November 10th

November 10th

Data Informed Instruction

Destination IStation

Audience: IStation Users

Credit Hours: 3.0

Presenter(s): Angela Alavizadeh

Capacity: 25

Course Description: Get ready to boldly go deeper into the inner sanctum of Istation through a hands-on experiential dive into data, teacher delivered lessons, printable on-level books, custom computer delivered assignments, student goal setting, and more. Bring your burning questions, and we will work collaboratively to plan solutions to meet the needs of students in your classroom.

Dates/Times & Registration Link: https://arlington.schoolobjects.com//wshop/default.aspx?cid=14525

November 10, 1:00 - 4:00 p.m.


Differentiation

Behavior Planning - Pro Active Approach

Audience: K-12

Credit Hours: 6.0

Presenter(s): RyShel Kenner and Clint Kerr

Capacity:

Course Description: Have you ever had students that have challenging behavior while in the classroom? Do you find yourself frustrated by behaviors that are interfering with instruction? This session is for you! Come delve into the science of behavior shaping. Learn how to de-escalate situations by investigating antecedents and consequences that can impact behavior change for the better. Participants will engage in a process for intentionally planning for behavior changes in the classroom and leave with a bank of strategies and a framework for intervention planning.

Dates/Times & Registration Link: https://arlington.schoolobjects.com//wshop/default.aspx?cid=13502

November 10th, 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.  

Intentional Decision Making: Planning Supports and Services for Students with IEP’s

Audience: K-12

Credit Hours: 6.0

Presenter(s): Kristi Eisenhaur, Kevin Stratton, Lisa Hurley, and Tracy Fiorito

Capacity:

  • Intentional Decision Making
    • I wish there was an easy way to make sure my students get the best services they need.. this training is for you.
    • How can I ensure my students receive all the services they need in the LRE?
    • I know I'm supposed to have data to support my recommendations. How do I show I have this information?

Course Description: If you are wondering how to ensure that the students with learning disabilities receive all the supports they need to flourish in the least restrictive environment (LRE), this session is for you.  This blended learning session will assist educators with determining supports and services for a student with an IEP. Participants will learn the new AISD guidance process and explore data that can be used to make recommendations and schedule services and supports.

Dates/Times & Registration Link: https://arlington.schoolobjects.com//wshop/default.aspx?cid=13504

November 10th, 8:00 - 11:30 a.m.

Differentiation

Audience: All Levels

Credit Hours: 6.0

Presenter(s): Amy Gresham

Capacity: 140

Course Description: GT Differentiation is the fifth course out of five of the initial 30-hours of GT training. Competencies include: applying differentiated curriculum to the cognitive, affective and physical development of gifted and talented learners, demonstrating knowledge of cognitive and affective content related to each academic discipline, multiple disciplines, and to broad-based themes and problems. Other competencies include: developing activities to encourage original research, independent studies and problem solving, including meaning products in the curriculum that engage learners in real life experiences, and collaborating with general education professionals to develop programs for gifted and talented students.

Dates/Times & Registration Link: https://arlington.schoolobjects.com//wshop/default.aspx?cid=13154

November 10, 2018, 8:30 - 4:00 p.m.

Canvas Academy

Audience: Novice Canvas users

Focus Area: Differentiation

Credit Hours: 6.0

Presenter(s): Crystal Lee

Capacity: 28 (26)

Course Description: In this blended workshop, teachers will learn about core Canvas functionality so that they can design a blended lesson (that provides multiple formative assessments and data-informed intervention/extension opportunities) for use during the 1st Six Weeks of the school year. Be advised that this is a full-day, application-driven session for teachers with little Canvas experience but with big plans for blended learning in their classrooms in '18-'19. *The face-to-face session is 6 hours long. Participants may earn 1 additional hour of continuous learning credit by completing and uploading evidence of additional learning/application after the session. Teachers should bring their preferred device (laptop or Chromebook).

Dates/Times & Registration Link: https://arlington.schoolobjects.com//wshop/default.aspx?cid=14507

November 10, 8:30 - 4:00 p.m.


Social Emotional Learning

Optimal Stress for Learning

Audience: K - 12

Credit Hours: 3.0

Presenter(s): Cameron Torok

Capacity: 25

Course Description: We will be learning about how to achieve optimal levels of stress in students, which varies for different tasks and situations. By the end, you'll be able to look at a situation, or piece of a lesson and determine the optimum level of stress for the students, and how to achieve that level. You will leave with multiple ways to apply this (techniques, games etc.) in your class some with minimal-to-no prep needed.

Dates/Times & Registration Link: https://arlington.schoolobjects.com//wshop/default.aspx?cid=14486

November 10, 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.

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