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11/6/2018 8:43:53Lindsey Cordell
cordell.lindsey@usd377.org
9135681133
Counseling small groups: Girl Empowerment & Young Gentlemen's Club
The importance of Girl Empowerment group is to build young girl’s confidence and to take what is learned in group and apply it to everyday life. Such as building new friendships being empathetic towards others, and most importantly demonstrating girl power! The reasoning behind Young Gentleman's Club to build relationships amongst young gentlemen, explore various career fields, sportsmanship, manners and partake in community service/volunteer programs Elementary, Secondary
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11/7/2018 16:40:04Wanda Smallsmall.wanda@usd377.org9133701158Ag in the Classroom? You Bet!!!Wanda Small, 2018 National Ag in the Classroom Award winning teacher, teaches K-6 STEAM classes and welcomes you to her breakout session to learn how easy agriculture can be implemented into themes/topics/skills you already teach. You will see a video that shows her students in action. Wanda will also share resources she uses that match the Kansas Standards. It's fun! It's inspiring! It's Ag in the Classroom! Elementary, Special Education Teachers, Administrators
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11/9/2018 12:11:40Laura Rawlinslrawlins@usd404.org6206741958Apps, Tips, & Tricks for Going Paperless In a Secondary ClassroomIs the thought of going paperless scary? Is there an organized manner to do it? Let me show you the possibilities for Chromebooks that will transform your classroom into a space saving environment. This method has been tested and fully functional in a secondary math classroom. Come see how you can save paper, see your students creative side, and unleash your teaching possibilities through technology. Secondary
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11/14/2018 8:11:32Mary Kennedykennedym@mclouth.org3104206920Multi-Sensory Intervention (Orton-Gillingham techniques)Explore multi-sensory reading techniques based on the Orton-Gillingham approach to enrich phonological awareness, phonics, and fluency practice Elementary, Special Education Teachers
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11/14/2018 10:51:39Mary T Williamsmary.williams@usd340.org7852207580Write it Out to Work it OutWriting has been found to be an excellent way to work through the anxiety and trauma many have experienced. In this session, we will explore ways to help students with anxiety and trauma to work it out by writing it out.Appropriate for all levels and roles
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11/15/2018 10:03:56Amy Jo Johnsonajohnson@easton449.org9137101665STEM LabAre you interested in Science Technology Engineering and Math in your classroom? Come hear how we got started with our STEAM program 5 years ago and where we are now. We will share tips and tricks on how to get started in your building. Elementary
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11/15/2018 14:59:11Glenda Connellygconnelly@easton449.org9136515556Argument-Driven Inquiry (ADI)The science department at Pleasant Ridge High School has worked to include ADI in our high school curriculum. We have had successes ----and at times have struggled to adapt this method of investigation to our classrooms. We will have examples of student work to share from ecology, biology, earth science, chemistry and physics. If you have no experience with ADI, come and ask questions ----if you have some experience please come and share your story.
Presenters: Sam Preston, Chad Hendrix and Glenda Connelly
Secondary
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11/15/2018 16:20:32Deb Metsker & April Richter
dmetsker@easton449.org, arcreates@gmail.com
9133066808RamNation Spirit Store - A Student Based EnterpriseThe Entrepreneurship class at Pleasant Ridge High School has created a way to incorporate three different CTE pathways into a course where students are actively learning real world skills daily. Pathways that are part of this program include Business Finance, Visual Arts, and AV Communications. In this course students are able to develop entrepreneurial skills, including product research and development, marketing, sales, budgeting, and accounting by conducting the daily operations of the RamNation Spirit Store. Through the combined efforts of a teacher, local entrepreneur, and students, the business has helped to create new and unique apparel, novelties and gifts, and a healthy student snack bar.Secondary, Special Education Teachers, Administrators
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11/19/2018 16:36:36Heather Garcia garciah@usd321.com785-845-2656FlipgridUsing Flipgrid to check understandingElementary
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11/19/2018 16:46:08Heather Garciagarciah@usd321.com785-845-2656ClassDojoUsing Classdojo to effectively communicate with parents. Elementary
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11/29/2018 8:14:02Rod Smithrod.smith@usd340.org
school: (785) 484-3331
