Join our free, virtual networking for #instructionalcoaches February 3 at 2:30 PM CST. Register here https://bit.ly/FebICNetworking. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
Don't miss this chance to register for #free for #SpEd #networking with school attorney Brandon Wright @bwright_mtbfm. Register now at https://bit.ly/JanSpEd.
You won't want to miss this! Equity in the Classroom with Monica Washington @TexasTOY2014 starts January 5. Register now! http://bit.ly/3mmNhXj
School attorney Brandon Wright @bwright_mtbfm joins us to answer your questions in our #networking session January 14 at 2:30. Register for #FREE: https://bit.ly/JanSpEd
#Equity in Policies & Procedures, Activities & Relationships, and Curriculum with Monica Washington @TexasTOY2014. Register for the 3-part series: http://bit.ly/3mmNhXj
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Kristen has a passion for making her classroom fun and engaging for all students. Her activities are student centered and focused on individual needs. She is always striving to improve and become a better educator. Additionally, she has a strong desire to make Salt Fork North Elementary a better place. She is willing to help out in a wide variety of ways and always there for others.
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Emily has taught at VASE for 3 years. She is an amazing advocate for her students and families. She is constantly looking for new, creative and innovative teaching stratagies. Emily has a deep passion for teaching and seeing success in her students learning and growth. She was recently awarded grant money to provide interacitve lessons with her students during remote learning. Emily is highly respected by staff within each of her servicing buildings. She collaborates with her staff to meets students needs. VASE is lucky to have her!
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Mr. Hightower is our head custodian at Garfield Elementary, in Danville, and he goes above and beyond for our students and staff daily. He builds authentic relationships with our students in addition to helping keep them healthy and safe. There have been many additional tasks given to our custodial staff due to Covid-19 and Mr. Hightower has accepted the change and remained diligent, always working with a positive attitude. I know whether I ask Mr. Hightower to do a clean up or escort students in the hallway, he is always willing and attentive to every request. Thank you Mr. Hightower for all of your hard work!
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Mrs. Wills is a 4th grade teacher at Meade Park Elementary School. Mrs. Wills does an excellent job of building relationships with each of her students and helping them to reach their full potential. As a full time remote teacher, Mrs. Wills has created an environment in which her students enjoy logging into on a daily basis. Whether she’s teaching in a costume, using humor, or challenging her students to raise the bar, Mrs. Wills is providing her students with experiences that promote personal and academic growth.
Looking for an #instructionalcoaching community? Join our free, virtual networking. Next meeting is January 6 at 2:30 PM CST. Register at https://bit.ly/JanICNetworking. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
#Special educators: ask school attorney Brandon Wright @bwright_mtbfm your questions in a #networking session January 14 at 2:30. Register for #FREE: https://bit.ly/JanSpEd
Join us for a three-part series: Equity in the Classroom with @TexasTOY2014 Monica Washington http://bit.ly/3mmNhXj
@TexasTOY2014 Monica Washington shares ways to implement #equitable and #inclusive curriculum in the final installment of our three-part series on February 2. Don't miss this one! http://bit.ly/3mmNhXj
#Special #educators, you won't want to miss this. Join us for #free, #virtual #networking with #SchoolLaw #attorney Brandon Wright January 14 at 2:30 PM CST. Register at https://bit.ly/JanSpEd. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Paxton-Buckley-Loda's teacher, Hillary Sawyer, has taken on the brand new role of “remote learning coordinator”. She has been a liaison to our families, provided PD for teachers, has assisted with technology resources and continues to support students who are in-person. Hillary is also our JH Scholastic Bowl coach and has experience teaching EL & gifted populations. She’s a "go-to" among our teacher leaders.
Patricia has taught in Danville District 118 for many years. She is always very eager to learn new things and adapt to new situations. This year she has demonstrated great patience and flexibility, and has been willing to teach wherever duty calls. Mrs. Muniru has taught multiple grade levels, learned new programs, and adapted well to a virtual world this year. We appreciate her dedication to the students in District 118. Thank you for all you do, Patricia.
