Welcome to Eaton Regional Education Service Agency's online registration system. Below is a list of upcoming professional development offerings. To register, click on the event name.

Month
Date
Upcoming Event
August
8/24/2021
to 5/1/2022
Early Math Essentials: Engage in Formative Assessment as a Process Pre-Recorded Session with Follow-Up Coaching (Grades K-3)
Spaces Remaining: 149
Research on early mathematics shows that formative assessment is important in teacher planning. We will break down the formative assessment process from planning activities, asking the right questions, and changing instruction based on the results. Learning Objectives: • Understand what formative assessment looks like in the early math classroom. • Plan for implementing these practices in your own classroom. Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell Contact person: Mary Ann Schmedlen, mschmedlen@eatonresa.org 1 SCECH available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions.
8/24/2021
to 5/1/2022
Early Math Essentials: Ensure Equitable Participation in Mathematics Pre-Recorded Session with Follow-Up Coaching (Grades K-3)
Spaces Remaining: 149
Description: Research on early mathematics shows that equitable participation is a key to helping all students understand math at a high level. This session will break down some of the ways you can engage all of your students, specifically supporting those that often do not speak up in a math classroom. We’ll look at both small group and large group engagement strategies. Learning Objectives: • Understand what equitable engagement looks like in the early math classroom. • Plan for implementing these practices in your own classroom. Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell 1 SCECH available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions.
8/24/2021
to 5/1/2022
Early Math Essentials: Interactive Number Sense Routines Pre-Recorded Session with Follow-Up Coaching (Grades K-3)
Spaces Remaining: 149
Research on early mathematics shows that students should engage in brief interactive number sense routines to build mental math fluency and flexibility. This session will provide resources and strategies to engage in these routines in your classroom. We break down the steps to planning and implementing a number sense routine. Learning Objectives: • Understand the purpose of number talks in the early math classroom • Plan for implementing these practices in your own classroom Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell Contact person: Mary Ann Schmedlen, mschmedlen@eatonresa.org 1 SCECH available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions.
8/25/2021
to 5/1/2022
Enhancing Mathematics for Students Who Struggle: Algebraic Expressions and Equations (Grades 6-12) - Session 1
Spaces Remaining: 149
Ideal participants are general education and special education/interventionist teacher teams. This course focuses on Grade 6 through Algebra 1 students who struggle with mathematics (whether diagnosed as learning disabled or not), who are learning the general mathematics curriculum and may need accommodations and support. It provides teachers with a framework to aid in choosing accessibility strategies that fit the needs of students and the goals of the math lessons, and ways to build collaborative teaching relationships that can work in their varied school settings. As a result of participating in this course, teachers should find new ideas and methods to collaborate to better meet the needs of students with learning disabilities and other students who struggle with math. This is a 3-part series of pre-recorded sessions with coaching in between each session. You will need to register for each session separately. It is recommended that you complete all 3 sessions. 2 SCECHs available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell, LaVendee Fulton Contact person: Mary Ann Schmedlen, mschmedlen@eatonresa.org Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form.
8/25/2021
to 5/1/2022
Enhancing Mathematics for Students Who Struggle: Algebraic Expressions and Equations (Grades 6-12) - Session 2
Spaces Remaining: 149
Enhancing Mathematics for Students Who Struggle: Algebraic Expressions and Equations (Grades 6-12) - Session 2 Ideal participants are general education and special education/interventionist teacher teams. This course focuses on Grade 6 through Algebra 1 students who struggle with mathematics (whether diagnosed as learning disabled or not), who are learning the general mathematics curriculum and may need accommodations and support. It provides teachers with a framework to aid in choosing accessibility strategies that fit the needs of students and the goals of the math lessons, and ways to build collaborative teaching relationships that can work in their varied school settings. As a result of participating in this course, teachers should find new ideas and methods to collaborate to better meet the needs of students with learning disabilities and other students who struggle with math. This is a 3-part series of pre-recorded sessions with coaching in between each session. You will need to register for each session separately. It is recommended that you complete all 3 sessions. 2 SCECHs available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell, LaVendee Fulton Contact person: Mary Ann Schmedlen, mschmedlen@eatonresa.org Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form.
