Subject: News and Events from Hamilton County ESC

April/May workshops from HCESC. Open email online for a better view.
Hamilton County ESC
5 Good Reads
1. Through-course tasks taking hold.
2. How this teacher is making fourth grade more like a video game.
3. STEM students showcase inventions
4. High School class gets Autism Assistance Facility Dog
5. Hey Alexa! What are you teaching our kids?


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Positive Behavior Supports
Developing Behavioral and Social Competence in Diverse Groups of Students
Join Maria Sargent, Ph.D., Behavioral and Curriculum Consultant as she explores techniques to provide positive behavior support for students in pre-k through grade twelve. Strategies presented will be appropriate for all classroom environments/settings and populations, including students with special needs and/or severe behavioral concerns.

Special attention will be focused on working with students who have alternative family values and/or caregivers who are non-responsive to behavior concerns.


April 12th, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Ashland Univ & ASHA CEUs available.
Limited seats. Register soon!

Personalized Education
Practical Personalized Education - April 18
Constructing the building blocks for creating student-generated learning.
April 18th
8:30 am - 3:00 pm
Register a team of 4 or more for a discounted price!

Change Your Mindset
Innovation and Education
How can education practices feel like they are moving at the speed of light, yet we continue to find ourselves lightyears behind the changes going on in the world? For example, have you heard about the next revolution, the IoT or the Internet of Things? "Experts estimate that the IoT will consist of almost 50 billion objects by 2020." What does that even mean?

Teachers don't need to be tech experts to know that as technology changes the way the world works we need to educate students to be ready for this new world. The answer isn't in hardware but in mindset shifts.

Join us April 25th and use the IoT example as an authentic inquiry into how we can innovate instruction to best prepare kids for the unknown.
THE LIST: April/May PD
4/05 Assistive Technology: Tech Center Night
4/10 Google Administration
4/12 Developing Behavioral and Social Competence in Diverse Groups of Students
4/17 Google Administration
4/18 Practical Personalized Education
4/25 At the Intersection of Innovation and Education
4/27 Beyond Engagement - Student Ownership of Feedback and Assessment

5/04 Integrating SLP Interventions into Classrooms & Curriculum: Moving from a Caseload to a Workload Approach
HQT Standards Intro
Work toward becoming a Highly Qualified Teacher ONLINE!
Summer Session begins May 29th!

Register for HQT Standards Introduction Classes

LANGUAGE ARTS
| MATH | SCIENCE | SOCIAL STUDIES
Learn - Connect - Reflect
Learn | Connect | Reflect
MIdwest Leadership Summit 2018

REGISTRATION OPEN!

June 5th – Mike Rutherford
The Artisan Leader: Recognizing and Developing Excellent Instruction

June 6th – Pedro Noguera
Educational Excellence Through Equity: Five Principles of Courageous Leadership to Guide Achievement for Every Student

learn - connect - reflect
#MWLS18

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