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Welcome! My name is Brooke Parish, Manager of the Fox Cities Institute for Educators. As you can see we’ve made a few changes. These changes have been implemented with the intention of continuing to offer you a first class professional development experience, while expanding our offerings. This year we are excited to offer two strands: The original offerings of STEM/Literacy and an innovative Business Immersion experience. Both strands seek to promote student achievement through professional development of PreK-12 educators. Hands-on learning is emphasized to help teachers engage students in collaborative problem solving and higher order thinking. Educators will select a strand and from that stand a courses to which they will devote their week’s study. The Institute promotes the world of work and relevance to the classroom. On Wednesday morning, July 17th, participants in the STEM/Literacy strand will tour two businesses while the Business Immersion class will have a more in depth experience spending three days in three different businesses. The Fox Cities Institute for Educators is a collaborative effort of the Competitive Workforce Alliance, a division of the Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce & Industry, Inc., University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh and local school districts.

Contract Information can be found at 920-734-7104

Keynote Speakers Mike Weller, President of ITW North America Welding a Division of ITW, a Fortune 200 Company Mike has spent over 33 years with Miller Electric Mfg. Company, assisting in the transition from a family owned business to an acquisition by Illinois Tool Works in 1993. In his current leadership role as President of ITW North America Welding, Mike:  Provides leadership to ITW Welding Group North America commercial businesses focusing on products and solutions to meet the needs of our customers in a highly empowered culture.  Is professionally recognized as an “Industry Fellow” by AWS (American Welding Society)—there are only 65 globally recognized in this capacity.  He serves on the Board of Directors for the Green Bay Packers. He chairs the Marketing Committee and is on the audit committee.  Gives back to our community by volunteering to serve on the Board of Directors to several non-profit businesses: Theda Care, the Performing Arts Center, Junior Achievement Senior Advisory Committee. Mike earned his Economics degree from Ripon College, with honors. He has been married to his wife Peggy for 39 years, he has 2 sons and 2 grandchildren. They are the joy of his life. Mike started at Miller in a Human Resources leadership role. Mike has always fully understood the significant importance of an empowered, involved, and healthy workforce. He often gives presentations on involvement, the industry he serves or a key topic of linking business and education. He provides unwavering leadership support for the Wellness Program at Miller Electric. 1

Eric Brunsell is an associate professor of science education at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. He is an active member of the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction's Science Leadership Team and the District 12 Director for the National Science Teachers Association. Eric works to foster partnerships between schools, universities and community partners, including the Near East South Asia Virtual Science Fair which partners students from more than 30 elementary and middle schools throughout the Middle East with university mentors in the United States.

Oliver Schinkten is a science teacher and co-founder of the Communities Program at Oshkosh North High School. The Communities Program is an innovative project-based classroom model, in which students earn credits in science, social studies, and literacy through collaborations with community partners (businesses, organizations, individuals). Over the past year, Oliver, and the Communities program has collaborated with over 100 community partners in an effort to provide students with a more relevant, hands-on, education that strives to improve the community while helping students develop the skills necessary for college, career, and life readiness.

Daily Schedule Monday July 15

Tuesday July 16

Wednesday July 17

Thursday July 18

Friday July 19

8:00-8:45 a.m. Registration & Continental Breakfast

8:00 a.m.-noon

8:00 a.m.-noon

8:00 a.m.-noon

8:00 -11:30 a.m.

Business Tours Classes / Business site for & Business Immersion Business site for 9:00-10:00 a.m. Business Keynote Speakers Immersion

Keynote Speaker

Classes / Classes / Business Visits Business for Business Immersion will Immersion return to ANHS for a recap and begin projects 11:30—noon

10:15-noon Classes / Panel for Business


Lunch will be provided on site 12:45—3:30 p.m. Classes/Tour for Business Immersion

12:45—3:30 p.m. Classes/Site for Business Immersion

12:45—3:30 p.m. Classes/Site for Business Immersion

12:45—3:30 p.m. Classes/Site for Business Immersion 2

2013 STEM/Literacy Courses at a Glance Math •


M.A.T.H. Interventions – Tiers, Not • Begged, Borrowed & Implemented: Using Tears, In Your Elementary Classroom Mentor Texts in Elementary Writers WorkGrades: K-5, Pat Koneicki shop Grades: K-3, Staci Haessly & Dawn Transforming Your Secondary Meyer Mathematics Classroom Grades: 9-12, Mike Tamblyn • “Rev-Up” the Core in Reading, Writing, & Math Grades: K-5, Linda Scheuer


