BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//myQuickReg//NONSGML Pro//EN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170403T173000Z DTEND:20170403T203000Z SUMMARY:Canceled-Instructional Coaching Network 2.0 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017040315410 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Instructional Coaching Network 2.0

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The purpose of the network is to share coaching strategies and to provide opportunities for collegial conversations between instructional coaches. To accomplish this, instructional coaches will meet four times during the school year to participate in professional development and roundtable discussions as regards their role as coaches.

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Cost: $25 for 2016-17 CESA 8 - CIA members, $50 for non-members

DESCRIPTION:Instructional Coaching Network 2.0\n\n\n\nThe purpose of the network is to share coaching strategies and to provide opportunities for collegial conversations between instructional coaches. To accomplish this, instructional coaches will meet four times during the school year to participate in professional development and roundtable discussions as regards their role as coaches.\n\n\n\nCost: $25 for 2016-17 CESA 8 - CIA members, $50 for non-members END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170406T140000Z DTEND:20170406T203000Z SUMMARY:District Family Engagement Liaison Training - Day 2 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017040617606 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

District Family Engagement Liaison Training - Day 2

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The Wisconsin Statewide Parent-Educator Initiative (WSPEI) offers a core group of trainings for all district-identified Family Engagement Liaisons. Trainings are offered in two day-long workshops.
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DESCRIPTION:District Family Engagement Liaison Training - Day 2\n\n\n\nThe Wisconsin Statewide Parent-Educator Initiative (WSPEI) offers a core group of trainings for all district-identified Family Engagement Liaisons. Trainings are offered in two day-long workshops. \n\n\n\nTopics: \n\n\n\n\n\n WSPEI Overview-review of WSPEI grant history, grant goals and focus of work. \n\n DFEL Program Overview \n\n Effective Communication for Parents \n\n IEP: Review the referral process, timelines, evaluation, and determination of disability and services. Learn about the components of an IEP, the who, what, why and how if IEP's. Parent involvement and parent rights are covered as well.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nLunch and Materials Provided\n\n\n\nDistrict Family Engagement Liaisons MUST be designated by the District Special Education Director\n\n\n\nMust register for each day separately\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170407T150000Z DTEND:20170407T200000Z SUMMARY:Early Childhood Special Education Meeting LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017040716438 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

We invite anyone (eg. Early Childhood teachers, 4K teachers, Head Start Teachers, Child Care Providers) who works with young children or families of young children (ages birth to 6) to attend this professional development series provided through Early Childhood Networking Group meetings. The agenda will always include updates on and the latest available information regarding pertinent Early Childhood Special Education topics including child find, Preschool Environments (Indicator 6); Child Outcomes (Indicator 7), Early Transitions(Indicator 12), DPI initiatives, eligibility, social emotional development, assessment and IEP practices. We involve guest speakers when appropriate. We encourage the sharing of resources and practical application/strategies.
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\n\nThis project is funded through the IDEA Preschool Discretionary Grant (CFDA 12-74-9901-PIDEA60). We acknowledge the support of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction in the development of this project and for the continued support of this federally-funded grant program.

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Please send comments and questions to me directly at wschreiter@cesa8.org

DESCRIPTION:We invite anyone (eg. Early Childhood teachers, 4K teachers, Head Start Teachers, Child Care Providers) who works with young children or families of young children (ages birth to 6) to attend this professional development series provided through Early Childhood Networking Group meetings. The agenda will always include updates on and the latest available information regarding pertinent Early Childhood Special Education topics including child find, Preschool Environments (Indicator 6); Child Outcomes (Indicator 7), Early Transitions(Indicator 12), DPI initiatives, eligibility, social emotional development, assessment and IEP practices. We involve guest speakers when appropriate. We encourage the sharing of resources and practical application/strategies. \n\n\n\nAlthough there is no charge for the networking meetings, participants are asked to register.\n\n\n\nThis project is funded through the IDEA Preschool Discretionary Grant (CFDA 12-74-9901-PIDEA60). We acknowledge the support of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction in the development of this project and for the continued support of this federally-funded grant program.\n\n\n\nPlease send comments and questions to me directly at wschreiter@cesa8.org END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170407T150000Z DTEND:20170407T190000Z SUMMARY:2nd Annual WCASS Region 8 Awards Day Presentations & Luncheon LOCATION:Waubee Lodge - Banquet Hall UID:2017040717782 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

2nd Annual WCASS Region 8 Awards Day Presentations and Luncheon
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\n\n10:00 AM- 2:00 PM

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$20.00 per person

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Nominations will be accepted until March 10th, and you will be notified of the status of your nomination by April 11th to allow ample time for their registration for the luncheon.

DESCRIPTION:2nd Annual WCASS Region 8 Awards Day Presentations and Luncheon\n\nFriday, April 7, 2017\n\n10:00 AM- 2:00 PM\n\nWaubee Lake Lodge\n\n18398 W18398 Waubee Park Lane, Lakewood, WI. 54138\n\n\n\n$20.00 per person \n\n\n\nNominations will be accepted until March 10th, and you will be notified of the status of your nomination by April 11th to allow ample time for their registration for the luncheon. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170407T173000Z DTEND:20170407T200000Z SUMMARY:Lean Continuous Improvement Network LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017040717018 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

April 7, 2017
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Is your district undertaking a Lean Continuous Improvement culture change? Do you wonder how your neighboring districts are doing the same work? CESA 8 is pleased to announce Lean Continuous Improvement Network meetings following regularly scheduled PAC meetings starting in December 2016.

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Each two-and-a-half-hour meeting will be facilitated around a driving question designed to prompt deep discussion. We will reveal what works and what does not work in the journey to build a Lean culture. You will also have the opportunity to receive critical feedback from regional leaders.

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Registration: Please register for each meeting individually through www.myQuickReg.com
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DESCRIPTION:April 7, 2017\n\nMay 5, 2016\n\n\n\nIs your district undertaking a Lean Continuous Improvement culture change? Do you wonder how your neighboring districts are doing the same work? CESA 8 is pleased to announce Lean Continuous Improvement Network meetings following regularly scheduled PAC meetings starting in December 2016. \n\n\n\nEach two-and-a-half-hour meeting will be facilitated around a driving question designed to prompt deep discussion. We will reveal what works and what does not work in the journey to build a Lean culture. You will also have the opportunity to receive critical feedback from regional leaders. \n\n\n\nRegistration: Please register for each meeting individually through www.myQuickReg.com\n\nCost: Free, but you must register END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170410T133000Z DTEND:20170410T203000Z SUMMARY:Rescheduled from January 11th- A Concept to Foster Self-Regulation for Students who Struggle with Managing their Emotions and Sensory Needs LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017041017580 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

WEBINAR - AT CESA 8
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Self-Regulation is a skill everyone needs to manage the daily trials and tribulations. Sometimes we become incapacitated to cope, and with all the pressures on our youth, all too often we are seeing more self-regulation needs in this general population. Managing emotions and monitoring behaviors is a particular challenge for some. Self-regulation skills need to be taught and learned so that our youth have the capacity to manage everyday conflicts, preserve under stress and maintain a mentally healthy state of being.

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The Zones of Regulation (2011) curriculum, comprises of lessons and activities designed by Leah Kuypers, M. A. Ed., OTR/L to help students gain skills in the area of self-regulation. The lessons and learning activities are designed to help the students recognize when they’re in the different Zones (states of alertness/moods) as well as learn how to use strategies to regulate the Zone they are in. In addition to addressing self-regulation, the students will be gaining an increased vocabulary of emotional terms, skills in reading facial expressions, perspective on how others see and react to their behavior, insight on events that trigger their behavior, calming and alerting strategies, and problem solving skills.

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Zones trainings provide strategies to teach students to become more aware of and independent in controlling their emotions and impulses, managing their sensory needs and improving their ability to problem solve conflicts. Practical ideas are provided that can easily be incorporated into the classroom or home.

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Leah Kuypers, M.A. Ed., OTR/L earned a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Graduate Certificate in Autism and a Master’s in Education from Hamline University in St. Paul, MN. She has practiced as an OT/autism specialist in the school and clinical settings for the past 12 years, specializing in self-regulation and social learning. She has worked with students of all ages and challenges, including anxiety, ADHD, and ASD. She has authored a curriculum and app to teach self-regulation, The Zones of Regulation® (www.zonesofregulation.com). Leah consults with families and schools, as well as provides trainings on self-regulation, challenging behavior and The Zones of Regulation to groups throughout North America.

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Learning Outcomes

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Learner will demonstrate knowledge of self-regulation, including:

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COST: $150 per person for SNPD member districts; $300 per person for all other districts

DESCRIPTION:WEBINAR - AT CESA 8\n\nJANUARY 11, 2017 8:30AM to 3:30PM\n\n\n\nSelf-Regulation is a skill everyone needs to manage the daily trials and tribulations. Sometimes we become incapacitated to cope, and with all the pressures on our youth, all too often we are seeing more self-regulation needs in this general population. Managing emotions and monitoring behaviors is a particular challenge for some. Self-regulation skills need to be taught and learned so that our youth have the capacity to manage everyday conflicts, preserve under stress and maintain a mentally healthy state of being. \n\n\n\nThe Zones of Regulation (2011) curriculum, comprises of lessons and activities designed by Leah Kuypers, M. A. Ed., OTR/L to help students gain skills in the area of self-regulation. The lessons and learning activities are designed to help the students recognize when they’re in the different Zones (states of alertness/moods) as well as learn how to use strategies to regulate the Zone they are in. In addition to addressing self-regulation, the students will be gaining an increased vocabulary of emotional terms, skills in reading facial expressions, perspective on how others see and react to their behavior, insight on events that trigger their behavior, calming and alerting strategies, and problem solving skills. \n\n\n\nZones trainings provide strategies to teach students to become more aware of and independent in controlling their emotions and impulses, managing their sensory needs and improving their ability to problem solve conflicts. Practical ideas are provided that can easily be incorporated into the classroom or home. \n\n\n\nLeah Kuypers, M.A. Ed., OTR/L earned a Bachelor’s degree in Occupational Therapy from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Graduate Certificate in Autism and a Master’s in Education from Hamline University in St. Paul, MN. She has practiced as an OT/autism specialist in the school and clinical settings for the past 12 years, specializing in self-regulation and social learning. She has worked with students of all ages and challenges, including anxiety, ADHD, and ASD. She has authored a curriculum and app to teach self-regulation, The Zones of Regulation® (www.zonesofregulation.com). Leah consults with families and schools, as well as provides trainings on self-regulation, challenging behavior and The Zones of Regulation to groups throughout North America. \n\n\n\nLearning Outcomes\n\n\n\nLearner will demonstrate knowledge of self-regulation, including:\n\n\n\n\n\n Identify sensory processing systems, integration and impact on modulation\n\n Outline executive functions that frequent impact self-regulation\n\n Definition of emotional regulation\n\n Learner will develop insight into a systematic way to teach students to self-regulate\n\n Cite strategies to identify ones level of alertness and emotions and describe how social and contextual cues are used to decipher expected behavior\n\n Demonstrate strategies to use to adjust ones level of alertness/emotions to match the demands of the environment\n\n Learner will identify ways to integrate The Zones into practice and generalize skills across settings\n\n\n\n\n\nCOST: $150 per person for SNPD member districts; $300 per person for all other districts END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170410T140000Z DTEND:20170410T200000Z SUMMARY:Canceled-Universal Design for Learning Series - Workshop 1 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017041015339 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n
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Universal Design for Learning Series (Aligns with the CESA 8 Continuous Improvement Model - Student Engagement)

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This series of workshops will deliver a deep understanding of UDL (Universal Design for Learning), its application to achievement for all students, and practical utilization of the guidelines in all subjects, in any classroom, and in a system of continuous improvement.

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Workshop 1: Introduction to Universal Design for Learning - April 10, 2017

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    Participants will understand and experience the three key features of UDL: explicit goal setting, learner variability, and the three UDL principles (student engagement, multiple representations, and multiple modes of action).

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Workshop 2: UDL Guidelines - May 1, 2017

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    We’ll deepen our understanding of the three principles of UDL, variability in engagement, action & expression, and representation. We’ll investigate the checkpoints pertaining to each principle. You will analyze your current practices through the lens of the UDL framework.

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    Cost: $75 per participant per workshop for 2017-18 CESA 8 - CIA member school districts. $150 per person per workshop for all others

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DESCRIPTION:\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Universal Design for Learning Series (Aligns with the CESA 8 Continuous Improvement Model - Student Engagement)\n\n\n\n This series of workshops will deliver a deep understanding of UDL (Universal Design for Learning), its application to achievement for all students, and practical utilization of the guidelines in all subjects, in any classroom, and in a system of continuous improvement.\n\n \n\n\n\n Workshop 1: Introduction to Universal Design for Learning - April 10, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n Participants will understand and experience the three key features of UDL: explicit goal setting, learner variability, and the three UDL principles (student engagement, multiple representations, and multiple modes of action). \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n Workshop 2: UDL Guidelines - May 1, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n We’ll deepen our understanding of the three principles of UDL, variability in engagement, action & expression, and representation. We’ll investigate the checkpoints pertaining to each principle. You will analyze your current practices through the lens of the UDL framework. \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n Cost: $75 per participant per workshop for 2017-18 CESA 8 - CIA member school districts. $150 per person per workshop for all others\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170411T180000Z DTEND:20170411T200000Z SUMMARY:Human Resource Network LOCATION:CESA 8 - Tamarak Room UID:2017041117767 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

-round table HR discussions

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-discuss and create job descriptions, HR processes, etc.

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-disucss timely topics such as the ACA and WISEstaff report and how your district is handling the changes

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-superintendents, business managers, assistants, and other leaders who handle HR tasks are welcome

DESCRIPTION:-round table HR discussions\n\n\n\n-discuss and create job descriptions, HR processes, etc.\n\n\n\n-disucss timely topics such as the ACA and WISEstaff report and how your district is handling the changes \n\n\n\n-superintendents, business managers, assistants, and other leaders who handle HR tasks are welcome END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170412T140000Z DTEND:20170412T200000Z SUMMARY:Putting Math Practices into Action LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017041217760 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

You’ve adopted the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. So, what now? Participants of this workshop will gain a deeper understanding of the principles and actions needed to build a strong mathematics program. Practical pedagogical strategies to help move student thinking forward will be investigated through large and small grand-band working sessions focused on establishing mathematical goals, implementing rich tasks that support productive struggle, connecting representations through meaningful discourse, building procedural fluency and conceptual understanding, and eliciting student thinking via purposeful questioning.

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Break-out sessions will take place for PK - 5, 6-8, and 9-12
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Facilitators:

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Dr. Jennifer Kosiak, Wisconsin Mathematics Council Board of Directors, President

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Wendy Meyer, Wisconsin Mathematics Council Board of Directors, Treasurer
\n\nWendy currently teaches at Edgerton High School, and will be finishing her 23rd year of teaching Mathematics this year. She is also the K-12 Mathematics Curriculum Chair for the Edgerton School District.

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Tammy Moynihan, Wisconsin Mathematics Council Board of Directors, Grades 9 - 12 Representative
\n\nTammy Moynihan currently teaches at Oconto Falls High School

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The Wisconsin Mathematics Council wants to bring this cost-effective professional development to you!

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Cost: $20.00 per participant, lunch included. Participants will receive an ebook of Principles to Actions for free.

DESCRIPTION:You’ve adopted the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics. So, what now? Participants of this workshop will gain a deeper understanding of the principles and actions needed to build a strong mathematics program. Practical pedagogical strategies to help move student thinking forward will be investigated through large and small grand-band working sessions focused on establishing mathematical goals, implementing rich tasks that support productive struggle, connecting representations through meaningful discourse, building procedural fluency and conceptual understanding, and eliciting student thinking via purposeful questioning.\n\n\n\nBreak-out sessions will take place for PK - 5, 6-8, and 9-12\n\nIntended Audience: This workshop is for Math Teachers, Math Coaches, Math Specialists, and Math Curriculum Chairs in Grades K-12. \n\n\n\nFacilitators:\n\n\n\nDr. Jennifer Kosiak, Wisconsin Mathematics Council Board of Directors, President\n\n\n\nWendy Meyer, Wisconsin Mathematics Council Board of Directors, Treasurer\n\nWendy currently teaches at Edgerton High School, and will be finishing her 23rd year of teaching Mathematics this year. She is also the K-12 Mathematics Curriculum Chair for the Edgerton School District.\n\n\n\nTammy Moynihan, Wisconsin Mathematics Council Board of Directors, Grades 9 - 12 Representative \n\nTammy Moynihan currently teaches at Oconto Falls High School\n\n\n\nThe Wisconsin Mathematics Council wants to bring this cost-effective professional development to you! \n\n\n\nCost: $20.00 per participant, lunch included. Participants will receive an ebook of Principles to Actions for free. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170418T133000Z DTEND:20170418T163000Z SUMMARY:Canceled-DAC LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017041815406 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

The DAC learning network will focus on a variety of timely assessment topics. The network sessions are designed to provide important learning and network sharing opportunities.

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Cost: $25 for 2016-17 CESA 8- CIA School District Members -- $50 for all others

DESCRIPTION:The DAC learning network will focus on a variety of timely assessment topics. The network sessions are designed to provide important learning and network sharing opportunities.\n\n\n\nCost: $25 for 2016-17 CESA 8- CIA School District Members -- $50 for all others END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170419T140000Z DTEND:20170419T170000Z SUMMARY:Educator Effectiveness Leaders (EEL) Network Group LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017041915510 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n
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End of year wrap-up

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Group coaching - how to work with supporting-year teachers to reflect on SLO results

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All events will include the latest updates from the DPI related to educator effectiveness.

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Cost: $25 for 2016-17 CESA 8 - Educator Effectiveness member districts, $75 for all others for Parts II-IV

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Option Extended time available at no cost from 12:30 - 2:30 PM, for User Management/MPL system Support, but please check the box when registering so we can include you in our lunch count.

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DESCRIPTION:\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n End of year wrap-up \n\n\n\n Group coaching - how to work with supporting-year teachers to reflect on SLO results\n\n\n\n All events will include the latest updates from the DPI related to educator effectiveness.\n\n\n\n Cost: $25 for 2016-17 CESA 8 - Educator Effectiveness member districts, $75 for all others for Parts II-IV\n\n\n\n Option Extended time available at no cost from 12:30 - 2:30 PM, for User Management/MPL system Support, but please check the box when registering so we can include you in our lunch count.\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170419T140000Z DTEND:20170419T200000Z SUMMARY:Better Feedback for Better Teaching LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017041917316 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

The research is clear: students have greater gains in learning when their teachers receive effective observations and effective feedback. Check the fidelity of your system with the tools already being used and learn how to turn your investment of time into purposeful action that builds the efficacy of your teaching force.