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Mrs. Poulson is a Kindergarten Teacher at Meade Park Elementary School and also serves as the building PBIS Coordinator. In addition to being an excellent teacher and an amazing resource to her students, she is also the glue that holds our staff together! Mrs. Poulson will often take the initiative to develop activities or initiatives to keep staff morale high during these challenging times. Mrs. Poulson advocates for her students and treats each kid like one of her own. Mrs. Poulson exemplifies everything that’s good at the Park!
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Ms. Andrea Palmer is an amazing teacher that goes above and beyond for her students on a daily basis. Ms. Palmer is a teacher that is highly respected throughout the building by both staff and students. Ms. Palmer's professionalism, high expectations for students, positive perspective, and genuine care for staff and students make her a "Rock Star" teacher at Salt Fork High School!
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Mrs. Alison Bartlow, at Armstrong Township High School, continually works to make sure students have the opportunities to be successful. She will help out in anyway she can. She will make sure papers and even lunches get delivered to remote learners when needed. She pushes all students to be the best they can be. She doesn't let students give up.
Officer Beth Damilano has been serving the families and students of Oakwood School District through providing social emotional support and doing wellness checks on our students and families to identify needs and provide resources during the pandemic. She shows up every day with a smile wrapped in compassion, service, and care for the well-being of our staff and students. She is a champion!
Build inclusive activities and relationships in the equitable classroom with @TexasTOY2014 Monica Washington on January 20 from 3:30-5:00. Register now: http://bit.ly/3mmNhXj
Last call! Training for school support staff on student records and communication. Register now: https://bit.ly/2020SupportStaff
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Heather Schwartz - Urbana #116 Heather was nominated based on the impact she makes here at Urbana Early Childhood School. Heather is a leader within our building. She supports her fellow colleagues with instructional practices that are developmentally appropriate for young students. She leads through example by sharing ideas and helping to solve problems others might be facing when navigating online learning. She develops new opportunities for teachers to engage their students in learning. For example, she created a STEAM lab in the school filled with an abundance of materials so teachers could introduce STEAM to students in a new and engaging way. Heather engages her students in online learning by providing fun and engaging opportunities to learn key concepts. Heather works hard to keep the lines of communication open for her families. This is evident by her student's attendance totals month after month being at or above 80%. If you had the opportunity to peek into her world, you will often times find Heather working late into the night creating individualized Seesaw activities or working on power points to present beneficial information to teachers. Through this adventure of online learning, Heather has maintained a positive attitude while also keeping a solution-oriented mindset.
STAFF SPOTLIGHT - Cassidy Jones, Noel Hatcher, Jackie Walsh and Morgan Williams - Urbana #116 All 4 of these teachers at Dr. King Elementary school have done incredible work preparing remote learning lessons for their students. They are progressive in finding ways to engage all students using a variety of online platforms including Google Slides, Google Classroom, Peardeck, Nearpod, Kahoot, Breakout EDU, etc. They are willing to share their knowledge and model lessons with their colleagues. They have been inspirational to me! It's fun to pop into their classes and see what they are using to keep their students motivated and engaged.
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: This year, in an attempt to keep class sizes small, we've divided our fifth grade classes into three sections. However, at Fisher Grade School, we only have two fifth grade teachers. This means that Mrs. Remington divides her time evenly between the three different fifth grade sections. Mrs. Remington has been teaching from a rolling cart all year, transitioning between rooms every 90 minutes of instruction. Although Mrs. Remington typically teaches all subject areas, this year she has departmentalized to teach Reading, ELA & Science. In her 35th year as a teacher, Erin continues to integrate new technology and strategies to engage her students. Mrs. Remington's positive attitude and excitement for learning invigorate both the students and staff around her!
How do you ensure your policies and procedures are equitable? Join @TexasTOY2014 Monica Washington for a 3-part series on #Equity in the #Classroom. Register now: http://bit.ly/3mmNhXj
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Ms. Boyd, of Hertiage CUDS #8, has been our school nurse working out of the Homer K-8 building for 18 years. Before COVID became an issue, she was already viewed as one of the most respected and liked staff members in our district and with the onset of COVID, her value to us has gone up exponentially.
