Tune in to Substitute Teaching
The need for substitute teachers is at an all-time high. Substitute teachers are a vital part of any school system and well-prepared substitutes are key for their success. This course reviews some of the key elements of successful substitute teaching.
Standards Based Grading Cohort Year Zero
Is your district exploring standards-based grading? Wanting to learn from a national expert? Then this cohort is for you! Join some of your regional colleagues in “Year 0” – an exploration of standards-based grading with Tom Schimmer from Solution Tree.
School Nurses Virtual Network
2020-21 Meetings: August 27 October 13 December 3 February 4 April 8 June 10 Time: School Nurses network meetings are 9-10 am. As situations arise, more meetings may be planned to keep up with a rapidly changing educational environment. A Zoom link will be shared prior to the first meeting. Per Participant Fee: No cost due to COVID-19
Leaders in Educational Excellence - LEEA
This ceremony recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of outstanding educational leaders from our member school districts. Over 150 educators and administrators are honored each year. Date: Wednesday, October 21, 2020 Time: 6:00PM - 8:00PM
Curriculum Coordinators/District Assessment Coordinators Network
The Curriculum Coordinators Network (CCN) and the District Assessment Coordinators (DAC) are two groups that often deal with similar issues. As a result, these two groups can collaborate, exchange information, and share best practices regarding curriculum, instruction, and assessment.
Perennial - Cultural Competency - Course
In this course, participants will dig deeper into equipping and empowering themselves to interrupt systems that fail to be conducive to learning for all student groups. Participants will learn how to address inequities and inequitable practices in their schools. Participants will meet the PELSB Cultural Competency requirements for re-licensure.
GRIDS Professional Developent
Organizational growth and improvement requires inspirational leadership. This professional opportunity is for any leader, even those leaders who are not in high-up positions, who wish to take a deep dive into assessing their current system and advance key influencers of progress while diminishing struggles. Wrapped around the text GRIDS: Framing a System’s Thinking, participants will examine the state of their organization relative to the nine GRIDS of culture, politics, equity, professionalism, ethics, politics, symbols, relationships, and finances. Each GRID holds a unique element for guiding key decisions for moving forward. Come with issues and leave with solutions! This opportunity is for the reflective practitioner who continuously aspires to improve the condition of their organization. Dates are (all sessions are virtual): Sept. 29, 10-1 Oct. 27, 9-10:30 Dec. 1, 9-10:30 Cost includes a copy of the book GRIDS. The sessions will be led by Dr. Mary Jenatscheck, author of the book and are available for leaders in both education and local government.