuss ways to stay present in order to be more productive, optimistic, and creative. We will offer tips for how you and your students can stay present and reap the benefits. Register for Workshop >>

    July 22 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

    Leading with Courage: Planning for the fall from a brain-based lens

    Audience: Administrators
    Fee: $Free
    PD Clock Hours: 1
    Presenter: Abby Lyons, ROE #17 SEL Coach
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    Stress is not inherently bad. The dose, type, and time in which we experience stress can dictate its impact on our bodies and brains. In this session, we will discuss what types of stress have been experienced during COVID-19 and what that means for administrators, staff, students, and caregivers next fall (and beyond). Register for Workshop >>

    July 23 @ 8:15 am - 9:45 am

    Seesaw Basics

    Audience: All Educators and Administrators
    Fee: $Free
    PD Clock Hours: 1.5
    Presenter: Emily Pool, 3rd Grade Teacher, Rooney Elementary Seesaw Ambassador since 2017
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    Possibly, one of my favorite tools to engage students, involve and connect parents and organize this digital life! In Seesaw students can share work, use creative tools and capture learning (from home or school!) Parents love Seesaw to see what their child is working on and teacher feedback. Come join the sharing fun! A GREAT tool for digital learning and sharing. Geared to K-5, but tool is applicable any grade.

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    July 23 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 am

    Leading with Courage: Planning for the fall from a brain-based lens

    Audience: Administrators
    Fee: $Free
    PD Clock Hours: 1
    Presenter: Abby Lyons, ROE #17 SEL Coach
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    Stress is not inherently bad. The dose, type, and time in which we experience stress can dictate its impact on our bodies and brains. In this session, we will discuss what types of stress have been experienced during COVID-19 and what that means for administrators, staff, students, and caregivers next fall (and beyond).

    Register for Workshop >>

    July 24 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

    Seesaw Advanced

    Audience: All Educators and Administrators
    Fee: $Free
    PD Clock Hours: 1.5
    Presenter: Emily Pool, 3rd Grade Teacher, Rooney Elementary Seesaw Ambassador since 2017
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    With this class, we will practice making activities, attaching to news, explore the many ways that Seesaw can be used as a super tool to connect and engage. This session is meant for educators who have basic knowledge of Seesaw and its functions. We will learn how to provide powerful feedback to students and utilize the power to connect with
    families.

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    July 28 @ 2:30 pm - 4:00 pm

    Expectations vs Beliefs

    Audience: All Educators and Administrators
    Fee: $Free
    PD Clock Hours: 1.5
    Presenter: Dot Nelson & Tracy Schlepphorst
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    How can we best prepare ourselves for the new normal that is being outlined for 20/21? What are your expectations and beliefs about the sustainability of the changes as dictated by the CDC in relation to COVID-19? It’s essential to understand how these new expectations align with your personal beliefs to obtain the best possible outcome for your students. Register for Workshop >>

    July 29 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

    How to create a Youtube Channel and Videos for Your Classroom

    Audience: All Educators and Administrators
    Fee: $Free
    PD Clock Hours: 3
    Presenter: Lisa Schwartz
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

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    July 29 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

    Flip, Dip, Sprinkle (Flip Your Lesson)

    Audience: All Educators and Administrators
    Fee: $Free
    PD Clock Hours: 1.5
    Presenter: Emily Pool, 3rd Grade Teacher, Rooney Elementary Seesaw Ambassador since 2017
    Food:
  • N/A
  • Location: Virtual Via Zoom

    Using digital tools: plan, deliver, & connect learning digitally! Any ice cream cone is good, but when you dip in covering and add sprinkles – it’s even better! With les, we have the content and the knowledge, but in this digital age and remote learning situations – learning and teaching can be even better! In this session participants will learn strategies to FLIP TEACHING: plan, execute and deliver learning virtually or support in classroom. DIP into multiple apps/programs: smash together multiple digital tools to make lessons that your students can access to achieve. SPRINKLE bits of fun and function into digital teaching. In this session, I’ll share my “set-up”, planning, taping and follow up feedback with students. Basic knowledge of google drive and classroom/Seesaw (or desire to learn) is helpful. Any grade/level.

    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. 

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    August 6th, 2020 - This is a free, civics education workshop workshop for middle level social studies teachers.  This program is sponsored by the School of Education at WIU and the Robert R. McCormick Foundation. The flyer provides additional details and a link to register for this event.  Click here to learn more.