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AHostIntended AudienceESC Registration LinkTitle of TrainingDateTimePD HoursPresenter(s)Max # of AttendeesLMS/Zoom LinkSession Description
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Math ADEStatewideLinkQuEST for Mathematical Proficiency: K-5 6-3-208:30am-3:30pm6 hoursLeads: Jamie Hawkins & Tori Rocole
Supporting: Tahnya Price & Kisa Morman
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https://zoom.us/j/99594596218
This interactive session will focus on supporting students to make sense of problems, model with mathematics, and justify and explain their reasoning across math content standards. Participants will explore strategies, tools, and resources that promote reasoning and problem solving and prepare students for rigorous, standardized assessments like the ACT Aspire. Strategies to support all students including Gifted and Talented, Special Education, and English Learners will be included. The session is open to all K-5 math educators.
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Math ADEStatewideLinkQuEST for Mathematical Proficiency: K-5 7-13-208:30am-3:30pm6 hours Leads: Jamie Hawkins & Tori Rocole; Supporting: Tahnya Price & Kisa Morman25https://zoom.us/j/98603958290 This interactive session will focus on supporting students to make sense of problems, model with mathematics, and justify and explain their reasoning across math content standards. Participants will explore strategies, tools, and resources that promote reasoning and problem solving and prepare students for rigorous, standardized assessments like the ACT Aspire. Strategies to support all students including Gifted and Talented, Special Education, and English Learners will be included. The session is open to all K-5 math educators.
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Math ADEStatewideLinkQuEST for Mathematical Proficiency: 6-86-8-208:30am-3:30pm6 hoursLeads: Tahnya Price & Tori Rocole
Supporting: Jamie Hawkins & Kisa Morman
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https://zoom.us/j/96154553505
This interactive session will focus on supporting students to make sense of problems, model with mathematics, and justify and explain their reasoning across math content standards. Participants will explore strategies, tools, and resources that promote reasoning and problem solving and prepare students for rigorous, standardized assessments like the ACT Aspire. Strategies to support all students including Gifted and Talented, Special Education, and English Learners will be included. The session is open to all 6-8 math educators.
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Math ADEStatewideLinkQuEST for Mathematical Proficiency: 6-87-15-208:30am-3:30pm6 hoursLeads: Tahnya Price & Tori Rocole
Supporting: Jamie Hawkins & Kisa Morman
25https://zoom.us/j/95244354674 This interactive session will focus on supporting students to make sense of problems, model with mathematics, and justify and explain their reasoning across math content standards. Participants will explore strategies, tools, and resources that promote reasoning and problem solving and prepare students for rigorous, standardized assessments like the ACT Aspire. Strategies to support all students including Gifted and Talented, Special Education, and English Learners will be included. The session is open to all 6-8 math educators.
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Math ADEStatewideLinkQuEST for Mathematical Proficiency: HS 6-10-208:30am-3:30pm6 hoursLeads: Tahnya Price & Kisa Morman’ Supporting: Jamie Hawkins & Tori Rocole25https://zoom.us/j/99606829790 This interactive session will focus on supporting students to make sense of problems, model with mathematics, and justify and explain their reasoning across math content standards. Participants will explore strategies, tools, and resources that promote reasoning and problem solving and prepare students for rigorous, standardized assessments like the ACT Aspire. Strategies to support all students including Gifted and Talented, Special Education, and English Learners will be included. The session is open to all HS math educators.
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Math ADEStatewideLinkQuEST for Mathematical Proficiency: HS 7-22-208:30am-3:30pm6 hoursLeads: Tahnya Price & Kisa Morman’ Supporting: Jamie Hawkins & Tori Rocole25https://zoom.us/j/96111362081This interactive session will focus on supporting students to make sense of problems, model with mathematics, and justify and explain their reasoning across math content standards. Participants will explore strategies, tools, and resources that promote reasoning and problem solving and prepare students for rigorous, standardized assessments like the ACT Aspire. Strategies to support all students including Gifted and Talented, Special Education, and English Learners will be included. The session is open to all HS math educators.
