Join us to review and discuss the many issues facing leaders as we reopen schools this fall. Come with questions, ideas of implementation and a collaborative spirit. Access our agenda and resources at https://bit.ly/GBCIA2020.
Use the Lifecourse framework to develop a plan, problem-solve different instructional scenarios for the 2020-2021 school year and maintain focus on priorities and needs for students with disabilities and their families.
Join PK-2nd grade teachers in Kansas to network and discuss hot topics happening in the various classroom settings. We will meet on Wednesday, August 12th, 18th, and 25th at 9AM. Join us for all or whatever your schedule allows. Bring questions, concerns, ideas, and celebrations to share.
Join 3rd - 5th grade teachers in Kansas to network and discuss hot topics happening in the various classroom settings We will meet on Wednesday, August 12th, 18th, and 25th at 9AM. Join us for all or whatever your schedule allows. Bring questions, concerns, ideas, and celebrations to share
Many students enter school having experienced some form of trauma, which significantly impacts brain development and the ability to learn. This session will provide background knowledge relative to trauma, explain the impacts of trauma on brain development, and provide basic trauma-informed practices that lessen the negative impacts of adverse childhood experiences on learning.
Learn basic Zoom skills. In this session we will cover the basic settings and best practices for creating and hosting meetings.
Jamie Manhart, Greenbush, and Angie Feyh, KSDE, are co-hosting this work session for anyone who is involved in entering CTE Student Data for their district. At the local level, failure to submit CTE Student Data by August 15 jeopardizes the Perkins funding for your school district. It is a requirement to submit CTE Student Data
This workshop emphasizes the need for teachers and leaders to remain calm and courageous in difficult and stressful times. We explore the cumulative effect of anxiety on groups and organizations, as well as provide effective strategies in maintaining a nonreactive presence in the midst of trying circumstances.
ELA Standards: Increasing Complexity and Rigor, part 1 of 2, Participants will learn what is complex text and how to evaluate it, why it interferes with standard instruction and assessment, and how to scaffold learning to address it. Audience: Grades 4-10 ELA, SpEd, interventionists, instructional coaches. Presenter: Joann McRell, KSDE K-12 ELA Consultant
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
This is part of an ongoing weekly series for principals to collaborate around school reopening with safety, operations, and leadership at the forefront of the conversation. Additionally, relevant and timely resources will be provided.
In this session, we will review the background of determining function. This will be about YOU, you will bring your own scenarios and situations to discuss and problem solve around as a group. This is a collaborative session and the content will depend on the attendees participation as well as sharing resources as needed.
Explore ideas and solutions to social distancing challenges and minimal touch active learning stations. In addition, there will be time for teachers to share resources and ideas from their own planning.
In this session, participants will learn how to use social and emotional data to guide practice. After a brief overview of practical strategies for assessing student social and emotional well-being, the session will center on a simulated data review meeting in which participants will have the opportunity to review and interpret social and emotional assessment
Throughout these unparalleled times, we have an opportunity for increased collaboration and collective problem-solving. Together we will learn, lead, and develop supports for the students, staff, and caregivers in which we care so deeply.
Dig into the competencies, performance assessment rubrics, and instructional examples included in the Navigating Change document.
Join counselors in Kansas to network and discuss hot topics happening in the realm of school counseling. We will meet on Wednesday, August 12th, 19th, and 26th at 1PM. Join us for all or whatever your schedule allows. Networking rooms will be availalbe for elementary, middle, and high school counselors during the hour session.
Using Breakout session in Zoom