Building the ELA 6-12 Toolkit Weaving Thinking Into Grades: 6-12, Gretchen Montee

“Author”ize Your Curriculum Proposal Grades: 4K-5K, Lisa Mader

Engineering for Elementary Science Grades: K-8, Larry Scheckel

Technology •

SMARTBoards for Beginners Grades: K-12, Julie Lennon

Professional Development

SMARTBoards Advanced: Integrating/ Expanding Your Skills Grades: K-12, Stephanie Markman

Teaching & Learning with iPads & iPods Grades: PreK-12, Jim Geoffrey

Blending Digital Learning into Your Classroom Grades: K-12, Bjorn Hanson

Communicating and Collaborating with Google Docs and Sites Grades: K-12, Sharon Ellner

9 Essential Skills for the Love and Logic Classroom Grades: PreK-12 , Peter & Joan Tabor Beyond Behavior Management Empowering Teachers to Connect With All Students (Classroom Management and Mental Health) Grades: Pre K-8, Julie Martzke

Contact Information: Brooke Parish Manager Fox Cities Institute for Educators 920-734-7101 3

2013 STEM/Literacy Course Descriptions MATH M.A.T.H. Interventions – Tiers, Not Tears, In Your Elementary Classroom Grade Levels: K-5 Subject: Math Instructor: Pat Koniecki, Math and Technology Horizons, LLC , Edinburg, TX M aterials A ctivities T echnology H ome You’ve heard about the “tiers” of intervention. In this session, we will look at various ways to reduce the “tears” of kids who are struggling in math. We will work with various math Materials, create and participate in hands-on math Activities, explore Technology through websites and SMARTboard activities, and share ideas that can be used at Home. We will create some independent learning centers that will be ready for use in your classroom from day one. Some pieces of children’s literature will be used to integrate reading and writing in your math classroom. The math games that we play will give kids opportunities to practice math skills while having fun. Wonderful websites are available for teachers and kids. We will journey through some of those, and we’ll explore SMARTboard activities, as well.

Whitewater, WI

The STEM projects include sound, waves, light, air pressure, density, discrepant events, The Common Core State Standards for scientific method, motion, electricity, soap Mathematics will require our students to bubbles, flying things, fan carts, magnetism, have a rigorous coherent understanding of science using magic, density, surface tension, mathematics beyond what many have had color, sled kites, tornado tube, Cartesian before. How can we accomplish this? By divers, persistence of vision, simple circuits, using technology like Geometer’s Sketchpad energy ball, hovercraft, instant snow, world’s to explore mathematical concepts to their simplest motor, water and air pressure, fullest, by tackling rich problems that states of matter and many more. motivate all students, by using teaching Special attention is given to helping teachers techniques that empower our learners, and develop ideas and strategies to work as a by having students construct their team to accomplish a goal. Emphasis is understanding of mathematics in order to gain ownership over the material. Be part of placed on using easy to obtain and low cost materials. Teachers can use these ideas and a workshop that will explore all of these apparatus immediately in their teaching important processes. practice. Tap into the inquiring minds of After this course, teachers will be able to: students. Captivate the attention and interest 1.) Teach concepts that illustrate the CCSS of your classroom. Thinking skills are mathematical practices stressed. Inquiry-based and project-based 2.) Use technology to enhance their science is featured. Tons of hand-outs. instruction and student learning Smart Board, Google Docs, Prezi, Picasa, 3.) Use questioning techniques that deepen and Note Booking, will be demonstrated. student understandings 4.) Develop activities that encourage Wisconsin Teacher Standards Addressed: 1-10 student discoveries Wisconsin Academic Standards Addressed: Science Wisconsin State Teacher Standards Addressed: A, B, C, D 1,3,4,6,7,9,10



Engineering for Elementary SMARTBoards for Science Beginners

Grade Levels: K-8 Subject: Science Instructor: Larry Scheckel, Retired, I will bring lots of goodies, but you will want Tomah High School, Tomah, WI

Grade Levels: K-12 Subject: Technology & Integration of all subject areas

to bring your math TE, one piece of literature you like to use, and one noncommercial game you play in your classroom (if you have one). If you have a laptop and/or flashdrive, bring those, too.