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HumanitiesADESocial Studies EducatorsLinkClose Reading of Primary SourcesJune 3, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursMelissa Starkey/Thomas Coy40https://zoom.us/j/93665202508?pwd=OEJLRitoYnhvS0F6cWtJR2ZpNTFmQT09Close-reading primary sources can greatly enhance student engagement across all grade levels. In this session, participants will learn strategies to engage students in close reading activities, such as see/think/wonder, says/means/matters, and other methods of document analysis using art, objects, photos, and more. Participants will also learn where to find resources and primary source documents for classroom use. This session is appropriate for K-12
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HumanitiesADESocial Studies EducatorsLinkClose Reading of Primary SourcesJune 10, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursMelissa Starkey/Thomas Coy40https://zoom.us/j/98133366636?pwd=ODBTTXR6Rk1zdktYeVdVKzE0VElyZz09Close-reading primary sources can greatly enhance student engagement across all grade levels. In this session, participants will learn strategies to engage students in close reading activities, such as see/think/wonder, says/means/matters, and other methods of document analysis using art, objects, photos, and more. Participants will also learn where to find resources and primary source documents for classroom use. This session is appropriate for K-12
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HumanitiesADESocial Studies EducatorsLinkClose Reading of Primary SourcesJuly 1, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursMelissa Starkey/Thomas Coy40https://zoom.us/j/92505305289?pwd=cmE3YUhSOTdvR3VXcVZkWmNwaWVYQT09Close-reading primary sources can greatly enhance student engagement across all grade levels. In this session, participants will learn strategies to engage students in close reading activities, such as see/think/wonder, says/means/matters, and other methods of document analysis using art, objects, photos, and more. Participants will also learn where to find resources and primary source documents for classroom use. This session is appropriate for K-12
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HumanitiesADESocial Studies EducatorsLinkClose Reading of Primary SourcesJuly 22, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursMelissa Starkey/Thomas Coy40https://zoom.us/j/95949237226?pwd=OVdsdTlxd3dmMnhiY0Zza0tmNlhFQT09Close-reading primary sources can greatly enhance student engagement across all grade levels. In this session, participants will learn strategies to engage students in close reading activities, such as see/think/wonder, says/means/matters, and other methods of document analysis using art, objects, photos, and more. Participants will also learn where to find resources and primary source documents for classroom use. This session is appropriate for K-12
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HumanitiesADEAll EducatorsLinkG.U.I.D.E. for Life in Schools: Building Foundations and StrategiesJune 2, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursSusan JobeN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/94250430256?pwd=Tk5JTUhYZWpZRkxoRm1Td21Od0srUT09Designed to support teachers, administrators, and school staff on the G.U.I.D.E. for Life personal competencies for student success, its importance, and how to implement and integrate SEL/G.U.I.D.E. for Life into their respective contexts in a culturally responsive way. This training provides information about the various ways that SEL can be thoroughly integrated in a school’s policies and practices. We also will discuss methods to create a learning environment that is conducive to SEL, use SEL-based strategies in the delivery of curricula, use SEL-related data for continuous improvement, as well as explore educator self-care and emotional resiliency. There will be 5 different 2 hour sessions via zoom. Each session will focus on a different principle of the G.U.I.D.E. for Life.
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HumanitiesADEAll EducatorsLinkG.U.I.D.E. for Life in Schools: Building Foundations and StrategiesJune 9, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursSusan JobeN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/93729756953?pwd=MEVWb2xtcXc0dysrcThoSTV0KzFzdz09Designed to support teachers, administrators, and school staff on the G.U.I.D.E. for Life personal competencies for student success, its importance, and how to implement and integrate SEL/G.U.I.D.E. for Life into their respective contexts in a culturally responsive way. This training provides information about the various ways that SEL can be thoroughly integrated in a school’s policies and practices. We also will discuss methods to create a learning environment that is conducive to SEL, use SEL-based strategies in the delivery of curricula, use SEL-related data for continuous improvement, as well as explore educator self-care and emotional resiliency. There will be 5 different 2 hour sessions via zoom. Each session will focus on a different principle of the G.U.I.D.E. for Life.
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HumanitiesADEAll EducatorsLinkG.U.I.D.E. for Life in Schools: Building Foundations and StrategiesJune 23, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursSusan JobeN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/93649062816?pwd=QzByU2U3MFh1SzEvVjdzc1h5b09UQT09Designed to support teachers, administrators, and school staff on the G.U.I.D.E. for Life personal competencies for student success, its importance, and how to implement and integrate SEL/G.U.I.D.E. for Life into their respective contexts in a culturally responsive way. This training provides information about the various ways that SEL can be thoroughly integrated in a school’s policies and practices. We also will discuss methods to create a learning environment that is conducive to SEL, use SEL-based strategies in the delivery of curricula, use SEL-related data for continuous improvement, as well as explore educator self-care and emotional resiliency. There will be 5 different 2 hour sessions via zoom. Each session will focus on a different principle of the G.U.I.D.E. for Life.
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HumanitiesADEAll EducatorsLinkG.U.I.D.E. for Life in Schools: Building Foundations and StrategiesJune 309:00am-11:00am2 hoursSusan JobeN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/94410334078?pwd=eGZyQzBDay8wanNVR0VPemwwNGJBUT09Designed to support teachers, administrators, and school staff on the G.U.I.D.E. for Life personal competencies for student success, its importance, and how to implement and integrate SEL/G.U.I.D.E. for Life into their respective contexts in a culturally responsive way. This training provides information about the various ways that SEL can be thoroughly integrated in a school’s policies and practices. We also will discuss methods to create a learning environment that is conducive to SEL, use SEL-based strategies in the delivery of curricula, use SEL-related data for continuous improvement, as well as explore educator self-care and emotional resiliency. There will be 5 different 2 hour sessions via zoom. Each session will focus on a different principle of the G.U.I.D.E. for Life.
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HumanitiesADEAll EducatorsLinkG.U.I.D.E. for Life in Schools: Building Foundations and StrategiesJuly 7, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursSusan JobeN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/91319805717?pwd=YXo1YTRaV2kzYzFvRUgycVlxNGFFQT09Designed to support teachers, administrators, and school staff on the G.U.I.D.E. for Life personal competencies for student success, its importance, and how to implement and integrate SEL/G.U.I.D.E. for Life into their respective contexts in a culturally responsive way. This training provides information about the various ways that SEL can be thoroughly integrated in a school’s policies and practices. We also will discuss methods to create a learning environment that is conducive to SEL, use SEL-based strategies in the delivery of curricula, use SEL-related data for continuous improvement, as well as explore educator self-care and emotional resiliency. There will be 5 different 2 hour sessions via zoom. Each session will focus on a different principle of the G.U.I.D.E. for Life.