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Presenter: Teresa Lien, Consultant - Danielson Group / Instructional Facilitator - Baraboo School District
\n\nAudience: Anyone evaluating teachers (principals, directors, superintendents, etc)

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Cost: $25 per person for districts purchasing EE services / $50 for all others

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DESCRIPTION:The research is clear: students have greater gains in learning when their teachers receive effective observations and effective feedback. Check the fidelity of your system with the tools already being used and learn how to turn your investment of time into purposeful action that builds the efficacy of your teaching force.\n\n\n\nPresenter: Teresa Lien, Consultant - Danielson Group / Instructional Facilitator - Baraboo School District\n\nAudience: Anyone evaluating teachers (principals, directors, superintendents, etc)\n\n\n\nCost: $25 per person for districts purchasing EE services / $50 for all others\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170421T140000Z DTEND:20170421T200000Z SUMMARY:Understanding the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017042117602 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Join the Next Generation! We will explore the three dimensions of the Next Generations Science Standards: Disciplinary Core Ideas, Science and Engineering Practices, and Crosscutting Concepts as we learn a no-nonsense way of understanding how the standards are organized.

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Participants in the Empowering Teachers and Engaging Students through Modeling grant please register and the payment amount will be changed to $0 on our end.

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Workshop costs $75 for CESA 8 CIA Member School Districts, $150 for non-members

DESCRIPTION:Join the Next Generation! We will explore the three dimensions of the Next Generations Science Standards: Disciplinary Core Ideas, Science and Engineering Practices, and Crosscutting Concepts as we learn a no-nonsense way of understanding how the standards are organized.\n\n\n\nParticipants in the Empowering Teachers and Engaging Students through Modeling grant please register and the payment amount will be changed to $0 on our end.\n\n\n\nWorkshop costs $75 for CESA 8 CIA Member School Districts, $150 for non-members END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170424T211500Z DTEND:20170424T233000Z SUMMARY:Writing a PDP LOCATION:Crivitz School - High School IMC UID:2017042415213 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This session will explain the process of writing a Professional Development Plan, required by DPI for license renewal. Participants will walk out of the session with the first stages of the process already completed and stored electronically.

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Cost: $25 per person, per after school seminar, for CESA 8 – 2016-17 CIA member school districts.
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DESCRIPTION:This session will explain the process of writing a Professional Development Plan, required by DPI for license renewal. Participants will walk out of the session with the first stages of the process already completed and stored electronically.\n\n\n\nCost: $25 per person, per after school seminar, for CESA 8 – 2016-17 CIA member school districts.\n\n$50 per person, per after school seminar for all other participants. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170425T133000Z DTEND:20170425T201500Z SUMMARY:Differentiated PD in Academic and Career Planning LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017042517560 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

First Steps

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Designed for districts which have not yet attended an ACP workshop and are just getting started with their Academic and Career Planning:

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Next Steps

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Designed for districts which have attended an ACP workshop or are well underway with their Academic and Career Planning:

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Cost $17 per person
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DESCRIPTION:First Steps\n\n\n\nDesigned for districts which have not yet attended an ACP workshop and are just getting started with their Academic and Career Planning:\n\n\n\n\n\n Morning Session: ABCs of ACPs (8:30 – 11:30 a.m.) We’ll do an overview of PI26 and Academic and Career Planning, along with activities that you can take back and use with your staff\n\n Lunch will be catered by OJs in Gillett\n\n Afternoon Session: Career Cruising 101 (12:15 – 3:15 p.m.) Steve Yaun from Career Cruising will lead district teams through the basics of Career Cruising\n\n\n\n\n\nNext Steps\n\n\n\nDesigned for districts which have attended an ACP workshop or are well underway with their Academic and Career Planning:\n\n\n\n\n\n Morning Session: Advanced Career Cruising (8:30 – 11:30 a.m.) Steve Yaun from Career Cruising will dive deeper into the CC platform\n\n Afternoon Session: Career Cruising 101 (12:15 – 3:15 p.m.) We’ll explore promising practices around PI26 and prepare you to brand and publish your ACP program on your website.\n\n\n\n\n\nCost $17 per person\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170425T211500Z DTEND:20170425T233000Z SUMMARY:Writing a PDP LOCATION:Clintonville School District - High School UID:2017042515212 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This session will explain the process of writing a Professional Development Plan, required by DPI for license renewal. Participants will walk out of the session with the first stages of the process already completed and stored electronically.

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Cost: $25 per person, per after school seminar, for CESA 8 – 2016-17 CIA member school districts.
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DESCRIPTION:This session will explain the process of writing a Professional Development Plan, required by DPI for license renewal. Participants will walk out of the session with the first stages of the process already completed and stored electronically.\n\n\n\nCost: $25 per person, per after school seminar, for CESA 8 – 2016-17 CIA member school districts.\n\n$50 per person, per after school seminar for all other participants. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170426T131500Z DTEND:20170426T200000Z SUMMARY:WOW Session 4 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017042614916 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

WOW Session 4: Mike Mattos (Apr 26 & 27, 2017) Mike is an internationally known practitioner, author, presenter who specializes in uniting school communities to transform schools through response to intervention and PLCs.

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This is the final of a four-part series intended to deepen understanding, achieve consensus, and build strategies around local implementation of Educator Effectiveness. Each event will utilize a combination of on-site and virtual participation strategies to guide local, regional, and state collaboration between educators at CESAs across Wisconsin simultaneously. Recommended team size is four to six. Each WOW event builds upon information and teamwork from the previous session. Team members are therefore requested to commit to four dates (the full series) when registering.

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WOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed.

DESCRIPTION:WOW Session 4: Mike Mattos (Apr 26 & 27, 2017) Mike is an internationally known practitioner, author, presenter who specializes in uniting school communities to transform schools through response to intervention and PLCs.\n\n\n\nThis is the final of a four-part series intended to deepen understanding, achieve consensus, and build strategies around local implementation of Educator Effectiveness. Each event will utilize a combination of on-site and virtual participation strategies to guide local, regional, and state collaboration between educators at CESAs across Wisconsin simultaneously. Recommended team size is four to six. Each WOW event builds upon information and teamwork from the previous session. Team members are therefore requested to commit to four dates (the full series) when registering.\n\n\n\nWOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170427T131500Z DTEND:20170427T200000Z SUMMARY:WOW Session 4 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017042714917 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

WOW Session 4: Mike Mattos (Apr 26 & 27, 2017) Mike is an internationally known practitioner, author, presenter who specializes in uniting school communities to transform schools through response to intervention and PLCs.

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This is the final of a four-part series intended to deepen understanding, achieve consensus, and build strategies around local implementation of Educator Effectiveness. Each event will utilize a combination of on-site and virtual participation strategies to guide local, regional, and state collaboration between educators at CESAs across Wisconsin simultaneously. Recommended team size is four to six. Each WOW event builds upon information and teamwork from the previous session. Team members are therefore requested to commit to four dates (the full series) when registering.

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WOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed.

DESCRIPTION:WOW Session 4: Mike Mattos (Apr 26 & 27, 2017) Mike is an internationally known practitioner, author, presenter who specializes in uniting school communities to transform schools through response to intervention and PLCs.\n\n\n\nThis is the final of a four-part series intended to deepen understanding, achieve consensus, and build strategies around local implementation of Educator Effectiveness. Each event will utilize a combination of on-site and virtual participation strategies to guide local, regional, and state collaboration between educators at CESAs across Wisconsin simultaneously. Recommended team size is four to six. Each WOW event builds upon information and teamwork from the previous session. Team members are therefore requested to commit to four dates (the full series) when registering.\n\n\n\nWOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170427T140000Z DTEND:20170427T203000Z SUMMARY:WSPEI Regional Meeting LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017042717609 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

District Family Engagement Liaison Training - Day 2

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The Wisconsin Statewide Parent-Educator Initiative (WSPEI) offers a core group of trainings for all district-identified Family Engagement Liaisons. Trainings are offered in two day-long workshops.
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DESCRIPTION:District Family Engagement Liaison Training - Day 2\n\n\n\nThe Wisconsin Statewide Parent-Educator Initiative (WSPEI) offers a core group of trainings for all district-identified Family Engagement Liaisons. Trainings are offered in two day-long workshops. \n\n\n\nTopics: \n\n\n\n\n\n WSPEI Overview-review of WSPEI grant history, grant goals and focus of work. \n\n DFEL Program Overview \n\n Effective Communication for Parents \n\n IEP: Review the referral process, timelines, evaluation, and determination of disability and services. Learn about the components of an IEP, the who, what, why and how if IEP's. Parent involvement and parent rights are covered as well.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nLunch and Materials Provided\n\n\n\nDistrict Family Engagement Liaisons MUST be designated by the District Special Education Director\n\n\n\nMust register for each day separately\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170428T140000Z DTEND:20170428T193000Z SUMMARY:Principal Leadership Network LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017042816937 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Special topics: Legal & Legislative Updates, TBD

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Cost: $50 for CESA 8 - CIA member school districts. $100 for all others

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DESCRIPTION:Special topics: Legal & Legislative Updates, TBD\n\n\n\nCost: $50 for CESA 8 - CIA member school districts. $100 for all others\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170429T020000Z DTEND:20170428T180000Z SUMMARY:CESA 8 RSN - Special Education Leadership Meeting LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017042817797 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

These are valuable network meetings that provide directors an opportunity to receive legal, federal and DPI updates, along with sharing of district initiatives and presentations of current topics of interest.

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DESCRIPTION:These are valuable network meetings that provide directors an opportunity to receive legal, federal and DPI updates, along with sharing of district initiatives and presentations of current topics of interest.\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170429T140000Z DTEND:20170429T203000Z SUMMARY:Interested in Learning about National Board Certification? LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017042917743 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

nterested in learning about National Board certification?

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National Board Certification is the most respected professional certification available in education and provides numerous benefits to teachers, students and schools. National Board Certification is designed to develop, retain, and recognize accomplished teachers and to generate ongoing improvement in schools nationwide.

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This session will be presented in person and via a Zoom meeting link. All registrants will receive the Zoom meeting link one week prior to the session.

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Current NB candidates are welcome to attend this session. An additional candidate support provider will be available to answer on-going questions and provide writing feedback.

DESCRIPTION:nterested in learning about National Board certification?\n\n\n\nNational Board Certification is the most respected professional certification available in education and provides numerous benefits to teachers, students and schools. National Board Certification is designed to develop, retain, and recognize accomplished teachers and to generate ongoing improvement in schools nationwide.\n\n\n\n\n\n This infographic gives an overview of the National Board Certification process\n\n Watch this YouTube clip from NBCTs across the nation as they share their experiences with Board certification.\n\n Questions? Visit this website, call 1-800-22TEACH or attend this recruitment session for more information!\n\n\n\n\n\nThis session will be presented in person and via a Zoom meeting link. All registrants will receive the Zoom meeting link one week prior to the session.\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nCurrent NB candidates are welcome to attend this session. An additional candidate support provider will be available to answer on-going questions and provide writing feedback. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170501T140000Z DTEND:20170501T200000Z SUMMARY:Universal Design for Learning Series - Workshop 2 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017050117615 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n
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Universal Design for Learning Series (Aligns with the CESA 8 Continuous Improvement Model - Student Engagement)

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This series of workshops will deliver a deep understanding of UDL (Universal Design for Learning), its application to achievement for all students, and practical utilization of the guidelines in all subjects, in any classroom, and in a system of continuous improvement.

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Workshop 1: Introduction to Universal Design for Learning - April 10, 2017

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    Participants will understand and experience the three key features of UDL: explicit goal setting, learner variability, and the three UDL principles (student engagement, multiple representations, and multiple modes of action).

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Workshop 2: UDL Guidelines - May 1, 2017

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    We’ll deepen our understanding of the three principles of UDL, variability in engagement, action & expression, and representation. We’ll investigate the checkpoints pertaining to each principle. You will analyze your current practices through the lens of the UDL framework.

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DESCRIPTION:\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Universal Design for Learning Series (Aligns with the CESA 8 Continuous Improvement Model - Student Engagement)\n\n\n\n This series of workshops will deliver a deep understanding of UDL (Universal Design for Learning), its application to achievement for all students, and practical utilization of the guidelines in all subjects, in any classroom, and in a system of continuous improvement.\n\n \n\n\n\n Workshop 1: Introduction to Universal Design for Learning - April 10, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n Participants will understand and experience the three key features of UDL: explicit goal setting, learner variability, and the three UDL principles (student engagement, multiple representations, and multiple modes of action). \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n Workshop 2: UDL Guidelines - May 1, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n We’ll deepen our understanding of the three principles of UDL, variability in engagement, action & expression, and representation. We’ll investigate the checkpoints pertaining to each principle. You will analyze your current practices through the lens of the UDL framework. \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n Cost: $75 per participant per workshop for 2017-18 CESA 8 - CIA member school districts. $150 per person per workshop for all others\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170501T173000Z DTEND:20170501T200000Z SUMMARY:My Learning Plan Year End Rollover Training LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017050117503 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Each district should send a team of 1-2 people (max of 3 for large districts), consisting of the EE coordinator and a support person/backup to this session.

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Free to all but must register

DESCRIPTION:Each district should send a team of 1-2 people (max of 3 for large districts), consisting of the EE coordinator and a support person/backup to this session. \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nFree to all but must register END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170502T143000Z DTEND:20170502T190000Z SUMMARY:RtI/PBIS Technical Assistance and Support for Systems Integration LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017050216733 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

May 2, 2017 Meeting Date

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9:30AM - 11:30AM ~ MLSS Integrated
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Interactive sessions designed for districts and schools to enhance, sustain and integrate their
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What to Bring:
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Dave Kunelius, Jennifer Grenke, and Dan Seaman will go through assessment tools as well as give the participants time for Questions and Answers.

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Dave Kunelius, Northern Area Technical Assistance Coordinator ~ 715-612-3027

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Jennifer Grenke, Northern Area Technical Assistance Coordinator ~ 920-604-4140

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Dan J. Seaman, East Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator ~ 920-265-0696

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DESCRIPTION:May 2, 2017 Meeting Date\n\n\n\n9:30AM - 11:30AM ~ MLSS Integrated\n\n12:00PM-2:00PM ~ Focus specific as requested (Academic/Behavior/Grade Level)\n\n\n\nInteractive sessions designed for districts and schools to enhance, sustain and integrate their\n\nbehavioral and academic multi-level systems of support\n\n\n\n\n\nDescription:\n\nAn enduring multi-level system of support for ALL students requires planning with a framework in mind. Wisconsin RtI Center and Wisconsin PBIS Network regional technical assistance coordinators will facilitate a series of interactive full-day sessions around integrating behavioral and academic systems of support.\n\n\n\nWho Should Attend: \n\nRtI Coordinators, Internal and External PBIS Coaches, Additional School staff are welcome to attend depending on topics.\n\n\n\nOutcomes:\n\n\n\n\n\n Schools will receive technical assistance around core components of a Culturally Responsive Multi-Level System of Support\n\n Schools will use their data in an integrated fashion and establish next steps and action planning\n\n Review their systems by using student outcome data and implementation data\n\n Learn strategies to support underserved populations (SWD, Cultural and Linguistic minorities, etc.)\n\n Establish an inter-schools support system and a community of practitioners \n\n\n\n\n\nWhat to Bring:\n\nLaptop or mobile device, access information for SIR and PBIS Assessments, other materials dependent on topic\n\n\n\nDave Kunelius, Jennifer Grenke, and Dan Seaman will go through assessment tools as well as give the participants time for Questions and Answers.\n\n\n\nDave Kunelius, Northern Area Technical Assistance Coordinator ~ 715-612-3027\n\n\n\nJennifer Grenke, Northern Area Technical Assistance Coordinator ~ 920-604-4140\n\n\n\nDan J. Seaman, East Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator ~ 920-265-0696\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170504T140000Z DTEND:20170504T200000Z SUMMARY:Updating the SchoolWide Title I Plan LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017050415310 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Update Title I Schoolwide Plan
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Audience: Title I Schoolwide Planning Teams (Title I Coordinator, Principals, Curriculum Directors, Reading Specialists, Interventionists, Teacher Leaders, etc.)

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When you transitioned from Targeted Assistance to Schoolwide programming, many of you did a great job of writing a plan. Did you know, that your plan is legally required to be revised on a yearly basis? Whether you have been faithful to the annual review or not, this workshop will help you systematically review your plan and help prepare you for the 2016-2017 ESEA application.

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It isn’t necessary to bring all of these in print form, but it would be useful to have electronic access to them:

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Also, a Laptop with power and extension cords if needed

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25 per person from CESA 8 School Districts

DESCRIPTION:Update Title I Schoolwide Plan\n\n 9AM - 3PM\n\n\n\nAudience: Title I Schoolwide Planning Teams (Title I Coordinator, Principals, Curriculum Directors, Reading Specialists, Interventionists, Teacher Leaders, etc.)\n\n\n\nWhen you transitioned from Targeted Assistance to Schoolwide programming, many of you did a great job of writing a plan. Did you know, that your plan is legally required to be revised on a yearly basis? Whether you have been faithful to the annual review or not, this workshop will help you systematically review your plan and help prepare you for the 2016-2017 ESEA application.\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nIt isn’t necessary to bring all of these in print form, but it would be useful to have electronic access to them:\n\n\n\n\n\n Existing Schoolwide Plan\n\n School Improvement Plan\n\n Building and District Goals, Strategic plan, etc.\n\n SIR (Schoolwide Implementation Review) results and/or plan (through RtI Center)\n\n WKCE results for Reading and Math\n\n School Report Cards – expanded version\n\n Parent/Community surveys\n\n Staff surveys\n\n Reading and Math Assessment Data – Renaissance, Aimsweb, PALS, Star, MAP, grade level, other?\n\n Access to WISEdash\n\n\n\n\n\nAlso, a Laptop with power and extension cords if needed\n\n\n\n25 per person from CESA 8 School Districts END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170505T173000Z DTEND:20170505T200000Z SUMMARY:Lean Continuous Improvement Network LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017050517019 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

May 5, 2016

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Is your district undertaking a Lean Continuous Improvement culture change? Do you wonder how your neighboring districts are doing the same work? CESA 8 is pleased to announce Lean Continuous Improvement Network meetings following regularly scheduled PAC meetings starting in December 2016.

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Each two-and-a-half-hour meeting will be facilitated around a driving question designed to prompt deep discussion. We will reveal what works and what does not work in the journey to build a Lean culture. You will also have the opportunity to receive critical feedback from regional leaders.

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Registration: Please register for each meeting individually through www.myQuickReg.com
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DESCRIPTION:May 5, 2016\n\n\n\nIs your district undertaking a Lean Continuous Improvement culture change? Do you wonder how your neighboring districts are doing the same work? CESA 8 is pleased to announce Lean Continuous Improvement Network meetings following regularly scheduled PAC meetings starting in December 2016. \n\n\n\nEach two-and-a-half-hour meeting will be facilitated around a driving question designed to prompt deep discussion. We will reveal what works and what does not work in the journey to build a Lean culture. You will also have the opportunity to receive critical feedback from regional leaders. \n\n\n\nRegistration: Please register for each meeting individually through www.myQuickReg.com\n\nCost: Free, but you must register END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170508T140000Z DTEND:20170508T200000Z SUMMARY:Career Academy Teacher Externship LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017050818027 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

May 8, July 31, and August 7, 2017

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Registration is limited to the 15 people who have been accepted as teacher externs in the CATE program. Participants are required to attend all three dates.