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: This is Stacey Rickard's first year at Salt Fork High School. She has dove head first into our FFA program and done an outstanding job with our kids. Her passion for Agriculture and FFA is second to none. She has already made a mark on our FFA program, winning our first soil judging contest of the year. Her upbeat, positive attitude is infectious and inspiring, especially during these tough times.
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Vermilion Association of Special Education (VASE) Jessica has spent countless hours creating and providing Google Classroom and GoGuardian trainings for our staff during the first semester. She works full-time as a special education teacher, but she still carves out time to assist with technology concerns. Jessica listens to the needs of her colleagues and creates personalized trainings. Our remote learning plan has been successful because of her efforts to assist everyone else. As a special education teacher, Jessica meets the needs of all of her students by differentiating and using small groups. Her students struggle with their managing their emotions, and she helps teach them better ways to cope.
Looking for your community? Join us for free, #virtual #networking for #special #education #teachers December 10 at 2:30 PM CST. Register at https://bit.ly/DecSpEd. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Who can say they have Spider Man for a P.E. teacher? The students at Potomac Grade School can! Mr. Lubinski finds any way possible to help motivate healthy lifestyles for his students and promote physical fitness. Whether in person or remote, Mr. Lubinski challenges students to set goals, exercise, and have fun.
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Libby Torbit has been a leading force in implementing our remote learning this school year. She has taken on this challenge and been a trailblazer for what we can offer our students who are learning from home. She has developed a wealth of knowledge through this time that will prove to be invaluable as we move forward. Even though this year has been a challenge she has never wavered in her caring attitude toward all students at Salt Fork School District!
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Mrs. Lindenmeyer teachers Dual Credit English and English III at St. Joseph-Ogden High School. She possesses an unmatched ability to make connections with her students and get the most out of their potential. She has been able to adapt to everything COVID has thrown at her classroom and continue to offer students and incredibly high level of learning. She is consistently on the the search for ways to improve the quality of learning in her classroom and is not afraid to take risk in trying out new ideas. Mrs. Lindenmeyer's students know she genuinely cares about their learning and their personal well being. They appreciate the level of education she helps facilitate and trusts that the rigor she demands of them is in their best interest. The qualities that make Mrs. Lindenmeyer a great teacher have continued to shine during COVID and she has served as a model of excellence and perseverance for her students.
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Mrs. Nuss is the glue of Gibson City- Melvin- Sibley District. She bridges the 3 buildings with curriculum and communication. She actively engages staff, students, families, and community in all things GCMS. Over the past 8 months Mrs. Nuss has gone above and beyond to communicate, collaborate, and support and manage the evolving demands of K-12 education during a trying time!
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Ms. Johnson serves as the Transportation and Food Service Director for the Salt Fork School District. During the COVID pandemic, she has demonstrated leadership and flexibility during these uncertain times. She has worked closely with our bus drivers to ensure that we have accurate seating charts to help with contact tracing. She has worked with our kitchen staff when we need to pivot from in-person learning to remote learning to make sure students are being fed. She has even delivered lunches personally to students on a few occasions when parents have been unable to pick them up. Ms. Johnson goes out of her way to look out for others, always doing it with a smile, a kind word, and a positive attitude.
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Mr. Balgeman is the consummate professional. He can be counted on among his peers and has great connections with all students at Georgetown Ridge Farm High School. He actively collaborates within the professional learning community and with parents and families. Taylor is an exceptionally dedicated, knowledgeable, and skilled teacher. He is currently the teacher leader in our math department, along with advising our student senate. One of the things he most enjoys about teaching, is being able to make a difference within our diverse population of students. Our district is lucky to have Mr. Balgeman!