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HumanitiesADEElementary Media Specialists
LinkSo How Do I Turn Those New Library Media Standards Into Lesson Plans?June 8, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursCassandra BarnettN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/95985894758?pwd=K1lCcXRuWlRoWUFnTG5GNUU0TjlLUT09This workshop will take a deep dive into the newly released Arkansas K – 12 Library Media Standards. Participants will explore how the standards can be used to revise their current curriculum, develop lesson plans and assessments adaptable for any content area. Resource documents, grade level benchmarks and implementation strategies will be provided. This work will start with introductory zooms that are organized by grade band to get participants into the work. Then the learning will transition to a learning management system with collaborative virtual meetings throughout the duration. This workshop content and structure will incorporate the following domains of the Teacher Excellence and Support System (TESS): 1a, 1b, 1c, 1e, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 4a and 4e.
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HumanitiesADEMiddle School Media SpecialistsLinkSo How Do I Turn Those New Library Media Standards Into Lesson Plans?June 15, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursCassandra BarnettN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/91583548643?pwd=cjdrK1lkb1JTTEtIa2poajVZbzNEdz09This workshop will take a deep dive into the newly released Arkansas K – 12 Library Media Standards. Participants will explore how the standards can be used to revise their current curriculum, develop lesson plans and assessments adaptable for any content area. Resource documents, grade level benchmarks and implementation strategies will be provided. This work will start with introductory zooms that are organized by grade band to get participants into the work. Then the learning will transition to a learning management system with collaborative virtual meetings throughout the duration. This workshop content and structure will incorporate the following domains of the Teacher Excellence and Support System (TESS): 1a, 1b, 1c, 1e, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 4a and 4e.
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HumanitiesADEHigh School Media SpecialistsLinkSo How Do I Turn Those New Library Media Standards Into Lesson Plans?June 22, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursCassandra BarnettN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/91884485935?pwd=UXpUUUtxV1V2YlE0OUxVM2dhUXQwUT09This workshop will take a deep dive into the newly released Arkansas K – 12 Library Media Standards. Participants will explore how the standards can be used to revise their current curriculum, develop lesson plans and assessments adaptable for any content area. Resource documents, grade level benchmarks and implementation strategies will be provided. This work will start with introductory zooms that are organized by grade band to get participants into the work. Then the learning will transition to a learning management system with collaborative virtual meetings throughout the duration. This workshop content and structure will incorporate the following domains of the Teacher Excellence and Support System (TESS): 1a, 1b, 1c, 1e, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 4a and 4e.
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HumanitiesADEElementary Media Specialists (Follow Up Zoom)
LinkSo How Do I Turn Those New Library Media Standards Into Lesson Plans?July 13, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursCassandra BarnettN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/96927799010?pwd=NFFLM0xhM1Fjd1lUdU9Za3dKY2JUZz09This workshop will take a deep dive into the newly released Arkansas K – 12 Library Media Standards. Participants will explore how the standards can be used to revise their current curriculum, develop lesson plans and assessments adaptable for any content area. Resource documents, grade level benchmarks and implementation strategies will be provided. This work will start with introductory zooms that are organized by grade band to get participants into the work. Then the learning will transition to a learning management system with collaborative virtual meetings throughout the duration. This workshop content and structure will incorporate the following domains of the Teacher Excellence and Support System (TESS): 1a, 1b, 1c, 1e, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 4a and 4e.
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HumanitiesADEMiddle School Media Specialists(Follow Up Zoom)LinkSo How Do I Turn Those New Library Media Standards Into Lesson Plans?July 20, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursCassandra BarnettN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/96520424949?pwd=dzZTU2J3eUdxMlMzSFE0bTE2UDVadz09This workshop will take a deep dive into the newly released Arkansas K – 12 Library Media Standards. Participants will explore how the standards can be used to revise their current curriculum, develop lesson plans and assessments adaptable for any content area. Resource documents, grade level benchmarks and implementation strategies will be provided. This work will start with introductory zooms that are organized by grade band to get participants into the work. Then the learning will transition to a learning management system with collaborative virtual meetings throughout the duration. This workshop content and structure will incorporate the following domains of the Teacher Excellence and Support System (TESS): 1a, 1b, 1c, 1e, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 4a and 4e.
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HumanitiesADEHigh School Media Specialists (Follow Up Zoom)LinkSo How Do I Turn Those New Library Media Standards Into Lesson Plans?July 279:00am-11:00am2 hoursCassandra BarnettN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/91018074501?pwd=b0x5R3hEc0kyb3J1c055c2xleUtaUT09
This workshop will take a deep dive into the newly released Arkansas K – 12 Library Media Standards. Participants will explore how the standards can be used to revise their current curriculum, develop lesson plans and assessments adaptable for any content area. Resource documents, grade level benchmarks and implementation strategies will be provided. This work will start with introductory zooms that are organized by grade band to get participants into the work. Then the learning will transition to a learning management system with collaborative virtual meetings throughout the duration. This workshop content and structure will incorporate the following domains of the Teacher Excellence and Support System (TESS): 1a, 1b, 1c, 1e, 2b, 2c, 3a, 3b, 3c, 3d, 3e, 4a and 4e.
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HumanitiesADEK-8 Music teachers
LinkIdeas for Integrating Composition and Improvisation Into the K-8 Music Classroom Without FearJuly 9, 20209:00am-4:00pm6 hoursRussell Nadel and Lana HallmarkN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/96653514667?pwd=Uy9HT2wzQ2Vrc3ZKV3VSbFVJZlF1Zz09Improvisation and composition activities in the K-8 Music classroom are some of the deepest and most fun learning opportunities music students can have! In this workshop, participants will learn a variety of strategies to "pull back the curtain" on composition and improvisation, and will learn and practice many straightforward techniques for helping guide students in creating their own original music and movement. Using the processes and ideas of Orff Schulwerk, participants will experience improvising and composing alone and with others, on instruments and with their voices, in words and in movement, and will come away with a toolbox of ideas and lessons to bring back to their students. For teachers to have an optimal experience, they are encouraged to have at least one of each of the following: a barred instrument, soprano recorder, tubano, and any unpitched percussion as well as a laptop or tablet. Presenter Russell Nadel is an award-winning composer and middle school music specialist at the Potomac School in Virginia.