Instructors: Julie Lennon, Alliance Charter Elementary School, Neenah, WI

Wisconsin Teacher Standards Addressed: 1-10

Transforming Your Secondary Mathematics Classroom

Grade Levels: 9-12 Subject: Math Instructor: Mike Tamblyn, Math Teacher at Whitewater High School,

The workshop is ideal for beginning teachers who may be a tad science phobic, those needing help with science principles, and veteran teachers who are new to teaching science. The content, procedures, and outcomes will follow the Next Generation Science Standards and the Common Core Standards. Disciplinary Core Ideas and Crosscutting Concepts will be developed.

Did you just receive a SMART Board in your classroom, or are you anticipating getting one? Do you need to learn the basics? This class is intended for beginners who are just learning the components and capabilities of a SMART Board. Educators will be working on computers and Teachers in this workshop will design a SmartBoards with the overall goal being to number of labs for their students to carry out in the course of a school year. Teachers develop a comfort level with the technology will construct a wide variety of science tools, and produce immediately useable lessons for equipment, devices, labs and demonstrations their classroom (make & take). Throughout that enable them in institute STEM projects the week various Web 2.0 resources will also be shared; these resources will enhance and concepts. learning for all students in your classrooms. 4

2013 STEM/Literacy Course Descriptions PC and Macintosh computers will be information and much more! Both available for use so that you are practicing as beginners and advanced participants will you learn. leave ready to use this software with Wisconsin Teacher Standards Addressed: 1, 3, 4, students. Participants must bring their own iPod Touch or iPad to class. 7, 9, 10 Wisconsin Academic Standards Addressed: Media & Technology A, D; Environments D

Wisconsin Teacher Standards Addressed: 7

Flipped Learning

SMARTBoards Advanced: Grade Levels: PreK-12 Integrating/Expanding Your Subject: Technology Skills Grade Levels: K-12 Subject: Technology & Integration of all subject areas Instructor: Stephanie Markman, Alliance Charter Elementary School, Neenah, WI This class is for those educators who have experience with SMART Notebook and are ready to take their knowledge to the next step. We will review the basics and then move into more advanced options using Notebook. We will also look at integration of Notebook presentations into the curriculum. Wisconsin Teacher Standards Addressed: 1, 3, 4, 7, 9, 10 Wisconsin Academic Standards Addressed: Media & Technology A, D; Environments D

Teaching & Learning with iPads & iPods Grade Levels: PreK-12 Subject: Technology Instructor: Jim Geoffrey, Kaukauna High School, Kaukauna, WI The iPod Touch and iPad are taking education by storm, and for good reason. There are thousands of apps available designed to capture the imagination of the users in order to create and learn new material. In this course participants will learn how to set up an iPad or iPod for classroom use, make presentations, find great software for classroom use, update it, stream to a projector or television, organize

Instructor: Bjorn Hanson, Smoky Hill High School, Cherry Creek School District, Colorado You may have heard of a recent trend in education: Flipped classrooms. Want to learn how to incorporate some flipped lessons into your classroom instruction? Maybe you want to completely flip your classroom? This workshop will introduce you to the power of screen casting and digital lessons which will allow you to blend digital learning into (and out of) your classroom. You will also learn how to leverage the power of a digital you, the internet, and restructured class time to create a whole new idea for education in the 21st Century. Not only can we differentiate and personalize learning, but we can give the students an opportunity to become creators! Each session will begin with examples and instruction (i.e. learning hardware/ software, web resources, digital classroom communication tools, ideas for restructured classroom time) followed by hands-on time to explore these concepts and create a digital component for their own classroom. Participants are encouraged to share work and ideas with colleagues. During work time, the presenter will work with participants individually or in groups. At the end of each session, there will be a Q/A session along with a summary discussion. Technology level will be differentiated for beginner through advanced participants. All levels of instructional technology knowledge are welcome. Objectives: Participants will leave feeling comfortable using computer software and hardware to create content. Participants will be able to utilize web resources to

