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Month
Date
Upcoming Event
Location
February
2/22/2020 9:30 AM
MUSIC PLAY IS LEARNING PLAY!
Event is Full: Accepting Wait List Registrations
A TRAINING WORKSHOP FROM KEYNOTE FROM JIM GILL; MUSIC PLAY IS LEARNING PLAY! Promote Readiness, Literacy, Math Development and Inclusion Through Joyous Active Play Thirty-five years ago Jim Gill picked up a banjo excited by the idea that music, apart from the joy it brings, is a great way to play and a great way to help young children learn. In this energizing session Jim shares examples of his award-winning songs and musical books that combine opportunities for active movement with word play and rhymes. Teachers and care providers will appreciate the finger plays and singable songs that they can share with children immediately after the workshop. These practical ideas inspire play, but Jim also reminds early childhood professionals why we play. Jim discusses: • How music play inspires young children not only to move, but to regulate their movements . . . not only to sing, but to make connections between the words they sing and the printed word and the world of numbers. • How music play can help to create an inclusive environment for children with special needs and from all different backgrounds. • How a music video can be initially used to inspire play, but that the best early childhood practices are implemented when caring adults are actively involved in sharing music play with young children. Early childhood educators will leave the session inspired to celebrate with new songs and playful literacy activities. Even more, they will leave the session thinking about new strategies to help children learn!
Glenside Public LIbrary
2/26/2020
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
GPS - Finding Your Voice Around What Matters: Successful Conversations Parent-Teacher Conversations and Advocacy
Spaces Remaining: 300
Student achievement and success increase when parents are welcomed and respected as partners, and given the support they need. They make our schools better places to learn, grow and thrive. As school staff and parents or caregivers, we often come up against situations where difficult topics must be addressed. What do we know about the best strategies for those moments? What questions should we be asking ourselves before we speak, and what language is best for when we do speak? Jennifer Abrams author of Having Hard Conversations, is here to discuss interpersonal communication and advocacy- to reduce frustration and increase favorable results. This presentation will provide participants with action plans and scripting tools for having those necessary humane and growth producing conversations to benefit students of all ages. Participants will: *Identify why they hesitate having hard conversations *Choose questions to ask themselves before they choose to speak up in order to do so more humanely *Articulate in productive language the challenges they are facing *Determine the goals of the conversation and write an action plan of support *Script the conversation avoiding trigger words that put others on the defensive *Discover some helpful tips for the wheres and whens and hows of having productive yet challenging conversations
Glenbard East High School
2/27/2020
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Administrator - Having Hard Conversations
Spaces Remaining: 47
As administrators, coaches or colleagues, we often come up against situations where difficult topics must be addressed. What do we know about the best strategies for those moments? What questions should we be asking ourselves before we speak, and what language is best for when we do speak? Based on Jennifer’s books, Having Hard Conversations, and Hard Conversations Unpacked, and her work with conflict and interpersonal communication, this session will provide participants with action plans and scripting tools for having those necessary humane and growth producing conversations. Participants will: • Identify why they hesitate having hard conversations • Choose questions to ask themselves before they choose to speak up in order to do so more humanely • Articulate in professional language the challenges they are facing • Determine the goals of the conversation and write an action plan of support • Script the conversation avoiding trigger words that put others on the defensive • Discover some helpful tips for the wheres and whens and hows of having productive yet challenging conversations
D15 Marquardt Administration Center
2/27/2020
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
GPS - Parenting The Explosive Child: A New Approach for Understanding and Parenting
Spaces Remaining: 284
What’s an explosive child? A child who responds to routine problems with extreme frustration—crying, screaming, kicking, hitting, destroying property, and worse. A child whose frequent, severe outbursts leave his or her parents feeling frustrated, scared, worried, and desperate for help. Most of these parents have tried everything -but to no avail. They can’t figure out why their child acts the way he or she does; they wonder why the strategies that work for other kids don’t work for theirs; and they don’t know what to do instead. Dr. Ross Greene, a distinguished clinician and pioneer in the treatment of kids with social, emotional, and behavioral challenges, has worked with thousands of explosive children, and he has good news: these kids aren’t attention-seeking, manipulative, or unmotivated, and their parents aren’t permissive pushovers. Rather, explosive kids are lacking some crucial skills in the domains of flexibility/adaptability, frustration tolerance, and problem solving, and they require a different approach to parenting. With compassion and insight, Dr. Greene will provide a practical and new conceptual framework for understanding their difficulties, based on research in the neurosciences. He will explain why traditional parenting and treatment often don’t work with these children, and he describes what to do instead, Dr. Greene’s Collaborative Problem Solving model promotes working with explosive children to solve the problems that precipitate explosive episodes, and teaching these kids the skills they lack.