Interested in International Travel?GEEO (Global Exploration for Educators Organization) is a 501c3 non-profit organization that provides educators the opportunity to travel in small groups of between 6-16 during summers, spring breaks and holidays. Jeff West teachers Rod Smith and Karen Heady will share information about the small-group opportunities with NO students!Appropriate for all levels and roles
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12/5/2018 13:59:23Tara Yosttara.yost@usd340.org7858455542Grant Writing: How To & WhyJoin me to learn how to find & write grants to supplement your classroom and school. We will discuss the process of grant writing, where to look for grants, common mistakes made when writing grants, important proposal components, resources for finding grants and many other things. This session is for ANYONE who would love to find a way to get something new for their classroom & students! Appropriate for all levels and roles
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12/5/2018 20:51:40Blanche Wulfekoetter
blanche.wulfekoetter@usd340.org
785-633-4208Putting your air mask on 1st: Making Self-Care PracticalSharing USD340 Wellness Challenge for the first 10 weeks of 2019, Tigers Thrive, the focus will be on practical ways to consistently take care of your individual health and wellness needs in the daily. The session will incorporate a Kansans Can focus, self regulation. Appropriate for all levels and roles
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12/5/2018 21:12:28Rachel Schreckschreckr@mclouth.org785-917-2277Cabinets of Curiosity: Spanning Subject Areas Through Art ObjectsLearn to utilize the phenomenon of Cabinets of Curiosity for intersections between art and other subjects. The objective of this session is to inspire creative lesson plan ideas that help teachers span subject areas. Elementary, Secondary
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12/6/2018 11:17:51Steve Maltbysmaltby@usd341.org785-863-2539Green Screens and Other Cool Elementary Classroom TechnologyGreen Screens and Other Cool Elementary Classroom TechnologyElementary
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12/6/2018 11:19:00Lisa Braunlbraun@usd341.org785-863-2539JR/SR High Schedules and Quest ClassesJR/SR High Schedules and Quest ClassesSecondary, Administrators
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12/6/2018 11:20:26Pat Fosterpfoster@usd341.org785-863-2539Meaningful Jobs in the Elementary SchoolMeaningful Jobs in the Elementary SchoolElementary, Special Education Teachers, Administrators
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12/6/2018 11:21:27Edna Wellsewells@usd341.org785-863-2539Flexible Seating in Elementary Primary GradesFlexible Seating in Elementary Primary Grades
Early Learners, Elementary, Special Education Teachers, Administrators
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12/7/2018 11:40:33Nicole Hinrichsenhinrichsenn@mclouth.org913-620-8144Real World ApplicationsWhy? Students need to know the "why" behind what they are learning as well as be able to relate the content to their life in order to best retain information. This session will focus on tips for helping student become career ready utilizing skills from your content area. Secondary
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12/13/2018 14:51:58Ann Hutchinson & Cindy Johnsonahutchinson@usd339.net816-898-9593Innovative ways to use the web in the classroomThis session will provide you with some online tools that can be used in classrooms for all ages. We will discuss and demonstrate several Google applications, from add-ons to Google classroom. We will also showcase other online tools and websites such as padlet.com and Remind.Secondary, Appropriate for all levels and roles
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12/18/2018 19:15:26Hana Dreilinghana.dreiling@usd340.org785.760.3693Professional Quality of Life and Self-care
School-based professionals support students with a variety of educational, economic, and social-emotional needs which in turn impacts their own quality of life. Self-care is critical to prevent compassion fatigue and burnout. Participants will assess their own levels of satisfaction, burnout, and secondary traumatic stress using the Professional Quality of Life Scale. Then they will develop a self-care plan in order to enhance their own health and well-being.
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12/18/2018 19:28:25Hana Dreilinghana.dreiling@usd340.org785.760.3693Emergency Safety Intervention
Emergency Safety Interventions (ESI) are seclusion and restraint methods used when a student presents a reasonable and immediate danger of physical harm to self or others. Participants will review the key requirements of Kansas ESI law, learn the seven stages of the behavior escalation cycle, and discuss behavior deescalation practices.
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12/19/2018 15:18:03Mike Bohannon & Justin Sloop
mbohannon@easton449.org
(913) 683-4460K-12 Physical Education Demo Slam
During a Demo Slam anyone that desires can share an idea, teaching method, or activity based upon best practices in health and physical education. If the individual is done before the 2 minutes is up he or she says “Slam”. If individual goes 2 minutes, all participants say “slam”. Everyone has good ideas and a Demo Slam gives individuals the opportunity to share their ideas with colleagues in a non-threatening environment.