connect and deliver content. Wisconsin Teacher Standards Addressed: 7

Communicating and Collaborating with Google Docs and Sites Grade Levels: K-12 Subject: Technology Instructor: Sharon Ellner, Lannoye Elementary School, Pulaski, WI In the Google Docs and Sites for Educators workshop, participants will learn about the wide variety of free tools available from Google. While many of us are aware of Google as a search engine, there are many additional tools that promote collaboration and sharing between educators and students. In this workshop, educators will learn how web 2.0 tools, like those available from Google, provide teachers and students with the opportunity to create and collaborate easily. Participants will learn how to use Google Docs, Google Forms, Google Presentations, Google Sites and several other Google tools. Throughout the workshop, many examples will be shared showing how these tools can help teachers and students. Participants will learn how to use these tools and create sample projects giving them practice in using the tools. Each participant will develop a customized action plan to demonstrate how they will implement three or more of these tools in their educational setting for the next school year. Workshop objectives include: 1.) Participants will learn about and use Google Tools throughout the course to see how these web 2.0 tools can be embedded into teaching and learning. 2.) Participants will learn how to have students collaborate through the use of Google Tools. 3.)Participants will learn how to collaborate through word processing, spreadsheet and slide show documents. 4.) Participants will learn how to use Google Forms to easily conduct surveys and share the results. 5.) Participants will develop an action plan for using Google Tools for teaching and learning. To be successful in this workshop, 5

2013 STEM/Literacy Course Descriptions participants should have the basic technology skills for navigating the Internet, creating and editing a basic word processing document and experience using email. Experienced users will be provided with alternate learning resources to provide additional learning opportunities at an advanced level. Additional support will be provided for participants new to web 2.0 tools so that everyone is successful in the class. All participants will be required to have a Google Account. While the Wisconsin Model Academic Standards for Information and Technology Literacy (ITLS) are explicitly aligned with these tools, additional standards will also be impacted based on how the teacher integrates these tools into student learning activities. Wisconsin Teacher Standards Addressed: 3-7,9

LITERACY Begged, Borrowed & Implemented: Using Mentor Texts in Elementary Writers Workshop Grade Levels: K-3 Subject: Literacy Instructors: Staci Haessly & Dawn Meyer, Westside Elementary, Kimberly, WI Find out how begging your librarian for quality picture books, borrowing ideas and strategies from established authors, and implementing mentor texts into writer’s workshop will allow your students to take risks and soar as writers. You will leave with a list of mentor texts and a format that supports modeling, instructing and celebrating. Return to your classroom and watch your writers become authors, not "fixers." You will be actively involved in the writing process and will be walked through various mentor text "studies." You will study and discuss wonderful picture books and the qualities that make them great literature. Anchor charts will be created. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to plan and implement writing lessons based on the use of mentor texts. The framework

for this course is based on Lucy Calkins' units of study, “The Art of Teaching Reading,” “The Art of Teaching Writing,” Regie Routman's “Writing Essentials,” and various resources by Katie Wood Ray. Common Core State Standards Addressed: 1, 2, 3, 5, 7, 8 Wisconsin State Teacher Standards Addressed: 1, 3, 7, 9, 10

“Rev-Up” the Core in Reading, Writing, & Math Grade Levels: K-5 Subject: Literacy Instructor: Linda Scheuer, Magee Elementary School, Two Rivers Wisconsin Ladies and gentleman… start your engines! Get ready to round the first curve as you collect ideas that can help children in your classroom develop and polish their reading, writing and math skills. Many different programs will be combined to give you the “best of the best” and the most out of your week. This class will emphasize crosscurricular activities with connections to the common core standards. Continue your race to the finish line while collecting crosscurricular, standard based ideas that you can easily include into your existing reading, writing and math lessons. You will be anxiously awaiting the beginning of the school year with new, “reved-up” and standards based ideas. Objectives: Participants will examine components of various writing reading and math programs. Participants will develop ideas to add to their existing reading, writing and math programs based on the common core standards.