Glenbard South High School
2/28/2020
8:00 AM to 1:30 PM
2020 CASE DuPage Institute Day
Event is Full: Accepting Wait List Registrations
CASE County Institute will take place at Glenbard South High School. Participants should review the list of offerings and choose the offering that best meets their needs on the registration form. See below for the list of offerings. Additional information will be emailed to participants the Wednesday prior to the event regarding room location, parking information, etc.
Glenbard South High School
2/28/2020
8:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Behavior - Collaborative & Proactive Solutions: Moving From Power and Control to Collaboration and Problem Solving w/ Dr. Ross Greene: 2020 CASE DuPage Institute Day
Spaces Remaining: 1
This is the empirically supported model Dr. Ross Greene described his influential books The Explosive Child, Lost at School, Lost & Found, and Raising Human Beings. The CPS model has transformed thinking and practices in countless families, schools, inpatient psychiatry units, and residential and juvenile detention facilities throughout the world, and has been associated with dramatic reductions in adult-child conflict, challenging behaviors, disciplinary referrals, detentions, suspensions, seclusions, and physical, chemical, and mechanical restraints. The model represents a significant departure from discipline-as-usual: it focuses on solving problems rather than on modifying behavior, emphasizes collaborative rather than unilateral solutions, encourages proactive rather than reactive intervention, de-emphasizes diagnostic categories, and provides practical, research-based tools for assessment and intervention. Participants in this workshop will leave with an understanding of the underpinnings of the model, its refinements over the past 8-10 years, and practical assessment and intervention tools.
Glenbard South High School
2/28/2020
8:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Administrator - Having Hard Conversations w/ Jennifer Abrams: 2020 CASE DuPage Institute Day
Spaces Remaining: 1
As administrators, coaches or colleagues, we often come up against situations where difficult topics must be addressed. What do we know about the best strategies for those moments? What questions should we be asking ourselves before we speak, and what language is best for when we do speak? Based on Jennifer's books, Having Hard Conversations, and Hard Conversations Unpacked, and her work with conflict and interpersonal communication, this session will provide participants with action plans and scripting tools for having those necessary humane and growth producing conversations. Participants will: Identify why they hesitate having hard conversations Choose questions to ask themselves before they choose to speak up in order to do so more humanely Articulate in professional language the challenges they are facing Determine the goals of the conversation and write an action plan of support Script the conversation avoiding trigger words that put others on the defensive Discover some helpful tips for the wheres and whens and hows of having productive yet challenging conversations
Glenbard South High School
2/28/2020
8:00 AM to 1:30 PM
Autism - Introduction to the SCERTS Model: A Comprehensive, Multidisciplinary Educational curriculum for children with Autism Spectrum Disorders w/ Dr. Amy Laurent: 2020 CASE DuPage Institute Day
Spaces Remaining: 1
This 1-day course will introduce the SCERTS model, a comprehensive, multidisciplinary educational approach designed for children with Autism. This framework is not exclusionary of other treatment approaches and methodologies, but rather provides a curriculum for those who are seeking guidelines for implementing a comprehensive educational plan that is based on our knowledge of the core developmental challenges faced by autistic children, family-centered care, and our knowledge of the recommended tenets of educational programming, as indicated by the National Academy of Sciences. The SCERTS framework has been designed to target priority goals in social communication (SC) and emotional regulation (ER) by implementing transactional supports (TS) (e.g., interpersonal modifications, environmental arrangement, visual supports, etc.) throughout a child's daily activities and across social partners in order facilitate competence within these identified goal areas in natural, functional and meaningful contexts. The course will begin with a brief review of current perspectives in intervention (i.e., current efficacy research and characteristics of effective educational programs) and a review of the core developmental challenges faced by this heterogeneous population of children at various stages in development (i.e., pre-verbal stages, emerging language stages, and conversational stages). This introduction will then be followed by practical guidelines for prioritizing learning objectives and will cover a wide developmental range (applicable from early intervention through the high school years). Video case examples will be used to illustrate how educators, clinicians, and families can directly apply learning strategies in the classroom environment and across settings.