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HumanitiesADEChoral Music Directors
LinkConducting, Voice Building, Rehearsal and More in the Choral Music July 69:00am-4:00pm6 hoursDr. Frank Eychaner and Lana HallmarkN/Ahttps://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUrc-ytqz8oE9zyNrgx_I_cs3VxndW6Z8wpDr. Eychaner of the University of Texas Permian Basin will lead choral professionals from across the state in workshops on conducting, voice building, vocal warm-ups, rehearsal strategies and more. Much of the day will be hands on activities, demonstrating the topics being discussed. Each session will include a generous handout of practical resources that can be applied in your classroom.
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HumanitiesADEK-12 Visual Art Educators
LinkGuiding Students from Process to Product!
July 16, 20209:00am-4:00pm6 hoursNick Gehl and Lana HallmarkN/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/94194665925?pwd=dWhoVkR0L1ErUGpHM3JkM0ozaVVzQT09Nick Gehl is an art educator and arts administrator and is currently an author for The Art of Education University (https://theartofeducation.edu/author/nickgehl/). Mr. Gehl enjoys collaborating with art teachers on the student experience in the art studio. This workshop is for art teachers (K-12) that want to build their toolbox to support students at each step of the art-making process. From the start of an idea to exhibiting work, workshop activities will connect to creativity, feedback, critique, and more! Participants will also get to do some hands-on art-making. Come learn how to support your students on their artistic journey!
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HumanitiesADEMusic, Theatre, and Dance educatorsLinkMusical Theatre: Take It from the Top
July 14, 20209:00am-4:00pm6 hoursArbender J. Robinson and Lana Hallmark N/Ahttps://zoom.us/j/96316125212?pwd=dldPQ3IvaFNjU0YycURNUDV2dTVyUT09Veteran Broadway actor and singer and in-demand audition coach Arbender Robinson will spend a fun-filled, active day working on everything musical theatre. Explore techniques to help your students succeed with the entire musical theatre process from auditions to curtain calls. Participants will receive a survey about challenges and questions related to their current process to make this a very rewarding and relevant day.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools

#409382
GPS Introduction
June 23, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursStephanie Carlton and Pam Vaughan DESE State Science Specialists and ESC Science Specialists20Zoom link will be emailed to registered participantsThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
#409382GPS Introduction
June 24, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursStephanie Carlton and Pam Vaughan20N/A--SELF PACE-the Independent PracticeThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
#409382GPS Introduction
June 259:00am-11:00am2 hoursStephanie Carlton and Pam Vaughan20Zoom link will be emailed to registered participantsThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
#409396 GPS Introduction
June 23, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursStephanie Carlton and Pam Vaughan20Zoom link will be emailed to registered participantsThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
#409396 GPS Introduction
June 24, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursStephanie Carlton and Pam Vaughan20N/A--SELF PACE-the Independent PracticeThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
#409396 GPS Introduction
June 25, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursStephanie Carlton and Pam Vaughan20Zoom link will be emailed to registered participantsThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
#409383GPS Introduction
July 14, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursStephanie Carlton and Pam Vaughan20Zoom link will be emailed to registered participantsThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
#409383GPS Introduction
July 15, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hours#20N/A--SELF PACE-the Independent PracticeThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
#409383GPS Introduction
July 16, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursStephanie Carlton and Pam Vaughan20Zoom link will be emailed to registered participantsThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
#409393 GPS Introduction
July 14, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursStephanie Carlton and Pam Vaughan20Zoom link will be emailed to registered participantsThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
#409393 GPS Introduction
July 15, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursStephanie Carlton and Pam Vaughan20N/A--SELF PACE-the Independent PracticeThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
#409393 GPS Introduction
July 16, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursStephanie Carlton and Pam Vaughan20Zoom link will be emailed to registered participantsThis introductory Grasping Phenomenal Science (GPS) session is designed for any teacher or instructional leader who wants to know more about science instruction aligned with the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards. Learn how to interpret the standards for 3 dimensional teaching and learning in the classroom. Participants need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools taught in this session. Participants must view the DESE Science Professional Learning Prerequisite Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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ScienceADECentral Arkansas Schools
​409244 GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)June 22, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16 Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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​409244 GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)June 23, 20201:00-3:30pm2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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​409244 GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)June 24, 2020(self paced)2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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​409244 GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)June 25, 20201:00pm-3:30pm2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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​409244 GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)June 26, 2020(self paced)2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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​409244 GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)June 29, 20201:00pm-2:00pm2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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409246​ ​GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)July 13, 202010:00am-12:00pm2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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409246​ ​GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)July 14, 20209:30am-12:00pm2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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​409246​ ​GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)July 15, 2020(self paced)2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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​409246​ ​GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)July 16, 20209:30am-12:00pm2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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​409246​ ​GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)July 17, 2020(self paced)2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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​409246​ ​GPS: ACT Aspire and the Science and Engineering Practices (12 hours)July 20, 202010:00am-11:00am2 hoursSharon McKinney and Saundra Lamberson DESE State Science Specialists16Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.Learn how to best prepare students for the ACT Aspire Science Assessment while teaching the Arkansas K-12 Science Standards in a changing digital world. In this blended session, participants dive into the ACT Aspire Science Assessment and its connections to Arkansas Academic Standards in science, mathematics, and ELA by engaging in a series of self-paced virtual lessons. Science specialists support participants remotely as they work through digitally-adapted lessons. The exemplar lessons demonstrate how to engage students in analyzing data, examining cause and effect, reading to gather information, and applying reasoning to develop arguments based on evidence. Strategic use of formative assessment is modeled to assist teachers in developing these essential teaching skills. Various online tools are utilized including Google Classroom, Zoom, SeeSaw and PearDeck. Participants will need to have access to a device with internet capabilities and a google account. Participants must participate in online discussions, complete assignments, and provide evidence of application of tools/skills taught in this session. Participants must also view DESE Science Professional Learning Video Summer 2020 that highlights DESE mission and vision, High Leverage Practices (HLPs), and G.U.I.D.E for Life prior to the virtual session.