Wisconsin Teacher Standards Addressed: #1-7, #9

Building the ELA 6-12 Toolkit Weaving Thinking into Grade Levels: 6-12 Subject: Literacy, Integrated Instructor: Gretchen Montee, Sturgeon Bay School District, Sturgeon Bay, WI What role does literacy play in your classroom? What are some ways you weave instruction in thinking reading, writing, speaking and listening into the content you teach? This workshop is designed to facilitate exploration of literacy practices and resources which will enable teachers to deliver high-quality, highly effective instruction, grounded in rigorous standards, curriculum and content, and focused on the differing needs of their students. Questions to consider include: How can I help my students develop enduring and self-sustaining habits of comprehension for a wide variety of texts? How can I integrate purposeful assessments and/or performance tasks into my instruction? Wisconsin Teaching Standards Addressed: 1, 2, 4, 7

“Author”ize Your Curriculum Grade Levels: 4K-5K Subject: Early Learning Instructor: Lisa Mader, Tanner Elementary School, Kaukauna, WI Everyone has a favorite children’s author. Who is yours? Eric Carle? Dr. Suess? Mo Willems? Bill Martin, Jr.? In this class, you will learn how to incorporate these and other children’s authors into your curriculum. You will create educational activities based around several different children’s authors that will get your students engaged and actively involved in their learning. All activities can be individually 6

2013 Course Descriptions suited or changed to align with Early Learning standards, Kindergarten standards and your district’s curriculum. You will leave this class with a complete, individualized author study curriculum ready to use in your classroom during the upcoming school year. Bring your creativity, enthusiasm and favorite books along as we “authorize” your curriculum! Wisconsin Teaching Standards Addressed: 1-10

STAFF DEVELOPMENT 9 Essential Skills for the Love and Logic Classroom Grade Levels: PreK-12 Subject: Class Management Instructors: Peter Tabor, D.C. Everest Public Schools , Weston, WI; Joan Tabor, Merrill Area Public Schools, Merrill, WI Description of workshop: This course has been designed to help participants learn skills for: • Creating classroom and school environments that stimulate responsible behavior and high levels of academic achievement. • Preventing misbehavior and increasing instructional time on task. • Avoiding power struggles while setting limits with challenging students. • Teaching character and responsibility through the application of logical consequences instead of punishment. • Developing positive, cooperative relationships with even the most difficult students and their parents. • Preserving the learning environment when one or more students become disruptive and unresponsive to preventative discipline. • Integrating the principles of Love and Logic into your school’s PBIS model.

The 9 Essential Skills taught in this program are:

1. Module One: Neutralizing Student Arguing 2. Module Two: Delayed Consequences

3. Module Three: Empathy 4. Module Four: The Recovery Process 5. Module Five: Developing Positive Teacher/Student Relationships 6. Module Six: Setting Limits with Enforceable Statements 7. Module Seven: Using Choices to Prevent Power Struggles 8. Module Eight: Quick and Easy Preventative Interventions 9. Module Nine: Guiding Students to Own and Solve Their Problems Workshop Outcomes or Objectives: With this program educators will learn: • Classroom management skills • Home-school connection solutions • How to end student arguing and set limits without lectures • Skills to prevent problems and save time for teaching Course Expectations: Participants will be expected to participate in large and small group discussions, complete the 9 Essential Skills for the Love and Logic Classroom workbook and prepare a written plan for implementing strategies garnered from the 9 Essential Skills. Wisconsin Teacher Standards Addressed: 2, 3, 5, 6, 10

Beyond Behavior Management: Empowering Teachers to Connect with All Students Grade Levels: Pre K-8 Subject: Classroom management; mental health Instructor: Julie Martzke, Psychologist/Adjunct Professor, Hamline University, Minneapolis, MN

hyperactivity and social disorders, and apply it to your daily classroom practice. Resources are limited and the best way to increase the success of students who are struggling is to empower the teachers who spend the most time with them. We will approach your greatest classroom management issues from a new perspective. The majority of challenging behaviors come from a skill deficit or an unmet need. This class will help you identify those needs in a proactive way so you will be more able to connect with the student and identify strategies that are more likely to be successful. Course participants will: • Learn how to identify student needs to promote prevention of behaviors • Consider the impact of cultural differences in relation to classroom behaviors • Be introduced to strategies related to common issues seen in their classrooms. This will be tailored toward the needs of participants and may include, but not be limited to anxiety disorders, depression, social disorders, attention and activity disorders, fetal alcohol syndrome, and the impact of stress and poverty on students and families. • Learn practical strategies focusing on motivation, socialization, attention, organization and movement in K-8 classrooms have an opportunity to brainstorm specific plans for specific students. Wisconsin Teaching Standards Addressed: 2, 3, 5, 7