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: Mrs. Coburn has been invaluable throughout the pandemic. She has developed a Google form that served as the landing pad for district teachers, students, and parents in the spring. She helped identify digital curriculum that has been the anchor for our curriculum during the school year. She has procured, inventoried, and helped distribute over 1,300 devices for our students. Because of her expertise, patience, and guidance every student, teacher, administrator, and parent has benefitted in our district. She has served the students of Westville with exemplary effort in a time of immense need.
School #support staff are essential to school #culture and success. Don't miss out on this #training. Register now: https://bit.ly/2020SupportStaff
Register for free, virtual networking for #instructionalcoaches today! We meet December 2 at 2:30 PM CST. https://bit.ly/DecICNetworking @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
STAFF SPOTLIGHT: The Bismarck-Henning Elementary School would like to share their appreciation for Jackie Hupfer. Mrs. Hupfer is a retired teacher who has a huge heart and deep love for children and teaching. She started the year off as a full-time substitute in a kindergarten class and, like other educators, had to learn and relearn a mountain of new skills to help make this school year happen. Mrs. Hupfer has ensured that her students have had an amazing start to their kindergarten year and that they were ready for when their normal classroom teacher returned. Jackie is always willing to help around the elementary school even when she is not subbing. On a regular basis she volunteers to work with students to help them learn new words and has helped Bismarck Blessings with their community food drive. Mrs. Hupfer's years of experience and expertise have been an asset to the staff this year in helping navigate what’s best to do for kids. The entire staff at BHES appreciates everything that Mrs. Hupfer does for us.
TEACHER SPOTLIGHT Mrs. Walder has taught at John Greer Elementary for 5 years. Mrs. Walder volunteered to pilot a remote teaching venture during quarantine. With a chromebook, document camera, and Smart TV, Mrs. Walder joined her classroom each day to provide instruction with the support of an adult on-site. Mrs. Walder's virtual presence in the classroom was invaluable to continuity of instruction and student engagement. At one point, Mrs. Walder and another teacher simultaneously taught small group lessons to leveled groups of students who were on their chromebooks. Mrs. Walder is to be commended for her dedication to the education of her 5th grade students!
@TomSchimmer presents "REMOTE Grading and Assessment...HELP!" November 16 & 17. Register now. Space is limited! www.bit.ly/SchimmerHelp
School support staff, don't miss this training. Develop a model student record process. Learn how to work with stakeholders in various situations. https://bit.ly/2020SupportStaff
Calling all elementary school teachers! Join us for free, virtual networking November 18 at 2:30 PM CST. Register now https://bit.ly/NovElEd. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
Don't miss this opportunity! Collaborate with other educators who teach "hands-on" classes. Join us for free, virtual networking for educators who teach “hands-on” classes. Our next meeting is November 19. Register now at https://bit.ly/NovHandsOn @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
#Remote #grading and #assessment got you spooked? @TomSchimmer can help! Join us for a two-day event on November 16 & 17. Register now. Space is limited! www.bit.ly/SchimmerHelp
Using @Seesaw to #Teach Remotely in a #LifeSkills Classroom Check out the work of one of our local educators! https://www.roeschoolworks.k12.il.us/o/roe-schoolworks/article/334412
#Special #education #teachers, join us for free, #virtual #networking November 12 at 2:30 PM CST. Register now https://bit.ly/NovSpEd. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
Calling all school support staff! Don't miss this opportunity! Register now https://bit.ly/2020SupportStaff
#InstructionalCoaches, join us for free, virtual networking on November 4 at 2:30 PM CST. Register here https://bit.ly/NovICNetworking. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
Our colleague @LTCHKelly shared several ways to form connections with kids and keep them talking to support #SEL, even in a #remote context. Check it out: https://bit.ly/3dtrwkR
Our next free, #virtual #networking for #specialeducation teachers is October 8 at 2:30 PM CST. Register at https://bit.ly/OctSpEd. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
Are you an #instructionalcoach? Join us for free, virtual networking October 7 at 2:30 PM CST. Register https://bit.ly/OctICNetworking. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
Asst Reg Supt's son put our 3d printer to use making face shields. Great work, Jackson! Good use of creativity! Way to serve your community! https://bit.ly/2E7s1E2 @VCROE54
Don't miss this! School law attorney Brandon Wright answers your questions about #SpecialEducation in the #virtual setting. Register now for free at https://bit.ly/SeptSpEd.