8/25/2021
to 5/1/2022
Enhancing Mathematics for Students Who Struggle: Algebraic Expressions and Equations (Grades 6-12) - Session 3
Spaces Remaining: 149
Enhancing Mathematics for Students Who Struggle: Algebraic Expressions and Equations (Grades 6-12) - Session 3 Ideal participants are general education and special education/interventionist teacher teams. This course focuses on Grade 6 through Algebra 1 students who struggle with mathematics (whether diagnosed as learning disabled or not), who are learning the general mathematics curriculum and may need accommodations and support. It provides teachers with a framework to aid in choosing accessibility strategies that fit the needs of students and the goals of the math lessons, and ways to build collaborative teaching relationships that can work in their varied school settings. As a result of participating in this course, teachers should find new ideas and methods to collaborate to better meet the needs of students with learning disabilities and other students who struggle with math. This is a 3-part series of pre-recorded sessions with coaching in between each session. You will need to register for each session separately. It is recommended that you complete all 3 sessions. 2 SCECHs available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell, LaVendee Fulton Contact person: Mary Ann Schmedlen, mschmedlen@eatonresa.org Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form.
8/26/2021
to 5/1/2022
Supporting Students Who Struggle with Mathematics - Recommendation 1 (for K-6 math interventionists)
Spaces Remaining: 145
This session unpacks the Institute of Educational Sciences (IES) new research guide on providing quality mathematics interventions. We provide practical strategies and resources that support each recommendation. Recommendations include systematic instruction, mathematical language, representations, number lines, word problems, and timed activities. This is recommendation 1: systematic instruction. Learning Objectives: -Learn research-based best practices for working with students in math interventions. -Plan for the implementation of these practices in your intervention classes. This is a 6-part series of pre-recorded sessions with follow-up coaching. You will need to register for each session separately. You can watch as many or as few as you choose! 1 SCECH available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell Contact person: Mary Ann Schmedlen, mschmedlen@eatonresa.org Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form.
8/26/2021
to 5/1/2022
Supporting Students Who Struggle with Mathematics - Recommendation 2 (for K-6 math interventionists)
Spaces Remaining: 146
This session unpacks the Institute of Educational Sciences (IES) new research guide on providing quality mathematics interventions. We provide practical strategies and resources that support each recommendation. Recommendations include systematic instruction, mathematical language, representations, number lines, word problems, and timed activities. This is recommendation 2: mathematical language. Learning Objectives: -Learn research-based best practices for working with students in math interventions. -Plan for the implementation of these practices in your intervention classes. This is a 6-part series of pre-recorded sessions with follow-up coaching. You will need to register for each session separately. You can watch as many or as few as you choose! 1 SCECH available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell Contact person: Mary Ann Schmedlen, mschmedlen@eatonresa.org Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form.
8/26/2021
to 5/1/2022
Supporting Students Who Struggle with Mathematics - Recommendation 3 (for K-6 math interventionists)
Spaces Remaining: 148
This session unpacks the Institute of Educational Sciences (IES) new research guide on providing quality mathematics interventions. We provide practical strategies and resources that support each recommendation. Recommendations include systematic instruction, mathematical language, representations, number lines, word problems, and timed activities. This is recommendation 3: representations. Learning Objectives: -Learn research-based best practices for working with students in math interventions. -Plan for the implementation of these practices in your intervention classes. This is a 6-part series of pre-recorded sessions with follow-up coaching. You will need to register for each session separately. You can watch as many or as few as you choose! 1 SCECH available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell Contact person: Mary Ann Schmedlen, mschmedlen@eatonresa.org Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form.
8/26/2021
to 5/1/2022
Supporting Students Who Struggle with Mathematics - Recommendation 4 (for K-6 math interventionists)
Spaces Remaining: 148
This session unpacks the Institute of Educational Sciences (IES) new research guide on providing quality mathematics interventions. We provide practical strategies and resources that support each recommendation. Recommendations include systematic instruction, mathematical language, representations, number lines, word problems, and timed activities. This is recommendation 4: number lines. Learning Objectives: Learn research-based best practices for working with students in math interventions. Plan for the implementation of these practices in your intervention classes. This is a 6-part series of pre-recorded sessions with follow-up coaching. You will need to register for each session separately. You can watch as many or as few as you choose! 1 SCECH available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell Contact person: Mary Ann Schmedlen, mschmedlen@eatonresa.org Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form.