Over the years when I’ve taught classes about students with special needs, the resounding reaction from regular education teachers has been, “But these are great strategies for ALL students.” How do we take what we know from the world of special education and help us connect with kids who may not be identified with a disorder or disability but still have some of the same needs? This course will pull information from what we know about how anxiety, depression, attention difficulties, 7

2013 Business Immersion Course Description Business Immersion: Grade Levels: K-12 Subject: Bringing relevance and career preparation to the classroom NOTE: this is only offered as a two or three credit course Here is your chance to explore the world of work and enhance the linkages between academic learning and career preparation. Our business partners have graciously opened their doors to allow you a full day of experiences in multiple areas of their organizations. During this time you will gain an understanding of just what it is they do there. You will learn about the diversity of the skills students will need to be successful in the competitive global workplace. You will see real examples of the type of teamwork, planning, decision making, problem solving, communication, and creativity employed in these successful ventures and organizations. We guarantee that you will find new answers to the student questions "Why do we have to learn this?" During the week, participants will converse with local business leaders. Tuesday through Thursday you will travel to a different organization in groups of four and on Friday return to Appleton North High School to debrief before starting your projects. This opportunity will allow you to directly integrate these experiences into your classroom.


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Online registration and payment are available at All checks are payable to the Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce. Final payment is due Friday, June 14, 2013. Some costs may be covered by your school district. Return the UW-Oshkosh registration form with your application.

UW-Oshkosh Registration If taking the Institute for credit, the completed UW-Oshkosh registration form (found at the end of this catalog) must be mailed to the Fox Cities Institute Educators, PO Box 1855, Appleton, WI 54912-1855 along with the Institute application. Do not send it to UW-Oshkosh.

UW–Oshkosh Grades Grades will be posted on the UW-Oshkosh web site ( after August 13, 2013. UW-Oshkosh Student ID#s will be available at the Fox Cities Institute for Educators registration desk. If you attended the Institute or UW-Oshkosh in the past, your Student ID# is the same.

Cancellation Policy Refund requests for cancellation must be received on or before June 14, 2013. Requests made by this date will receive the registration amount minus a $55 processing fee. After June 14, 2013, all refund requests will receive a 50% refund minus a $55 processing fee. Due to meal guarantees, NO refunds will be issued prior to a week before the Institute. * No refunds will be issued at the registration desk. 9

Requirements for Credit Options NO CREDIT & FIRST  CREDIT: Daily attendance/participation at the Academy and satisfactory comple tion of all assignments. SECOND CREDIT: A one-page summary of your tour experience is  required for the 2nd credit option. The summary is due Thursday, July 18 to the Fox Cities Institute of Educators Manager. The format for the paper will be available on Monday, July 15 at the registration desk. THIRD CREDIT: A one-page summary of your tour experience is due Thursday, July 18 to the Institute Manager (same as above), and an additional project is required to receive the third credit. The third credit may be completed by July 31 with an option for an Incomplete grade to be finished by October 1. PROJECT REQUIREMENTS: You must:

Attend a short meeting on Monday, July 15 at 3:30 p.m. in ANHS cafeteria. Submit a project description before Wednesday, July 17 to the Fox Cities Institute for Educators, Manager. Complete a project. The intent of the project is to increase the impact of the Institute course on the participant’s teaching or to facilitate the participant’s dissemination of information learned at the Institute to a broader group of educators.

A course requirement sheet will be available at the Institute Registration Desk to assist you in determining if you would like to take advantage of the additional 3-credit option.

FOR MORE INFORMATION Contact: Fox Cities Institute for Educators PO Box 1855 Appleton, WI 54912-1855 Phone: 920-734-7101 Fax: 920-734-7161 Email:

Examples of projects include:  Development of hands-on lesson plans.  Research paper on course-related scientific topic or pedagogies appropriate for active learning.  Development and delivery of an in-service presentation based on course content.

Directions & Lodging Information Directions to Appleton North High School Appleton North High School, 5000 N. Ballard Road, is within a mile and a half of US 41 and 441 on Appleton’s northeast side. Take US41 to Ballard Road Exit (Exit 144); north on Ballard to main entrance of Appleton North High School. Proceed around building to east parking lot and entrance.

