2016/17 Professional Development Calendar
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Professional Development Calendar 2016
2017-18Last UPDATED: 6/13/2017
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DateWorkshop NamePresenters/FaciltatorsTimePlaceIntended AudienceExpected outcomesPIR/Renewal UnitsCost to ParticipantContact Info
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June 13, 2017Cyndi Elliott, Presents on sensory processing, for the whole community.Cyndi Elliott, OT8:30:00 AM- 11:00 a.mMission Valley Conference Room in PabloTeachers, Parents, Interested Community Members• A useful and down to earth understanding of the three sensory systems (tactile, proprioception/body awareness & vestibular/balance).
• A knowledge of supporting the development of all three sensory processing systems.
• Increased ability to respond to the child’s actions/behaviors with sensory input that fills a need, therefore you see less displays of the behavior/action.
• Knowing how to incorporate functional sensory processing input into current routines.
Coffee and light breakfastFree Joan Graham, no sign up is necessary, open to public
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June 16, 2017
Struggling Reader and Content Area Textbooks: Making Montana: Stories of the Land Accessible to All
Tammy ElserHelenaMontana History Teachers grades 4-12Strategies to better access Montana: Stories of the Land
Free OPI Renewal and travel scholoarhsips
Carrie Drye 275-4941
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June 19-24Watershed-to-Wetland Institute Summer 2017Janene_lichtenberg.skc.eduSKCK-12 teachers and informal educators on the Flathead ReservationGuidance on how to integrate materials, field experiences and traditional ecological knowledge into your curricula.The workshop is free. There will be CEU and OPI credits.
Once we have a list of participants there is an option to apply for funds that could be towards stipends, field trips, or supplies for each school district. It is a bit confusing as the amount of funds available depends on the number of participants within a school district.
Freejanene_lichtenberg@skc.edu, 406-275-4896
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6/19-21/17
Indian Education for All RoundtableTammy Eliser and staff8:00 to 4:00RMS Training RoomK-4 Librarians-Elementary TeachersDevelop IEFA activities for social studies/ELA curriculum K-4 stipends available. OPI Teacher Guides will be included with this course.OPI Renewal Units, PIR Stipend $100 per day/$300 total must attend all 3 daysJoan Graham and building principals
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August 14-18, 2017Math Probability: a study of chancePatty Lofgren8:30 to 4:30SKCGrades 6-9Focusing on Probability across grades 6 through 9PIR and possible OPI University creditFreepdupuis@polson.k12.mt.us
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August 16Paraeducator Supervision AcademyBarbara Stimson, MEd TrainerTBARed Lion Ridgewater, Polson, MTProfessional educators who work closely with paraprofessionalsLearning the seven research-based components of paraeducator supervision.PIR/Renewal units availableFreeRegister at www.wmcspd.org
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August 15-16Journey's Reading Training Please bring bring your Journey's Teacher Materials with you.Carrie Cole8 a.m. to 4 p.m.KWH Multipurpose Room K-2 and Grades 3-6 RMS Art Room Reading Teachers Using JourneysEffective research-based reading instructional practices, based on the latest reading and writing research, with explicit connections to the Common Core Standards and Journeys. Her biggest strength lies in working side-by-side with teachers to bridge the research to practice gap, bringing these research-based instructional strategies to the classroom in a very real way.PIR/Renewal units available/Stipend $100 per day, must attend two days for $200.freeWMCSPD.org
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August 22MTSS (MBI) KWH Building CommitteeTammy Krahn8:00 to noonKWH LibraryBy invitation onlyPlan MBI and MTSS activities for the coming school yearPIR offeredfreeEmail Tammy Krahn or Mike Ellis
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August 24MTSS (MBI) PES Building CommitteeRyan Fisher8:00 to NoonPESBy invitation onlyPlan MBI and MTSS activities for the coming school yearPIRfreeRyan will contact staff
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September 27 & 28Check & Connect: A Comprehensive Student Engagement Intervention TBARed Lion Ridgewater, Polson, MTThose who may act as a Check and Connect mentor as well in those interested in Check and Connect mentoring principles and practices.Learn and understand the core components and elements of Check and Connect, the role and expectations of the Check and Connect mentor, the population of students they are monitoring and how best to meet their needs and how to implement the Check and Connect procedures with fidelity.WMCSPD.org Email Joan and let her know you are interested in going.
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