#Special #educators, join us for #free, #virtual #networking with #SchoolLaw #attorney Brandon Wright September 10 at 2:30 PM CST. Register at https://bit.ly/SeptSpEd. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
#InstructionalCoaches, join us for free, virtual #networking September 3 at 2:30 PM CST. Register now https://bit.ly/SeptICNetworking. @RegionalOffice9 @VCROE54
Trying to keep the #HandsOn in learning this year? Join us for free, virtual #networking today, August 20, at 2:30! All #educators welcome. Register now https://bit.ly/3iVz1m4. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
School law #attorney Brandon Wright will join our free, #virtual #networking for #SpecialEducation #teachers September 10 at 2:30 PM CST. Don't miss this opportunity to network and learn! Visit https://bit.ly/SeptSpEd to register now! @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
#Elementary #educators, join us for free, quarterly, #virtual #networking starting August 26! Collaborate, brainstorm, and problem-solve with other elementary educators. Visit https://bit.ly/SWEventRegistration to view networking dates and register. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
We're continuing our networking for Special Educators! Join us every month at 2:30 PM CST on Zoom to collaborate with other educational professionals in #SpecialEducation. Visit https://bit.ly/SWEventRegistration to register. #RemoteLearning @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
Join our network for instructional coaches. We collaborate virtually once a month - and it's free! Visit https://bit.ly/SWEventRegistration to register. #InstructionalCoach #RemoteLearning @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
Wondering how to teach “hands-on” classes using a #blended or #remote approach? Join us for free, virtual networking for educators who teach “hands-on” classes. Our first meeting is August 20. Register now at https://bit.ly/SWEventRegistration! @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
Looking for collaboration and support this year? Check our virtual coaching opportunity: https://bit.ly/ICServices @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9 #InstructionalCoaching
We're hiring! ROE SchoolWorks is looking for a PD Specialist with an Administrative Endorsement (Type 75). Visit https://bit.ly/PDSpecialist
Special Education Teachers, join us for free, virtual networking this Thursday from 10:00-11:00 AM CST. Visit https://bit.ly/SpEdNetworking to register and receive a Zoom link. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9 #SpecialEducation #RemoteLearning #BlendedLearning
Instructional Coaches' Networking First meeting of the year is Monday, August 10 from 9:30-10:30. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a Zoom invitation. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9 #InstructionalCoach
Are you a Special Education teacher? Join us for a free, virtual networking opportunity Thursday, August 13 at 10:00 AM. E-mail email@example.com for a Zoom invitation. @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9 #SpecialEducation #BlendedLearning
Virtual instructional coaching for any teacher, anywhere. Visit https://bit.ly/ICServices to request more information. #VCROE54 #RegionalOffice9 #InstructionalCoaching
Read "A Conversation with Ondine Gross on Returning to School in the Fall with an SEL Lens" https://www.roeschoolworks.k12.il.us/article/266001?org=roe-schoolworks
RESCHEDULED Join us for Better Conversations by @jimknight99 June 10, 2021 Bloomington, IL Register now: https://bit.ly/31CzzWz
Discovered @MusicBoxPod with the kids the other day. So many excellent, research-based instructional strategies in a super short lesson. And it makes the car-ride go by fast! @MrsLeslieEllis @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9 https://bit.ly/MusicBoxPod
Teachers, how do you evaluate the pre-made activities and curricula you find? https://bit.ly/2XbbXrn @MrsLeslieEllis @RegionalOffice9 @VCROE54
Instructional coaches meet for a Zoom check-in every Friday at 1:00 PM https://ltcillinois.zoom.us/j/222775252?pwd=MzB1RUlKZm1UdW5RUXg1Si9FNFRRQT09
FREE Workshop! Join Cara Gutzmer and Sarah Durst as they explain what Remote Learning can be. Let them ease your worries as teachers transition to the new remote classroom! https://bit.ly/3dPcRQM
Remote what?! Join Cara Gutzmer and Sarah Durst as they explain what Remote Learning can be! Let them help ease your concern as teachers transition to the new remote classroom. FREE! 10am-11:30am Friday, April 10, 2020