Glenbard South High School
March
3/3/2020
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - OT Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 19
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
D16 Professional Development Center (PDC)
3/3/2020
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
GPS - Documentary Film Screening with Amanda Lukoff, Director The R Word: A Documentary Film About the Power of Words and Love
Spaces Remaining: 300
The Glenbard Parent Series: (GPS) Navigating Healthy Families is proud to host the film screening premier of the new documentary “The R Word: The Power of Words and the Power of Love” with filmmaker Amanda Lukoff at presentations on Tuesday March 3 and Wednesday, March 4.
Glenbard West Auditorium
3/4/2020
9:30 AM to 11:00 AM
GPS - Documentary Film Screening with Amanda Lukoff, Director The R Word: A Documentary Film About the Power of Words and Love
Spaces Remaining: 28
The Glenbard Parent Series: (GPS) Navigating Healthy Families is proud to host the film screening premier of the new documentary “The R Word: The Power of Words and the Power of Love” with filmmaker Amanda Lukoff
District 41 Central Services Office
3/4/2020
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
GPS - Documentary Film Screening with Amanda Lukoff, Director The R Word: A Documentary Film About the Power of Words and Love
Spaces Remaining: 298
The Glenbard Parent Series: (GPS) Navigating Healthy Families is proud to host the film screening premier of the new documentary “The R Word: The Power of Words and the Power of Love” with filmmaker Amanda Lukoff
Glenbard South High School
3/4/2020
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - Social Work/Psychologist Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 17
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Administration Center
3/10/2020
8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
CPI - Refresher Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (CPI) Training (Autism Focus)
Spaces Remaining: 23
Refresher is for staff who have maintained their certification after attending an Initial or Refresher training.
D16 Professional Development Center (PDC)
3/10/2020
7:00 PM to 8:30 PM
GPS - Growing Up Mindful, Capable and Resilient - Chris Willard
Spaces Remaining: 298
Introducing mindfulness into the lives of our children and teenagers is perhaps the greatest gift we can offer. Mindfulness builds emotional intelligence, boosts happiness, increases curiosity and engagement, reduces anxiety and depression, soothes the pain of trauma, and helps kids (and adults) focus, learn, and make better choices. If that weren’t enough, research in neuroscience now shows that mindfulness significantly enhances what psychologists call “flourishing”—the opposite of depression and avoidance. Clinical psychologist Dr. Christopher Willard is here to share the practical skills of mindfulness . In this inspiring presentation participants will gain real-world insights and tools to help all parents and family members evolve and grow into our best selves. Topics to be covered: Less is More Parenting — how letting go of what’s no longer necessary creates space, freedom, and the possibility for something new Building Wisdom and a Wiser Brain ? how to steer kids’ “under-construction” minds toward wise action Releasing anxiety about over or under parenting and the desire for the “perfect” family Growing Up with a Grit and Growth Mindset ? the best ways to encourage resilience and determination through reinforcing and rewarding the “growth mindset” Finding Balance in a Broken World and Staying Steady through the Stress ? how to abide life’s inevitable ups and downs through the attitude of equanimity The mindful use of technology and social media
Glenbard West Auditorium
3/11/2020
8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Learning Team Meeting - IST/AT Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 6
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
D16 Professional Development Center (PDC)
3/11/2020 9:30 AM
GPS - Mindfulness Practices to Foster Focused, Relaxed and Happy Children
Spaces Remaining: 293
All parents can use assistance in finding balance and increasing happiness and calm. And introducing mindfulness into the lives of our children and teenagers is perhaps the greatest gift we can offer. Mindfulness builds emotional intelligence, boosts happiness, increases curiosity and engagement, reduces anxiety and depression, soothes the pain of trauma, and helps kids (and adults) focus, learn, and make better choices. If that weren’t enough, research in neuroscience now shows that mindfulness significantly enhances what psychologists call “flourishing”—the opposite of depression and avoidance. At 9:30am Wednesday, March 11 at the Marquardt District 15 Administration Center, 1860 Glen Ellyn Road in Glendale Heights Dr Willard will present Mindfulness Practices to Foster, Relaxed and Happy Children (ages 3-8). Our youngest children can also benefit from the simple practice of bringing a gentle, accepting attitude to the present moment. At noon on March 11 Dr Willard will speak at the Marquardt Administration Center in a repeat of his 7pm program, Growing Up Mindful, Capable and Resilient.