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LiteracyADEK-6 core teachersN/AMini Sessions Syllable Division
TBA (LRSD)TBA (LRSD)3 hoursBeckie Naylor, Alicia Whiteside, Kathy Mascuilli30N/AThis session is a recalibration of the Science of Reading. It focuses on the generalizations for dividing mulitisyllabic words. This session is not part of a Pathway additional day.
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LiteracyADEK-6 core teachersN/AMini Sessions Six Syllable TypesTBA (LRSD)TBA (LRSD)3 hoursBeckie Naylor, Alicia Whiteside, Kathy Mascuilli30N/AThis session is a recalibration of the Science of Reading. This session reviews the six syllable types that proficient readers use for decoding unknown words. TThis session is not part of a Pathway additional day.
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Alternative Learning EducationADETeachers (ALE, SPED, and GenEd); AdministratorsN/AHigh Leverage Practices, Inclusivity, and Alternative Education: How to serve hard-to-reach students both before and after possible alternative education placementDates will available through ESCworks in the near futureN/A3 hoursJared Hogue, Deb Bales, CW GardenhireN/AN/AThe Division of Elementary and Secondary Education's Alternative Education Unit is offering this training on meeting the needs of the hardest-to-reach students, who typically might be placed in an Alternative Learning Environment. With a focus on inclusive practices and Universal Design for Learning principles within classroom behavior management, participants will unpack the essential elements of a few focus areas within the DESE's G.U.I.D.E. for Life in an attempt to better meet students' needs and possibly keep students in the traditional environment. This training will also look at the impact of High Leverage Practices in the classroom and Student Action Plans within alternative education.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitators, all of Southeast Coophttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=409515GT Program Evaluation, Part 1June 1, 20209:00am-12:00pm3 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/92481995404There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitators, all of Wilbur D. Millshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=410178GT Program Evaluation, Part 1June 2, 20209:00am-12:00pm3 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/99872419817There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitators, all of Dawson https://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=410180GT Program Evaluation, Part 1June 9, 20209:00am-12:00pm3 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/92139724403There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitators, all of Crowley's Ridgehttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=410182GT Program Evaluation, Part 1June 11, 20209:00am-12:00pm3 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/93734260537There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=410193GT Program Evaluation, Part 1June 24, 20209:00am-12:00pm3 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/98511170575There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitators, all of Guy Fenterhttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=410188GT Program Evaluation, Part 1June 30, 20209:00am-12:00pm3 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/95671391842There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitators, all of Southcentralhttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=410190GT Program Evaluation, Part 1July 6, 20209:00am-12:00pm3 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/96700210001There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitators, all of Southwesthttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=410186GT Program Evaluation, Part 1July 9, 20209:00am-12:00pm3 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/99746452128There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitators, all of Northeasthttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=410184GT Program Evaluation, Part 1July 20, 20209:00am-12:00pm3 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/95833776511There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=409881GT Program Evaluation, Part 3June 23, 20201:00 pm-3:00pm2 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/99687838739There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=409881GT Program Evaluation, Part 3June 29, 20201:00 pm-3:00pm2 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/96624118352There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=409881GT Program Evaluation, Part 3July 14, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/91664129003There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=409881GT Program Evaluation, Part 3July 15, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/98508504076There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=409881GT Program Evaluation, Part 3July 22, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/99339467648There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=409881GT Program Evaluation, Part 3July 28, 20201:00pm-3:00pm2 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/97670590765There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Gifted and TalentedADEGT coordinators, GT administrators, GT facilitatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=409881GT Program Evaluation, Part 3July 30, 20209:00am-11:00am2 hoursKrystal Nail, Amanda Peebles, Connie Storey30https://zoom.us/j/98232463880There are many ways to meet the requirement for evaluating your district's gifted program each year, and some may be things you're already doing but haven't thought about including in your formal evaluation summary. Come to this session to discuss what’s required in GT Standards, what data sources could be included, and how to refine your evaluation instruments so that you get data that can be used to improve the gifted services you are providing for your students. This session will include opportunity for coordinators to share, analyze, and revise current instruments. Part 1 of this session will be a 3 hour Zoom, Part 2 will involve independent work reviewing and revising one evaluation instrument that will take approximately 1 hour, and Part 3 will be a 2 hour Zoom session where coordinators will share and we will wrap up our learning together.
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Guidance CounselingADESchool Counselors and AdministratorsComprehensive School Counseling Progams - Zoom Training and Work SessionJune 10, 2020N/A3 hoursSuzanne Knowles, Rodney FordN/AN/AThis session will be a development opportunity. Implementation strategies for the state-mandated Arkansas Comprehensive School Counseling Program and Plan, along with guidance and best practices addressing all four required components. Templates and ideas for using data to develop annual goals will be discussed. Session will include short presentations and time for interactive discussion and program development.