8/26/2021
to 5/1/2022
Supporting Students Who Struggle with Mathematics - Recommendation 5 (for K-6 math interventionists)
Spaces Remaining: 148
This session unpacks the Institute of Educational Sciences (IES) new research guide on providing quality mathematics interventions. We provide practical strategies and resources that support each recommendation. Recommendations include systematic instruction, mathematical language, representations, number lines, word problems, and timed activities. This is recommendation 5: word problems. Learning Objectives: -Learn research-based best practices for working with students in math interventions. -Plan for the implementation of these practices in your intervention classes. This is a 6-part series of pre-recorded sessions with follow-up coaching. You will need to register for each session separately. You can watch as many or as few as you choose! 1 SCECH available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell Contact person: Mary Ann Schmedlen, mschmedlen@eatonresa.org Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form.
8/26/2021
to 5/1/2022
Supporting Students Who Struggle with Mathematics - Recommendation 6 (for K-6 math interventionists)
Spaces Remaining: 148
This session unpacks the Institute of Educational Sciences (IES) new research guide on providing quality mathematics interventions. We provide practical strategies and resources that support each recommendation. Recommendations include systematic instruction, mathematical language, representations, number lines, word problems, and timed activities. This is recommendation 6: timed activities. Learning Objectives: -Learn research-based best practices for working with students in math interventions. -Plan for the implementation of these practices in your intervention classes. This is a 6-part series of pre-recorded sessions with follow-up coaching. You will need to register for each session separately. You can watch as many or as few as you choose! 1 SCECH available, plus additional SCECHs for follow-up coaching (SCECHs will be processed through Ingham ISD). Please note that individual teachers may earn a maximum of 30 SCECHs for pre-recorded PD sessions. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell Contact person: Mary Ann Schmedlen, mschmedlen@eatonresa.org Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form.
8/30/2021
to 5/1/2022
Early Math Essentials: Select and Implement Cognitively Demanding Math Tasks Pre-Recorded Session with Follow - up Coaching (Grades K-3)
Spaces Remaining: 149
Research on early mathematics shows that students should be engaging with cognitively demanding math tasks. This session will break down the steps to implementing a task from choosing a task, launching the task in an accessible way, scaffolding as needed, asking the right questions, and closing the task. Learning Objectives: -Understand how to implement cognitively demanding tasks in your classroom. -Plan for implementing these practices in your own classroom. Important: This session is a 'flipped PD' module. It has been pre-recorded and the URL will be shared with you in the registration confirmation email along with any applicable instructional materials (slide presentation, articles, etc.) and the SCECH form. Instructors: Mary Ann Schmedlen, Tara Becker-Utess, Jen Bricarell
October
10/27/2021
9:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Entering the Coaching Conversation with Dr. Diane Jackson October 27, 2021
Spaces Remaining: 74
Coaches will explore their current beliefs and how those beliefs might facilitate or debilitate the relationship with a teacher. In addition, the training will provide the coaches with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to shift teachers thinking from responding “This is how we have always done it,” to new possibilities never thought of before. Coaches will acquire a vast knowledge of effective coaching skills to mediate the thinking of the coachee/teacher. This will enable the coachee/teacher to think deeply about their practice to monitor and adjust as necessary. Coaches will understand the link between effective coaching and the transformation of teacher practice. September 30, 2021 - The Conscious Practitioner - Participants will earn how to engage in coaching conversations and explore issues that could impact relationships, such as trauma, Coaches will engage in rich dialogue and consider ways to be more present for the coachee(s).
10/27/2021
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Advocacy 101
Spaces Remaining: 11
Have you ever wondered about the difference between educating, lobbying and advocacy? Have you ever wanted to visit your local representatives' coffee hours but are not sure what to say? Have you ever wanted to speak up but wondered if your funding or organization would be negatively impacted? In the current political climate, it is important to have your voice heard...attend this forum to find out how!
November
11/4/2021
1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
HIV Certification for K-12 Teachers (virtual)
Spaces Remaining: 22
This two-hour synchronous workshop via zoom will certify the participant to teach age and grade-appropriate HIV/AIDS education as required by Michigan law. Any teacher who teaches HIV prevention in a Michigan public school must complete this training. There is a pre-work assignment that is required and provided upon registration.