DESCRIPTION:May 8, July 31, and August 7, 2017\n\n\n\nRegistration is limited to the 15 people who have been accepted as teacher externs in the CATE program. Participants are required to attend all three dates. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170517T140000Z DTEND:20170517T200000Z SUMMARY:End of Year Title I Meeting LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017051715306 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170523T130000Z DTEND:20170523T213000Z SUMMARY:S.M.A.R.T. Pre-K Training LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017052317805 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Apply brain stimulation exercises to your pre-k curriculum!

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Are you an early childhood, Head Start, preschool, childcare teacher or paraprofessional? Do you work with the 3 to 5-year-old set? Join us for this highly engaging workshop with lots of hands-on activities that make it easy to start S.M.A.R.T. Pre-K immediately!

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At this three-day workshop you will:

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COST: $500 per person for Student Needs Professional Development (SNPD); $700 per person for all other districts

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Fee includes all training materials=$135, light breakfast, lunch, and snacks.

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*Participants are encouraged to attend as a team.

DESCRIPTION:Apply brain stimulation exercises to your pre-k curriculum!\n\n\n\nAre you an early childhood, Head Start, preschool, childcare teacher or paraprofessional? Do you work with the 3 to 5-year-old set? Join us for this highly engaging workshop with lots of hands-on activities that make it easy to start S.M.A.R.T. Pre-K immediately!\n\n\n\nAt this three-day workshop you will:\n\n\n\n\n\n Learn how the brain typically develops and what might interrupt that development\n\n Experience the S.M.A.R.T. activities, which are movement-based, fun for children and easily incorporated into the day\n\n Understand how to look at students developmentally\n\n Create the materials you need to immediately implement S.M.A.R.T.\n\n Become re-energized as educators and ready to create your own S.M.A.R.T. classrooms!\n\n\n\n\n\nCOST: $500 per person for Student Needs Professional Development (SNPD); $700 per person for all other districts\n\n\n\nFee includes all training materials=$135, light breakfast, lunch, and snacks.\n\n\n\n*Participants are encouraged to attend as a team. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170524T130000Z DTEND:20170524T213000Z SUMMARY:S.M.A.R.T. Pre-K Training LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017052417805 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Apply brain stimulation exercises to your pre-k curriculum!

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Are you an early childhood, Head Start, preschool, childcare teacher or paraprofessional? Do you work with the 3 to 5-year-old set? Join us for this highly engaging workshop with lots of hands-on activities that make it easy to start S.M.A.R.T. Pre-K immediately!

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At this three-day workshop you will:

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COST: $500 per person for Student Needs Professional Development (SNPD); $700 per person for all other districts

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Fee includes all training materials=$135, light breakfast, lunch, and snacks.

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*Participants are encouraged to attend as a team.

DESCRIPTION:Apply brain stimulation exercises to your pre-k curriculum!\n\n\n\nAre you an early childhood, Head Start, preschool, childcare teacher or paraprofessional? Do you work with the 3 to 5-year-old set? Join us for this highly engaging workshop with lots of hands-on activities that make it easy to start S.M.A.R.T. Pre-K immediately!\n\n\n\nAt this three-day workshop you will:\n\n\n\n\n\n Learn how the brain typically develops and what might interrupt that development\n\n Experience the S.M.A.R.T. activities, which are movement-based, fun for children and easily incorporated into the day\n\n Understand how to look at students developmentally\n\n Create the materials you need to immediately implement S.M.A.R.T.\n\n Become re-energized as educators and ready to create your own S.M.A.R.T. classrooms!\n\n\n\n\n\nCOST: $500 per person for Student Needs Professional Development (SNPD); $700 per person for all other districts\n\n\n\nFee includes all training materials=$135, light breakfast, lunch, and snacks.\n\n\n\n*Participants are encouraged to attend as a team. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170525T130000Z DTEND:20170525T213000Z SUMMARY:S.M.A.R.T. Pre-K Training LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017052517805 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Apply brain stimulation exercises to your pre-k curriculum!

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Are you an early childhood, Head Start, preschool, childcare teacher or paraprofessional? Do you work with the 3 to 5-year-old set? Join us for this highly engaging workshop with lots of hands-on activities that make it easy to start S.M.A.R.T. Pre-K immediately!

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At this three-day workshop you will:

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COST: $500 per person for Student Needs Professional Development (SNPD); $700 per person for all other districts

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Fee includes all training materials=$135, light breakfast, lunch, and snacks.

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*Participants are encouraged to attend as a team.

DESCRIPTION:Apply brain stimulation exercises to your pre-k curriculum!\n\n\n\nAre you an early childhood, Head Start, preschool, childcare teacher or paraprofessional? Do you work with the 3 to 5-year-old set? Join us for this highly engaging workshop with lots of hands-on activities that make it easy to start S.M.A.R.T. Pre-K immediately!\n\n\n\nAt this three-day workshop you will:\n\n\n\n\n\n Learn how the brain typically develops and what might interrupt that development\n\n Experience the S.M.A.R.T. activities, which are movement-based, fun for children and easily incorporated into the day\n\n Understand how to look at students developmentally\n\n Create the materials you need to immediately implement S.M.A.R.T.\n\n Become re-energized as educators and ready to create your own S.M.A.R.T. classrooms!\n\n\n\n\n\nCOST: $500 per person for Student Needs Professional Development (SNPD); $700 per person for all other districts\n\n\n\nFee includes all training materials=$135, light breakfast, lunch, and snacks.\n\n\n\n*Participants are encouraged to attend as a team. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170609T140000Z DTEND:20170609T203000Z SUMMARY:CESA 8 RSN - Special Education Leadership Meeting LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017060915470 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

These are valuable network meetings that provide directors an opportunity to receive legal, federal and DPI updates, along with sharing of district initiatives and presentations of current topics of interest.

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DESCRIPTION:These are valuable network meetings that provide directors an opportunity to receive legal, federal and DPI updates, along with sharing of district initiatives and presentations of current topics of interest.\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170609T140000Z DTEND:20170609T200000Z SUMMARY:Peer Mentor Training LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017060917848 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Each district is required to provide first year Initial Educators with a TRAINED mentor. This one-day training provides Professional Educators with the specific skills, strategies and tools needed to successfully mentor a new colleague. The training emphasizes the following basic principles:

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\n\nCost: $75 for 2016-17 CESA 8 - CIA members school districts; $150 for non-members; FREE for Peer Mentor Grant consortium districts

DESCRIPTION:Each district is required to provide first year Initial Educators with a TRAINED mentor. This one-day training provides Professional Educators with the specific skills, strategies and tools needed to successfully mentor a new colleague. The training emphasizes the following basic principles:\n\n\n\n\n\n A period of induction is important for all initial educators.\n\n A common vision is important to define effective educator practices.\n\n The professional relationship between the initial educator and the mentor is critical to the success of the induction program.\n\n Initial educator’s attitudes and professional practice are dynamic; effective mentors align their support to educator needs.\n\n Effective mentoring includes crucial conversations about improving professional practice.\n\n Mentors help initial educators reflect and develop professional goals.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nCost: $75 for 2016-17 CESA 8 - CIA members school districts; $150 for non-members; FREE for Peer Mentor Grant consortium districts END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170614T140000Z DTEND:20170614T200000Z SUMMARY:Lean Leadership for District Leaders - Day 1 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017061417333 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Day 1: Lean Principles and Tools

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Lean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies.

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Administrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.

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Day 2: Building Skill with Lean and Six Sigma Tools - June 15

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Day 3: Managing a Lean System - June 16

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Cost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others

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DESCRIPTION:Day 1: Lean Principles and Tools\n\n\n\nLean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies. \n\n\n\nAdministrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.\n\n\n\nDay 2: Building Skill with Lean and Six Sigma Tools - June 15\n\n\n\nDay 3: Managing a Lean System - June 16\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nCost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170615T140000Z DTEND:20170615T190000Z SUMMARY:Lean Leadership for District Leaders-Day 2 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017061517616 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Day 2: Building Skill with Lean and Six Sigma Tools

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Lean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies.

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Administrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.

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Cost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others

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Day 3: Managing a Lean System - June 16

DESCRIPTION:Day 2: Building Skill with Lean and Six Sigma Tools\n\n\n\nLean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies. \n\n\n\nAdministrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.\n\n\n\nCost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others\n\n\n\nDay 3: Managing a Lean System - June 16 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170616T140000Z DTEND:20170616T200000Z SUMMARY:Lean Leadership for District Leaders-Day 3 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017061617617 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Day 3: Managing a Lean System - June 16

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Lean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies.

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Administrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.

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Cost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others

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DESCRIPTION:Day 3: Managing a Lean System - June 16\n\n\n\nLean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies. \n\n\n\nAdministrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.\n\n\n\nCost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170620T130000Z DTEND:20170620T170000Z SUMMARY:PDP Review Team Training LOCATION:Menominee Indian School District - High School UID:2017062017447 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

In order to serve on a PDP team, members must successfully complete a DPI-approved PDP reviewer training.*

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This training will certify professional educators with the ability to review PDPs. The objectives for this training are:

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IMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE: Check your schedule prior to registering for this half day Face to Face workshop as there is an online portion (typically taking 5-8 hours to complete) that must be completed by 6/15 in order to attend. Approximately 3 weeks prior to the day of training, you will be receiving an e-mail from no-reply@wisconsineschool.org with the heading "Account Creation Notification." The e-mail will provide a link for access to the online course for PDP Reviewer Training as well as the information for your initial login and password.

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Participants must hold a professional educator license for the reviewer certification they are seeking (pupil services, teacher, administrator). Administrators my be initial educators for their admin license, as long as they hold a professional educator license in another area.

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Retired educators with a deep knowledge and understanding of PI-34 and the PDP process are also eligible for reviewer certification.

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Please bring a fully-charged laptop or chromebook with the ability to wirelessly connect to the internet to the face-to-face training.

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*Please note: this training is for professional educators who have never been trained as a PDP Reviewer. If you have previously been trained and your Reviewer Certification expired in June 2016, information on a separate, online training is available here http://dpi.wi.gov/tepdl/pdp/team/information#Refresher.

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Minimum of 15 participants

DESCRIPTION:In order to serve on a PDP team, members must successfully complete a DPI-approved PDP reviewer training.* \n\n\n\nThis training will certify professional educators with the ability to review PDPs. The objectives for this training are:\n\n\n\n\n\n Practice the knowledge, skills and dispositions related to being a PDP Team member\n\n Apply a process to license renewal that is focused on professional growth.\n\n Establish a consistent process for PDP goal approval and PDP verification using prescribed checklists.\n\n Establish a consistent process for the presentation of PI34 content.\n\n Share a common understanding of PI34 evidence by completion of the PI34 online module and self-assessment.\n\n\n\n\n\nIMPORTANT - PLEASE NOTE: Check your schedule prior to registering for this half day Face to Face workshop as there is an online portion (typically taking 5-8 hours to complete) that must be completed by 6/15 in order to attend. Approximately 3 weeks prior to the day of training, you will be receiving an e-mail from no-reply@wisconsineschool.org with the heading "Account Creation Notification." The e-mail will provide a link for access to the online course for PDP Reviewer Training as well as the information for your initial login and password.\n\n\n\nParticipants must hold a professional educator license for the reviewer certification they are seeking (pupil services, teacher, administrator). Administrators my be initial educators for their admin license, as long as they hold a professional educator license in another area. \n\n\n\nRetired educators with a deep knowledge and understanding of PI-34 and the PDP process are also eligible for reviewer certification. \n\n\n\nPlease bring a fully-charged laptop or chromebook with the ability to wirelessly connect to the internet to the face-to-face training.\n\n\n\n*Please note: this training is for professional educators who have never been trained as a PDP Reviewer. If you have previously been trained and your Reviewer Certification expired in June 2016, information on a separate, online training is available here http://dpi.wi.gov/tepdl/pdp/team/information#Refresher. \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nMinimum of 15 participants END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170622T140000Z DTEND:20170622T200000Z SUMMARY:Peer Mentor Training LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017062217849 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Each district is required to provide first year Initial Educators with a TRAINED mentor. This one-day training provides Professional Educators with the specific skills, strategies and tools needed to successfully mentor a new colleague. The training emphasizes the following basic principles:

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\n\nCost: $75 for 2016-17 CESA 8 - CIA members school districts; $150 for non-members; FREE for Peer Mentor Grant consortium districts

DESCRIPTION:Each district is required to provide first year Initial Educators with a TRAINED mentor. This one-day training provides Professional Educators with the specific skills, strategies and tools needed to successfully mentor a new colleague. The training emphasizes the following basic principles:\n\n\n\n\n\n A period of induction is important for all initial educators.\n\n A common vision is important to define effective educator practices.\n\n The professional relationship between the initial educator and the mentor is critical to the success of the induction program.\n\n Initial educator’s attitudes and professional practice are dynamic; effective mentors align their support to educator needs.\n\n Effective mentoring includes crucial conversations about improving professional practice.\n\n Mentors help initial educators reflect and develop professional goals.\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\nCost: $75 for 2016-17 CESA 8 - CIA members school districts; $150 for non-members; FREE for Peer Mentor Grant consortium districts END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170711T140000Z DTEND:20170711T200000Z SUMMARY:Academic and Career Planning Workshop LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017071117893 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Academic and Career Planning Workshop

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Beginning in the 2017-18 school year, legislation requires every school board to provide ACP services to all pupils enrolled in grades 6-12. ACP is a student-driven, adult-supported process in which students create and cultivate their own unique and information-based visions for post-secondary success, obtained through self-exploration, career exploration and the development of career management and planning skills.

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To prepare for the statewide implementation of ACP, CESA 8 is offering districts ACP process training and implementation support. This project is intended to mirror DPI’s ACP pilot, while giving districts a head-start on planning for the initiative.

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Workshop objectives:

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Cost: $150 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - CIA members, $300 for non-members
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DESCRIPTION:Academic and Career Planning Workshop\n\n\n\nBeginning in the 2017-18 school year, legislation requires every school board to provide ACP services to all pupils enrolled in grades 6-12. ACP is a student-driven, adult-supported process in which students create and cultivate their own unique and information-based visions for post-secondary success, obtained through self-exploration, career exploration and the development of career management and planning skills.\n\n\n\nTo prepare for the statewide implementation of ACP, CESA 8 is offering districts ACP process training and implementation support. This project is intended to mirror DPI’s ACP pilot, while giving districts a head-start on planning for the initiative. \n\n\n\nWorkshop objectives:\n\n\n\n\n\n Understand the content of ACP in Wisconsin\n\n Envision the future of ACP implementation through Career-Infused Education\n\n Lead organizational change\n\n Explore and plan for student, parent, and community engagement\n\n\n\n\n\nCost: $150 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - CIA members, $300 for non-members\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170712T140000Z DTEND:20170712T200000Z SUMMARY:Academic and Career Planning Workshop LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017071217893 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Academic and Career Planning Workshop

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Beginning in the 2017-18 school year, legislation requires every school board to provide ACP services to all pupils enrolled in grades 6-12. ACP is a student-driven, adult-supported process in which students create and cultivate their own unique and information-based visions for post-secondary success, obtained through self-exploration, career exploration and the development of career management and planning skills.

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To prepare for the statewide implementation of ACP, CESA 8 is offering districts ACP process training and implementation support. This project is intended to mirror DPI’s ACP pilot, while giving districts a head-start on planning for the initiative.

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Workshop objectives:

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Cost: $150 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - CIA members, $300 for non-members
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DESCRIPTION:Academic and Career Planning Workshop\n\n\n\nBeginning in the 2017-18 school year, legislation requires every school board to provide ACP services to all pupils enrolled in grades 6-12. ACP is a student-driven, adult-supported process in which students create and cultivate their own unique and information-based visions for post-secondary success, obtained through self-exploration, career exploration and the development of career management and planning skills.\n\n\n\nTo prepare for the statewide implementation of ACP, CESA 8 is offering districts ACP process training and implementation support. This project is intended to mirror DPI’s ACP pilot, while giving districts a head-start on planning for the initiative. \n\n\n\nWorkshop objectives:\n\n\n\n\n\n Understand the content of ACP in Wisconsin\n\n Envision the future of ACP implementation through Career-Infused Education\n\n Lead organizational change\n\n Explore and plan for student, parent, and community engagement\n\n\n\n\n\nCost: $150 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - CIA members, $300 for non-members\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170724T140000Z DTEND:20170724T160000Z SUMMARY:User Management System Support (MyLearningPlan / MLP) LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017072418193 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

User Management System Support (MyLearningPlan / MLP)

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Audience: district personnel who manage the Frontline Education (MLPOASYS) platform and make evaluation process decisions.

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The purpose of these meetings is to provide district personnel in charge of the Frontline Education (MLPOASYS) platform just in time training and updates. The meetings will also include platform tips that UMS support can share with administrators/educators when applicable.

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Cost: $0

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DESCRIPTION:User Management System Support (MyLearningPlan / MLP)\n\n\n\nAudience: district personnel who manage the Frontline Education (MLPOASYS) platform and make evaluation process decisions. \n\n\n\nThe purpose of these meetings is to provide district personnel in charge of the Frontline Education (MLPOASYS) platform just in time training and updates. The meetings will also include platform tips that UMS support can share with administrators/educators when applicable. \n\n\n\nCost: $0\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170724T180000Z DTEND:20170724T200000Z SUMMARY:Human Resource Network LOCATION:CESA 8 - Tamarak Room UID:2017072418006 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

-round table HR discussions

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-disucss timely topics such as the WRS and how your district is handling the changes

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-superintendents, business managers, assistants, and other leaders who handle HR tasks are welcome

DESCRIPTION:-round table HR discussions\n\n\n\n-disucss timely topics such as the WRS and how your district is handling the changes \n\n\n\n-superintendents, business managers, assistants, and other leaders who handle HR tasks are welcome END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170726T140000Z DTEND:20170726T200000Z SUMMARY:Danielson Evaluator Recertification Bootcamp LOCATION:CESA 8 - Tamarak Room UID:2017072618320 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

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Was your school/district part of the EE Pilot (2013-14)? If you completed your assessment in 2012-2013, it's time to recertify!

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Evaluators of teachers are required to recertify on the Danielson Framework for Teaching every 4 years. This event will allow evaluators to spend a day with Teresa Lien (a Danielson Group Trainer) in a review of Domains 2 and 3 to prepare for the assessment.

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If you would like to attend this virtual event at CESA 8, and collaborate with other evaluators from across the region, please register for one of the following dates.

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July 26 OR August 11 9:00-3:00

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Cost: $15 for 2017-18 CESA 8 EE Members - $25 for non-members. Lunch will be served.

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Wondering if you need to recertify or how to get started? Click here for more information.

