• Current Professional Development Sessions


  • Ohio OAE Exam Workshop: School Principal and Professional Knowledge – Sat Aug 27

    Posted by Rachel Hill on 8/8/2016

     

    Saturday, August 27, 2016, We will be holding a workshop for the Ohio OAE Educational Leadership Exam and the Ohio OAE Professional Knowledge Exam.

     

    We will have on-site registration - please email or call me if you are interested in joining us so that I can guarantee your spot in the class.

     

    Thank you for sharing the information below with your faculty and staff.

    - Brent

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    Saturday, August 27, 2016, We will hold an Ohio OAE Educational Leadership Exam Workshopfor anyone who plans to take the assessment as part of the requirements for school leadership / administrator certification.

     

    Also, we will also hold an Ohio OAE Professional Knowledge Exam Workshop for anyone who plans to take the Professional Knowledge exam as part of the requirements for certification.

     

    My name is Dr. Brent Daigle - Our workshop provides an in-depth review of all the content and standards that are currently targeted on the OAE Ohio Assessment for Educators exam. Our workshop has been highly endorsed because of the success rate in helping teachers pass the exam on their first attempt.

     

    Space in the workshop fills up quickly – we will have on-site registration - Please email or call me if you are interested in joining us so that I can guarantee your spot. In your email, please specify which session you would like to attend.

     

    Here is the information for each review session:

    Workshop Location:

    Ohio Dominican University
    Griffin Student Center - Room 258/259
    1216 Sunbury Road
    Columbus, Ohio 43219


    Ohio OAE Educational Leadership Exam Workshop: 

    Sat. August 27: 10:00 AM-1:00 PM

    Ohio OAE Professional Knowledge Exam Workshop: 

    Sat. August 27: 1:00 PM-4:00 PM

    Individual workshop cost: $ 100

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  • SpringBoard: Reinforcing and Refining Planning and Instruction

    Posted by Rachel Hill on 6/8/2016
     
    Reinforcing and Refining Planning and Instruction
     
    In this training, participants reflect on the successes and challenges of their current SpringBoard implementation in order to purposefully plan and deliver lessons that are aligned to College and Career Readiness Standards. Participants will revisit key ideas taught in the Initial Institute in order to gain confidence in identifying critical content within SpringBoard activities and connections to the Embedded Assessments and standards. Participants will leave with the ability to plan for and pace their current SpringBoard unit.
     
    Date:  Monday, June 20, 2016
    Time:  8:30 am - 3:00 pm
    Location:  East Professional Center
     
     
     
    Date:  Wednesday, June 22, 2016
    Time:  8:30 am - 3:00 pm
    Location: John Marshall High School
     
     
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  • SpringBoard: Exploring Differentiation Through Process, Product and Content

    Posted by Rachel Hill on 6/8/2016
     
    Exploring Differentiation Through Process, Product and Content
     
    In this training, teachers examine how to use the resources within the SpringBoard program to differentiate instruction through process, product, and content to create a rigorous, student-centered classroom in which all students can meet the expectations of College and Career Readiness Standards. This session addresses the learning needs of English Language Learners, students needing support, and students needing extension in a diverse SpringBoard classroom; it offers teachers the opportunity to plan instruction to meet the needs of all students in their classrooms.
     
    Date:  Tuesday, June 21, 2016
    Time:  8:30 am - 3:00 pm
    Location:  East Professional Center
     
     
     
    Date:  Thursday, June 23, 2016
    Time:  8:30 am - 3:00 pm
    Location: John Marshall High School
     
     
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  • The Cleveland Museum of Natural History: Wade Into Wetlands

    Posted by Rachel Hill on 6/8/2016

     

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  • Facing History And Ourselves Professional Development Opportunities

    Posted by Rachel Hill on 5/17/2016

     

    Facing History Summer 2016 Online Professional Development Flyer

     

    Facing History And Ourselves Summer Fall 2016 Professional Development Flyer

     

    For a completed Listing of Facing History's in-person and online  Professional Development opportunities, go to: www.facinghistory.org

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  • Ohio Association of Elementary School Administrators (OAESA)

    Posted by Rachel Hill on 3/28/2016

     

    State License & Endorsement Programs

     

    Principal Licensure Master’s -- $13, 464 total tuition

    Multiple MA and PhD Program Options Available

     

    Click here for more information

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  • Project WET & Learning Tree Opportunity

    Posted by Rachel Hill on 3/24/2016

     

    Attached you will find a flyer for Project WET & Learning Tree’s 2016 combined April PD facilitator training that you or others in your administration and schools might want to participate in. Both are award-winning environmental education programs, and ideal when looking for highly effective creative approaches to sparking learning with students and encouraging more outside learning too.

     

    Participants not only master the use of and receive all that the Project Learning Tree (PLT) and Project WET have in resource materials and can use with the students they teach, but also they can afterward present PD to others teachers as a certified facilitator for WET as well as PLT. Optional 1 semester graduate credit available through Ashland University. All participants receive certificates documenting the professional contact hours for the PD workshop.

     

    Flyer for Project WET & Learning Tree’s 2016

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  • The Center for the Collaborative Classroom's Learning Hub

    Posted by Rachel Hill on 3/16/2016

     

    The Center for the Collaborative Classroom's Learning Hub and Zoom conferencing service presents a fantastic youtube video that walks through how to set up an account and use zoom!
     
    Zoom
    Zoom is a video and web conferencing service.  You can sign up for a free account to host meetings up to 40 minutes, free of charge, with a maximum number of participants being 50. Participants can call in to join the meeting or join via computer video camera.  The meetings can be recorded for future use.
     
    Website:
     
    Youtube Video: How to use Zoom cloud meetings "101" for online collaboration 
    created by: Holistic Communications
     
    The Center for the Collaborative Classroom: Learning Hub
    Access K-6 literacy materials that incorporate authentic literacy experiences, engage, motivate, facilitate critical thinking, and integrate SEL across the literacy block free for one year.
     
    Website:
     
    Directions for signing up for a Learning Hub Account:
    See attachment 
     
     

     

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  • COMMITTEE OF 500 YEARS OF DIGNITY AND RESISTANCE

    Posted by Rachel Hill on 3/2/2016

     

    The Committee of 500 Years Presents:

     

    14th Annual Conference

     

    Theme: Educating for Truth and Dignity: Indigenous Peoples of this Hemisphere

     

    10 hours of CEU’s for Educators from K-12th grades for the four Saturday workshops plus two2-hour unit planning sessions in September and October– Cleveland Public Schools

     

    Baldwin Wallace University, SAC (Student Activity Center) 96 Beech Street. Berea OH

     

    Please review the attached agenda for more information: 

    Committee of 500 Years of Dignity and Resistance Conference Agenda

     

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  • AxessPointe Community Health Center

    Posted by Rachel Hill on 2/22/2016

     

    AxessPointe Community Health Center Children's Dental Day

     

    Saturday, February 27, 2016 • 8:00 am – 1:00 pm

     

    AxessPointe National Children's Dental Day Event Information

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