Elementary, Secondary
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12/27/2018 6:37:29PamPursel913-565-0427Arts Integration. Strengthening the learning process
Strengthening the learning process of our diverse learners through Arts Integration
Appropriate for all levels and roles
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12/27/2018 6:40:27Pam Purselppursel@usd339.net913-565-0427Arts Integration. Strengthening the learning process
Strengthening the learning process of our diverse learners through Arts Integration
Appropriate for all levels and roles
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12/27/2018 6:43:29Pam Purselppursel@usd339.net913-565-0427Arts Integration. Strengthening the learning process
Strengthening the learning process of our diverse learners through Arts Integration
Appropriate for all levels and roles
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Mark Armstrongmarmstrong@usd343.org785-845-6484Using "Classcraft" to Engage StudentsTired of having students not engaged in your class? Try using "Classcraft", a game within your own curriculum that you can use to enliven any classroom. Motivate students by turning their progress in school into a game they play together throughout the year. Rewire social dynamics to build a supportive environment where students can thrive. "Classcraft" gives educators a powerful set of tools while connecting real-life intervention with engagement data from existing content, platforms, and systems. This has a profound impact on educational outcomes that are key to student successUpper Elem, MS, HS
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Evelyn Bartlett 3Xevelyn@sectornow.com402-314-4160Successful Digital Signage in SchoolsFind out how schools are using touch and message board systems to students and the community involved in their digital signage systems.Admin - Teacher leaders
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Eryn Moland/Windy Elkinsemoland@usd343.org785-550-4728Introducing Project-Based Learning in to the ClassroomProject-Based Learning unit (centered around natural disasters) that was designed, administered, and reviewed by the presenters will be shared along with lessons learned. A short question and answer included.6-12 Science
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JB Elliott 2Xjelliott@usd343.org785-424-0402Live Stream School Events to Promote Community EngagementUSD 343 uses YouTube to live stream athletic events, Veterans day assembly, etc. Find out how your district can bring in revenue by creating commercial advertisements. Use your high school media class to create highlight videos.Anyone
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Jordan Roberts 3XJordan.Roberts@ks.gov785-291-3418
JUUL, Vape, E-Cigarettes: Unifying the Tobacco Prevention Approach
Participants will increase their knowledge about e-cigarettes, emerging products and youth use trends and perceptions. • Participants will recognize retailer, community and school policies that address youth tobacco and nicotine use. • Participants will learn about Resist – the statewide youth tobacco prevention program and how they can get youth involved in local tobacco prevention initiativeAnyone
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Steve Mortinson 2X
providence@providencek9.com
918-852-2773
Using Canines to provide a Safe School Environment. Providence Working Canines
Providence provides our Clients with a unique blend of intelligence where needed and protection when it counts. Our highly acclaimed Safety Sweeps may be called upon by Corporations, School Districts, Commercial, Energy, and Entertainment venues to mitigate risk, reduce exposure, and protect assets. Understanding safety in today's world, Providence Working Canines operates with a time tested pursuit of excellence. Find out how Providence Canines can keep your school safe.
Administration
Anyone with an interest in providing a safe learning environment.
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Steve Mortinson 1X
providence@providencek9.com
918-852-2773
Artifacts discovered during school searches. Providence Working Canines
Learn what parents and teachers need to know about Juuling. Providence Canine representatives will share what they have learned during the thousands of school building sweeps conducted each year across the midwest.Administration
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Kelly Hoopes 1X
khoopes@usd343.org
Super Comprehensible Input ActivitiesEngage your students with these interactive CI (Comprehensible Input) activities that will enhance their proficiency in the target language while leaving them begging for more! Ideas shared will include: Running Dictation, Caption This!, Marker Game, Listen & Draw, ¡Seis!, Team Sentences, and several other tried & true favorites.World Language Teachers
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Letha Nelson 3Xlnelson@ksds.org785-325-2256Facility Dogs in Schools!Have you ever wondered what it takes to add a facility dog to your family? What is the difference between a therapy dog and a facility dog? Find out from Letha Nelson of KSDS Assistance Dogs, Inc. During this session, you will learn the process of qualifying and adding a facility dog to your school family....as well as the benefits!Anyone
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Myron Milton 3Xmmelton@ksde.org(785) 296-4941Trauma Information Practices
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Dr. Pat Sullivan
patricksullivan69@gmail.com
Leave the Butterflies Outside the Classroom. Getting Students to Think Conceptually About Comparing Fractions.
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Dr. Pat Sullivan
patricksullivan69@gmail.com
Divide and Conquering - Math Strategies
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Dr. Pat Sullivan
patricksullivan69@gmail.com
Turning Teacher Talk Down to Turn Student Learning Up (Math Strategies)
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Sarah Perrman 2X(1st and 2nd ONLY
sperryman@ksde.org785-296-1074Infusing Literacy across DisciplinesAnyone
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Amanda Pedersonapetersen@ksde.orgEarly Childhood Education Update from KSDE
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Amanda Pederson 2Xapetersen@ksde.orgEarly Childhood Education "Hot Topics" and FAQs
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Cythina Hadicke 2Xchadicke@ksde.org620-343-0587The Science of Reading Phonemic Awarenss and Phonics
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Kasi Packardkpackard@usd343.org785-633-5416Do We Do Anything? How do you even begin to describe a 45-90 minute class discussion? Here are a few ideas of how to integrate simple technology in the classroom that can be used to assist students and parents both.
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