Session 3 Long: 1-3:40pm
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If you choose to attend one of these LONG sessions, do not also pick a 3 short or 4 short session.
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Autism and Teen Social Coaching for Student SuccessPre K-12 Teachers, Counselors, Administrators and Paraprofessionals Lisa Lorenz is the Executive Director for the Yampa Valley Autism Program and Jessica Reagon is a special education teacher at Steamboat Springs Middle School. LSC 123
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Band and Orchestra Mash Repair Unit!K-12 Music EducatorsDaniel Parker is a master craftsman with over 45 years of experience in the BSIR trade.136-Band/Orchestra
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Close Reading: The Upper GradesIf your students participate in state/ high stakes testing and are asked to: make claims, examine meaning thoroughly and analytically, find the central idea, support details, reflect meaning or indentify developed ideas… then this class is for you.(Grade 4-12 and content specific teachers this is YOU!)Darcee Kissler, Retired 6th Grade Teacher, EGSDUSC 228
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Concurrent Teacher SharingSecondary teachers who are presently teaching concurrent enrollment courses through CNCC at any HSJulie Hoff, CNCC & Jay Whaley, CTE, South RouttUEM 209
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Creating the Ownership MindsetFULL. Pre K-12 Teachers, Counselors and AdministratorsTodd Mussleman, last year's keynote speaker at COLLAB, has a strong background in business and sales and is a professional musician.UEM 211
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Early Childhood PDIS Your ChoiceEarly childhood teachers and paraprofessionals who want to take advantage of this time to complete mandatory modules in the PDIS system.Diane Jacobsen, Early Childhood Teacher, EGSD & Colorado ShinesLSC 115
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Explore Monoprinting without a Printing PressK-12 Art TeachersAbby Schukei, Middle School Art Teacher in Omaha Nebraska232 Art
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Grant Writing- 8 steps to success!Anyone who is interested in getting tips for how to write a successful grant application
Susanmarie Oddo, Art Teacher, Steamboat Springs Middle School & Karla Setter, Grant Writer, Routt County SchoolsUEM 212
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How to Write Effective College Letters of RecommendationSecondary teachers and secondary counselorsDanica Moss, School Guidance Counselor, Steamboat Springs High SchoolLSC 118
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Incorporating Fly-Fishing Into Your ClassroomFULL. For 3rd-12th grade teachers, GenEd, PE, SPEDBennett Colvin, Math/Science & Jeff Ruff, Social Studies/Language Arts, Steamboat Springs Middle SchoolLSC 127
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Mostly Paperless Classroom with Google Apps For EducationTeachers K-12Erin-Rose Schneider, Math Teacher, Middle Park High SchoolUSC 227
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PE-Fit, Fun, Strategize and Assess All MoversK-12 Physical Education TeachersMatt Mundy is a Physical Education Teacher in the Cherry Creek School DistrictKelly Meek Gym (New)
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Rube Goldberg and STEM Integration Across the CurriculumAll educators desiring to integrate STEM into their curriculum.
Any educators who want to provide learning that brings creativity, innovation, and connections to their students.
Christine Schein-Colorado Department of Education-School LibrariesLEM 107
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Science and Our Food SupplyMiddle School Science, Secondary Science, Health, FACS, and any teachers that would like to incorporate food science into their classroom.Emmylou Harmon, West Grand School DistrictLEM 113
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Standards for Mathematical PracticeHigh School and Middle School Mathematics Teachers and any others who are ready to work on thought-provoking middle level mathematics.Jim Loats recently retired from teaching in the Mathematics and Computer Science Department at Metropolitan State University in Denver LEM 111
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Stir It Up:Strategies for Diverse LearnersK-12 Teachers including ELL, GT and Special Education, AdministratorsBeth Skelton is a national presenter and supports schools with teaching diverse learners. Lower Theatre
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Sun & Shadows- hiSTORY Walking TourElementary and secondary teachers seeking inspiration regarding social studies, literacy & story, natural history and/or teaching in an outdoor “classroom”. This tour is appropriate for newcomers as well as teachers who attended last year’s session.Marianne Capra, National & Cultural HistorianOff Campus-meet by front door
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Threat Assessment: Warning Signs and Risk BehaviorsMiddle School and High School Teachers, Administrators and CounselorsBrad Stiles has worked in the US Army, the Jeffco Sheriff Office and is an Emergency Response Outreach ConsultantLEM 110
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TPRS Demo/Practice, MovieTalkWorld Language Teachers, ELL Teachers, and AdministratorsVon Ray is a long-time TPRS presenter and author of publications and materials. He has given many presentations on TPRS and other CI related topics.LSC 124
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Trauma in Schools-Advanced LevelPre K-12 Teachers, Counselors, Paraprofessionals and AdministratorsRyan Burkhart, Program Director for the Masters of Arts counseling program at Colorado Christian UniveristyLSC 122
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Yoga for Teachers and classroom strategies for studentsFULL. Any grade level teachers and support staff who are interested in incorporating some yoga into their classrooms, student sessions, OR may just be interested in experiencing yoga and breathing techniques for themselves. Liz Leipold, Occupational Therapist, NW BOCESOld Gym
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Session 3 Long