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If you plan to attend a LONG session in the afternoon you will not need to choose one of these afternoon SHORT sessions!
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ACEs Up: Next steps in implementing ACE CurriculumAnyone from SSSD schools who is involved in the ACE Curriculum implementation including Severe Need SPED teachers and Severe Needs Paraprofessionals who use the program in working with their students.

Anyone from any other district who would like to hear more about the ACE curriculum and see in real time how implementation challenges and successes have played out to date in Steamboat.
Marty Lamansky, Director of Teaching and Learning, Steamboat Springs School District will facilitateUEM 213
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All the world's a stage...including your classroomFULL. All educators preK-12Jamie Oberhansly, Drama, Steamboat Springs High SchoolUEM 214
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Changes in the State Model Evaluation System and 17-18 PilotPre K-12 Teachers and AdministratorsJoslyn Robich, CDE Educator Effectiveness Specialist and Curtis Garcia, CDE Educator Effectiveness Regional SpecialistUSC 221
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Closing ConversationsAnyone who would like to end their COLLAB day by connecting with regional peers through small group discussions. Julie Dalke & Jane Toothaker, COLLAB co-plannersLSC 120
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CO SAT, CO PSAT 10, CO Grade 9 Assessment UpdateHigh School Teachers, Administrators and CounselorsWill Morton and Jared Anthony, CDELSC 125
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Creating a Bridge Between Reading and WritingFULL. Have you tried to make intentional connections from your reading curriculum or group book to writing? Have you wanted to make those connections but need some support from your colleagues?
Do you want your students to read like writers and write like readers?
Are you trying to find some new strategies to create more passionate readers and writers?
Just need a refresher?

If you answered YES to any of those questions, this may be the session for you!
Katie Weeks, Eron Haubert, & Kalie McHaffie; 4th-5th Grade, Strawberry Park ElementaryLEM 108
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Explore National Geographic's Giant Map of ColoradoAll Pre-K-12 Teachers. Repeat of Session 2.Rebecca Theobald is an Assistant Research Professor for the Departmen of Geography and Environmental Studies at the University of Colorado at Colorado SpringsMedia Center 216
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Facilitating Inclusion in Secondary ClassroomsSecondary ParaprofessionalsDan Juba, SPED Teacher, Steamboat Springs High SchoolLSC 131
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Fitting Play Into Your Very Busy DayFULL. PreK-2 Teachers and support staffKaren Draper, Rita Farrel, Carol Harris, Mark Simmons, & Maggie Moore; Kindergarten Team, Strawberry Park ElementaryUSC 219
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Marijuana and the Colorado StudentFULL. K-12 teachers, paraprofessionals, administrators and counselorsMolly Lotz is an educator, social worker and co-creator of the Marijuana Education InitiativeUSC 217
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Project-Based Learning through three lensesClassroom teachers, specialty teachers and administrators who are interested in exploring Project Based Learning as a Summer Extension program.Debbie Wexler, ELL Coordinator; Amanda Evans, 1st Grade; and Hannah White, Title I-- West GrandLSC 130
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SEED LoungeWould you like the time and support to reflect on your own personal learning needs? The SEED Lounge is the perfect opportunity for teachers or evaluators to spend time working with SEED PAK resources and tools in a relaxed atmosphere. SEED coaches will be on hand to answer questions, give tips on PAK usage and offer support to teachers as they develop professional growth goals. This session is designed specifically for those who are evaluators or are evaluated on the Colorado Rubric for teachers. Come on by and become a SEED Lounger!Raylene Olinger, SEED Innovation Coach, NW BOCESCommons
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Supporting Student LeadersAnyone who works with secondary student leaders, especially those at the high school level. These leaders could be a part of student government or a specific club, organization or activity.Kelly Erickson, Steamboat Springs High SchoolUEM 210
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What's Going On-Playing with the Mystery of Self RegulationPre-K-12 Teachers including Special Education, Paraprofessionals, Counselors and Administrators- Repeat of Session 3SSophie Berkley is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Synergetic Play Therapist and Registered Play Therapist. She works in private practice, school settings and with Mind Springs Health.USC 220
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Session 4 Short