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Guidance CounselingADESchool Counselors and AdministratorsN/AComprehensive School Counseling Progams - Zoom Training and Work SessionJune 19, 2020N/A3 hoursSuzanne Knowles, Rodney FordN/AN/AThis session will be a development opportunity. Implementation strategies for the state-mandated Arkansas Comprehensive School Counseling Program and Plan, along with guidance and best practices addressing all four required components. Templates and ideas for using data to develop annual goals will be discussed. Session will include short presentations and time for interactive discussion and program development.
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Guidance CounselingADESchool Counselors and AdministratorsN/AComprehensive School Counseling Progams - Zoom Training and Work SessionJuly 9, 2020N/A3 hoursSuzanne Knowles, Rodney FordN/AN/AThis session will be a development opportunity. Implementation strategies for the state-mandated Arkansas Comprehensive School Counseling Program and Plan, along with guidance and best practices addressing all four required components. Templates and ideas for using data to develop annual goals will be discussed. Session will include short presentations and time for interactive discussion and program development.
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Guidance CounselingADESchool Counselors and AdministratorsN/AComprehensive School Counseling Progams - Zoom Training and Work SessionJuly 21, 2020N/A3 hoursSuzanne Knowles, Rodney FordN/AN/AThis session will be a development opportunity. Implementation strategies for the state-mandated Arkansas Comprehensive School Counseling Program and Plan, along with guidance and best practices addressing all four required components. Templates and ideas for using data to develop annual goals will be discussed. Session will include short presentations and time for interactive discussion and program development.
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413257Supporting English Learners with Potential Disabilities: A Team ApproachJuly 13, 20209:00am-12:00pm
3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell40Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This interactive session will train participants in utilizing the new Division of Elementary and Secondary Education guide on Navigating the Intervention and Evaluation Process for ELs. Districts or buildings are asked to send a cross-disciplinary team of administrators, SPED, ESOL, and Mainstream teachers in order to build understanding across multiple aspects of the educational system. Participants are asked to bring working files on English Learners who are either already identified as a student with disabilities or about whom the team is concerned about their progress. Please utilize a device capable of accessing all of the training materials online.

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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413259Supporting English Learners with Potential Disabilities: A Team ApproachJuly 14, 20209:00am-12:00pm
3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell40Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This interactive session will train participants in utilizing the new Division of Elementary and Secondary Education guide on Navigating the Intervention and Evaluation Process for ELs. Districts or buildings are asked to send a cross-disciplinary team of administrators, SPED, ESOL, and Mainstream teachers in order to build understanding across multiple aspects of the educational system. Participants are asked to bring working files on English Learners who are either already identified as a student with disabilities or about whom the team is concerned about their progress. Please utilize a device capable of accessing all of the training materials online.

4E, 3D, 1D
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413260Supporting English Learners with Potential Disabilities: A Team ApproachJuly 15, 20209:00am-12:00pm
3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell40Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This interactive session will train participants in utilizing the new Division of Elementary and Secondary Education guide on Navigating the Intervention and Evaluation Process for ELs. Districts or buildings are asked to send a cross-disciplinary team of administrators, SPED, ESOL, and Mainstream teachers in order to build understanding across multiple aspects of the educational system. Participants are asked to bring working files on English Learners who are either already identified as a student with disabilities or about whom the team is concerned about their progress. Please utilize a device capable of accessing all of the training materials online.

4E, 3D, 1D
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413261Supporting English Learners with Potential Disabilities: A Team ApproachJuly 20, 20209:00am-12:00pm
3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell40Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This interactive session will train participants in utilizing the new Division of Elementary and Secondary Education guide on Navigating the Intervention and Evaluation Process for ELs. Districts or buildings are asked to send a cross-disciplinary team of administrators, SPED, ESOL, and Mainstream teachers in order to build understanding across multiple aspects of the educational system. Participants are asked to bring working files on English Learners who are either already identified as a student with disabilities or about whom the team is concerned about their progress. Please utilize a device capable of accessing all of the training materials online.

4E, 3D, 1D
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413263Supporting English Learners with Potential Disabilities: A Team ApproachJuly 23, 20209:00am-12:00pm
3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell40Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This interactive session will train participants in utilizing the new Division of Elementary and Secondary Education guide on Navigating the Intervention and Evaluation Process for ELs. Districts or buildings are asked to send a cross-disciplinary team of administrators, SPED, ESOL, and Mainstream teachers in order to build understanding across multiple aspects of the educational system. Participants are asked to bring working files on English Learners who are either already identified as a student with disabilities or about whom the team is concerned about their progress. Please utilize a device capable of accessing all of the training materials online.

4E, 3D, 1D
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413265Supporting English Learners with Potential Disabilities: A Team ApproachJuly 24, 20209:00am-12:00pm
3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell40Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This interactive session will train participants in utilizing the new Division of Elementary and Secondary Education guide on Navigating the Intervention and Evaluation Process for ELs. Districts or buildings are asked to send a cross-disciplinary team of administrators, SPED, ESOL, and Mainstream teachers in order to build understanding across multiple aspects of the educational system. Participants are asked to bring working files on English Learners who are either already identified as a student with disabilities or about whom the team is concerned about their progress. Please utilize a device capable of accessing all of the training materials online.

