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CATALOG (706) 865-2141 1342 Hwy. 254 Cleveland, Georgia www.pioneerresa.org

2021-2022

PROFESSIONAL LEARNING


P.O. Box 1789 1342 Highway 254 Cleveland, GA 30528-0033 Phone: (706) 865-2141 Toll-Free: (866) 812-RESA Fax: (706) 865-6748 Justin Old Executive Director

Welcome to Pioneer RESA Professional Learning, Big challenges lead to unprecedented growth. From every perspective, Pioneer RESA has undergone a metamorphosis to provide continued support targeting the challenges of today. While we continue to bring research, strategies, innovations, and ideas to you, our consultants, project and program directors, and instructional technologists have focused on bringing professional learning, job-alikes, and communication opportunities to you in a virtual and/or face-to-face setting. In order to blend participants in a virtual/face-to-face format so that all participants experience a consistent, seamless, and harmonious event, Pioneer RESA is upgrading the professional learning spaces. We are incorporating a presenter tracking camera, inceiling microphones, and audience cameras. Pioneer RESA is also implementing a new service, Pioneer+. This service includes our new Grab and Go format – virtual drop-in sessions of 30 minutes or less for professional learning and conversation. This aligns with our dedication to supporting more effective, streamlined, and full-featured professional learning opportunities. Our continued focus is to provide a platform for communication through a multi-source information stream. Thank you for your continued support as we offer relevant, requested professional learning opportunities. We look forward to participating with you in the unique challenges ahead as we strive to serve you in support of your students.

Warm regards,

Justin Old Executive Director


Pioneer RESA is pleased to provide you with our 2021-2022 Professional Learning Catalog. The catalog contains a variety of professional learning opportunities for leaders, teachers and staff. We offer face-to-face and online professional learning to meet the needs of our schools and school systems; including endorsements and teacher and leader certification programs. Pioneer RESA also works with our systems to develop system specific professional learning. Please contact Justin Old, Pioneer RESA Director, or the Professional Learning Office if you need customized professional learning.

Online Professional Learning Catalog www.pioneerresa.org

Pioneer RESA continually develops professional learning throughout the year. To view our latest offerings, please visit the Pioneer RESA website and select the online Professional Learning Catalog.

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Table of Contents Leadership A Day with PSC

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Board Governance Training Course Offerings

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Co-Teaching Supervision- Elementary

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Co-Teaching Supervision- Secondary

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Counselor Keys Effectiveness System

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Leader Keys Effectiveness System (LKES)- August

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Leader Keys Effectiveness System (LKES)- July

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Leader Keys Effectiveness System (LKES)- June

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Legal Talks with HHH

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Media Specialists System Training

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Multi-Tiered Systems of Support Supervision-

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Elementary Multi-Tiered Systems of Support

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Supervision- Secondary Reading Supervision- K-8

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School Psychologist System Training

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Social Worker Evaluation Training

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SPED Supervision- Elementary

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SPED Supervision- Secondary

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Teacher Keys Effectiveness System Training- August

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Teacher Keys Effectiveness System Training- July Teacher

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Keys Effectiveness System Training- June Tribunal

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Training for Administrators

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Teaching & Learning Effective Lesson Plans

39

Guided Reading and Book Clubs

40

Math Collaborative: Grades 3-4

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Math Collaborative: Grades 5-7

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Math Collaborative: Grades 8-9

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Math Collaborative: Grades 10-12

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Math Collaborative: Grades K-2

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Mental Health First Aid Training- Fall

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Mental Health First Aid Training- Spring

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Reading Strategy Groups

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Running Record Training

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SLDS Overview for New Teachers

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STEM Course 1

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STEM Course 2

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STEM Course 3

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Technology Buff Nuggets and Tech for Administrators

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Buff Nuggets and Tech for New Teachers

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Parent’s Guide to Raising Digital Natives

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Teacher 6-12 Techy Teacher Share-A-Thon

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Teacher K-5 Techy Teacher Share-A-Thon

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Online Learning 1) Constructive Discipline: Giving Directions that Students Will Follow 2) Constructive Discipline: Stopping Disruptive Behavior

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3) Constructive Discipline: Conducting the Parent Conference

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4) Building Capacity for Effective Reading Instruction through Collaborative Inquiry

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5) Classroom and Behavior Management Strategies that Work