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NOTE: An online-only option is also available at no cost. To register for the ZOOM session, please select CESA 4 in the myQuickReg agency drop-down for July 26 or CESA 10 for August 11.

DESCRIPTION:\n\n\n\nWas your school/district part of the EE Pilot (2013-14)? If you completed your assessment in 2012-2013, it's time to recertify!\n\n\n\nEvaluators of teachers are required to recertify on the Danielson Framework for Teaching every 4 years. This event will allow evaluators to spend a day with Teresa Lien (a Danielson Group Trainer) in a review of Domains 2 and 3 to prepare for the assessment.\n\n\n\nIf you would like to attend this virtual event at CESA 8, and collaborate with other evaluators from across the region, please register for one of the following dates.\n\n\n\nJuly 26 OR August 11 9:00-3:00\n\n\n\nCost: $15 for 2017-18 CESA 8 EE Members - $25 for non-members. Lunch will be served.\n\n\n\nWondering if you need to recertify or how to get started? Click here for more information.\n\n\n\nNOTE: An online-only option is also available at no cost. To register for the ZOOM session, please select CESA 4 in the myQuickReg agency drop-down for July 26 or CESA 10 for August 11. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170731T140000Z DTEND:20170731T210000Z SUMMARY:A Developmental Approach to Teaching Numeracy, Grades K-5 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017073117555 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This course will focus on enhancing the teacher participants’ knowledge base and the quality of
\n\ntheir instruction through developing a thorough understanding of the development of numeracy, designing instruction to meet the needs of their students, becoming competent in the recognition of student misconceptions and understanding the ways in which students learn mathematics. Teachers will engage in activities and discourse as learners and reflect as they grow and change as professionals. The course will consist of 4 full days. Each teacher will have the opportunity to experience multiple approaches to teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Throughout the course, teachers will analyze current instructional resources being used to teach the CCSS, explore supplemental resources to support student growth and development in all stages of numeracy and explore the components of Guided Math instruction to best deliver differentiated instruction.
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\n\nCost: $300 per participant for 2017-18 CESA 8 Literacy or CIA member school district. $500 per participant for all others.

DESCRIPTION:This course will focus on enhancing the teacher participants’ knowledge base and the quality of\n\ntheir instruction through developing a thorough understanding of the development of numeracy, designing instruction to meet the needs of their students, becoming competent in the recognition of student misconceptions and understanding the ways in which students learn mathematics. Teachers will engage in activities and discourse as learners and reflect as they grow and change as professionals. The course will consist of 4 full days. Each teacher will have the opportunity to experience multiple approaches to teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Throughout the course, teachers will analyze current instructional resources being used to teach the CCSS, explore supplemental resources to support student growth and development in all stages of numeracy and explore the components of Guided Math instruction to best deliver differentiated instruction.\n\n\n\nCost: $300 per participant for 2017-18 CESA 8 Literacy or CIA member school district. $500 per participant for all others. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170731T140000Z DTEND:20170731T200000Z SUMMARY:Career Academy Teacher Externship LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017073118027 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

May 8, July 31, and August 7, 2017

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Registration is limited to the 15 people who have been accepted as teacher externs in the CATE program. Participants are required to attend all three dates.

DESCRIPTION:May 8, July 31, and August 7, 2017\n\n\n\nRegistration is limited to the 15 people who have been accepted as teacher externs in the CATE program. Participants are required to attend all three dates. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170801T140000Z DTEND:20170801T210000Z SUMMARY:A Developmental Approach to Teaching Numeracy, Grades K-5 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017080117555 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This course will focus on enhancing the teacher participants’ knowledge base and the quality of
\n\ntheir instruction through developing a thorough understanding of the development of numeracy, designing instruction to meet the needs of their students, becoming competent in the recognition of student misconceptions and understanding the ways in which students learn mathematics. Teachers will engage in activities and discourse as learners and reflect as they grow and change as professionals. The course will consist of 4 full days. Each teacher will have the opportunity to experience multiple approaches to teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Throughout the course, teachers will analyze current instructional resources being used to teach the CCSS, explore supplemental resources to support student growth and development in all stages of numeracy and explore the components of Guided Math instruction to best deliver differentiated instruction.
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\n\nCost: $300 per participant for 2017-18 CESA 8 Literacy or CIA member school district. $500 per participant for all others.

DESCRIPTION:This course will focus on enhancing the teacher participants’ knowledge base and the quality of\n\ntheir instruction through developing a thorough understanding of the development of numeracy, designing instruction to meet the needs of their students, becoming competent in the recognition of student misconceptions and understanding the ways in which students learn mathematics. Teachers will engage in activities and discourse as learners and reflect as they grow and change as professionals. The course will consist of 4 full days. Each teacher will have the opportunity to experience multiple approaches to teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Throughout the course, teachers will analyze current instructional resources being used to teach the CCSS, explore supplemental resources to support student growth and development in all stages of numeracy and explore the components of Guided Math instruction to best deliver differentiated instruction.\n\n\n\nCost: $300 per participant for 2017-18 CESA 8 Literacy or CIA member school district. $500 per participant for all others. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170801T140000Z DTEND:20170801T203000Z SUMMARY:FOCUS Training for Evaluators (State/Danielson Model Specific) LOCATION:CESA 8 - Tamarak Room UID:2017080117898 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

All evaluators of teachers in districts using the State/Danielson Model are required to complete Teachscape Focus Certification, a comprehensive online module and assessment, to support rater reliability and objectivity. Through a collaborative process, participants will view and discuss the required Danielson video training in preparation for their individualized proficiency assessments.

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Audience: Administrators that have NOT previously passed the Teachscape Focus certification necessary for evaluating teachers in the DPI/Danielson model and Educator Effectiveness Coaches/Teacher Leaders

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Cost: $75 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - EE members, $300 for non-members

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DESCRIPTION:All evaluators of teachers in districts using the State/Danielson Model are required to complete Teachscape Focus Certification, a comprehensive online module and assessment, to support rater reliability and objectivity. Through a collaborative process, participants will view and discuss the required Danielson video training in preparation for their individualized proficiency assessments.\n\n\n\nAudience: Administrators that have NOT previously passed the Teachscape Focus certification necessary for evaluating teachers in the DPI/Danielson model and Educator Effectiveness Coaches/Teacher Leaders\n\n\n\nCost: $75 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - EE members, $300 for non-members\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170801T140000Z DTEND:20170801T190000Z SUMMARY:ESEA Application Workshop LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017080118192 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

CESA 8 will host an ESEA application writing workshop with DPI Title Consultant. Use this time to work as a district team (program and fiscal staff) to decide how ESEA funds will be used to meet the needs identified in the district’s needs assessment. CESA and DPI staff will be available to answer questions and provide support. In Most teams will be able to submit their application by the end of the session.

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Audience: Districts Teams (Business Managers/Fiscal Agents, Title I Coordinators/Teachers, ESEA Coordinators or Principals)

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Cost: $25.00 for CESA 8 School Districts

DESCRIPTION:CESA 8 will host an ESEA application writing workshop with DPI Title Consultant. Use this time to work as a district team (program and fiscal staff) to decide how ESEA funds will be used to meet the needs identified in the district’s needs assessment. CESA and DPI staff will be available to answer questions and provide support. In Most teams will be able to submit their application by the end of the session.\n\n\n\nAudience: Districts Teams (Business Managers/Fiscal Agents, Title I Coordinators/Teachers, ESEA Coordinators or Principals) \n\n\n\nCost: $25.00 for CESA 8 School Districts END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170802T140000Z DTEND:20170802T210000Z SUMMARY:A Developmental Approach to Teaching Numeracy, Grades K-5 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017080217555 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This course will focus on enhancing the teacher participants’ knowledge base and the quality of
\n\ntheir instruction through developing a thorough understanding of the development of numeracy, designing instruction to meet the needs of their students, becoming competent in the recognition of student misconceptions and understanding the ways in which students learn mathematics. Teachers will engage in activities and discourse as learners and reflect as they grow and change as professionals. The course will consist of 4 full days. Each teacher will have the opportunity to experience multiple approaches to teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Throughout the course, teachers will analyze current instructional resources being used to teach the CCSS, explore supplemental resources to support student growth and development in all stages of numeracy and explore the components of Guided Math instruction to best deliver differentiated instruction.
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\n\nCost: $300 per participant for 2017-18 CESA 8 Literacy or CIA member school district. $500 per participant for all others.

DESCRIPTION:This course will focus on enhancing the teacher participants’ knowledge base and the quality of\n\ntheir instruction through developing a thorough understanding of the development of numeracy, designing instruction to meet the needs of their students, becoming competent in the recognition of student misconceptions and understanding the ways in which students learn mathematics. Teachers will engage in activities and discourse as learners and reflect as they grow and change as professionals. The course will consist of 4 full days. Each teacher will have the opportunity to experience multiple approaches to teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Throughout the course, teachers will analyze current instructional resources being used to teach the CCSS, explore supplemental resources to support student growth and development in all stages of numeracy and explore the components of Guided Math instruction to best deliver differentiated instruction.\n\n\n\nCost: $300 per participant for 2017-18 CESA 8 Literacy or CIA member school district. $500 per participant for all others. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170802T140000Z DTEND:20170802T203000Z SUMMARY:FOCUS Training for Evaluators (State/Danielson Model Specific) LOCATION:CESA 8 - Tamarak Room UID:2017080217898 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

All evaluators of teachers in districts using the State/Danielson Model are required to complete Teachscape Focus Certification, a comprehensive online module and assessment, to support rater reliability and objectivity. Through a collaborative process, participants will view and discuss the required Danielson video training in preparation for their individualized proficiency assessments.

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Audience: Administrators that have NOT previously passed the Teachscape Focus certification necessary for evaluating teachers in the DPI/Danielson model and Educator Effectiveness Coaches/Teacher Leaders

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Cost: $75 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - EE members, $300 for non-members

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DESCRIPTION:All evaluators of teachers in districts using the State/Danielson Model are required to complete Teachscape Focus Certification, a comprehensive online module and assessment, to support rater reliability and objectivity. Through a collaborative process, participants will view and discuss the required Danielson video training in preparation for their individualized proficiency assessments.\n\n\n\nAudience: Administrators that have NOT previously passed the Teachscape Focus certification necessary for evaluating teachers in the DPI/Danielson model and Educator Effectiveness Coaches/Teacher Leaders\n\n\n\nCost: $75 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - EE members, $300 for non-members\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170802T140000Z DTEND:20170802T193000Z SUMMARY:New Director/PCSA Meeting LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017080217978 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170803T140000Z DTEND:20170803T210000Z SUMMARY:A Developmental Approach to Teaching Numeracy, Grades K-5 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017080317555 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This course will focus on enhancing the teacher participants’ knowledge base and the quality of
\n\ntheir instruction through developing a thorough understanding of the development of numeracy, designing instruction to meet the needs of their students, becoming competent in the recognition of student misconceptions and understanding the ways in which students learn mathematics. Teachers will engage in activities and discourse as learners and reflect as they grow and change as professionals. The course will consist of 4 full days. Each teacher will have the opportunity to experience multiple approaches to teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Throughout the course, teachers will analyze current instructional resources being used to teach the CCSS, explore supplemental resources to support student growth and development in all stages of numeracy and explore the components of Guided Math instruction to best deliver differentiated instruction.
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\n\nCost: $300 per participant for 2017-18 CESA 8 Literacy or CIA member school district. $500 per participant for all others.

DESCRIPTION:This course will focus on enhancing the teacher participants’ knowledge base and the quality of\n\ntheir instruction through developing a thorough understanding of the development of numeracy, designing instruction to meet the needs of their students, becoming competent in the recognition of student misconceptions and understanding the ways in which students learn mathematics. Teachers will engage in activities and discourse as learners and reflect as they grow and change as professionals. The course will consist of 4 full days. Each teacher will have the opportunity to experience multiple approaches to teaching addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. Throughout the course, teachers will analyze current instructional resources being used to teach the CCSS, explore supplemental resources to support student growth and development in all stages of numeracy and explore the components of Guided Math instruction to best deliver differentiated instruction.\n\n\n\nCost: $300 per participant for 2017-18 CESA 8 Literacy or CIA member school district. $500 per participant for all others. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170804T140000Z DTEND:20170804T203000Z SUMMARY:FOCUS Training for Evaluators (State/Danielson Model Specific) LOCATION:CESA 8 - Tamarak Room UID:2017080417898 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

All evaluators of teachers in districts using the State/Danielson Model are required to complete Teachscape Focus Certification, a comprehensive online module and assessment, to support rater reliability and objectivity. Through a collaborative process, participants will view and discuss the required Danielson video training in preparation for their individualized proficiency assessments.

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Audience: Administrators that have NOT previously passed the Teachscape Focus certification necessary for evaluating teachers in the DPI/Danielson model and Educator Effectiveness Coaches/Teacher Leaders

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Cost: $75 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - EE members, $300 for non-members

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DESCRIPTION:All evaluators of teachers in districts using the State/Danielson Model are required to complete Teachscape Focus Certification, a comprehensive online module and assessment, to support rater reliability and objectivity. Through a collaborative process, participants will view and discuss the required Danielson video training in preparation for their individualized proficiency assessments.\n\n\n\nAudience: Administrators that have NOT previously passed the Teachscape Focus certification necessary for evaluating teachers in the DPI/Danielson model and Educator Effectiveness Coaches/Teacher Leaders\n\n\n\nCost: $75 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - EE members, $300 for non-members\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170807T140000Z DTEND:20170807T200000Z SUMMARY:Career Academy Teacher Externship LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017080718027 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

May 8, July 31, and August 7, 2017

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Registration is limited to the 15 people who have been accepted as teacher externs in the CATE program. Participants are required to attend all three dates.

DESCRIPTION:May 8, July 31, and August 7, 2017\n\n\n\nRegistration is limited to the 15 people who have been accepted as teacher externs in the CATE program. Participants are required to attend all three dates. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170811T140000Z DTEND:20170811T200000Z SUMMARY:Danielson Evaluator Recertification Bootcamp LOCATION:CESA 8 - Tamarak Room UID:2017081118321 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

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Was your school/district part of the EE Pilot (2013-14)? If you completed your assessment in 2012-2013, it's time to recertify!

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Evaluators of teachers are required to recertify on the Danielson Framework for Teaching every 4 years. This event will allow evaluators to spend a day with Teresa Lien (a Danielson Group Trainer) in a review of Domains 2 and 3 to prepare for the assessment.

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If you would like to attend this virtual event at CESA 8, and collaborate with other evaluators from across the region, please register for one of the following dates.

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July 26 OR August 11 9:00-3:00

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Cost: $15 for 2017-18 CESA 8 EE Members - $25 for non-members. Lunch will be served.

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Wondering if you need to recertify or how to get started? Click here for more information.

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NOTE: An online-only option is also available at no cost. To register for the ZOOM session, please select CESA 4 in the myQuickReg agency drop-down for July 26 or CESA 10 for August 11.

DESCRIPTION:\n\n\n\nWas your school/district part of the EE Pilot (2013-14)? If you completed your assessment in 2012-2013, it's time to recertify!\n\n\n\nEvaluators of teachers are required to recertify on the Danielson Framework for Teaching every 4 years. This event will allow evaluators to spend a day with Teresa Lien (a Danielson Group Trainer) in a review of Domains 2 and 3 to prepare for the assessment.\n\n\n\nIf you would like to attend this virtual event at CESA 8, and collaborate with other evaluators from across the region, please register for one of the following dates.\n\n\n\nJuly 26 OR August 11 9:00-3:00\n\n\n\nCost: $15 for 2017-18 CESA 8 EE Members - $25 for non-members. Lunch will be served.\n\n\n\nWondering if you need to recertify or how to get started? Click here for more information.\n\n\n\nNOTE: An online-only option is also available at no cost. To register for the ZOOM session, please select CESA 4 in the myQuickReg agency drop-down for July 26 or CESA 10 for August 11. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170811T140000Z DTEND:20170811T200000Z SUMMARY:Bringing Grammar Instruction to Life LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017081118357 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Bringing Grammar Instruction to Life
\n\nNancy Jones, Crandon Middle School Teacher with Darla Brink, CESA 8
\n\nAugust 11, 2017 l 9:00-3:00 PM l CESA 8 Office

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Has grammar instruction been limited to worksheets?

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Are you tired of teaching a concept, assessing it, and then students acting as if they never heard it a few weeks later?
\n\nThe standard instructional approach has traditionally been isolating each skill as a silo of knowledge with no integrated connection. The knowledge is not internalized which leads to weak application and transfer into authentic writing.

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Grammar instruction does not have to be boring, redundant, or unmeaningful

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By applying a few new instructional practices, you will be able to say with excitement and vigor, “It’s alive!” A tactile, kinesthetic, and visual approach to grammar will revive your lessons with engagement, thinking, and even some laughter!

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\n\nAbout the presenter: With over 17 years of teaching in the classroom, Nancy’s fundamental educational philosophy of, “If I can taste it, smell it, feel it, play it, or make it, that is how I will teach it,” has never wavered. From constructing a human ear structure for 5th graders to crawl through for a science lesson, to using toy chainsaws to explain the difference between independent and dependent clauses, Nancy’s approach brings understanding to all learners. Her efforts in the classroom were rewarded when she became a Kohl Fellow in 2015.

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Cost: $75 for 2017-18 Leteracy Center Member School Districts. $150 for all others

DESCRIPTION:Bringing Grammar Instruction to Life\n\nNancy Jones, Crandon Middle School Teacher with Darla Brink, CESA 8\n\nAugust 11, 2017 l 9:00-3:00 PM l CESA 8 Office\n\n\n\nHas grammar instruction been limited to worksheets?\n\n\n\nAre you tired of teaching a concept, assessing it, and then students acting as if they never heard it a few weeks later?\n\nThe standard instructional approach has traditionally been isolating each skill as a silo of knowledge with no integrated connection. The knowledge is not internalized which leads to weak application and transfer into authentic writing.\n\n\n\nGrammar instruction does not have to be boring, redundant, or unmeaningful\n\n\n\nBy applying a few new instructional practices, you will be able to say with excitement and vigor, “It’s alive!” A tactile, kinesthetic, and visual approach to grammar will revive your lessons with engagement, thinking, and even some laughter!\n\n\n\n\n\nAbout the presenter: With over 17 years of teaching in the classroom, Nancy’s fundamental educational philosophy of, “If I can taste it, smell it, feel it, play it, or make it, that is how I will teach it,” has never wavered. From constructing a human ear structure for 5th graders to crawl through for a science lesson, to using toy chainsaws to explain the difference between independent and dependent clauses, Nancy’s approach brings understanding to all learners. Her efforts in the classroom were rewarded when she became a Kohl Fellow in 2015.\n\n\n\nCost: $75 for 2017-18 Leteracy Center Member School Districts. $150 for all others END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170814T140000Z DTEND:20170814T193000Z SUMMARY:Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 3-8 Part 1 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017081417625 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This is an introductory session and is intended for participants who have had no prior training in Direct Instruction programs. Participants will learn a variety of strategies for teaching decoding, fluency and comprehension through the Direct Instruction methodology and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their students’ needs.