4E, 3D, 1D
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselors, Parent Engagement Coordinators, Federal Program Coordinatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413266Enhancing Family and Community Engagement for Language Minority Families: Family Toolkit and TransACTJuly 13, 20201:00pm-4:00pm3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell35Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This session will train participants in effectively reaching out to the families of Language Minority students. We will explore several resources including a newly released English Learner Family Toolkit and how to utilize TransACT. To help with Parent and Family Engagement requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and to meet the Civil Rights obligations of schools in working with Limited English Proficient (LEP) families and English Learner (EL) students across the state of Arkansas, leaders in the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education are partnering with TransACT® Parent Notices. This partnership will provide all local education agencies representing hundreds of schools and teachers with unlimited access to expertly written parent notifications that meet legal requirements, guidance on required audiences, and recommended timelines. TransACT Parent Notices is an online subscription service, which provides local education agencies with federally compliant parent notifications in multiple languages, as well as guidance and resources for compliance with federal parent and family engagement requirements. All Parent Notices are available to Arkansas educators in Arabic, Chinese, Marshallese, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselors, Parent Engagement Coordinators, Federal Program Coordinatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413267Enhancing Family and Community Engagement for Language Minority Families: Family Toolkit and TransACTJuly 14, 20201:00pm-4:00pm3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell35Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This session will train participants in effectively reaching out to the families of Language Minority students. We will explore several resources including a newly released English Learner Family Toolkit and how to utilize TransACT. To help with Parent and Family Engagement requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and to meet the Civil Rights obligations of schools in working with Limited English Proficient (LEP) families and English Learner (EL) students across the state of Arkansas, leaders in the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education are partnering with TransACT® Parent Notices. This partnership will provide all local education agencies representing hundreds of schools and teachers with unlimited access to expertly written parent notifications that meet legal requirements, guidance on required audiences, and recommended timelines. TransACT Parent Notices is an online subscription service, which provides local education agencies with federally compliant parent notifications in multiple languages, as well as guidance and resources for compliance with federal parent and family engagement requirements. All Parent Notices are available to Arkansas educators in Arabic, Chinese, Marshallese, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselors, Parent Engagement Coordinators, Federal Program Coordinatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413268Enhancing Family and Community Engagement for Language Minority Families: Family Toolkit and TransACTJuly 15, 20201:00pm-4:00pm3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell35Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This session will train participants in effectively reaching out to the families of Language Minority students. We will explore several resources including a newly released English Learner Family Toolkit and how to utilize TransACT. To help with Parent and Family Engagement requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and to meet the Civil Rights obligations of schools in working with Limited English Proficient (LEP) families and English Learner (EL) students across the state of Arkansas, leaders in the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education are partnering with TransACT® Parent Notices. This partnership will provide all local education agencies representing hundreds of schools and teachers with unlimited access to expertly written parent notifications that meet legal requirements, guidance on required audiences, and recommended timelines. TransACT Parent Notices is an online subscription service, which provides local education agencies with federally compliant parent notifications in multiple languages, as well as guidance and resources for compliance with federal parent and family engagement requirements. All Parent Notices are available to Arkansas educators in Arabic, Chinese, Marshallese, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselors, Parent Engagement Coordinators, Federal Program Coordinatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413269Enhancing Family and Community Engagement for Language Minority Families: Family Toolkit and TransACTJuly 20, 20201:00pm-4:00pm3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell35Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This session will train participants in effectively reaching out to the families of Language Minority students. We will explore several resources including a newly released English Learner Family Toolkit and how to utilize TransACT. To help with Parent and Family Engagement requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and to meet the Civil Rights obligations of schools in working with Limited English Proficient (LEP) families and English Learner (EL) students across the state of Arkansas, leaders in the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education are partnering with TransACT® Parent Notices. This partnership will provide all local education agencies representing hundreds of schools and teachers with unlimited access to expertly written parent notifications that meet legal requirements, guidance on required audiences, and recommended timelines. TransACT Parent Notices is an online subscription service, which provides local education agencies with federally compliant parent notifications in multiple languages, as well as guidance and resources for compliance with federal parent and family engagement requirements. All Parent Notices are available to Arkansas educators in Arabic, Chinese, Marshallese, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselors, Parent Engagement Coordinators, Federal Program Coordinatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413270Enhancing Family and Community Engagement for Language Minority Families: Family Toolkit and TransACTJuly 23, 20201:00pm-4:00pm3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell35Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This session will train participants in effectively reaching out to the families of Language Minority students. We will explore several resources including a newly released English Learner Family Toolkit and how to utilize TransACT. To help with Parent and Family Engagement requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and to meet the Civil Rights obligations of schools in working with Limited English Proficient (LEP) families and English Learner (EL) students across the state of Arkansas, leaders in the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education are partnering with TransACT® Parent Notices. This partnership will provide all local education agencies representing hundreds of schools and teachers with unlimited access to expertly written parent notifications that meet legal requirements, guidance on required audiences, and recommended timelines. TransACT Parent Notices is an online subscription service, which provides local education agencies with federally compliant parent notifications in multiple languages, as well as guidance and resources for compliance with federal parent and family engagement requirements. All Parent Notices are available to Arkansas educators in Arabic, Chinese, Marshallese, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
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English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)ADEAdministrators/Teachers, ESOL, SPED, Counselors, Parent Engagement Coordinators, Federal Program Coordinatorshttps://www.escweb.net/ar_ade/catalog/session.aspx?session_id=413271Enhancing Family and Community Engagement for Language Minority Families: Family Toolkit and TransACTJuly 24, 20201:00pm-4:00pm3 hoursEL (varies): Tricia Kerr; Alan Lytle; Jana Catlett; Paula Vasquez; Lisa Coats; Tracy Leone; SPED (varies) Stacy Kratky, Becky Bell35Zoom link will be emailed to registered participants.This session will train participants in effectively reaching out to the families of Language Minority students. We will explore several resources including a newly released English Learner Family Toolkit and how to utilize TransACT. To help with Parent and Family Engagement requirements under the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) and to meet the Civil Rights obligations of schools in working with Limited English Proficient (LEP) families and English Learner (EL) students across the state of Arkansas, leaders in the Division of Elementary and Secondary Education are partnering with TransACT® Parent Notices. This partnership will provide all local education agencies representing hundreds of schools and teachers with unlimited access to expertly written parent notifications that meet legal requirements, guidance on required audiences, and recommended timelines. TransACT Parent Notices is an online subscription service, which provides local education agencies with federally compliant parent notifications in multiple languages, as well as guidance and resources for compliance with federal parent and family engagement requirements. All Parent Notices are available to Arkansas educators in Arabic, Chinese, Marshallese, Spanish, and Vietnamese.