In an effort to protect the health and safety of our staff and community, ROE #9 will be closed to the public until further notice. For assistance, call 217-893-4921 between 8:00-4:30 or refer to our staff directory for individual email addresses: http://bit.ly/ROE9Closed
Visit our Learn-at-Home Resources, built for educators and families http://bit.ly/LearnAtHome2020 @roeschoolworks @vcroe54 @regionaloffice9 @mrsleslieellis #learnathome #elearning #keeplearning #covid19
There is still a few spots left for our upcoming workshop. Presenter Ryan Snow will be presenting on the impact legalization of recreational cannabis will have on the school systems. Register: https://bit.ly/2OqeHfd @RegionalOffice9 @VCROE54
Presenter Ryan Snow will be presenting on the impact legalization of recreational cannabis will have on the school systems. Register: https://bit.ly/2OqeHfd @RegionalOffice9 @VCROE54
Registration is still open for AA #1616 with Brandon Wright. https://bit.ly/2LNss7q @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
@jimknight99 will be joining us June 2020! Registration is now open https://bit.ly/2BTwvt3 @MrsLeslieEllis @RegionalOffice9 @VCROE54
There are still a few spots left for AA #1616 with Brandon Wright. You do not want to miss out on this AA. Register today! https://bit.ly/2LNss7q @VCROE54 @RegionalOffice9
Youth Mental Health First Aid presented by Ondine Gross and Sebastian Klein on December 6. https://bit.ly/2m05BuO @ondinetalks @RegionalOffice9 @VCROE54
November 14 for AA #1616 Social Media and Special Education Law. Registration is filling up quickly so get registered today. You do not want to miss out on this awesome academy and dynamic presenter! https://bit.ly/2LNss7q @RegionalOffice9 @VCROE54 @bwright_mtbfm
Kiln Basics at The Pottery Place. Join us for an afternoon of pottery 101. Registration is open. https://bit.ly/2lXSx9b @RegionalOffice9 @VCROE54
Kiln Basics is being offered on October 25 at the The Pottery Place. https://bit.ly/2lXSx9b @RegionalOffice9 @VCROE54
Did you know we have TWO traveling 3D printers that are available to be checked out AND delivered to your school for FREE? Interested in bringing a 3D printer to your classroom? Contact our office today! https://bit.ly/2lP6x5f @RegionalOffice9 @VCROE54
Google Level 1 and Level 2 Certification registration is now open. Presented by Learning Technology Center's dynamic presenter Lisa Schwartz. Don't miss this! @ltcillinois https://bit.ly/2lKfA7G #googletraining #Google1&2 #thisPDisAWESOME #everythingisawesome
Youth Mental Health First Aid presented by Ondine Gross and Sebastian Klein. Learn to identify, understand and respond to students in need. Registration now open for our December workshop. https://bit.ly/2m05BuO #youthmentalhealth #mentalhealth #supportyouth
There is still time to register for our New Teacher Training! https://bit.ly/2HqNyWE #newteacher #newteacherPD #amazingPD #youdontwanttomissthis
Equity and Racial Literacy for School Leaders and Staff to Maximize Student Learning presented by 2014 Texas Teacher of the Year Monica Washington. Registration now open! https://bit.ly/2LfypZw #equity #pdforall #adminlearning #MonicaWashington
AA #1597 Improved Crisis Decision Making for Safer School Environments presented by Jim Owens. https://bit.ly/33Z7mKd #saferschools #PDforAdmin #PD #professionaldevelopment
New Teacher Training for first, second, and third year teachers! TRS, school law, and instructional strategies. Breakfast and lunch included! https://bit.ly/2HqNyWE #newteacher #support #teachers #thefoodwillbegreat #thespeakersevenbetter
Adaptive Schools is a four day training that provides practical tools for developing collaborative groups in becoming effective and better equipped to resolve complex issues around student learning. https://bit.ly/2Pf0rJB #adaptiveschools #learning #pd #schoolworks
Kiln Basics at The Pottery Place! Pottery 101 refresher class! https://bit.ly/30BGFcx #pottery #art #artPD #pottery101
Youth Mental Health First Day presented by Ondine Gross and Sebastian Klein. Register today! https://bit.ly/2Zrhg8i #ymhfa #supportyouth #mentalhealth
I love Mrs. White's philosophy for educating ESL students! https://wida.wisc.edu/about/news/august-2019-featured-educator-deborah-white?utm_source=MK-WN081319&utm_medium=wisclist-email&utm_campaign=WIDANews&utm_term=Featured%20Educator&utm_content=TextLink
Question of the day: What's 1 new idea you plan on implementing this year in your classroom/school/district? We'd LOVE to hear from you!