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Future Classes:

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Multisyllabic Word Reading for Struggling Readers Grades 4 and Above (Part Two) August 15, 2017
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\n\nThis session is a great follow up to Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 3-8 (Part One), although it is not a required prerequisite. Participants will learn a flexible decoding strategy for teaching multisyllabic words. Students need to internalize this strategy in order to read grade level text with accuracy and understanding. Participants will learn the direct instruction methodology and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their student’s needs.

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Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 6-8 (Part Three) August 18, 2017

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It is recommended, but not required, that participants attend Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 3-8 before attending this session. Participants will learn a variety of strategies for teaching advanced decoding, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension through the Direct Instruction methodology and programming and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their students’ needs.

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Instructor: Amy McGovern, Reading Specialist, Wausau School District Cost: Provided by the CESA 8 Literacy Center $75 per session per participant for any 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 per session per participant for all other school districts

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Audience: Special education teachers (3-12), ELA teachers (4-8), reading specialists, interventionists, EL teachers and paraprofessionals More Information: Contact Darla Brink at dbrink@cesa8.

DESCRIPTION:This is an introductory session and is intended for participants who have had no prior training in Direct Instruction programs. Participants will learn a variety of strategies for teaching decoding, fluency and comprehension through the Direct Instruction methodology and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their students’ needs.\n\n\n\nFuture Classes:\n\n\n\nMultisyllabic Word Reading for Struggling Readers Grades 4 and Above (Part Two) August 15, 2017 \n\n\n\nThis session is a great follow up to Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 3-8 (Part One), although it is not a required prerequisite. Participants will learn a flexible decoding strategy for teaching multisyllabic words. Students need to internalize this strategy in order to read grade level text with accuracy and understanding. Participants will learn the direct instruction methodology and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their student’s needs.\n\n\n\nReading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 6-8 (Part Three) August 18, 2017 \n\n\n\nIt is recommended, but not required, that participants attend Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 3-8 before attending this session. Participants will learn a variety of strategies for teaching advanced decoding, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension through the Direct Instruction methodology and programming and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their students’ needs.\n\n\n\nInstructor: Amy McGovern, Reading Specialist, Wausau School District Cost: Provided by the CESA 8 Literacy Center $75 per session per participant for any 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 per session per participant for all other school districts\n\n\n\nAudience: Special education teachers (3-12), ELA teachers (4-8), reading specialists, interventionists, EL teachers and paraprofessionals More Information: Contact Darla Brink at dbrink@cesa8. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170814T140000Z DTEND:20170814T200000Z SUMMARY:Early Literacy Academy LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017081418308 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:


\n\nAll workshops will be held at CESA 8 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM daily

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The academy is a comprehensive reading training for early literacy educators. This course will focus on enhancing a research-informed knowledge base and quality instruction of the key elements of an effective reading program: phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary development, fluency, and comprehension. This four-day plan will engage teachers in research exploration, practical, hands-on sample lesson models, collegial discourse, protocols for literacy assessment, and alignment with state standards. Participants will gain a view of the current state of reading education, key literacy concepts, teaching tips and intervention strategies as they strengthen instructional pedagogy and explore classroom applications with other early literacy educators throughout the region. The training will build capacity to teach within any reading program and improve outcome for all students.

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Audience: 4K, Kindergarten, first grade teachers, special education teachers, interventionists, reading specialists, literacy coaches, curriculum directors

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Cost: $300.00 per person for 2017-17 CESA 8 – CIA or Literacy Center Member School Districts.
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Registration: myQuickReg.com

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Day 1 – August 14, 2017

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  • Teaching Phonological Awareness
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Day 3 – August 23, 2017

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  • Teaching Fluent, Automatic Reading of Text
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Day 2 – August 16, 2017

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Day 4 – August 24, 2017

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  • Academic Language Development and Vocabulary Instruction
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DESCRIPTION:\n\nAll workshops will be held at CESA 8 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM daily\n\n\n\nThe academy is a comprehensive reading training for early literacy educators. This course will focus on enhancing a research-informed knowledge base and quality instruction of the key elements of an effective reading program: phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary development, fluency, and comprehension. This four-day plan will engage teachers in research exploration, practical, hands-on sample lesson models, collegial discourse, protocols for literacy assessment, and alignment with state standards. Participants will gain a view of the current state of reading education, key literacy concepts, teaching tips and intervention strategies as they strengthen instructional pedagogy and explore classroom applications with other early literacy educators throughout the region. The training will build capacity to teach within any reading program and improve outcome for all students.\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nAudience: 4K, Kindergarten, first grade teachers, special education teachers, interventionists, reading specialists, literacy coaches, curriculum directors\n\n\n\nCost: $300.00 per person for 2017-17 CESA 8 – CIA or Literacy Center Member School Districts. \n\n$450.00 for all others\n\n\n\nRegistration: myQuickReg.com\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Day 1 – August 14, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Foundational Concepts about Oral and Written Language\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonological Awareness\n\n \n\n\n\n Day 3 – August 23, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition\n\n \n\n Teaching Fluent, Automatic Reading of Text\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Day 2 – August 16, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonemic Awareness\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition\n\n \n\n\n\n Day 4 – August 24, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching for Language Comprehension\n\n \n\n Academic Language Development and Vocabulary Instruction \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170815T140000Z DTEND:20170815T194500Z SUMMARY:IEP Training II LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017081517623 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

More info coming soon . . . . .

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Registration Fee: $40 per participant

DESCRIPTION:More info coming soon . . . . . \n\n\n\nRegistration Fee: $40 per participant END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170815T140000Z DTEND:20170815T073000Z SUMMARY:Multisyllabic Word Reading for Struggling Readers Grades 4 and Above (Part Two) LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017081517626 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Multisyllabic Word Reading for Struggling Readers Grades 4 and Above (Part Two) August 15, 2017
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\n\nThis session is a great follow up to Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 3-8 (Part One), although it is not a required prerequisite. Participants will learn a flexible decoding strategy for teaching multisyllabic words. Students need to internalize this strategy in order to read grade level text with accuracy and understanding. Participants will learn the direct instruction methodology and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their student’s needs.

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Cost: Provided by the CESA 8 Literacy Center $75 per session per participant for any 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 per session per participant for all other school districts

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nstructor: Amy McGovern, Reading Specialist, Wausau School District Cost: Provided by the CESA 8 Literacy Center $75 per session per participant for any 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 per session per participant for all other school districts

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Audience: Special education teachers (3-12), ELA teachers (4-8), reading specialists, interventionists, EL teachers and paraprofessionals More Information: Contact Darla Brink at dbrink@cesa8.

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Future Workshop

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Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 6-8 (Part Three) August 18, 2017

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It is recommended, but not required, that participants attend Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 3-8 before attending this session. Participants will learn a variety of strategies for teaching advanced decoding, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension through the Direct Instruction methodology and programming and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their students’ needs.

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DESCRIPTION:Multisyllabic Word Reading for Struggling Readers Grades 4 and Above (Part Two) August 15, 2017 \n\n\n\nThis session is a great follow up to Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 3-8 (Part One), although it is not a required prerequisite. Participants will learn a flexible decoding strategy for teaching multisyllabic words. Students need to internalize this strategy in order to read grade level text with accuracy and understanding. Participants will learn the direct instruction methodology and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their student’s needs.\n\n\n\nCost: Provided by the CESA 8 Literacy Center $75 per session per participant for any 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 per session per participant for all other school districts\n\n\n\nnstructor: Amy McGovern, Reading Specialist, Wausau School District Cost: Provided by the CESA 8 Literacy Center $75 per session per participant for any 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 per session per participant for all other school districts\n\n\n\nAudience: Special education teachers (3-12), ELA teachers (4-8), reading specialists, interventionists, EL teachers and paraprofessionals More Information: Contact Darla Brink at dbrink@cesa8.\n\n\n\nFuture Workshop\n\n\n\nReading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 6-8 (Part Three) August 18, 2017 \n\n\n\nIt is recommended, but not required, that participants attend Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 3-8 before attending this session. Participants will learn a variety of strategies for teaching advanced decoding, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension through the Direct Instruction methodology and programming and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their students’ needs.\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170816T140000Z DTEND:20170816T200000Z SUMMARY:Early Literacy Academy LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017081618308 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:


\n\nAll workshops will be held at CESA 8 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM daily

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The academy is a comprehensive reading training for early literacy educators. This course will focus on enhancing a research-informed knowledge base and quality instruction of the key elements of an effective reading program: phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary development, fluency, and comprehension. This four-day plan will engage teachers in research exploration, practical, hands-on sample lesson models, collegial discourse, protocols for literacy assessment, and alignment with state standards. Participants will gain a view of the current state of reading education, key literacy concepts, teaching tips and intervention strategies as they strengthen instructional pedagogy and explore classroom applications with other early literacy educators throughout the region. The training will build capacity to teach within any reading program and improve outcome for all students.

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Audience: 4K, Kindergarten, first grade teachers, special education teachers, interventionists, reading specialists, literacy coaches, curriculum directors

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Cost: $300.00 per person for 2017-17 CESA 8 – CIA or Literacy Center Member School Districts.
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Registration: myQuickReg.com

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Day 1 – August 14, 2017

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  • Foundational Concepts about Oral and Written Language
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  • Teaching Phonological Awareness
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Day 3 – August 23, 2017

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  • Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition
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Day 2 – August 16, 2017

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Day 4 – August 24, 2017

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DESCRIPTION:\n\nAll workshops will be held at CESA 8 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM daily\n\n\n\nThe academy is a comprehensive reading training for early literacy educators. This course will focus on enhancing a research-informed knowledge base and quality instruction of the key elements of an effective reading program: phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary development, fluency, and comprehension. This four-day plan will engage teachers in research exploration, practical, hands-on sample lesson models, collegial discourse, protocols for literacy assessment, and alignment with state standards. Participants will gain a view of the current state of reading education, key literacy concepts, teaching tips and intervention strategies as they strengthen instructional pedagogy and explore classroom applications with other early literacy educators throughout the region. The training will build capacity to teach within any reading program and improve outcome for all students.\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nAudience: 4K, Kindergarten, first grade teachers, special education teachers, interventionists, reading specialists, literacy coaches, curriculum directors\n\n\n\nCost: $300.00 per person for 2017-17 CESA 8 – CIA or Literacy Center Member School Districts. \n\n$450.00 for all others\n\n\n\nRegistration: myQuickReg.com\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Day 1 – August 14, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Foundational Concepts about Oral and Written Language\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonological Awareness\n\n \n\n\n\n Day 3 – August 23, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition\n\n \n\n Teaching Fluent, Automatic Reading of Text\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Day 2 – August 16, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonemic Awareness\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition\n\n \n\n\n\n Day 4 – August 24, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching for Language Comprehension\n\n \n\n Academic Language Development and Vocabulary Instruction \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170817T133000Z DTEND:20170817T203000Z SUMMARY:LITERACY LINK: A Multi-Sensory Approach to Sound Symbols Connection LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017081717581 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Session Description:
\n\nThis course will present a kinesthetic, hands-on approach for bridging the gap between phonological awareness, reading and written language. Attendees will learn specific hand symbols for consonants and vowels that will assist in teaching rhyme, alphabetic code, sound-symbol relationships, phoneme segmentation and blending. Attendees will also gain an understanding of the phonological awareness continuum and which activities should be taught when. Attendees will learn many songs and over 50 phonological awareness activi-ties that can be implemented immediately into the classroom with any language arts curriculum. Phonological Awareness Assessment will also be covered. The children will “love” this method of teaching literacy.
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Fee: $275.00 per person for SNPD or Literacy Center member districts
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\n\n Includes: The Literacy Link, A Multisensory Approach To Sound Symbol Connections, materials, continental breakfast & lunch for both days.

DESCRIPTION:Session Description:\n\nThis course will present a kinesthetic, hands-on approach for bridging the gap between phonological awareness, reading and written language. Attendees will learn specific hand symbols for consonants and vowels that will assist in teaching rhyme, alphabetic code, sound-symbol relationships, phoneme segmentation and blending. Attendees will also gain an understanding of the phonological awareness continuum and which activities should be taught when. Attendees will learn many songs and over 50 phonological awareness activi-ties that can be implemented immediately into the classroom with any language arts curriculum. Phonological Awareness Assessment will also be covered. The children will “love” this method of teaching literacy.\n\n\n\nSession Learning Objectives:\n\n\n\n\n\n Identify the rationale for using a multi-sensory approach to developing phonological awareness.\n\n Demonstrate use of hand symbols for consonants and vowels to assist in teaching rhyme, alphabetic code, sound symbol relationships, phoneme segmentation, and phoneme blending.\n\n Learn activities that are appropriate for different levels of phonological awareness.\n\n Learn how this approach will fit into any language arts curriculum.\n\n Identify quick ways to assess each student’s phonological awareness skills\n\n\n\n\n\nFee: $275.00 per person for SNPD or Literacy Center member districts\n\n $350.00 per person for non-member districts\n\n Includes: The Literacy Link, A Multisensory Approach To Sound Symbol Connections, materials, continental breakfast & lunch for both days. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170817T140000Z DTEND:20170817T203000Z SUMMARY:CO-TEACHING - IT'S JUST THE BEGINNING LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017081717775 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

CO-TEACHING - "IT'S JUST THE BEGINNING"
\n\nThis training is intended for schools and districts looking to build and sustain a Co-Teaching framework built around strategies designed to reach and engage all students, including students with special needs. The focus of this training will be on creative, practical solutions for helping all students achieve high levels of learning based on, Anne Beninghof’s, book titled “Co-Teaching That Works.” Participants attending will find this training engaging, inspirational, and filled with research-based strategies that can be used immediately.

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DAY 1: August 17, 2017
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TRAINERS:
\n\nDeb Wall, CESA 8 RSN & Special Education Director
\n\nStephanie Feldner, CESA 8 Director of Professional Development

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COST: $250 per team of 2 for CESA 8 SNPD member school districts. $500 per team of 2 for all other districts.

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2017-18 SNPD Member Districts: B-D-Pembine-?, Bonduel, Bowler-?, Clintonville, Coleman, Crandon, Crivitz, Florence, Gillett-?, Gresham, Laona, Lena, Marinette, Marion, Menominee Indian, Niagara, Oconto Falls, Peshtigo, Suring, Tigerton-?,Wabeno, Wausaukee, White Lake, Wittenberg-Birnamwood

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DESCRIPTION:CO-TEACHING - "IT'S JUST THE BEGINNING"\n\nThis training is intended for schools and districts looking to build and sustain a Co-Teaching framework built around strategies designed to reach and engage all students, including students with special needs. The focus of this training will be on creative, practical solutions for helping all students achieve high levels of learning based on, Anne Beninghof’s, book titled “Co-Teaching That Works.” Participants attending will find this training engaging, inspirational, and filled with research-based strategies that can be used immediately.\n\n\n\nDAY 1: August 17, 2017\n\nDAY 2: February 20, 2018\n\n\n\nTRAINERS:\n\nDeb Wall, CESA 8 RSN & Special Education Director\n\nStephanie Feldner, CESA 8 Director of Professional Development\n\n\n\nCOST: $250 per team of 2 for CESA 8 SNPD member school districts. $500 per team of 2 for all other districts. \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n2017-18 SNPD Member Districts: B-D-Pembine-?, Bonduel, Bowler-?, Clintonville, Coleman, Crandon, Crivitz, Florence, Gillett-?, Gresham, Laona, Lena, Marinette, Marion, Menominee Indian, Niagara, Oconto Falls, Peshtigo, Suring, Tigerton-?,Wabeno, Wausaukee, White Lake, Wittenberg-Birnamwood\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170818T133000Z DTEND:20170818T203000Z SUMMARY:LITERACY LINK: A Multi-Sensory Approach to Sound Symbols Connection LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017081817581 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Session Description:
\n\nThis course will present a kinesthetic, hands-on approach for bridging the gap between phonological awareness, reading and written language. Attendees will learn specific hand symbols for consonants and vowels that will assist in teaching rhyme, alphabetic code, sound-symbol relationships, phoneme segmentation and blending. Attendees will also gain an understanding of the phonological awareness continuum and which activities should be taught when. Attendees will learn many songs and over 50 phonological awareness activi-ties that can be implemented immediately into the classroom with any language arts curriculum. Phonological Awareness Assessment will also be covered. The children will “love” this method of teaching literacy.
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Fee: $275.00 per person for SNPD or Literacy Center member districts
\n\n $350.00 per person for non-member districts
\n\n Includes: The Literacy Link, A Multisensory Approach To Sound Symbol Connections, materials, continental breakfast & lunch for both days.

DESCRIPTION:Session Description:\n\nThis course will present a kinesthetic, hands-on approach for bridging the gap between phonological awareness, reading and written language. Attendees will learn specific hand symbols for consonants and vowels that will assist in teaching rhyme, alphabetic code, sound-symbol relationships, phoneme segmentation and blending. Attendees will also gain an understanding of the phonological awareness continuum and which activities should be taught when. Attendees will learn many songs and over 50 phonological awareness activi-ties that can be implemented immediately into the classroom with any language arts curriculum. Phonological Awareness Assessment will also be covered. The children will “love” this method of teaching literacy.\n\n\n\nSession Learning Objectives:\n\n\n\n\n\n Identify the rationale for using a multi-sensory approach to developing phonological awareness.\n\n Demonstrate use of hand symbols for consonants and vowels to assist in teaching rhyme, alphabetic code, sound symbol relationships, phoneme segmentation, and phoneme blending.\n\n Learn activities that are appropriate for different levels of phonological awareness.\n\n Learn how this approach will fit into any language arts curriculum.\n\n Identify quick ways to assess each student’s phonological awareness skills\n\n\n\n\n\nFee: $275.00 per person for SNPD or Literacy Center member districts\n\n $350.00 per person for non-member districts\n\n Includes: The Literacy Link, A Multisensory Approach To Sound Symbol Connections, materials, continental breakfast & lunch for both days. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170818T140000Z DTEND:20170818T203000Z SUMMARY:Trauma Sensitive Schools - Team Training LOCATION:Niagara School District - TBD UID:2017081817824 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Trauma Sensitive Schools - Team Training
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\n\nPamela Black, Trauma Sensitive Education, LLC

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More information coming soon. . . .

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Cost: $75 per participant per day for CESA 8 - SNPD Member Districts. $150 per participant per day for all others.

DESCRIPTION:Trauma Sensitive Schools - Team Training\n\nDAY 1 - Friday, August 18, 2017\n\nDAY 2 - Wednesday, September 20, 2017\n\nPamela Black, Trauma Sensitive Education, LLC\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nMore information coming soon. . . . \n\n\n\nCost: $75 per participant per day for CESA 8 - SNPD Member Districts. $150 per participant per day for all others. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170819T020000Z DTEND:20170818T193000Z SUMMARY:Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 6-8 (Part Three) LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017081817627 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 6-8 (Part Three) August 18, 2017

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It is recommended, but not required, that participants attend Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 3-8 before attending this session. Participants will learn a variety of strategies for teaching advanced decoding, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension through the Direct Instruction methodology and programming and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their students’ needs.

