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Remote Learning 101: Environment, Emotional Connection, and Engagement

In this 2 hour session, we will explore the aerial view of Remote and Hybrid Learning. Topics covered will include: * How to best set up your virtual classroom for minimal stress and maximum results *How to set the stage at the start of the school year, in order to build meaningful emotional connections with

ELA Standards: Alignment & Curriculum Development, part 2 of 2

ELA Standards: Alignment and Curriculum Development, part 2, will have participants breaking down standards for scaffold. Participants will also address how to personalize learning by the using a framework to consider student needs. Additional resources will supplement strategies and experiences. Audience: Grade 4-10 ELA teachers, interventionists, SpEd teachers, and instructional coaches. Presenters: Joann McRell, KSDE

Got Stress? Practical Tools for Tough Times

There has never been a time when stress levels were as high as they are today! Even prior to 2020, over 77% of people in the United States were experiencing chronic stress on a daily basis. Learning to manage stress and emotion is critical to performing professionally, supporting the children you teach and enhancing your

Activities to Connect: Virtually and In Person

Building relationships in the classroom and school building is essential to supporting learning throughout the year. These relationships are even more essential as we recover and move forward from quarantine. In this session, we will share activities that help us connect with students and school staff. Join us as we play-to-learn these fun initiatives designed

PDC Required Training/ PDP Toolbox Q&A with Tonya and Jay

An opportunity to complete the Yearly Required PDC Training followed up by a PDP Toolbox Q&A with Tonya and Jay. There will be 4 sessions offered from 1-3 PM (August 11th, 17th, 20th, or 25th) so pick a day that will fit into your schedule and join us for the Required Training and Q&A.

Kansas Education Systems Accreditation (KESA): What can be expected

KESA is the state's accreditation process which requires a continuous learning plan to help systems focus on the success of each student. During this "new normal" , there are many questions about the implementation of strategies and evaluation of strategies for student learning. In this session participants will get the latest KESA updates and will

Zoom 101

Learn basic Zoom skills. In this session we will cover the basic settings and best practices for creating and hosting meetings.

Got Stress? Practical Tools for Tough Times

There has never been a time when stress levels were as high as they are today! Even prior to 2020, over 77% of people in the United States were experiencing chronic stress on a daily basis. Learning to manage stress and emotion is critical to performing professionally, supporting the children you teach and enhancing your

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