Subject: 🍁 Fall Workshops and PD from Hamilton County ESC

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As a woman in a leadership role, you are empowered. You thrive on magnifying the strengths and talents of others; in fact, it's one of your favorite strategies. Have you discovered your talents and leveraged them as strengths?
Session: Women in Leadership
Understanding yourself will make you a better leader. 

Meghan Lawson and Amy Spicher invite you to join this year's Women in Leadership series and unleash your talent!

• Gain insight and strategies from women in similar leadership roles.
• Engage with dynamic speakers who are successful leaders.
• Celebrate collective brilliance.


Women in Leadership: Unleash Your Talent
October 16th, February 5th, and May 1st
October
If you’ve experienced using clues coupled with the power of your friends’ brains to break-out or escape a room, then you know the fun you can have while being challenged intellectually. If you have considered taking this concept into the classroom, this interactive session is perfect for YOU! Participants will play, explore, and learn how utilizing a breakout and other strategies can create a differentiated learning experience engaging for all students.

The Ohio Principal Evaluation System workshop is a specifically-designed professional learning opportunity for teams of superintendents and their principals which will include reviewing the OPES model, formative and summative assessment, rubrics, goal setting, and the coaching progress. Twelve (12) Ohio Department of Education (ODE) contact hours for attending. Attendance for both days of the training is required in order to gain access to the online credentialing assessment.
Session: Social Literacy
Discover the power of leveraging student passions to elevate literacy skills. 

Elevate your students' literacy skills through the lens of social change and comprehension. Explore text sets, authentic writing experiences, and discussion techniques that will encourage your students to express themselves and become socially literate citizens. 

Can count toward gifted HQPD contact hours!

Social Literacy - Empowering Student Voices
October 16th 8:30am - 3:30pm
A unique three day, professional development series where you will explore, study, and discuss the research of world-renowned educators and researchers in multicultural and diverse studies. 
(Full - waiting list only!)
Explore the Socratic Seminar, an excellent means of developing imagination and creativity while building skills in the areas of reading, listening, reflection, critical thinking, and collaboration. Immediately following the first in-person session on October 23, participants will engage students in a Socratic discussion recording and submitting the discussion for feedback. On November 27, participants will attend a facilitated session to reflect and share with colleagues before recording and submitting their second Socratic discussion for feedback.
Core language is a research-based method for students who are nonverbal to communicate. Get energized as we explore and share teaching methods, resources, lessons, and practical implementation ideas. No fee for Assistive Tech Consortium Members!
Gain insight and strategies from women in similar leadership roles, engage with dynamic speakers who are successful leaders, and celebrate collective brilliance! Oct 25th, Feb 5th, and May 1st.
A creative workshop on how to integrate more reading and writing strategies into a math classroom. Review theory then jump right into practice and sharing creative solutions while networking with like-minded educators.
Session: Tricks not treats
Session: Math and ELs
An Online Course for Teachers of Mathematics and English Learners 
  • Module 1: Math and English Language Proficiency Standards
  • Module 2: Language Acquisition Theories (Basic Interpersonal Communication Skills and Cognitive Academic Language Proficiency)
  • Module 3: Standards for Mathematical Practices (what opportunities exist for communication)
  • Module 4: Empathy and Action (Begin to understand what it feels like to be an English Learner)
  • Module 5: Limited English Proficiency – Who are our English Learning Students?
  • Module 6: Shifting Mindsets – Best Practices for Teaching Math and English Learners (i.e., number talks assist with the development of conversational language)
  • Module 7: Lesson Plans and Reflection
  • Module 8: Evaluating Mathematical Resources for Benefits and Limitations
  • Module 9: Reflect on Learning
45 contact hours. Ashland University graduate credit available for an additional fee.

Building Proficiency: Mathematics and English Learners
October 5th - December 14th
November
Session: Power of One
You entered education to make a difference - and you do!
 
Join Manny Scott, an original Freedom Writer whose story is told in part of the 2007 hit movie. As Manny struggled through the most difficult moments of his life; it was loving adults – teachers, coaches, a lunch lady, an assistant principal – who met him at his point of need. They helped him go from a high school drop out to the man he is today, a Ph.D. student, husband, father, pilot, and public servant.

Hamilton County ESC is privileged to sponsor this event with Norwood City Schools, Norwood City Schools Alumni Association, and Xavier University.

The Power of One - Featuring Manny Scott
November 6th 9:00am - 10:00am
Hamilton County ESC
T 513.674.4200
F 513.742.8339
Hamilton County Educational Service Center, 11083 Hamilton Avenue, Cincinnati, OH 45231, United States
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