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Cost: Provided by the CESA 8 Literacy Center $75 per session per participant for any 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 per session per participant for all other school districts

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Instructor: Amy McGovern, Reading Specialist, Wausau School District Cost: Provided by the CESA 8 Literacy Center $75 per session per participant for any 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 per session per participant for all other school districts

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Audience: Special education teachers (3-12), ELA teachers (4-8), reading specialists, interventionists, EL teachers and paraprofessionals More Information: Contact Darla Brink at dbrink@cesa8.

DESCRIPTION:Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 6-8 (Part Three) August 18, 2017 \n\n\n\nIt is recommended, but not required, that participants attend Reading Intervention for Struggling Readers Grades 3-8 before attending this session. Participants will learn a variety of strategies for teaching advanced decoding, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension through the Direct Instruction methodology and programming and will leave with knowledge and skills to implement specific programs targeted for their students’ needs.\n\n\n\nCost: Provided by the CESA 8 Literacy Center $75 per session per participant for any 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 per session per participant for all other school districts\n\n\n\nInstructor: Amy McGovern, Reading Specialist, Wausau School District Cost: Provided by the CESA 8 Literacy Center $75 per session per participant for any 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 per session per participant for all other school districts\n\n\n\nAudience: Special education teachers (3-12), ELA teachers (4-8), reading specialists, interventionists, EL teachers and paraprofessionals More Information: Contact Darla Brink at dbrink@cesa8. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170823T140000Z DTEND:20170823T200000Z SUMMARY:Classroom Management LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017082318187 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

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Classroom Management:

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This series covers 3 key areas in Classroom Management and is aligned with PBIS.

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Other Requirements- Each participant will need to bring a laptop or chromebook (and power cords and/or extention if needed)

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Day 1 Rules & Routines Get ready for the upcoming school year. This workshop covers developing a classroom matrix, developing classroom routines based on the matrix, teaching routines, active supervision and pre-correction.

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Day 2 Acknowledgement Systems & Room Arrangement

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Learn how to give specific, positive feedback; increase rate of acknowledgment and create classroom acknowledgment systems. Explore how to best arrange the classroom to support learning activities and support student engagement.

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Audience: Classroom teachers, (especially new teachers and those that would like to refine their classroom management as part of their Educator Effectiveness professional development plan),instructional coaches, mentors, administrators and pupil services personnel.

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Cost: $150 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - CIA Member school districts. $300 for all others.

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Credit is available from UW-LaCrosse (additional fee)

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DESCRIPTION:\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Classroom Management: \n\n\n\n This series covers 3 key areas in Classroom Management and is aligned with PBIS.\n\n\n\n Other Requirements- Each participant will need to bring a laptop or chromebook (and power cords and/or extention if needed)\n\n\n\n Day 1 Rules & Routines Get ready for the upcoming school year. This workshop covers developing a classroom matrix, developing classroom routines based on the matrix, teaching routines, active supervision and pre-correction.\n\n\n\n Day 2 Acknowledgement Systems & Room Arrangement\n\n\n\n Learn how to give specific, positive feedback; increase rate of acknowledgment and create classroom acknowledgment systems. Explore how to best arrange the classroom to support learning activities and support student engagement.\n\n\n\n Audience: Classroom teachers, (especially new teachers and those that would like to refine their classroom management as part of their Educator Effectiveness professional development plan),instructional coaches, mentors, administrators and pupil services personnel. \n\n\n\n Cost: $150 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - CIA Member school districts. $300 for all others.\n\n\n\n Credit is available from UW-LaCrosse (additional fee)\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170823T140000Z DTEND:20170823T200000Z SUMMARY:Early Literacy Academy LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017082318308 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:


\n\nAll workshops will be held at CESA 8 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM daily

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The academy is a comprehensive reading training for early literacy educators. This course will focus on enhancing a research-informed knowledge base and quality instruction of the key elements of an effective reading program: phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary development, fluency, and comprehension. This four-day plan will engage teachers in research exploration, practical, hands-on sample lesson models, collegial discourse, protocols for literacy assessment, and alignment with state standards. Participants will gain a view of the current state of reading education, key literacy concepts, teaching tips and intervention strategies as they strengthen instructional pedagogy and explore classroom applications with other early literacy educators throughout the region. The training will build capacity to teach within any reading program and improve outcome for all students.

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Audience: 4K, Kindergarten, first grade teachers, special education teachers, interventionists, reading specialists, literacy coaches, curriculum directors

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Cost: $300.00 per person for 2017-17 CESA 8 – CIA or Literacy Center Member School Districts.
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Registration: myQuickReg.com

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Day 1 – August 14, 2017

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  • Teaching Phonological Awareness
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Day 3 – August 23, 2017

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  • Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition
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Day 2 – August 16, 2017

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Day 4 – August 24, 2017

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DESCRIPTION:\n\nAll workshops will be held at CESA 8 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM daily\n\n\n\nThe academy is a comprehensive reading training for early literacy educators. This course will focus on enhancing a research-informed knowledge base and quality instruction of the key elements of an effective reading program: phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary development, fluency, and comprehension. This four-day plan will engage teachers in research exploration, practical, hands-on sample lesson models, collegial discourse, protocols for literacy assessment, and alignment with state standards. Participants will gain a view of the current state of reading education, key literacy concepts, teaching tips and intervention strategies as they strengthen instructional pedagogy and explore classroom applications with other early literacy educators throughout the region. The training will build capacity to teach within any reading program and improve outcome for all students.\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nAudience: 4K, Kindergarten, first grade teachers, special education teachers, interventionists, reading specialists, literacy coaches, curriculum directors\n\n\n\nCost: $300.00 per person for 2017-17 CESA 8 – CIA or Literacy Center Member School Districts. \n\n$450.00 for all others\n\n\n\nRegistration: myQuickReg.com\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Day 1 – August 14, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Foundational Concepts about Oral and Written Language\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonological Awareness\n\n \n\n\n\n Day 3 – August 23, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition\n\n \n\n Teaching Fluent, Automatic Reading of Text\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Day 2 – August 16, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonemic Awareness\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition\n\n \n\n\n\n Day 4 – August 24, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching for Language Comprehension\n\n \n\n Academic Language Development and Vocabulary Instruction \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170824T140000Z DTEND:20170824T200000Z SUMMARY:Classroom Management LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017082418187 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

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Classroom Management:

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This series covers 3 key areas in Classroom Management and is aligned with PBIS.

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Other Requirements- Each participant will need to bring a laptop or chromebook (and power cords and/or extention if needed)

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Day 1 Rules & Routines Get ready for the upcoming school year. This workshop covers developing a classroom matrix, developing classroom routines based on the matrix, teaching routines, active supervision and pre-correction.

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Day 2 Acknowledgement Systems & Room Arrangement

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Learn how to give specific, positive feedback; increase rate of acknowledgment and create classroom acknowledgment systems. Explore how to best arrange the classroom to support learning activities and support student engagement.

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Audience: Classroom teachers, (especially new teachers and those that would like to refine their classroom management as part of their Educator Effectiveness professional development plan),instructional coaches, mentors, administrators and pupil services personnel.

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Cost: $150 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - CIA Member school districts. $300 for all others.

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Credit is available from UW-LaCrosse (additional fee)

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DESCRIPTION:\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Classroom Management: \n\n\n\n This series covers 3 key areas in Classroom Management and is aligned with PBIS.\n\n\n\n Other Requirements- Each participant will need to bring a laptop or chromebook (and power cords and/or extention if needed)\n\n\n\n Day 1 Rules & Routines Get ready for the upcoming school year. This workshop covers developing a classroom matrix, developing classroom routines based on the matrix, teaching routines, active supervision and pre-correction.\n\n\n\n Day 2 Acknowledgement Systems & Room Arrangement\n\n\n\n Learn how to give specific, positive feedback; increase rate of acknowledgment and create classroom acknowledgment systems. Explore how to best arrange the classroom to support learning activities and support student engagement.\n\n\n\n Audience: Classroom teachers, (especially new teachers and those that would like to refine their classroom management as part of their Educator Effectiveness professional development plan),instructional coaches, mentors, administrators and pupil services personnel. \n\n\n\n Cost: $150 for 2017-18 CESA 8 - CIA Member school districts. $300 for all others.\n\n\n\n Credit is available from UW-LaCrosse (additional fee)\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170824T140000Z DTEND:20170824T200000Z SUMMARY:Early Literacy Academy LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017082418308 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:


\n\nAll workshops will be held at CESA 8 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM daily

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The academy is a comprehensive reading training for early literacy educators. This course will focus on enhancing a research-informed knowledge base and quality instruction of the key elements of an effective reading program: phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary development, fluency, and comprehension. This four-day plan will engage teachers in research exploration, practical, hands-on sample lesson models, collegial discourse, protocols for literacy assessment, and alignment with state standards. Participants will gain a view of the current state of reading education, key literacy concepts, teaching tips and intervention strategies as they strengthen instructional pedagogy and explore classroom applications with other early literacy educators throughout the region. The training will build capacity to teach within any reading program and improve outcome for all students.

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Audience: 4K, Kindergarten, first grade teachers, special education teachers, interventionists, reading specialists, literacy coaches, curriculum directors

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Cost: $300.00 per person for 2017-17 CESA 8 – CIA or Literacy Center Member School Districts.
\n\n$450.00 for all others

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Registration: myQuickReg.com

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Day 1 – August 14, 2017

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  • Foundational Concepts about Oral and Written Language
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  • Teaching Phonological Awareness
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Day 3 – August 23, 2017

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  • Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition
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  • Teaching Fluent, Automatic Reading of Text
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  • Teaching Phonemic Awareness
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  • Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition
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Day 4 – August 24, 2017

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  • Teaching for Language Comprehension
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DESCRIPTION:\n\nAll workshops will be held at CESA 8 from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM daily\n\n\n\nThe academy is a comprehensive reading training for early literacy educators. This course will focus on enhancing a research-informed knowledge base and quality instruction of the key elements of an effective reading program: phonemic awareness, decoding, vocabulary development, fluency, and comprehension. This four-day plan will engage teachers in research exploration, practical, hands-on sample lesson models, collegial discourse, protocols for literacy assessment, and alignment with state standards. Participants will gain a view of the current state of reading education, key literacy concepts, teaching tips and intervention strategies as they strengthen instructional pedagogy and explore classroom applications with other early literacy educators throughout the region. The training will build capacity to teach within any reading program and improve outcome for all students.\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nAudience: 4K, Kindergarten, first grade teachers, special education teachers, interventionists, reading specialists, literacy coaches, curriculum directors\n\n\n\nCost: $300.00 per person for 2017-17 CESA 8 – CIA or Literacy Center Member School Districts. \n\n$450.00 for all others\n\n\n\nRegistration: myQuickReg.com\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Day 1 – August 14, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Foundational Concepts about Oral and Written Language\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonological Awareness\n\n \n\n\n\n Day 3 – August 23, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition\n\n \n\n Teaching Fluent, Automatic Reading of Text\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Day 2 – August 16, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonemic Awareness\n\n \n\n Teaching Phonics and Word Recognition\n\n \n\n\n\n Day 4 – August 24, 2017\n\n\n\n \n\n Teaching for Language Comprehension\n\n \n\n Academic Language Development and Vocabulary Instruction \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170920T140000Z DTEND:20170920T200000Z SUMMARY:Remediation Plus LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017092017647 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

The Remediation Plus System is a vital standardized solution that assists teachers to teach research based reading and spelling on a clinically developed comprehensive curriculum (multisensory explicit systematic synthetic phonics). The R+ System teaches the 44 speech sounds in a systematic curriculum. Every lesson has direct instruction in hearing the phoneme, developing the phoneme grapheme correspondence and segmenting the phonemes from speech. This system includes 85 sequential lesson plans - everything a teacher needs to become a powerful remediator–interventionist and a profoundly knowledgeable reading teacher.

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Part One: Remediation Plus Intervention System Training

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Sept. 20-21, 2017 -- 9:00 AM -3:00 PM

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Audience: K-5 Educators, K-5 Special Education Educators, any interested educators who have never taken this workshop.

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Cost: $200 per participant for CESA 8 – 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Member School Districts for the two-day training + $2100 for the Remediation System $350 for all others + $2100 for Remediation+ System All participants must have their own kit. You will have the option in myQuickReg to order a kit through CESA 8 with the discounted price of $2100 which is a savings of $900 (plus shipping). We will bill your district for it along with your registration fees.

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\n\nCancellations (within 72 hours of workshop) and any no-shows of this workshop will be billed full price.

DESCRIPTION:The Remediation Plus System is a vital standardized solution that assists teachers to teach research based reading and spelling on a clinically developed comprehensive curriculum (multisensory explicit systematic synthetic phonics). The R+ System teaches the 44 speech sounds in a systematic curriculum. Every lesson has direct instruction in hearing the phoneme, developing the phoneme grapheme correspondence and segmenting the phonemes from speech. This system includes 85 sequential lesson plans - everything a teacher needs to become a powerful remediator–interventionist and a profoundly knowledgeable reading teacher.\n\n\n\nPart One: Remediation Plus Intervention System Training\n\n\n\nSept. 20-21, 2017 -- 9:00 AM -3:00 PM\n\n\n\nDay 1: \n\n\n\n\n\n A review of the reading research from the NICHD findings from 1995 and the five big ideas from NRP and Orton-Gillingham pedagogy\n\n A review of the R+ teacher tests \n\n Learning the articulation of the 44 speech sounds & 90 grapheme representations \n\n Learning the language of the Science of Reading, phonemes, graphemes, fluency training, blending, segmentation, syllables.\n\n Review of the lesson plans \n\n\n\n\n\nDay 2:\n\n\n\n\n\n Review the articulation of the sounds and how to conduct a visual-auditory drill\n\n A study of the elements of the R+ lesson plan \n\n Role playing the lesson plans together all day to develop comfort and mastery\n\n \n\n\n\n\n\nAudience: K-5 Educators, K-5 Special Education Educators, any interested educators who have never taken this workshop.\n\n\n\nCost: $200 per participant for CESA 8 – 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Member School Districts for the two-day training + $2100 for the Remediation System $350 for all others + $2100 for Remediation+ System All participants must have their own kit. You will have the option in myQuickReg to order a kit through CESA 8 with the discounted price of $2100 which is a savings of $900 (plus shipping). We will bill your district for it along with your registration fees. \n\n\n\n\n\nCancellations (within 72 hours of workshop) and any no-shows of this workshop will be billed full price. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170920T140000Z DTEND:20170920T203000Z SUMMARY:Trauma Sensitive Schools - Team Training LOCATION:Niagara School District - TBD UID:2017092017824 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Trauma Sensitive Schools - Team Training
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\n\nPamela Black, Trauma Sensitive Education, LLC

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Cost: $75 per participant per day for CESA 8 - SNPD Member Districts. $150 per participant per day for all others.

DESCRIPTION:Trauma Sensitive Schools - Team Training\n\nDAY 1 - Friday, August 18, 2017\n\nDAY 2 - Wednesday, September 20, 2017\n\nPamela Black, Trauma Sensitive Education, LLC\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nMore information coming soon. . . . \n\n\n\nCost: $75 per participant per day for CESA 8 - SNPD Member Districts. $150 per participant per day for all others. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170921T140000Z DTEND:20170921T200000Z SUMMARY:Remediation Plus LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017092117647 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

The Remediation Plus System is a vital standardized solution that assists teachers to teach research based reading and spelling on a clinically developed comprehensive curriculum (multisensory explicit systematic synthetic phonics). The R+ System teaches the 44 speech sounds in a systematic curriculum. Every lesson has direct instruction in hearing the phoneme, developing the phoneme grapheme correspondence and segmenting the phonemes from speech. This system includes 85 sequential lesson plans - everything a teacher needs to become a powerful remediator–interventionist and a profoundly knowledgeable reading teacher.

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Part One: Remediation Plus Intervention System Training

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Sept. 20-21, 2017 -- 9:00 AM -3:00 PM

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Day 1:

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Audience: K-5 Educators, K-5 Special Education Educators, any interested educators who have never taken this workshop.

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Cost: $200 per participant for CESA 8 – 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Member School Districts for the two-day training + $2100 for the Remediation System $350 for all others + $2100 for Remediation+ System All participants must have their own kit. You will have the option in myQuickReg to order a kit through CESA 8 with the discounted price of $2100 which is a savings of $900 (plus shipping). We will bill your district for it along with your registration fees.

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\n\nCancellations (within 72 hours of workshop) and any no-shows of this workshop will be billed full price.

DESCRIPTION:The Remediation Plus System is a vital standardized solution that assists teachers to teach research based reading and spelling on a clinically developed comprehensive curriculum (multisensory explicit systematic synthetic phonics). The R+ System teaches the 44 speech sounds in a systematic curriculum. Every lesson has direct instruction in hearing the phoneme, developing the phoneme grapheme correspondence and segmenting the phonemes from speech. This system includes 85 sequential lesson plans - everything a teacher needs to become a powerful remediator–interventionist and a profoundly knowledgeable reading teacher.\n\n\n\nPart One: Remediation Plus Intervention System Training\n\n\n\nSept. 20-21, 2017 -- 9:00 AM -3:00 PM\n\n\n\nDay 1: \n\n\n\n\n\n A review of the reading research from the NICHD findings from 1995 and the five big ideas from NRP and Orton-Gillingham pedagogy\n\n A review of the R+ teacher tests \n\n Learning the articulation of the 44 speech sounds & 90 grapheme representations \n\n Learning the language of the Science of Reading, phonemes, graphemes, fluency training, blending, segmentation, syllables.\n\n Review of the lesson plans \n\n\n\n\n\nDay 2:\n\n\n\n\n\n Review the articulation of the sounds and how to conduct a visual-auditory drill\n\n A study of the elements of the R+ lesson plan \n\n Role playing the lesson plans together all day to develop comfort and mastery\n\n \n\n\n\n\n\nAudience: K-5 Educators, K-5 Special Education Educators, any interested educators who have never taken this workshop.\n\n\n\nCost: $200 per participant for CESA 8 – 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Member School Districts for the two-day training + $2100 for the Remediation System $350 for all others + $2100 for Remediation+ System All participants must have their own kit. You will have the option in myQuickReg to order a kit through CESA 8 with the discounted price of $2100 which is a savings of $900 (plus shipping). We will bill your district for it along with your registration fees. \n\n\n\n\n\nCancellations (within 72 hours of workshop) and any no-shows of this workshop will be billed full price. END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170922T140000Z DTEND:20170922T193000Z SUMMARY:ID Networking Meeting LOCATION:Wausaukee School District - Wausaukee School District UID:2017092218243 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

More info coming soon . . . .

