|Jun 26, 2018||2 Day Beginning Principal Training to Combat Your First Year Hurdles||ROE #3 Professional Development Center, 1500 W. Jefferson St., Vandalia IL 62471||
This program will provide first and second year principals, assistant principals, and dean of students with the support and resources they need to thrive in their new positions. The goal of our training is to help/support new leaders to reflect on practice, collaborate to develop specific strategies, and analyze strengths and areas for improvement. Real life scenarios will be given to discuss legal impacts, policies, and political implications.
|Jul 24, 2018||Brain-based Laughing and Learning: An Alternative to Shut-up and Listen||ROE #3 Professional Development Center, 1500 W. Jefferson St., Vandalia, IL 62471||
Everyone is born with a brain, everyone is born with a sense of humor, and both of these concepts are innately connected to learning. By grounding the work in empirical studies, the interactive seminar provides the research, and more importantly practical examples, of how to integrate humor into the learning environment. Through the modeling of brain-based concepts, the seminar will provide both theory and practical guidelines for educators. Learn how easy it is to engage students that in an organic way to improve teaching, increase learning, and even enhance leadership abilities. You will laugh your way to learning
|Jul 25, 2018||Be the SPARK: Igniting Powerful Professional Learning in Your School||ROE # Professional Development Center, 1500 W. Jefferson St., Vandalia, IL 62471||
Engulf your professional development with energizing and personalized strategies. Learn how to plan and execute an EdCamp, Coffee EDU, Patio PD, Twitter Challenges, Flipped Faculty Meetings and engaging strategies that model what you want to see in the classroom. Be the spark to spread a burning desire in your staff to continuously learn, grow and build a Personal Learning Network. Extinguish those boring sit and get faculty meeting and SIP days with these sure fire activities and practices.
|Aug 3, 2018||The ABCs of School Nutrition for Food Service Personnel||ROE #3 Professional Development Center 1500 W Jefferson Street Vandalia, IL 62471||
Attend the ABCs of School Nutrition Learning Institute for a FREE day of local food service training providing 6 hours of USDA Professional Standards credit for the 2018-2019 school year. The following topics will be covered: Fresh Fruit & Vegetable Taste Tests, USDA Smart Snacks, School Wellness Policies, and Managing Food Waste in the Cafeteria.
|Aug 7, 2018||Gathering Evidence During Observations and Conferencing Using The Danielson Model #1801||ROE #45 in Columbia||
This course will allow participants to learn effective skills and strategies for using Charlotte Danielson's Frameworks in a summative setting in order to more effectively: 1. Identify evidence at the component/element level during formal and informal observations; 2. Use evidence to effectively rate staff on the levels of performance for each domain; 3. Acquire strategies to support effective collaborative conferencing around formal and informal observations; and 4. Learn techniques, strategies, and protocols to use when conferencing with staff about professional development. Course participants will apply these new skills and strategies to a case study of professional practice as it relates to their work in the teacher appraisal system.
|Aug 8, 2018||School Safety Summit||ROE #3 Professional Development Center 1500 W Jefferson Street Vandalia, IL 62471||
Come join ROE #3 for our School Safety Summit. We will start the morning with two presenters. Mia Ray Langheim the School Intelligence Officer with Statewide Terrorism & Intelligence Center along with Sam Jingfors from Safer Schools Together to provide a presentation on Proper Digital Assessment for Violence Potential in our Schools. After lunch we will devote time for you to work with your district/school team on your
|Aug 9, 2018||Principal/Teacher Evaluator Retraining: Student Growth #3000, #3001, #3002||ROE #45 in Columbia||
1. Use assessments and measurement models identified by the joint committee in determining the student growth attributable to individual teachers/principals and understand how different types of assessments are used for measuring growth; 2. Use data from the evaluation rubric, other evidence collected, and best practices relative to evaluating student growth to link teacher/principal and school-level professional development plans to evaluation results; 3. Create, in collaboration with teachers/principals, supportive, targeted professional development plans that consider past results, contribute to professional growth, and assist teachers/principals in aligning professional development and goal-setting to school improvement goals; and 4. Communicate evaluation outcomes and findings in constructive and supportive ways that enable teachers/principals to set goals and improve practice. NOTE: Participants will have one week following the Academy to complete their A/D Component and send their completed E-Template to the presenter for review and comment.
|Aug 9, 2018||Unleash the Power of the Paraprofessional||ROE #3 Professional Development Center, 1500 W. Jefferson St., Vandalia, IL 62471||
For too long the potential of paraprofessionals has been overlooked. Research indicates that classrooms that support maximum student achievement and that foster positive behaviors require the efforts of all educators. Effective classroom management techniques and instructional strategies that support building relationships with students, teachers, and parents will be addressed. Research based instructional and behavioral techniques that can help paraprofessionals dealing with high-needs students will be presented and practiced.
|Aug 10, 2018||AA #1448 Teacher Evaluator Competency Skill Building for Pre-Qaulified Teacher Evaluators||St. Clair Regional Office of Education #50||Administrators who evaluate teachers must demonstrate a high rate of inter-rater reliability, and communicate evaluation outcomes in constructive and supportive ways. Administrators who evaluate teachers must also recognize and control for bias when conducting an evaluation and determining results. School districts in Illinois must provide professional development to administrators to strengthen these skills on a sustained basis. This course focuses on Domains 2 and 3, and is intended to move administrators who have passed the ISBE evaluator training, and who are very familiar with Charlotte Danielson's 2011/2013 Framework for Teaching, from compliance to competency.|
|Sep 12, 2018||Becoming a Trauma Informed School||ROE #3 Professional Development Center 1500 W Jefferson Street Vandalia, IL 62471||
This two day training is designed for district/school teams to be trained on trauma informed strategies and how to implement school wide. By the end of this training teams will be able to:
|Sep 21, 2018||What do Principals Look for When They Observe and Evaluate? Tips to Help you Rock Your Evaluation!||ROE #3 Professional Development Center, 1500 W. Jefferson St., Vandalia, IL 62471||
So what exactly is my principal looking for when he/she comes into my classroom to observe me? We will dig in to the nuts and bolts of the teacher evaluation by taking a deeper dive into the 4 domains, distinguish the qualities of each rating and practice rating various teaching scenarios.
|Oct 24, 2018||Free Drug Endangered Children (DEC) Training||ROE #3 Professional Development Center, 1500 W. Jefferson St., Vandalia, IL 62471||
If you work with or around children - You won’t want to miss out on this!!! Fayette County Interagency Council is pleased to present this free high quality training thanks to all of our sponsors!!! Eric Nation helped start and develop Jasper County Drug Endangered Children Alliance and is a member of the National DEC Criminal Justice Working Group. He is a Certified Core DEC Instructor and has been involved in the training of thousands of professionals across the United States!!
Drug endangered children are part of a growing population of children whose lives are being impacted by parental substance use or drug activity. This training will look at overcoming the challenges in aligning the agencies and systems responsible for preventing, intervening, and treating issues related to drug endangered children. This training will also focus on how to implement the Drug Endangered Children (DEC) Approach, which has been proven to be effective in increasing the chances of better outcomes for drug endangered children and breaking multi-generational cycles of abuse and neglect. Insights about how various professionals are in a position to identify, protect, and serve drug endangered children and their families will be provided.
Space is limited . . . Register today!!