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6) How to “Read and Write” in Math: Improving Problem Solving and Communication

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7) Content-based Instructional Strategies for ELL

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8) Developing Listening Comprehension in English Language Learners

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9) ELL Reading: Teaching Strategies for K-12

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10) Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners in Your Classroom

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11) Teaching English Language Learners: An Introduction

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12) Preventing (Cyber) Bullying: Creating Safe Schools for All Students

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13) Creating Compassionate Classrooms: Overcoming Adverse Childhood Events

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14) Developing Students’ Mindfulness Practice to Support Engagement, Self-Regulation & Achievement

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15) Integrating Response to Intervention, PLCS & Differentiating Instruction

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16) Understanding and Combating Math Anxiety

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17) Differentiating Instruction in the 21st Century Classroom

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18) Project-based Learning for All Classrooms

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19) Engaging Parents to Increase Student Achievement

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20) Implementing Peer Coaching to Improve Teaching & Learning

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School Climate FBA BIP Toolbox- Virtual

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Mental Health First Aid Training- Fall

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Mental Health First Aid Training- Spring

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PBIS Classroom Systems Training

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PBIS One Day Booster Training

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PBIS SWIS Data System Training- Leadership

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PBIS SWIS Data System Training- Teacher

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PBIS Tier I Training

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PBIS Tier II Training

95

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Job-Alikes Accounts Payable Job-Alike

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Coaches Academy Job-Alike

100

CTAE Admin Job-Alike

101

Facility Director & Safety Job-Alike

102

Finance Director Job-Alike

103

GACIS Job-Alike

104

Human Resources Job-Alike

105

Nutrition Bookkeeper Job-Alike

106

Nutrition Director Job-Alike

107

Payroll & Benefits Job-Alike

108

PBIS District Coordinator & School Coach Job-Alike

109

School Bookkeeper Job-Alike

110

School Nurse Job-Alike

111

Technology Director Job-Alike

112

Title III/ESOL Director Job-Alike

113

Transportation Director Job-Alike

114

Wrap Around Services Job-Alike

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Office & Support Staff Paraprofessional GACE Assessment

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Substitute Teacher Training

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Endorsements Coaching Endorsement

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ESOL Endorsement

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Gifted Endorsement

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K-5 Mathematics Endorsement

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K-5 Science Endorsement

127

Online Teaching Endorsement

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Reading Endorsement

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STEM Endorsement

130

Pioneer RESA Services

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LEADERSHIP “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more, and become more, you are a leader.” John Quincy Adams


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Topic:

A Day with GaPSC

Date(s):

Date to be Determined; February or March

Time:

11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Holly Mauney

Description:

Staff from the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC) will be at Pioneer RESA for our annual Day with GaPSC. The presentation is aimed at school system staff, school leaders, RESA staff, and university administrators and faculty. Each year these presentations help educators stay up-to-date with legislation, rule changes, and information regarding upcoming innovations in Georgia educator preparation and certification. Executive Secretary Kelly Henson and staff representing each of the GaPSC divisions will be here to address questions you have about certification, educator ethics, anticipated rule changes, and possible upcoming legislation.

Contact Hours:

4 Hours

Course Number:

TBD

Cost:

None (Lunch provided at no charge)

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other

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Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management For additional information contact:

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Holly Mauney: hmauney@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 15


Pioneer RESA 2021-2022 Board Governance Training Course Offerings Course Title

Credit Hours

Analyzing Demographic and Financial Data

3 hours

Analyzing Student Achievement and Outcome Data

3 hours

Board Roles and Responsibilities

3 hours

Communicating the School System Message

3 hours

Current System Wide Technology Initiatives / Planning For The Future

3 hours

Curriculum and Instructional Leadership for Boards of Education

3 hours

Experiencing Challenges of Low Income Families

3 hours

Examining School Climate, PBIS, and Supporting Your District

3 hours

Facilities Planning for Boards of Education

3 hours

Legal Issues and Ethics for Boards of Education

3 hours

Personnel Leadership for Boards of Education

3 hours

Planning for Boards of Education

3 hours

Review and Revision of System Goals and Priorities

3 hours

Special Education General Supervision

3 hours

Wraparound Services Overview

3 hours

Costs: No charge to Pioneer RESA member systems. Fees charged by external consultants may apply. Fee for non-member systems is $150 per Board Member per course, plus fees of external consultants. Fee to Pioneer RESA member systems is $50 for each on-line course. Fee for non-member systems is $75 for each on-line course.