DESCRIPTION:More info coming soon . . . . END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170926T140000Z DTEND:20170926T193000Z SUMMARY:Fall Title I Meeting LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017092618261 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Fall Title I Meeting. Title I Coordinators will be provided with updates regarding Title I-A law, model programming, the ESEA application, reporting requirements, and monitoring. Topics addressed in the first meeting will include consultation with private schools, needs assessment, parent involvement, and coordination with other programs including the RtI Technical Assistance Center.

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$25 per person for CESA 8 School Districts

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DESCRIPTION:Fall Title I Meeting. Title I Coordinators will be provided with updates regarding Title I-A law, model programming, the ESEA application, reporting requirements, and monitoring. Topics addressed in the first meeting will include consultation with private schools, needs assessment, parent involvement, and coordination with other programs including the RtI Technical Assistance Center.\n\n\n\n$25 per person for CESA 8 School Districts\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170927T140000Z DTEND:20170927T200000Z SUMMARY:Sonday System Refresher Training LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017092718015 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Sonday System Refresher Training

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An introduction to Multisensory Teaching Methodology and a detailed look at the implementation of Sonday System I Reading Intervention Program. The session offers hands-on use of the materials, and practical strategies to use with struggling students. The training centers on implementation of the Six-Step Sonday System Lesson Plan structure, the Essential Components of Reading and Orton Gillingham-based Multisensory Teaching practices common across Sonday System 1 and Sonday System 2

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COST: $150 per person per day for CESA 8 2017-18 SNPD member districts
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DESCRIPTION:Sonday System Refresher Training\n\n\n\nAn introduction to Multisensory Teaching Methodology and a detailed look at the implementation of Sonday System I Reading Intervention Program. The session offers hands-on use of the materials, and practical strategies to use with struggling students. The training centers on implementation of the Six-Step Sonday System Lesson Plan structure, the Essential Components of Reading and Orton Gillingham-based Multisensory Teaching practices common across Sonday System 1 and Sonday System 2\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nCOST: $150 per person per day for CESA 8 2017-18 SNPD member districts\n\n $250 per person per day for all other districts\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170928T140000Z DTEND:20170928T200000Z SUMMARY:R+ Early Language Curriculum Training LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017092817648 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

The Remediation Plus Early Language Teacher curriculum supports teachers with emergent literacy instruction. If you teach kindergarten or grade 1, buy the curriculum and learn how to teach the students the 26 letters, their sounds, how the sounds are shaped for the writing process and teach the students how to blend the sounds to learn how to read and segment them to learn how to spell. This curriculum is intended to supplement your existing literacy curriculum. The curriculum is also used for intervention students whose skills are too low for the Remediation Plus System of intervention. Interventionists take students through all or parts of this curriculum to prepare students for the core intervention program (the 2-day training above). Several CESA 8 early literacy teachers are already successfully using this program with K-1 students at the universal, selective and intensive levels.

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Audience: K-1 Educators, Special Education Teachers/Interventionists, Reading Specialists, any interested educators

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Cost: $75 per participant for CESA 8 - CIA or Literacy Member School Districts for the one-day training + $350 for Early Language Curriculum Kit; $150 for all others + $350 for Kit. You will have the option in myquickreg to order a kit through CESA 8 with the discounted price of $350. We will bill your district for it along with your registration fees.

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Every teacher will need their own kit for their classroom. (Note: These materials are included in the Remediation Plus System, so if you have already purchased that kit, then you have the materials you need for this training and would NOT need to purchase another kit. If another teacher in your building has a Remediation+ System they will need this Early Language section for their classroom as well so sharing between classrooms is not an option.)

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DESCRIPTION:The Remediation Plus Early Language Teacher curriculum supports teachers with emergent literacy instruction. If you teach kindergarten or grade 1, buy the curriculum and learn how to teach the students the 26 letters, their sounds, how the sounds are shaped for the writing process and teach the students how to blend the sounds to learn how to read and segment them to learn how to spell. This curriculum is intended to supplement your existing literacy curriculum. The curriculum is also used for intervention students whose skills are too low for the Remediation Plus System of intervention. Interventionists take students through all or parts of this curriculum to prepare students for the core intervention program (the 2-day training above). Several CESA 8 early literacy teachers are already successfully using this program with K-1 students at the universal, selective and intensive levels.\n\n\n\nAudience: K-1 Educators, Special Education Teachers/Interventionists, Reading Specialists, any interested educators\n\n\n\nCost: $75 per participant for CESA 8 - CIA or Literacy Member School Districts for the one-day training + $350 for Early Language Curriculum Kit; $150 for all others + $350 for Kit. You will have the option in myquickreg to order a kit through CESA 8 with the discounted price of $350. We will bill your district for it along with your registration fees.\n\n\n\nEvery teacher will need their own kit for their classroom. (Note: These materials are included in the Remediation Plus System, so if you have already purchased that kit, then you have the materials you need for this training and would NOT need to purchase another kit. If another teacher in your building has a Remediation+ System they will need this Early Language section for their classroom as well so sharing between classrooms is not an option.)\n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20170928T140000Z DTEND:20170928T203000Z SUMMARY:Handwriting Without Tears K-5 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017092817808 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Handwriting Without Tears Objectives:

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Registration Fee: $150 per person for SNPD member districts; $300 per person for all other districts
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Free Materials:

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Copyright © 2017 Handwriting Without Tears

DESCRIPTION:Handwriting Without Tears Objectives:\n\n\n\n\n\n Identify the importance of incorporating the handwriting process, the stages of learning, and active teaching into a handwriting lesson\n\n Model essential foundation skills prior to paper and pencil, including readiness, directionality, positional concepts, and correct pencil grip\n\n Discuss how effective handwriting lessons include developmental and multisensory teaching strategies\n\n Distinguish between our two handwriting assessments, the Screener of Handwriting Proficiency and The Print Tool, to evaluate student's handwriting abilities\n\n Describe common handwriting problems and apply simple, effective remediation techniques\n\n Review the importance of teaching handwriting using current research, the Common Core State Standards, and other standards\n\n\n\n\n\nRegistration Fee: $150 per person for SNPD member districts; $300 per person for all other districts \n\n *Your registration includes $175 in total free materials\n\n\n\nFree Materials:\n\n\n\n\n\n Letters and Numbers For Me\n\n My Printing Book\n\n Printing Power Plus workbook set\n\n Cursive Handwriting\n\n Cursive Success\n\n Can-Do Cursive\n\n Kindergarten Teacher's Guide\n\n 1st Grade Printing Teacher's Guide\n\n 2nd Grade Printing Teacher's Guide\n\n 3rd Grade Cursive Teacher's Guide\n\n 4th Grade Cursive Teacher's Guide\n\n Blackboard with Double Lines\n\n Access to Handwriting Without Tears music resources\n\n Wood Pieces Set for Capital Letters\n\n Mat for Wood Pieces\n\n Slate Chalkboard\n\n Canvas Bag\n\n\n\n\n\nCopyright © 2017 Handwriting Without Tears END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171017T140000Z DTEND:20171017T193000Z SUMMARY:Title I K-8 Math Network Meetings LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017101718257 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Book Study: Productive Math Discussions
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\n\nEnsuring that students have the opportunity to reason mathematically is one of the most difficult challenges that teachers face. A key component is creating a classroom in which discourse is encouraged and leads to better understanding. Productive discourse is not an accident, nor can it be accomplished by a teacher working on the fly, hoping for a serendipitous student exchange that contains meaningful mathematical ideas. While acknowledging that this type of teaching is demanding, Smith and Stein present five practices that any teacher can use to implement coherent mathematical conversations. By using the five practices, teachers will learn to teach effectively in this way.

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$50 per person for CESA 8 School Districts

DESCRIPTION:Book Study: Productive Math Discussions \n\n \n\nEnsuring that students have the opportunity to reason mathematically is one of the most difficult challenges that teachers face. A key component is creating a classroom in which discourse is encouraged and leads to better understanding. Productive discourse is not an accident, nor can it be accomplished by a teacher working on the fly, hoping for a serendipitous student exchange that contains meaningful mathematical ideas. While acknowledging that this type of teaching is demanding, Smith and Stein present five practices that any teacher can use to implement coherent mathematical conversations. By using the five practices, teachers will learn to teach effectively in this way.\n\n\n\n$50 per person for CESA 8 School Districts END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171019T140000Z DTEND:20171019T190000Z SUMMARY:Assessment in the R+ System LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017101917649 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Part Three: Assessment in the R+ System
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Now that you’ve administered building wide assessments and collected data, how do you determine who needs Remediation Plus? Where do you place students in the program? Participants will receive support for interpreting local data to determine program placement and instructional groups, practice using and interpreting the R+ diagnostic assessments to inform instruction within the program, and discuss progress monitoring and fidelity checks. Participants may bring their local data and results of students’ diagnostic assessments.

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Audience: Anyone trained in either system who would like to be trained on local data program diagnostics
\n\nCost: S75 for CESA 8 – 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Member School Districts; $150 for all others
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DESCRIPTION:Part Three: Assessment in the R+ System \n\nOct. 19, 2017 -- 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM\n\n\n\nNow that you’ve administered building wide assessments and collected data, how do you determine who needs Remediation Plus? Where do you place students in the program? Participants will receive support for interpreting local data to determine program placement and instructional groups, practice using and interpreting the R+ diagnostic assessments to inform instruction within the program, and discuss progress monitoring and fidelity checks. Participants may bring their local data and results of students’ diagnostic assessments.\n\n\n\nAudience: Anyone trained in either system who would like to be trained on local data program diagnostics\n\nCost: S75 for CESA 8 – 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Member School Districts; $150 for all others\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171020T140000Z DTEND:20171020T200000Z SUMMARY:Lean Leadership for District Leaders - Day 1 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017102018189 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Day 1: Lean Principles and Tools

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Lean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies.

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Administrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.

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Day 2: Building Skill with Lean and Six Sigma Tools - November 3

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Day 3: Managing a Lean System - December 1

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Cost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others

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DESCRIPTION:Day 1: Lean Principles and Tools\n\n\n\nLean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies. \n\n\n\nAdministrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.\n\n\n\nDay 2: Building Skill with Lean and Six Sigma Tools - November 3\n\n\n\nDay 3: Managing a Lean System - December 1\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nCost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171024T130000Z DTEND:20171024T203000Z SUMMARY:WOW Session 1 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017102418066 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

The 2017-18 WOW series will extend professional development around Student Engagement to the widest possible audience of educators across the state by 1) providing two speaker-based events for educator teams/teacher leaders, and 2) providing a menu of extension activities and materials, before and in between WOW events, to position WOW attendees as designated leaders to share their learning with other teachers within their schools.

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WOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed.

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WOW 1 October 24 or 25, 2017 with Kenneth Williams

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WOW 2 April 25 or 26, 2018 with Russ Quaglia

DESCRIPTION:The 2017-18 WOW series will extend professional development around Student Engagement to the widest possible audience of educators across the state by 1) providing two speaker-based events for educator teams/teacher leaders, and 2) providing a menu of extension activities and materials, before and in between WOW events, to position WOW attendees as designated leaders to share their learning with other teachers within their schools. \n\n\n\nWOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed.\n\n\n\nWOW 1 October 24 or 25, 2017 with Kenneth Williams\n\n\n\nWOW 2 April 25 or 26, 2018 with Russ Quaglia END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171025T130000Z DTEND:20171025T200000Z SUMMARY:WOW Session 1 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017102518067 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

The 2017-18 WOW series will extend professional development around Student Engagement to the widest possible audience of educators across the state by 1) providing two speaker-based events for educator teams/teacher leaders, and 2) providing a menu of extension activities and materials, before and in between WOW events, to position WOW attendees as designated leaders to share their learning with other teachers within their schools.

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WOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed.

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WOW 1 October 24 or 25, 2017 with Kenneth Williams

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WOW 2 April 25 or 26, 2018 with Russ Quaglia

DESCRIPTION:The 2017-18 WOW series will extend professional development around Student Engagement to the widest possible audience of educators across the state by 1) providing two speaker-based events for educator teams/teacher leaders, and 2) providing a menu of extension activities and materials, before and in between WOW events, to position WOW attendees as designated leaders to share their learning with other teachers within their schools. \n\n\n\nWOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed.\n\n\n\nWOW 1 October 24 or 25, 2017 with Kenneth Williams\n\n\n\nWOW 2 April 25 or 26, 2018 with Russ Quaglia END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171025T140000Z DTEND:20171025T202900Z SUMMARY:From Words to Works:Developing Writing Skills in Students Grades K-5 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017102518041 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

From Words to Works: Developing Writing Skills in Students Grades K-5 with William Van Cleave
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This hands-on workshop will explore useful strategies for developing students writing skills. The presentation will begin with a brief overview of the writing research with particular attention paid to the impact of handwriting and spelling on the writing process. Participants will then focus on parts of speech and sentence parts as they apply to the act of writing. They will learn about the components of a good lesson and strategies for developing sentence sense in student writers. The presenter will then introduce a structured, sequential approach to developing foundational paragraph skills in struggling writers.
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Early Bird Registration (must register by August 1, 2017 for discount)
\n\n$125 per person, per workshop, for any CESA 8 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 after 8/1/17.
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Please note that cancellations for this workshop must be made 7 days in advance to receive reimbursement. No shows will be charged.
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DESCRIPTION:From Words to Works: Developing Writing Skills in Students Grades K-5 with William Van Cleave\n\n 9 AM-3:30 PM\n\n\n\nThis hands-on workshop will explore useful strategies for developing students writing skills. The presentation will begin with a brief overview of the writing research with particular attention paid to the impact of handwriting and spelling on the writing process. Participants will then focus on parts of speech and sentence parts as they apply to the act of writing. They will learn about the components of a good lesson and strategies for developing sentence sense in student writers. The presenter will then introduce a structured, sequential approach to developing foundational paragraph skills in struggling writers.\n\n\n\nParticipants will practice with idea generation, organization, and the components of basic and expanded paragraphs. As time permits, participants will examine effective structures for writing in three key genres: narrative, informative, and opinion. In this Common Core aligned workshop, participants will practice with all introduced techniques, many of which they can then apply to the very next day in their classrooms!\n\n\n\nEarly Bird Registration (must register by August 1, 2017 for discount)\n\n$125 per person, per workshop, for any CESA 8 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 after 8/1/17.\n\n$250 per person, per workshop, for non-member school districts; $300 if registered after 8/1/17\n\n\n\nPlease note that cancellations for this workshop must be made 7 days in advance to receive reimbursement. No shows will be charged.\n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171026T140000Z DTEND:20171026T202900Z SUMMARY:From Words to Works:Developing Writing Skills in Students Grades 6-12 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017102618303 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Jan. 26, 2017 - From Words to Works: Developing Writing Skills in Students Grades 6-12 with William Van Cleave
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\n\nThe presenter will then introduce a structured, sequential approach to developing foundational paragraph skills in struggling writers. Participants will practice with idea generation, organization, and the components of paragraphs. Participants will briefly examine effective structures for longer essays with particular attention paid to three key genres: narrative, informative, and argument. In this Common Core aligned workshop, participants will practice with all introduced techniques, many of which they can then apply to the very next day in their classrooms!

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Early Bird Registration (must register by November 1, 2016 for discount)
\n\n$125 per person, per workshop, for any CESA 8 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 after 11/1/16.
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Please note that cancellations for this workshop must be made 7 days in advance to receive reimbursement. No shows will be charged.

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DESCRIPTION:Jan. 26, 2017 - From Words to Works: Developing Writing Skills in Students Grades 6-12 with William Van Cleave\n\n 9 AM-3:30 PM\n\n\n\n\n\nThis hands-on workshop will explore useful strategies for developing students writing skills. The presentation will begin with a brief overview of the writing research. Participants will then focus on sentence parts as they apply to the act of writing. They will learn about the components of a good lesson, work with strategies for developing sentence sense in student writers, and discuss techniques for incorporating sentence writing activities into existing curricula. \n\n\n\nThe presenter will then introduce a structured, sequential approach to developing foundational paragraph skills in struggling writers. Participants will practice with idea generation, organization, and the components of paragraphs. Participants will briefly examine effective structures for longer essays with particular attention paid to three key genres: narrative, informative, and argument. In this Common Core aligned workshop, participants will practice with all introduced techniques, many of which they can then apply to the very next day in their classrooms!\n\n\n\nEarly Bird Registration (must register by November 1, 2016 for discount)\n\n$125 per person, per workshop, for any CESA 8 CIA or Literacy Center Member School District. $150 after 11/1/16.\n\n$250 per person, per workshop, for non-member school districts; $300 if registered after 11/1/16\n\n\n\nPlease note that cancellations for this workshop must be made 7 days in advance to receive reimbursement. No shows will be charged.\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171103T140000Z DTEND:20171103T200000Z SUMMARY:Lean Leadership for District Leaders-Day 2 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2017110318190 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Day 2: Building Skill with Lean and Six Sigma Tools

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Lean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies.

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Administrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.

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Cost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others

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Day 3: Managing a Lean System - December 1

DESCRIPTION:Day 2: Building Skill with Lean and Six Sigma Tools\n\n\n\nLean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies. \n\n\n\nAdministrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.\n\n\n\nCost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others\n\n\n\nDay 3: Managing a Lean System - December 1 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171113T150000Z DTEND:20171113T210000Z SUMMARY:Classroom PDSA LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017111317899 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n
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Classroom PDSA

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Teachers will be introduced to the tools and practices of Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) to support continuous improvement in their classrooms.

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PDSA cycles can be used by teachers and individual students to determine areas that need to be improved to guide the development of an improvement plan (Plan), implement the improvement plan (Do), analyze whether the improvement strategy is making a difference (Study), and to use the data to make decisions (Act).
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DESCRIPTION:\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n Classroom PDSA\n\n\n\n Teachers will be introduced to the tools and practices of Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) to support continuous improvement in their classrooms.\n\n\n\n PDSA cycles can be used by teachers and individual students to determine areas that need to be improved to guide the development of an improvement plan (Plan), implement the improvement plan (Do), analyze whether the improvement strategy is making a difference (Study), and to use the data to make decisions (Act). \n\n \n\n Cost: $75 per person for 2017-18CESA 8-CIA Member School Districts, $150 for all others\n\n \n\n \n\n \n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171114T150000Z DTEND:20171114T210000Z SUMMARY:A Culture of Continuous Improvement: Lean Leadership for All in Education LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017111417901 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Lean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core values of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies.

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Participants will understand the language and actions of Lean Leadership to employ the framework in daily work to engage in district improvement culture.

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Cost: $75 for 2017-18 CESA 8 CIA member school district, $150 for all others

DESCRIPTION:Lean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core values of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies. \n\n\n\nParticipants will understand the language and actions of Lean Leadership to employ the framework in daily work to engage in district improvement culture. \n\n\n\nCost: $75 for 2017-18 CESA 8 CIA member school district, $150 for all others END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171201T150000Z DTEND:20171201T210000Z SUMMARY:Lean Leadership for District Leaders LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017120118191 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Day 3: Managing a Lean System

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Lean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies.