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Special EducationADELEA Supervisors, Business Managers, and SuperintendentsN/ASpEd Finance "A Year At A Glance"June 30, 2020N/A2 hoursTanya Powell & Mikki EubankN/AN/AThe session will provide a high-level overview of the Special Education financial process. A timeline for the submission of the various application and budget requirements will be covered. The session will also address the importance of following the guidelines and requirements that must be met to qualify for the continuation of Title VI-B funding.
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Special EducationADELEA Supervisors, Business Managers, and SuperintendentsN/ASpEd Finance "A Year At A Glance"July 15, 2020N/A2 hoursTanya Powell & Mikki EubankN/AN/AThe session will provide a high-level overview of the Special Education financial process. A timeline for the submission of the various application and budget requirements will be covered. The session will also address the importance of following the guidelines and requirements that must be met to qualify for the continuation of Title VI-B funding.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkAlternate Assessment CriteriaMay 14, 20201:00 PM2 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau25https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09The participation criteria for the Arkansas alternate assessment was updated in April 2020. This session will explain the rationale for updating the criteria and the new specifications for participation in the alternate assessment and alternate pathway to graduation.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkAlternate Assessment CriteriaMay 18, 20205:00 PM2 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau25https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT099The participation criteria for the Arkansas alternate assessment was updated in April 2020. This session will explain the rationale for updating the criteria and the new specifications for participation in the alternate assessment and alternate pathway to graduation.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkAlternate Assessment CriteriaMay 19, 20209:00 AM2 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau25https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09The participation criteria for the Arkansas alternate assessment was updated in April 2020. This session will explain the rationale for updating the criteria and the new specifications for participation in the alternate assessment and alternate pathway to graduation.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkAlternate Assessment CriteriaMay 20, 20203:00 PM2 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau25
https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09
The participation criteria for the Arkansas alternate assessment was updated in April 2020. This session will explain the rationale for updating the criteria and the new specifications for participation in the alternate assessment and alternate pathway to graduation.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkAlternate Assessment CriteriaMay 28, 20209:00 AM2 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau40https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09The participation criteria for the Arkansas alternate assessment was updated in April 2020. This session will explain the rationale for updating the criteria and the new specifications for participation in the alternate assessment and alternate pathway to graduation.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkAlternate Assessment CriteriaJune 2, 202012:30 PM2 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau40https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09The participation criteria for the Arkansas alternate assessment was updated in April 2020. This session will explain the rationale for updating the criteria and the new specifications for participation in the alternate assessment and alternate pathway to graduation.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkAlternate Assessment CriteriaJune 10, 20209:00 AM2 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau40https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09The participation criteria for the Arkansas alternate assessment was updated in April 2020. This session will explain the rationale for updating the criteria and the new specifications for participation in the alternate assessment and alternate pathway to graduation.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkUsing DLM Essential Elements for Writing IEP GoalsJune 22, 20208:30am-11:30am3 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau25https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09Designed for SpEd teachers and supervisors on using the DLM Essential Elements and Mini Maps as tools to develop IEP goals and objectives based on the needs of individual students.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkUsing DLM Essential Elements for Writing IEP GoalsJune 25, 20208:30am-11:30am3 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau25https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09Designed for SpEd teachers and supervisors on using the DLM Essential Elements and Mini Maps as tools to develop IEP goals and objectives based on the needs of individual students.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkUsing DLM Essential Elements for Writing IEP GoalsJune 30, 20201:00pm-4:00pm3 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau40https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09Designed for SpEd teachers and supervisors on using the DLM Essential Elements and Mini Maps as tools to develop IEP goals and objectives based on the needs of individual students.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkUsing DLM Essential Elements for Writing IEP GoalsJuly 1, 20208:30am-11:30am3 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau40https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09Designed for SpEd teachers and supervisors on using the DLM Essential Elements and Mini Maps as tools to develop IEP goals and objectives based on the needs of individual students.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkUsing DLM Essential Elements for Writing IEP GoalsJuly 7, 20201:00pm-4:00pm3 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau40https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09Designed for SpEd teachers and supervisors on using the DLM Essential Elements and Mini Maps as tools to develop IEP goals and objectives based on the needs of individual students.
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Special EducationADESpEd Teachers and SpEd supervisorsLinkUsing DLM Essential Elements for Writing IEP GoalsJuly 9, 20208:30am-11:30am3 hoursRobin Stripling & Tabitha Riendeau40https://zoom.us/j/7735072730?pwd=QzdPUlNQejlyUXV6RDB5Rm5iaDNwUT09Designed for SpEd teachers and supervisors on using the DLM Essential Elements and Mini Maps as tools to develop IEP goals and objectives based on the needs of individual students.