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Topic:

Supervision of Co-Teaching in Schools – Elementary

Date(s):

1/20/22

Time:

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Dr. Charity Roberts

Description:

Contact Hours:

This session will address essential elements of supervising a school-wide coteaching process in Grades K – 5. The following topics will be addressed: Teacher Relationships, Lesson Planning, Specially-Designed Instruction, Progress Monitoring, and Observations/Feedback. Follow-up l technical assistance will be provided to participants via onsite or virtual options. 3 Cost: $0

Course Number:

3777

Room:

Rooms A & B

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Topic:

Supervision of Co-Teaching in Schools – Secondary

Date(s):

1/20/22

Time:

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Dr. Charity Roberts

Description:

Contact Hours:

This session will address essential elements of supervising a school-wide coteaching process in Grades 6 – 12. The following topics will be addressed: Teacher Relationships, Lesson Planning, Specially-Designed Instruction, Progress Monitoring, and Observations/Feedback. Follow-up technical assistance will be provided to participants via onsite or virtual options. 3 Cost: $0

Course Number:

3778

Room:

Rooms A & B

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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For additional information contact: croberts@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 18


Topic:

Counselor Keys Effectiveness System Training

Date(s):

September 13, 2021

Time:

9:00 am-4pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce, Pioneer RESA and Holly Mauney, Pioneer RESA

Description:

Counselor Keys Effectiveness System Training 1 day was developed to align with TKES and LKES in 2013-2014 by Georgia School Counselor Association (GSCA offered as a state approved school counselor performance evaluation by the GaDOE for 2016-2017.

Contact Hours: Course Number:

6 hrs.

Room:

Board Room

Cost: 0

3783

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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For additional information contact: jpearce@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 19


Topic:

Leader Keys Effectiveness System Training and Credentialing

Date(s):

August 11, 2021

Time:

9:00am-4:00pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce

Description:

Leader Keys Effectiveness System 1-day Training and Credentialing Session for administrators and district leaders.

Contact Hours:

6 hrs.

Course Number:

3735

Room:

Room A

Cost: 0

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: jpearce@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 20


Topic:

Leader Keys Effectiveness System Training and Credentialing

Date(s):

July 14, 2021

Time:

9:00am-4:00pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce

Description:

Leader Keys Effectiveness System 1-day Training and Credentialing Session for administrators and district leaders.

Contact Hours:

6 hrs.

Course Number:

3734

Room:

Board Room

Cost: 0

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: jpearce@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 21


Topic:

Leader Keys Effectiveness System Training and Credentialing

Date(s):

June 16, 2021

Time:

9:00am-4:00pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce

Description:

Leader Keys Effectiveness System 1-day Training and Credentialing Session for administrators and district leaders.

Contact Hours:

6 hrs.

Course Number:

3736

Room:

Room A

Cost: 0

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: jpearce@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 22


Topic:

Legal Talks with HHH

Date(s):

September 2021 AND March 2022

Time:

9:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Cory Kirby and Phil Hartley, HHH Law Firm

Description: Contact Hours:

Arranged at the request of superintendents, these sessions are designed to provide administrators with the latest legal information and guidance. The superintendents closer to event date will determine specific topics. 3 Hours Cost: No Cost

Course Number:

TBA

Prerequisites:

None

Room:

Rooms A & B

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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For additional information contact: Carly Adam, cadam@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 23


Topic:

Media Specialists System Training

Date(s):

September 20, 2021

Time:

9:00 am-4pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce, Pioneer RESA and Holly Mauney, Pioneer RESA

Description:

This training will train administrators to evaluate media specialists using the Georgia Media Specialist Evaluation Training Program.

Contact Hours:

6 hrs.