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Administrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.

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Cost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others

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DESCRIPTION:Day 3: Managing a Lean System\n\n\n\nLean Leadership is a continuous improvement framework that promotes a constant state of re-evaluation through seeking ways to improve rather than to react to problems with quick fixes. A core value of Lean includes empowering employees to identify and implement improvement strategies. \n\n\n\nAdministrators will learn the principles and tools of Lean Leadership applied to the educational setting to develop, lead, and monitor a culture of continuous improvement.\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\nCost: $75 per person, per date for CESA 8 - CIA Member School District, $150 per person, per date for all others\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171205T150000Z DTEND:20171205T203000Z SUMMARY:Title I K-8 Math Network Meetings LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017120518258 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Book Study: Productive Math Discussions
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\n\nEnsuring that students have the opportunity to reason mathematically is one of the most difficult challenges that teachers face. A key component is creating a classroom in which discourse is encouraged and leads to better understanding. Productive discourse is not an accident, nor can it be accomplished by a teacher working on the fly, hoping for a serendipitous student exchange that contains meaningful mathematical ideas. While acknowledging that this type of teaching is demanding, Smith and Stein present five practices that any teacher can use to implement coherent mathematical conversations. By using the five practices, teachers will learn to teach effectively in this way.

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$50 per person for CESA 8 School Districts

DESCRIPTION:Book Study: Productive Math Discussions \n\n \n\nEnsuring that students have the opportunity to reason mathematically is one of the most difficult challenges that teachers face. A key component is creating a classroom in which discourse is encouraged and leads to better understanding. Productive discourse is not an accident, nor can it be accomplished by a teacher working on the fly, hoping for a serendipitous student exchange that contains meaningful mathematical ideas. While acknowledging that this type of teaching is demanding, Smith and Stein present five practices that any teacher can use to implement coherent mathematical conversations. By using the five practices, teachers will learn to teach effectively in this way.\n\n\n\n$50 per person for CESA 8 School Districts END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20171207T150000Z DTEND:20171207T200000Z SUMMARY:Remediation+ Regional Support Networking Session LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2017120717650 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Part Four: Regional Support Networking Session
\n\nDec. 7, 2017 -- 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM

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Meet with veteran and novice teachers, interventionists and paraprofessionals who are implementing the Remediation Plus Intervention System or the Early Language Curriculum to share resources, ideas and questions regarding implementation. Teachers across the region have created valuable auxiliary resources to assist with successful implementation.

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Participants are encouraged to bring materials and resources that they have developed to share with other participants.

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Audience: Anyone using/implanting the EC or Remediation+ System that would like to share ideas
\n\nCost: S75 for CESA 8 – 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Member School Districts; $150 for all others

DESCRIPTION:Part Four: Regional Support Networking Session\n\nDec. 7, 2017 -- 9:00 AM - 2:00 PM\n\n\n\nMeet with veteran and novice teachers, interventionists and paraprofessionals who are implementing the Remediation Plus Intervention System or the Early Language Curriculum to share resources, ideas and questions regarding implementation. Teachers across the region have created valuable auxiliary resources to assist with successful implementation.\n\n\n\nParticipants are encouraged to bring materials and resources that they have developed to share with other participants.\n\n\n\nAudience: Anyone using/implanting the EC or Remediation+ System that would like to share ideas\n\nCost: S75 for CESA 8 – 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Member School Districts; $150 for all others END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180116T150000Z DTEND:20180116T203000Z SUMMARY:Winter Title I Meeting LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018011618262 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Winter Title I Meeting. Further in-depth study of specific Title I requirements. This meeting will address targeted assistance and schoolwide program designs, evaluation/local annual review, comparability, and fiscal responsibilities. Other topics will be determined by the needs of the coordinators attending the September orientation.
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$25 per person for CESA 8 School Districts

DESCRIPTION:Winter Title I Meeting. Further in-depth study of specific Title I requirements. This meeting will address targeted assistance and schoolwide program designs, evaluation/local annual review, comparability, and fiscal responsibilities. Other topics will be determined by the needs of the coordinators attending the September orientation.\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n$25 per person for CESA 8 School Districts END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180118T150000Z DTEND:20180118T200000Z SUMMARY:Remediation+ Regional Support Networking Session LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018011817651 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Part Five: Skills for Teaching in the Advanced Lessons
\n\nJan. 18, 2018 -- 9:00 AM-2:00PM

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Meet with veteran and novice teachers, interventionists and paraprofessionals who are implementing the Remediation Plus Intervention System or the Early Language Curriculum to share resources, ideas and questions regarding implementation. Teachers across the region have created valuable auxiliary resources to assist with successful implementation.

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Participants are encouraged to bring materials and resources that they have developed to share with other participants.

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Audience: Anyone using/implanting the EC or Remediation+ System that would like to share ideas
\n\nCost: S75 for CESA 8 – 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Member School Districts; $150 for all others

DESCRIPTION:Part Five: Skills for Teaching in the Advanced Lessons\n\nJan. 18, 2018 -- 9:00 AM-2:00PM\n\n\n\nMeet with veteran and novice teachers, interventionists and paraprofessionals who are implementing the Remediation Plus Intervention System or the Early Language Curriculum to share resources, ideas and questions regarding implementation. Teachers across the region have created valuable auxiliary resources to assist with successful implementation.\n\n\n\nParticipants are encouraged to bring materials and resources that they have developed to share with other participants.\n\n\n\nAudience: Anyone using/implanting the EC or Remediation+ System that would like to share ideas\n\nCost: S75 for CESA 8 – 2017-18 CIA or Literacy Member School Districts; $150 for all others END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180125T150000Z DTEND:20180125T210000Z SUMMARY:Student PDSA LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2018012517900 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Student PDSA

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Teachers will investigate how Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) cycles can drive engagement as students are guided to direct their own learning goals and improvements through reflecting on and improving their learning process.

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PDSA cycles can be used by teachers and individual students to guide the development of an independent learning plan (Plan), implement the plan (Do), analyze whether the planned learning is taking place (Study), and to use the data to make the next instructional goal (Act).

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Cost: $75 per person for 2017-17 CESA 8-CIA Member School Districts, $150 for all others

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DESCRIPTION:Student PDSA\n\n\n\nTeachers will investigate how Plan, Do, Study, Act (PDSA) cycles can drive engagement as students are guided to direct their own learning goals and improvements through reflecting on and improving their learning process.\n\n\n\nPDSA cycles can be used by teachers and individual students to guide the development of an independent learning plan (Plan), implement the plan (Do), analyze whether the planned learning is taking place (Study), and to use the data to make the next instructional goal (Act). \n\n\n\nCost: $75 per person for 2017-17 CESA 8-CIA Member School Districts, $150 for all others\n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180130T150000Z DTEND:20180130T210000Z SUMMARY:Engaging All Learners LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018013017624 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This event will focus on engaging American Indian students, families, communities, and tribal nations in our Wisconsin schools.

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For more information: https://www.smore.com/5uga0

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Cost: $75 per participant or $150 for a team of 3 for SNPD Member Districts
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DESCRIPTION:This event will focus on engaging American Indian students, families, communities, and tribal nations in our Wisconsin schools.\n\n\n\nFor more information: https://www.smore.com/5uga0\n\n\n\nCost: $75 per participant or $150 for a team of 3 for SNPD Member Districts\n\n $150 per participant or $300 for a team of 3 for Non-SNPD Member Districts END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180212T183000Z DTEND:20180212T210000Z SUMMARY:ACT Proctor Training LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018021217892 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

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$25 for CESA 8-CIA member school districts. $50 non-member of the

DESCRIPTION:\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n$25 for CESA 8-CIA member school districts. $50 non-member of the END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180213T150000Z DTEND:20180213T210000Z SUMMARY:Process Data for Systems Improvement LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018021317902 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Educational systems are best improved by understanding where there are problems AT the problem. We’ll study process mapping and develop process measures. We’ll learn how to use Google Forms to develop data collection instruments and also learn how to analyze the information gathered.

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Audience: Anyone who has taken Lean Leadership for District Leaders or A Culture of Continuous Improvement

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Cost: $75 for CESA 8 - CIA member school district, $150 for all others

DESCRIPTION:Educational systems are best improved by understanding where there are problems AT the problem. We’ll study process mapping and develop process measures. We’ll learn how to use Google Forms to develop data collection instruments and also learn how to analyze the information gathered.\n\n\n\nAudience: Anyone who has taken Lean Leadership for District Leaders or A Culture of Continuous Improvement\n\n\n\nCost: $75 for CESA 8 - CIA member school district, $150 for all others END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180220T150000Z DTEND:20180220T213000Z SUMMARY:CO-TEACHING - IT'S JUST THE BEGINNING LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018022017775 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

CO-TEACHING - "IT'S JUST THE BEGINNING"
\n\nThis training is intended for schools and districts looking to build and sustain a Co-Teaching framework built around strategies designed to reach and engage all students, including students with special needs. The focus of this training will be on creative, practical solutions for helping all students achieve high levels of learning based on, Anne Beninghof’s, book titled “Co-Teaching That Works.” Participants attending will find this training engaging, inspirational, and filled with research-based strategies that can be used immediately.

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DAY 1: August 17, 2017
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TRAINERS:
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COST: $250 per team of 2 for CESA 8 SNPD member school districts. $500 per team of 2 for all other districts.

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2017-18 SNPD Member Districts: B-D-Pembine-?, Bonduel, Bowler-?, Clintonville, Coleman, Crandon, Crivitz, Florence, Gillett-?, Gresham, Laona, Lena, Marinette, Marion, Menominee Indian, Niagara, Oconto Falls, Peshtigo, Suring, Tigerton-?,Wabeno, Wausaukee, White Lake, Wittenberg-Birnamwood

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DESCRIPTION:CO-TEACHING - "IT'S JUST THE BEGINNING"\n\nThis training is intended for schools and districts looking to build and sustain a Co-Teaching framework built around strategies designed to reach and engage all students, including students with special needs. The focus of this training will be on creative, practical solutions for helping all students achieve high levels of learning based on, Anne Beninghof’s, book titled “Co-Teaching That Works.” Participants attending will find this training engaging, inspirational, and filled with research-based strategies that can be used immediately.\n\n\n\nDAY 1: August 17, 2017\n\nDAY 2: February 20, 2018\n\n\n\nTRAINERS:\n\nDeb Wall, CESA 8 RSN & Special Education Director\n\nStephanie Feldner, CESA 8 Director of Professional Development\n\n\n\nCOST: $250 per team of 2 for CESA 8 SNPD member school districts. $500 per team of 2 for all other districts. \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n2017-18 SNPD Member Districts: B-D-Pembine-?, Bonduel, Bowler-?, Clintonville, Coleman, Crandon, Crivitz, Florence, Gillett-?, Gresham, Laona, Lena, Marinette, Marion, Menominee Indian, Niagara, Oconto Falls, Peshtigo, Suring, Tigerton-?,Wabeno, Wausaukee, White Lake, Wittenberg-Birnamwood\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n\n\n \n\n\n\n END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180227T150000Z DTEND:20180227T203000Z SUMMARY:Title I K-8 Math Network Meetings LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018022718259 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Book Study: Productive Math Discussions
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\n\nEnsuring that students have the opportunity to reason mathematically is one of the most difficult challenges that teachers face. A key component is creating a classroom in which discourse is encouraged and leads to better understanding. Productive discourse is not an accident, nor can it be accomplished by a teacher working on the fly, hoping for a serendipitous student exchange that contains meaningful mathematical ideas. While acknowledging that this type of teaching is demanding, Smith and Stein present five practices that any teacher can use to implement coherent mathematical conversations. By using the five practices, teachers will learn to teach effectively in this way.

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$50 per person for CESA 8 School Districts

DESCRIPTION:Book Study: Productive Math Discussions \n\n \n\nEnsuring that students have the opportunity to reason mathematically is one of the most difficult challenges that teachers face. A key component is creating a classroom in which discourse is encouraged and leads to better understanding. Productive discourse is not an accident, nor can it be accomplished by a teacher working on the fly, hoping for a serendipitous student exchange that contains meaningful mathematical ideas. While acknowledging that this type of teaching is demanding, Smith and Stein present five practices that any teacher can use to implement coherent mathematical conversations. By using the five practices, teachers will learn to teach effectively in this way.\n\n\n\n$50 per person for CESA 8 School Districts END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180305T183000Z DTEND:20180305T210000Z SUMMARY:WI Forward Proctor Training LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018030517891 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This workshop has been designed for administrators and teachers who will be training proctors for the Forward Exam or actually proctoring the Forward Exam,

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Wisconsin’s new state assessment for English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics for grades 3 through 8, Science in grades 4 and 8 and Social Studies in grades 4, 8 and 10.

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Participants will explore the following:

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Cost:$25 per participant for CESA 8 CIA member school districts, $50 for all others

DESCRIPTION:This workshop has been designed for administrators and teachers who will be training proctors for the Forward Exam or actually proctoring the Forward Exam,\n\n\n\nWisconsin’s new state assessment for English Language Arts (ELA) and Mathematics for grades 3 through 8, Science in grades 4 and 8 and Social Studies in grades 4, 8 and 10.\n\n\n\nParticipants will explore the following:\n\n\n\n\n\n Practice Test\n\n Student Tutorial\n\n Proctor information and training\n\n Test Administration Manual\n\n\n\n\n\nCost:$25 per participant for CESA 8 CIA member school districts, $50 for all others END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180308T150000Z DTEND:20180308T210000Z SUMMARY:American Indian Studies: Implementing Wisconsin Act 31 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018030818138 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

This day long workshop will provide in-depth presentation and discussion on American Indian Studies in Wisconsin (often referenced as Wisconsin Act 31). The focus of the training is to help educators understand and implement Wisconsin Act 31, which is a state law requiring all public school districts and pre-service teacher programs to provide instruction in the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of the eleven federally-recognized American Indian nations in the state of Wisconsin. The workshop is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and information they need to integrate the requirements of American Indian Studies into lesson plans, material selections, pedagogical practices, and district curriculum. Information about the Wisconsin Indian nations’ histories, treaty rights, sovereignty, and cultures will be presented throughout the training workshop.

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The goals of the training are to share best practices, information, model programs, and resources with administrators and teachers so that they are knowledgeable about American Indian Studies in Wisconsin and are able to meet the requirements of Wisconsin Act 31.

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Please note this training workshop will meet the licensure stipulation if the training workshop is completed along with completing two follow-up assignments.

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Cost: $20 per participant for CESA 8 school districts. $50 for all others

DESCRIPTION:This day long workshop will provide in-depth presentation and discussion on American Indian Studies in Wisconsin (often referenced as Wisconsin Act 31). The focus of the training is to help educators understand and implement Wisconsin Act 31, which is a state law requiring all public school districts and pre-service teacher programs to provide instruction in the history, culture, and tribal sovereignty of the eleven federally-recognized American Indian nations in the state of Wisconsin. The workshop is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and information they need to integrate the requirements of American Indian Studies into lesson plans, material selections, pedagogical practices, and district curriculum. Information about the Wisconsin Indian nations’ histories, treaty rights, sovereignty, and cultures will be presented throughout the training workshop.\n\n\n\nThe goals of the training are to share best practices, information, model programs, and resources with administrators and teachers so that they are knowledgeable about American Indian Studies in Wisconsin and are able to meet the requirements of Wisconsin Act 31. \n\n\n\nPlease note this training workshop will meet the licensure stipulation if the training workshop is completed along with completing two follow-up assignments.\n\n\n\nCost: $20 per participant for CESA 8 school districts. $50 for all others END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180411T140000Z DTEND:20180411T193000Z SUMMARY:Spring Title I Meeting LOCATION:CESA 8 - Maple Room UID:2018041118263 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

Spring Title I Meeting. This event will provide the most current updates and support in ESEA planning and Title I reporting. CESA 8 staff will share the results of the Needs Assessment and will identify Title I professional development needs of school staff across the CESA 8 region.
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DESCRIPTION:Spring Title I Meeting. This event will provide the most current updates and support in ESEA planning and Title I reporting. CESA 8 staff will share the results of the Needs Assessment and will identify Title I professional development needs of school staff across the CESA 8 region.\n\n\n\n$25 per person for CESA 8 School Districts END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180425T130000Z DTEND:20180425T200000Z SUMMARY:WOW Session 2 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018042518068 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

The 2017-18 WOW series will extend professional development around Student Engagement to the widest possible audience of educators across the state by 1) providing two speaker-based events for educator teams/teacher leaders, and 2) providing a menu of extension activities and materials, before and in between WOW events, to position WOW attendees as designated leaders to share their learning with other teachers within their schools.

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WOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed.

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WOW 1 October 24 or 25, 2017 with Kenneth Williams

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WOW 2 April 25 or 26, 2018 with Russ Quaglia

DESCRIPTION:The 2017-18 WOW series will extend professional development around Student Engagement to the widest possible audience of educators across the state by 1) providing two speaker-based events for educator teams/teacher leaders, and 2) providing a menu of extension activities and materials, before and in between WOW events, to position WOW attendees as designated leaders to share their learning with other teachers within their schools. \n\n\n\nWOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed.\n\n\n\nWOW 1 October 24 or 25, 2017 with Kenneth Williams\n\n\n\nWOW 2 April 25 or 26, 2018 with Russ Quaglia END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180426T130000Z DTEND:20180426T200000Z SUMMARY:WOW Session 2 LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018042618069 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

The 2017-18 WOW series will extend professional development around Student Engagement to the widest possible audience of educators across the state by 1) providing two speaker-based events for educator teams/teacher leaders, and 2) providing a menu of extension activities and materials, before and in between WOW events, to position WOW attendees as designated leaders to share their learning with other teachers within their schools.

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WOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed.

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WOW 1 October 24 or 25, 2017 with Kenneth Williams

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WOW 2 April 25 or 26, 2018 with Russ Quaglia

DESCRIPTION:The 2017-18 WOW series will extend professional development around Student Engagement to the widest possible audience of educators across the state by 1) providing two speaker-based events for educator teams/teacher leaders, and 2) providing a menu of extension activities and materials, before and in between WOW events, to position WOW attendees as designated leaders to share their learning with other teachers within their schools. \n\n\n\nWOW is funded by DPI and is being offered at no charge (registration, lunch, and materials) to participants. Please note that there are two possible dates for each event and each participant must register individually for each. In the event of scheduling conflicts, team member flexibility/substitution will be allowed.\n\n\n\nWOW 1 October 24 or 25, 2017 with Kenneth Williams\n\n\n\nWOW 2 April 25 or 26, 2018 with Russ Quaglia END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART:20180613T140000Z DTEND:20180613T193000Z SUMMARY:Connecting the Schoolwide and LEA Plans LOCATION:CESA 8 - Aspen UID:2018061318260 DESCRIPTION:Click Here for Event Details X-ALT-DESC;FMTTYPE=text/html:

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$25 per person from CESA 8 School Districts

DESCRIPTION:\n\n\n\n$25 per person from CESA 8 School Districts END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR