Conscious Discipline Summer Institute

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Nothing can compare to attending an official Conscious Discipline event! The connections you make, the information you learn and the changes you experience at a live event are truly transformational!

It revolutionizes the classroom approach to social-emotional learning by addressing the adult’s skill set and internal states first, and then empowering the adult to teach and model these skills with children.

Both research studies and individual testimonials show that Conscious Discipline simply works for transforming social-emotional skills, school climate, academics and home/school connections. Stop struggling with behaviors and standards, and start finding the joy in teaching again!

What’s new:

  • Activities and assessments
  • Updated brain information
  • Updated skills and strategies
  • New sections addressing MTSS
  • Organized around safety, connection and problem solving for ease of application
  • Chapter summaries and implementation checklists

Auburn supports providing quality training for its teachers and staff surrounding the use of available technology within the district.

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Next-Gen Higher Education Students – Have They Arrived?

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Next gen learning will take root more broadly than it is today when we focus on six dimensions—define, measure, design, implement, enable, scale.

NEXT GEN LEARNING

  • Personalized to the ways I learn best
  • Flexible so that I can try different ways to learn
  • Interactive and engaging so that I participate in the learning
  • Relevant to the life I’d like to lead
  • Organized around my own progress against goals I understand
  • Collaborative with teachers and peers, unlimited by proximity
  • Agile and supportive when I need extra help
  • Challenging but achievable, with opportunities to become expert in an area of interest
  • Available to me as much as it is to every other student

Only then will next generation learning help more students complete high school and college, at a reasonable cost.

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Digital Education Market Briefing: Minnesota 2015

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The Center for Digital Education is hosting a Market Briefing event in Seattle, WA and we hope you can join us. IT leaders from some of the largest districts in the state of Washington will be on hand for a special briefing on their technology plans for the coming years.

This event will allow participants to:

  • Hear directly from CIOs and technology leaders from area school districts
  • Network with fellow industry leaders in the region
  • Learn about the hot issues in the education IT market
  1. Hear directly from CIOs and technology leaders from area school districts
  2. Network with fellow industry leaders in the region
  3. Learn about the hot issues in the education IT market

Auburn supports providing quality training for its teachers and staff surrounding the use of available technology within the district.

Highline Public Schools is committed to instruction, pedagogy, operational fortitude, blended learning and personalized learning. Highline is using blended learning apps to support its curriculum and is looking for ways to increase productivity through the use of technology. Auburn School District #408 is committed to encouraging and supporting the integration and use of technology in education.

This segment will include a Center for Digital Education market briefing on trends and opportunities in K-12. Attendees will receive an overview of the latest research that the Center has gathered in the past year through interviews, Special Reports, events and its annual Digital School Districts Survey.

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Learning Network Webinars for Music Teachers

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NAfME offers a full range of professional development opportunities for music teachers, including online development classes and webinars.

Cutting edge information and top-notch music education resources – this is where you’ll find exactly what you need to succeed in the classroom.

Want some fresh new ideas? Come to a NAfME conference this year!

Our Music Research and Teacher Education National Conference takes place every other year (biennial) and is designed for the needs of the higher education and research communities.  If you’re interested in research-based poster sessions, lectures from nationally known speakers, and opportunities to attend multiple breakout sessions over several days, you don’t want to miss this conference.

Auburn supports providing quality training for its teachers and staff surrounding the use of available technology within the district.

The best thing about our online webinars and professional development classes?  You watch them when it’s convenient for you!

NAfME’s Learning Network delivers week-long workshops, as well as individual hour-long webinars, direct to your computer, or laptop.

Summer is the perfect time to continue your professional career development.  Just log on to watch one of NAfME’s summer workshop webinars, right in the comfort of your own home.

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Education School Technology Summit 2015

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The Technology, Innovation, and Education (TIE) master’s program is home to creative leaders in education – among both faculty and students. Together with outstanding fellow students from around the world, you will learn how to research and design new technologies and media that deliver powerful teaching and promote engaged learning.

Technology is the Means, Not the Mission 

Everything we do in the TIE Program is grounded in teaching and learning. The first questions are always, “Who are the users, and what educational challenges are they grappling with?” We don’t start with the goal of creating a sticky website, viral app, or immersive simulation. Instead, we choose the medium or technology that delivers the most effective learning experience for our specific goal. No previous computer science or technology experience is required to join TIE, only a passion for harnessing innovation and creativity to improve educational outcomes for all learners.

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5-day “Critical Friends” Advanced Group Training

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Critical Friends Groups (CFGs) are the product of a simple idea; providing deliberate time and structures to promote adult professional growth that is directly linked to student learning. CFG’s provide educators and schools with specific tools, structures, and resources to support safe and effective collaborative learning linked to classroom practice.

Don't get your "Critical" friend

Of value to all leaders in education, facilitative leadership skills, built through participation in CFGs, engage school communities in work worth doing, foster a focused school community, and build a collaborative and reflective culture in schools.

CFG members are committed to making their practice public to one another, to being reflective, and to holding each other accountable for meeting the needs and interests of all students.

CFG members are committed to making their practice public to one another, to being reflective, and to holding each other accountable for meeting the needs and interests of all students.  Through critical friendship, educators share resources and ideas

Through critical friendship, educators share resources and ideas, support each other in implementing new practices, and build relationships among colleagues characterized by mutual trust and freedom from judgment, while keeping a keen focus on issues of equity.  They most often work in on-going, collaborative groups where they freely discuss each other’s practice with the intention of improving student learning.

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Loyola University Chicago Advanced Placement Summer

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Loyola University Chicago’s (Loyola Chicago) Academic calendar is structured using the policy established by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

Colleges and Schools:

Courses taken:

  • Math
  • Design
  • Management

Note: Loyola University Chicago reserves the right to cancel, modify or otherwise change the scheduling, credit or content of the courses, books used, fees charged, and regulations affecting students as announced in the class schedules.

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Adventure Curriculum for Physical Education workshop

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Physical Education Workshop promotes interest in professional advancement for Physical Educators at the Elementary and Secondary levels. Through a comprehensive curriculum, the workshop provides opportunities for professional development in the areas of Physical Education, Health, Recreation and Dance.

Cal Poly

Cal Poly is a nationally ranked, four-year, comprehensive public university located in San Luis Obispo, halfway between San Francisco and Los Angeles on California’s Central Coast. It is a distinctive learning community offering academically focused students a hands-on educational experience that prepares them for today’s scientific and technical world.

Tracie Arlington is the owner and lead instructor of Play It Safe Defense. She is a black belt and nationally certified self-defense instructor with the Women’s Self-Defense Institute. Her program has been taught to over 50,000 children and teens since 2003. Tracie has been on the Dr. Phil Show and The Doctors TV as a children’s self-defense expert. Currently she has been certifying middle and high school physical education teachers in San Diego County so they can teach self-defense to their students. Tracie’s two major goals are; to have self-defense taught in physical education classes nationally and to help school’s get the funding for the training. She has her B.A. Degree in Communications with an emphasis in training and public speaking.

Jacque Bowman has taught and coached high school and middle school in San Ramon Unified School District for 28 years. She started the women’s golf programs at both San Ramon Valley High School and Dougherty Valley High. She is currently coaching at California High School and Pine Valley Middle Schools. Jacque is an avid golfer and will be playing in the NCGA Women’s Senior Championship this summer. She is a three time “Champion of Club Champions” in the Pacific Women’s Golf Association Bay Area region. One of her favorite things is playing golf with her 85 year old dad, Bob. That’s why she believes golf is the greatest game; golf is a lifelong sporting activity.

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