Lodging The Institute suggests: Cambria Suites 3940 Gateway Dr. Appleton, WI 54913 Phone 920-733-0101 Cambria Suites is located at Exit 144 10

2013 Steering Committee John Moore, Chairperson Retired, Kaukauna Area School District Dr. Doug Dugal Retired, Integrated Paper Services, Inc. Paul Weisse Associate Principal Appleton East High School, Appleton Area School District Reynee Kachur UW-Oshkosh, Science Outreach Program, UW-Oshkosh Tammy Ladwig, Ph.D. Assistant Professor, UW-Fox Valley Kelly Ulmen Human Resources Manager Menasha Packaging – Folding Carton Group

Shell Muza Director of Curriculum & Instruction Menasha Joint School District Kelli Antoine Director of Curriculum, Instruction & Assessment, Kaukauna Area School District Janna Cochrane Principal, Greenville Elementary School, Hortonville Area School District Matt Reynebeau Principal, Xavier High School ACES Xavier Educational System Ann Hoernke High School Science Teacher Twin Cities Catholic Educational System

Steve Dreger Director of Curriculum and Instructional Technology, Neenah Joint School District

Acknowledgments for 2013 Institute 2013 Premier Sponsors Bemis, Bemis Company

2013 Break Sponsors University of Wisconsin Fox Valley Fox Valley Technical College University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Bricks 4 Kidz


2013 for Educators 2012 Institute Christa McAuliffe AcademyRegistration Registration All registrants will receive written confirmation of course assignment on or before Friday, May 31, 2013. Registrations are accepted until Monday, July 8th, 2013 if class space is available.

Registration is also available online at Name: _______________________________________________________________________________ Home Address_______________________________City____________________State________Zip____ Home Phone: ______________Email_______________________________________________________ School District ______________________________School Name________________________________ School Phone: ________________________________Email_____________________________________ Please check one: _____Public School

______Private School Grade Level/Subject _____________ _____

Attended the Fox Cities Institute for Educators formerly known as the Christa McAuliffe Academy before _____Yes _____No Appleton North High School is handicap accessible. If you are disabled, or if you have special dietary requirements, please describe _____________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________________________________________

Course Selection List below the title of the course you would like to attend. List two alternatives. You will participate in one course. Preference in class choice will be awarded on a first come, first served basis. First Choice___________________________________________________________________________ Second Choice ________________________________________________________________________ Third Choice __________________________________________________________________________ Number of credits you are taking (please circle one):

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2013 Institute for Educators Registration (continued) _____Institute PARTICIPATION (NO CREDIT) Non-refundable Application Fee Registration Fee Total

_____ONE GRADUATE CREDIT $55 $300 $355

Non-refundable Application Fee Registration Fee One Credit Total

$55 $300 $110 $465

PAYMENT: (Payable to Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce) ____Enclosed is a check for $355; or ____Enclosed is a check for $_____ and I will pay the balance of $_______ by June 14, 2013 ____Charge $_______ to credit card (complete form below)

PAYMENT: (Payable to Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce) ____Enclosed is a check for $465; or ____Enclosed is a check for $_____ and I will pay the balance of $_______ by June 14, 2013 ____Charge $_______ to credit card (complete form below)



Non-refundable Application Fee $55 Registration Fee $300 Two Credits $220 Total $575 PAYMENT: (Payable to Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce) ____Enclosed is a check for $575; or ____Enclosed is a check for $_____ and I will pay the balance of $_______ by June 14, 2013 ____Charge $_______ to credit card (complete form below)

Non-refundable Application Fee Registration Fee Three Credits Total

$55 $300 $330 $685

PAYMENT: (Payable to Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce) ____Enclosed is a check for $685; or ____Enclosed is a check for $_____ and I will pay the balance of $_______ by June 14, 2013 ____Charge $_______ to credit card (complete form below)

CREDIT CARD PAYMENT * Name_____________________________________ School______________________________________ Charge to: _____Master Card _____Visa _____Discover _____American Express Expiration Date: _____________ Card No:____________________________________________________ * A minimum of $55 will be charged to your credit card to reserve your space. Please indicate the amount you want charged.

All Registrants Must Submit:  

Completed Application • UW-Oshkosh registration form (if taking for credit) Payment by check (payable to The Fox Cities Chamber of Commerce) or Credit Card Information

Send to: The Fox Cities Institute for Educators PO Box 1855 • Appleton, WI 54912-1855 13



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