11/9/2021
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Creating a Culture of Consent in the Classroom, Pt. 1
Spaces Remaining: 27
Join us for part I of the series as we discuss and share strategies for creating a culture of consent in the classroom, including guidelines, classroom set-up, and resources. We will also discuss and share strategies for creating a culture of consent through curriculum, including trauma-informed social-emotional learning, sex education ad humanities. Facilitated by MOASH (Michigan Organization on Adolescent School Health)
11/11/2021
9:00 AM to 11:30 AM
Michigan Model for Health: Teaching to the Whole Child: K-6 (hybrid/virtual) AM
Spaces Remaining: 28
Social & Emotional and other skills. The evidence-based Michigan Model for Health has been proven to be effective in promoting health skills and preventing risk behaviors. This training is the hybrid module. This will require a two-hour online portion to be completed prior to the virtual training.
11/11/2021
12:30 PM to 3:00 PM
Michigan Model for Health: Teaching to the Whole Child: K-6 (hybrid/virtual) PM
Spaces Remaining: 28
Social & Emotional and other skills. The evidence-based Michigan Model for Health has been proven to be effective in promoting health skills and preventing risk behaviors. This training is the hybrid module. This will require a two-hour online portion to be completed prior to the virtual workshop.
11/16/2021
9:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Entering the Coaching Conversation with Dr. Diane Jackson Repeat of October 27 - November 16
Spaces Remaining: 92
Coaches will explore their current beliefs and how those beliefs might facilitate or debilitate the relationship with a teacher. In addition, the training will provide the coaches with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to shift teachers thinking from responding “This is how we have always done it,” to new possibilities never thought before. Coaches will acquire a vast knowledge of effective coaching skills to mediate thinking of the coachee/teacher. This will enable the coachee/teacher to think deeply about their practice to monitor and adjust as necessary. Coaches will understand the link between effective coaching and the transformation of teacher practice. Please choose only one session - October 27 or November 16
11/16/2021
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Inclusive Schools for Students who are LGBTQ+ (Holt Public Schools ONLY)
Spaces Remaining: 50
Please join us to support each other in growing and learning more about making our schools and classrooms more inclusive and affirming for students who are LGBTQ+. This workshop is reserved for Holt Public Schools personnel ONLY.
11/24/2021
5:30 PM to 12/15/2021 6:30 PM
Parenting Class: RAISE Them Up (Virtual Wednesdays)
Spaces Remaining: 12
RAISE will be holding a Wednesday evening 4-week parenting class series. This workshop will begin Wednesday, November 24th, and run for 4 consecutive weeks ending December 15, 2021. Parents will learn age-appropriate expectations, how to positively discipline, handling power struggles, and more.
December
12/7/2021
12:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Youth Mental Health First Aid (Virtual Session)
Spaces Remaining: 16
Youth Mental Health First Aid teaches you how to identify, understand, and respond to signs of mental illness and substance use disorders in youth. This 6.5-hour training gives adults who work with youth the skills they need to reach out and provide initial support to children and adolescents (ages 6-18) who may be developing a mental health or substance use problem and help connect them to the appropriate care. *Please note: Participants will complete a 2-hour self-paced online class and then participate in a 4.5-hour instructor-led videoconference. The 2-hour self-paced online portion must be completed before (insert day of training). After the Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) staff creates an account for you in the learning management system (Cornerstone), you will receive an email to login and begin your coursework in Cornerstone. You will have at least two weeks to complete the pre-work before the Live Zoom session. Audience: school staff, coaches, camp counselors, youth group leaders, parents, community members, anyone who works with youth Questions? Contact Mary Ann Schmedlen (mschmedlen@eatonresa.org or 517.541.8776)
12/15/2021
9:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Entering the Coaching Conversation with Dr. Diane Jackson December 15, 2021
Spaces Remaining: 91
Coaches will explore their current beliefs and how those beliefs might facilitate or debilitate the relationship with a teacher. In addition, the training will provide the coaches with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to shift teachers thinking from responding “This is how we have always done it,” to new possibilities never thought before. Coaches will acquire a vast knowledge of effective coaching skills to mediate thinking of the coachee/teacher. This will enable the coachee/teacher to think deeply about their practice to monitor and adjust as necessary. Coaches will understand the link between effective coaching and the transformation of teacher practice. December 15, 2021 - Building a Coaching Community - Participants will explore ways and strategies to foster a coaching community that supports and sustains their coaching skills.
January
1/11/2022
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Creating a Culture of Consent in the Classroom, Pt. 2
Spaces Remaining: 27
Join us for part II as we discuss district policy, including policies around harassment, restorative justice, discrimination and dress code. We will also discuss and share strategies for working with students and staff, including recommended trainings and how to work with student-driven clubs and data as part of the process. Facilitated by MOASH (Michigan Organization on Adolescent School Health)
1/20/2022
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Michigan Model for Health: Teaching to the Whole Child: K-6 (hybrid)
Spaces Remaining: 30
Social & Emotional and other skills. The evidence-based Michigan Model for Health has been proven to be effective in promoting health skills and preventing risk behaviors. This training is the hybrid module. This will require a two-hour online portion to be completed prior to the on site, in person training.
1/26/2022
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
HIV Certification for K-12 Teachers (in person)
Spaces Remaining: 28
This workshop will certify the participant to teach age and grade-appropriate HIV/AIDS education as required by Michigan law. Any teacher who teaches HIV prevention in a Michigan public school must complete this training. This is not a curriculum training.
1/27/2022
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
Sex Education Preparation Workshop (K-12 teachers)
Spaces Remaining: 29
Completion of this workshop prepares K-12 teachers to teach sex education. It is a workshop designed around the National Teacher Preparation Standards for Sexuality Education to provide participants the opportunity to build their confidence and skills to teach sexual health education. This is not a curriculum training.
February
2/1/2022
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
3Rs: Rights, Respect, Responsibility: Overview
Spaces Remaining: 30
This session will introduce you to the Rights, Respect, Responsibility (3R's) curriculum, including how to navigate the 3R's website. We will explore lesson components and strategies for educators teaching the 3R's. Please join us for this Overview, before attending the grade level session on February 3rd. Facilitated by Advocates for Youth
2/3/2022
4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
3 R's: Rights, Respect, Responsibility: Grade Level Curriculum Exploration
Spaces Remaining: 30
This session will focus on teacing the 3R's curriculum in grade level classrooms, including a deep dive into a lesson. We will work in break out rooms by grade level to explore the curriculum. Facilitated by Advocates for Youth
2/16/2022
9:00 AM to 12:15 PM
Entering the Coaching Conversation with Dr. Diane Jackson February 16, 2022
Spaces Remaining: 93
Coaches will explore their current beliefs and how those beliefs might facilitate or debilitate the relationship with a teacher. In addition, the training will provide the coaches with the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to shift teachers thinking from responding “This is how we have always done it,” to new possibilities never thought before. Coaches will acquire a vast knowledge of effective coaching skills to mediate thinking of the coachee/teacher. This will enable the coachee/teacher to think deeply about their practice to monitor and adjust as necessary. Coaches will understand the link between effective coaching and the transformation of teacher practice. February 16, 2022 - Participants will examine reflective strategies designed to improve their coaching skills and dispositions.
2/23/2022
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Puberty: The Wonder Years - Elementary Sex Education Curriculum
Spaces Remaining: 32
Completion of this workshop prepares teachers to teach Puberty: The Wonder Years, a research-based sex education curriculum for grades 4 through 6. This curriculum must be adopted by your school board before it can be implemented. There is a $25 registration fee associated with this workshop plus additional curriculum costs.
2/24/2022
2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Teaching Sex Ed Virtually: Elementary (virtual)
Spaces Remaining: 30
Join us to discuss teaching sex education virtually for elementary students. How to effectively create a safe and supportive environment; strategies to boost student engagement, and adapting traditional teaching strategies. Facilitated by MOASH (Michigan Organization on Adolescent School Health)
March
3/15/2022
9:00 AM to 2:00 PM
1807 Learning Collaborative SHIFT Mid-Michigan
Spaces Remaining: 40
This learning collaborative meeting is only for recipients of the 1807 CDC DASH Grant, regionally called SHIFT Mid-Michigan. We have scheduled this time to do collaborative work.