Retiring? Let us celebrate you! Join us on May 28 for light refreshments and a short presentation on this next stage of your career. Please visit our website to RSVP! https://bit.ly/2EmPHB6
Join us for our upcoming Conscious Discipline workshop. The School Family is a metaphor for creating positive school cultures based on current research about healthy families and optimal brain development. Follow our link to register: https://bit.ly/2LQ1oGL
Summer is fast approaching. Don't forget to book your summer PD! Safer Schools Together is presenting a 2 day School Threat & Risk Assessment Training held at Hilton Garden Inn in Champaign. Space is limited, so don't wait to register! https://bit.ly/2LF6A0a
Do you want to be the best? Spaces are limited and time is running out for our upcoming workshop. Learn about different strategies that work for all students! Register here: https://reg.abcsignup.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0044-0016-d9a5840240f24a1790dbf3c0da47c66d
Register today for the School Threat and Risk Assessment Training! https://reg.abcsignup.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0044-0016-e3d6a30412984994ada4ad51e3acca98
Just want to take a moment to thank Gary Lewis and his staff at the Oakwood Unit Office for allowing us to host our Classroom Management Seminar presented by Catherine Rosen at their facility today!
Designing Questions for Inquiry will be presented by Brian Kahn from the McCormick Foundation. Five full hours of great information that will enhance your own practice. Register here: https://reg.abcsignup.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0044-0016-9a4b04a6b073491b844cc0c881a383ab
Registration is now open for the 2 day School Threat & Risk Assessment Training. Presented by Safer Schools Together. First day counts towards AA credit! #safertogether https://reg.abcsignup.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0044-0016-f1897bed5f6a4637afa2392aea1d8aea
Edutopia released its 2018 Educational Research Highlights report. Research spans classroom management, teacher burnout, and learning styles. The report links to the original research for in-depth reads. https://www.edutopia.org/article/2018-education-research-highlights
Two day training in February presented by Safer Schools Together. First day will grant participants AA credit! Register here! https://reg.abcsignup.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0044-0016-f1897bed5f6a4637afa2392aea1d8aea
Coaches must help teachers find the lessons in failure and rejection to evoke positive change in their classrooms and schools. @jenniferabrams @ROESchoolWorks @VCROE54 #FridayThoughts https://www.roeschoolworks.k12.il.us/article/76755?org=roe-schoolworks
Join Trooper Tracy Lillard and learn how to safely and effectively use social media to reach the unreachable. https://bit.ly/2DQhA5e #bringthebear #trooperT #LearningwithLillard #imexcited #CanITryOnYourTrooperHat
It's not too late to register for this event! https://reg.abcsignup.com/reg/event_page.aspx?ek=0044-0016-2768c42fe1ab4111bfc9dea4eb34cd82
Enjoying the day with PRYOR Learning Solutions to try and improve as a program director! Great collaboration, self reflection, and tips! #supervisor #professionalgrowth @pryorlearning
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