D15 Marquardt Administration Center
3/11/2020
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
GPS - Growing Up Mindful, Capable and Resilient
Spaces Remaining: 295
Introducing mindfulness into the lives of our children and teenagers is perhaps the greatest gift we can offer. Mindfulness builds emotional intelligence, boosts happiness, increases curiosity and engagement, reduces anxiety and depression, soothes the pain of trauma, and helps kids (and adults) focus, learn, and make better choices. If that weren’t enough, research in neuroscience now shows that mindfulness significantly enhances what psychologists call “flourishing”—the opposite of depression and avoidance. Clinical psychologist Dr. Christopher Willard is here to share the practical skills of mindfulness . In this inspiring presentation participants will gain real-world insights and tools to help all parents and family members evolve and grow into our best selves. Topics to be covered: Less is More Parenting — how letting go of what’s no longer necessary creates space, freedom, and the possibility for something new Building Wisdom and a Wiser Brain ? how to steer kids’ “under-construction” minds toward wise action Releasing anxiety about over or under parenting and the desire for the “perfect” family Growing Up with a Grit and Growth Mindset ? the best ways to encourage resilience and determination through reinforcing and rewarding the “growth mindset” Finding Balance in a Broken World and Staying Steady through the Stress ? how to abide life’s inevitable ups and downs through the attitude of equanimity The mindful use of technology and social media
D15 Marquardt Administration Center
3/11/2020
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
GPS - Growing Up Mindful, Capable and Resilient
Spaces Remaining: 294
All parents can use assistance in finding balance and increasing happiness and calm. And introducing mindfulness into the lives of our children and teenagers is perhaps the greatest gift we can offer. Mindfulness builds emotional intelligence, boosts happiness, increases curiosity and engagement, reduces anxiety and depression, soothes the pain of trauma, and helps kids (and adults) focus, learn, and make better choices. If that weren’t enough, research in neuroscience now shows that mindfulness significantly enhances what psychologists call “flourishing”—the opposite of depression and avoidance. At 9:30am Wednesday, March 11 at the Marquardt District 15 Administration Center, 1860 Glen Ellyn Road in Glendale Heights Dr Willard will present Mindfulness Practices to Foster, Relaxed and Happy Children (ages 3-8). Our youngest children can also benefit from the simple practice of bringing a gentle, accepting attitude to the present moment. At noon on March 11 Dr Willard will speak at the Marquardt Administration Center in a repeat of his 7pm program, Growing Up Mindful, Capable and Resilient.
D15 Marquardt Administration Center
3/11/2020
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - SLP Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 18
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Itinerant Services Office
3/16/2020
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - Hearing Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 13
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Itinerant Services Office
3/17/2020
3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - CASE Council Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 23
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Administration Center
3/18/2020
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
CPI - Initial Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (CPI) Training (Autism Focus)
Spaces Remaining: 6
Initial CPI training is for staff who have never attended a CPI training or have let their certification expire.
D16 Professional Development Center (PDC)
3/18/2020
8:30 AM to 3:30 PM
Communication - TWO DAY: Coaching Classroom Management
Spaces Remaining: 26
In this 2-day event you will learn to help teachers manage their classrooms effectively by encouraging teachers at every level to view coaching as a resource for improving classroom management practices. Learn strategies and suggestions to help organize staff for effective classroom management implementation, including communicating clear expectations to staff and structuring effective observations. Learn strategies for working with teachers directly and immediately and develop guidelines for selecting and implementing interventions based on observational data.
D15 Marquardt Administration Center
3/19/2020
8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Communication - TWO DAY: Coaching Classroom Management
Spaces Remaining: 26
In this 2-day event you will learn to help teachers manage their classrooms effectively by encouraging teachers at every level to view coaching as a resource for improving classroom management practices. Learn strategies and suggestions to help organize staff for effective classroom management implementation, including communicating clear expectations to staff and structuring effective observations. Learn strategies for working with teachers directly and immediately and develop guidelines for selecting and implementing interventions based on observational data.
D15 Marquardt Administration Center
3/20/2020
1:30 PM to 3:30 PM
Communication - Behavior Consultant Networking
Spaces Remaining: 19
A meeting of local behavior consultants to network with each other, share best practice strategies, and problem solve through unique student needs. Please bring a positive attitude and be ready to participate in group discussion.
CASE Administration Center
3/23/2020
3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - APE Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 27
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Administration Center
3/25/2020
8:00 AM to 3/26/2020 4:00 PM
TWO DAY - Introduction to Restorative Practices
Spaces Remaining: 21
- THIS IS A TWO DAY EVENT - Day 1 of this 2 day training will give an introduction to restorative practices. What are the fundamental concepts of restorative practices and how to utilize these in our practice with students and staff? We will explore the various tools that the International Institute of Restorative Practices (IIRP) has developed to enhance your restorative practices. Day 2 of this 2 day training will provide training on how to use circles effectively. Using the various concepts of restorative practices developed by the International Institute of Restorative Practices (IIRP) the learner will be able to utilize and facilitate a variety of circles to enhance the restorative community.
D15 Marquardt Administration Center
April
4/7/2020
4:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Learning Team Meeting - Mindful Educator Learning Team
Spaces Remaining: 25
Mindfulness means maintaining a moment-by-moment awareness of our thoughts and surrounding environment through a gentle, nurturing lens. When we practice mindfulness, our thoughts tune into the present. CASE is partnering with the IL chapter of Coalition of Schools Educating Mindfully (COSEM) to form a new mindfulness-focused learning team for the 2019-2020 school year. Through this COSEM facilitated meeting, CASE hopes to empower educators to explore, personally practice, and then integrate mindfulness in their classrooms. Visit educatingmindfully.org/chapters for more information. Each meeting will include: • Introductions • Mindful check-in and reflection practice • Presentation of mindfulness-themed learning topic • Discussion • Practice • Building your student mindfulness toolkits • Networking and information exchange Attending all five of the meetings is recommended, but not required. Meetings will end with COSEM then hosting their Educating Mindfully Conference on Feb 27-Mar 1, and on Mar 10-11, the author of Alphabreaths and Raising Resilience, Dr. Chris Willard presentation for Glenbard Parent Series.
CASE Administration Center
4/8/2020
8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Learning Team Meeting - IST/AT Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 5
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
D16 Professional Development Center (PDC)
4/13/2020
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - SLP Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 20
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Itinerant Services Office
4/15/2020
1:30 PM to 4:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - PT Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 26
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
Queen Bee Early Childhood Center
4/16/2020
3:30 PM to 4:30 PM
Learning Team Meeting - Nurse Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 23
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Administration Center
4/20/2020
1:00 PM to 2:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - Orientation & Mobility Learning Team
Spaces Remaining: 26
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Itinerant Services Office
4/20/2020
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - Vision Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 20
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Itinerant Services Office
4/21/2020
8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
CPI - Refresher Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (CPI) Training
Spaces Remaining: 26
Refresher is for staff who have maintained their certification after attending an Initial or Refresher training.
D16 Professional Development Center (PDC)
4/27/2020
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - Hearing Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 13
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Itinerant Services Office
May
5/6/2020
8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Learning Team Meeting - IST/AT Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 6
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
D16 Professional Development Center (PDC)
5/6/2020
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - Social Work/Psychologist Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 21
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
D93 Administration Center
5/7/2020
8:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Communication - How to Implement Principles of Social Thinking with Your Caseload
Spaces Remaining: 27
Participants will be introduced to the principles behind Social Thinking. Discussion will center around ideas of how to implement strategies in small groups as well as classrooms.
CASE Itinerant Services Office
5/7/2020
8:30 AM to 12:00 PM
CPI - Refresher Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (CPI) Training
Spaces Remaining: 28
Refresher is for staff who have maintained their certification after attending an Initial or Refresher training.
D16 Professional Development Center (PDC)
5/7/2020
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - OT Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 21
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
D16 Professional Development Center (PDC)
5/11/2020
3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - APE Department Meeting (CASE)
Spaces Remaining: 27
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Administration Center
5/14/2020
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - PT Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 28
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities
CASE Administration Center
5/15/2020
3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Learning Team Meeting - CASE Council Learning Team Meeting
Spaces Remaining: 4
Learning team meetings provide staff an opportunity to collaborate and engage in professional learning to improve their practice in ways that lead to improved student achievement. Goals of the meetings: * Focus on improving student learning and outcomes * Using data to inform our work * Sharing what we learn * Bringing ideas that align with school and district priorities