Course Number:

3786

Room:

Board Room

Cost: 0

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: jpearce@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 24


Topic:

Supervision of MTSS in Schools - Elementary

Date(s):

8/24/21

Time:

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Dr. Charity Roberts

Description:

Contact Hours:

This session will address essential procedures for maintaining a school-wide MTSS program in Grades K - 5. The following topics will be addressed: Early Warning Systems, Screeners/Assessments, Evidence-based Interventions, Progress Monitoring, and Data Analysis procedures. Additional technical assistance will be provided to participants via onsite or virtual options. 3 Cost: $0

Course Number:

3779

Room:

Rooms A & B

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: croberts@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 25


Topic:

Supervision of MTSS in Schools - Secondary

Date(s):

8/24/21

Time:

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Dr. Charity Roberts

Description:

Contact Hours:

This session will address essential procedures for maintaining a school-wide MTSS program in Grades 6 - 12. The following topics will be addressed: Early Warning Systems, Screeners/Assessments, Evidence-based Interventions, Progress Monitoring, and Data Analysis procedures. Additional technical assistance will be provided to participants via onsite or virtual options. 3 Cost: $0

Course Number:

3776

Room:

Rooms A & B

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: croberts@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 26


Topic:

Supervision of Reading Instruction in Tiers I, II, & III

Date(s):

10/19/21

Time:

9:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Dr. Charity Roberts

Description:

Contact Hours:

This session will address an essential framework for supervising a schoolwide reading instruction process in Grades K – 8 at Tier I, II, & III. The following topics will be discussed: Essential Foundational Reading Skills, Five Pillars of Reading, Individual & Systemic Assessment, Instruction, and Progress Monitoring. Follow-up technical assistance will be provided to participants via onsite or virtual options. 3 Cost: $0

Course Number:

3780

Room:

Rooms A & B

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: croberts@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 27


Topic:

School Psychologist System Training

Date(s):

September 27, 2021

Time:

9:00 am-4pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce, Pioneer RESA and Holly Mauney, Pioneer RESA

Description:

This training will train administrators to evaluate school psychologists using the Georgia School Psychologist Evaluation Training Program.

Contact Hours: Course Number:

6 hrs.

Room:

Board Room

Cost: 0

3785

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: jpearce@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 28


Topic:

School Social Worker Evaluation Training (GSSWEP)

Date(s):

October 4, 2021

Time:

9:00 am-4pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce, Pioneer RESA and Holly Mauney, Pioneer RESA

Description:

This training will train administrators to evaluate school social workers using the Georgia School Social Worker Evaluation Training Program.

Contact Hours: Course Number:

6 hrs.

Room:

Board Room

Cost: 0

3784

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: jpearce@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 29


Topic:

Supervision of Special Education in Schools – Elementary

Date(s):

9/21/21

Time:

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Dr. Charity Roberts

Description:

Contact Hours:

This session will address essential procedures for supervising a schoolwide special education program in Grades K - 5. The following topics will be discussed: Teacher Retention, General Supervision, FAPE, Academic & Behavioral Specially-Designed Instruction, Evidence-based Interventions, Progress Monitoring, and Data Analysis. Additional technical assistance will be provided to participants via onsite or virtual options. 3 Cost: $0

Course Number:

3782

Room:

Rooms A & B

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: croberts@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 30


Topic:

Supervision of Special Education in Schools – Secondary

Date(s):

9/21/21

Time:

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Dr. Charity Roberts

Description:

Contact Hours:

This session will address essential procedures for supervising a school-wide special education program in Grades 6 – 12. The following topics will be discussed: Teacher Retention, General Supervision, FAPE, Academic & Behavioral Specially-Designed Instruction, Evidence-based Interventions, Progress Monitoring, and Data Analysis. Follow-up technical assistance will be provided to participants via onsite or virtual options. 3 Cost: $0

Course Number:

3781

Room:

Rooms A & B

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: croberts@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 31


Topic:

Teacher Keys Effectiveness System Training and Credentialing

Date(s):

August 10, 2021

Time:

9:00 – 4:00

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Room A

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce

Description:

Teacher Keys Effectiveness System 1-day Training and Credentialing Session for administrators and district leaders.

Contact Hours: Course Number:

6 hours

Cost:

No Cost

3739

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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jpearce@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 32


Topic:

Teacher Keys Effectiveness System Training and Credentialing

Date(s):

July 15, 2021

Time:

9:00 – 4:00

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Boardroom

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce

Description:

Teacher Keys Effectiveness System 1-day Training and Credentialing Session for administrators and district leaders.

Contact Hours: Course Number:

6 hrs

Cost:

0

3737

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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jpearce@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 33


Topic:

Teacher Keys Effectiveness System Training and Credentialing

Date(s):

June 15, 2021

Time:

9:00 – 4:00

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Room A

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce

Description:

Teacher Keys Effectiveness System 1-day Training and Credentialing Session for administrators and district leaders.

Contact Hours: Course Number:

6 hrs.

Cost: 0

3738

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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jpearce@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 34


Topic:

Tribunal Training for Administrators (Initial 5-hour course)

Date(s):

September 16, 2021

Time:

8:30am-12:00pm + Follow-up Activity

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Dr. Jason Kaup, Director of Project Management

Description:

This session will provide current school-level administrators and system hearing officers initial training on issues and concerns in preparing for and holding effective and legally defensible tribunal hearings. This training and subsequent assigned activities meet the basic training requirements for tribunal panel members.

Contact Hours:

5

Cost:

Room:

Tech Lab

No Cost

Course Number:

3789

Prerequisites:

Building or system administrator, or tribunal panel member

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: Dr. Jason Kaup, jkaup@pioneerresa.org, (706)219-7514 To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 35


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TEACHING & LEARNING “Children may only be 20 percent of the population but they are 100 percent of the future.” David B. Tyack


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Topic:

Effective Lesson Plans

Date(s):

Sept. 8, 2021

Time:

9:00 am-12 noon Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Location:

Room:

Boardroom

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce

Description:

An effective lesson gets students thinking and allows them to interact and ask questions, tap into their background knowledge, and build new skills. This training offers practical tips for planning engaging lessons that will help your students retain more of what they learn.

Contact Hours: Course Number:

4 hrs.

Cost: 0

3772

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Jan Pearce: jpearce@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 39


Topic:

Guided Reading and Book Clubs

Date(s):

September 8, 2021

Time:

9:00-3:00 Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Location:

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Rhonda Hayes

Description:

Contact Hours:

This course is for teachers of grades K-5/6, focusing on two types of small group reading instruction—guided reading and book clubs. Learn why guided reading is important and the procedures needed for effective implementation. Book clubs are another form of small groups that are student centered. If you’re looking to breathe new life into your reading instruction, book clubs can make it happen. 5 hours Cost: None

Course Number:

3807

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Rhonda.hayes10@gmail.com; rhayes@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 40


Topic:

3rd & 4th Grade Math Collaborative

Date(s):

September 16, 2021

Time:

8:30 – 3:00

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Dr. Marcia Williams & Dr. Sandy Bales

Description:

Contact Hours:

Virtual and Face-to-Face: All 3rd and 4th grade teachers, paraprofessionals and any teacher working with elementary grade students in math will engage in exploring the 2022 new math standards. Discussions will include what to keep, donate, or discard in regards to current standards. All participants will leave with new ideas to use the next day in class. 6 hours Cost: Free

Course Number:

3744

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other: IEP & Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Marcia Williams - mwilliams@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 41


Topic:

5th, 6th, and 7th Grade Math Collaborative

Date(s):

September 23, 2021

Time:

8:30 – 3:00

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Dr. Marcia Williams & Ms. Melissa Stewart

Description:

Contact Hours:

Virtual and Face-to-Face: All 5th, 6th, and 7th grade teachers, teamteachers, paraprofessionals and any teacher working with upper elementary and middle grade students in math will engage in exploring the 2022 new math standards. Discussions will include what to keep, donate, or discard in regards to current standards. All participants will leave with new ideas to use the next day in class. 6 hours Cost: Free

Course Number:

3809

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other: IEP & Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Marcia Williams - mwilliams@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 42


Topic:

8th & 9th Grade Math Collaborative

Date(s):

September 30, 2021

Time:

8:30 – 3:00

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Dr. Marcia Williams & Ms. Melissa Stewart

Description:

Contact Hours:

Virtual and Face-to-Face: All mathematics teachers of 8th and 9th grade students (excluding geometry) will engage in exploring the 2022 new math standards. Discussions will include what to keep, donate, or discard in regards to current standards. All participants will leave with new ideas to use the next day in class. 6 hours Cost: Free

Course Number:

3810

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other: IEP & Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☐

Marcia Williams - mwilliams@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 43


Topic:

10th – 12th Grade Math Collaborative

Date(s):

October 7, 2021

Time:

8:30 – 3:00 Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Location:

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Dr. Marcia Williams & Ms. Melissa Stewart

Description:

Contact Hours:

Virtual and Face-to-Face: All mathematics teachers of 10th - 12th grade students (including geometry) will engage in exploring the 2022 new math standards. Discussions will include what to keep, donate, or discard in regards to current standards. All participants will leave with new ideas to use the next day in class. 6 hours Cost: Free

Course Number:

3811

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other: IEP & Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

☐ ☒ ☒ ☐ ☐ ☐

Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☒

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☐

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☐

Marcia Williams - mwilliams@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 44


Topic:

K-2 Math Collaborative

Date(s):

September 9, 2021

Time:

8:30 – 3:00 Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Location:

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Dr. Marcia Williams & Dr. Sandy Bales

Description:

Contact Hours:

Virtual and Face-to-Face: All K-2 teachers, paraprofessionals and any teacher working with primary grade students in math will engage in exploring the 2022 new math standards. Discussions will include what to keep, donate, or discard in regards to current standards. All participants will leave with new ideas to use the next day in class. 6 hours Cost: Free

Course Number:

3743

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other: IEP & Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

☒ ☐ ☒ ☐ ☐ ☐

Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☒

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☐

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☐

Marcia Williams - mwilliams@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 45


Topic:

Mental Health First Aid Training

Date(s):

September 24, 2021

Time:

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Meg McDuffie, Leigh Anne Myers, Stacia Dillin

Description:

Contact Hours:

Teaches you how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Helps you identify, understand, and respond to signs of addictions and mental illnesses. Develop an understanding of different mental illnesses and addictions, how they affect a person’s life, and what helps individuals get well. Learn about recovery and resiliency – the belief that individuals can and do get better, and use their strengths to stay well. 8 Hours Cost:$20.00

Course Number:

3787

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Hannah Tallent htallent@pioneerresa.org/ 706.865.2141 ext. 228

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 46


Topic:

Mental Health First Aid Training

Date(s):

February 25, 2022

Time:

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Meg McDuffie, Leigh Anne Myers, Stacia Dillin

Description:

Contact Hours:

Teaches you how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Helps you identify, understand, and respond to signs of addictions and mental illnesses. Develop an understanding of different mental illnesses and addictions, how they affect a person’s life, and what helps individuals get well. Learn about recovery and resiliency – the belief that individuals can and do get better, and use their strengths to stay well. 8 Hours Cost:$20.00

Course Number:

3788

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

☒ ☐ ☐ ☒ ☒

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☒

Hannah Tallent htallent@pioneerresa.org/ 706.865.2141 ext. 228

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 47


Topic:

Reading Strategy Groups and Conferring

Date(s):

October 20, 9:00-3:00

Time:

9:00-3:00

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Rhonda Hayes

Description:

Contact Hours:

This course is primarily for teachers of grades 2-5. The teacher’s role in reading strategy groups is to bring a group of students together that share a common need. Participants will learn how to effectively use strategy groups and the “what” and the “why” of conferring during readers’ workshop. 5 Cost: None

Course Number:

3808

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Rhonda.hayes10@gmail.com; rhayes@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic: Date(s):

RUNNING RECORD TRAINING AND USING THEM TO ACCELERATE STUDENT LEARNING September 1, 2021

Time:

9:00-3:00

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Rhonda Hayes

Description:

Contact Hours:

Attend this course and learn how to code, score, and analyze running records. Participants will also learn how to give specific feedback to students. When you use them effectively, running records can really help you move the needle. This course is especially for teachers of grades K-2, although if you have not had running record training and you teach reading, this is a must have course. 5 Cost: None

Course Number:

3806

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Rhonda.hayes10@gmail.com; rhayes@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

SLDS Overview with New Teachers

Date(s):

August 23, 2021

Time:

9:00 am-12 noon Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Location:

Room:

Boardroom

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce

Description: Contact Hours:

This session will provide an overview as well as updates for SLDS. Teachers will need to bring their laptops. 4 hrs. Cost: 0

Course Number:

3773

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Jan Pearce: jpearce@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

STEM Endorsement – STEM Strategies/Course 1 of 3

Date(s):

September - December 2021

Time:

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Location:

Zoom

Room:

Virtual

Facilitator:

Dr. Michael E. Bush

Description:

Contact Hours:

A 50-hour (5 PLU) course composed of a variety of modules and activities. It begins the STEM endorsement program of study. The course is designed to engage candidates in the study of STEM instructional components. The course will prepare candidates to enter STEM Practices. This course will provide a strong emphasis on the development and implementation of the inquiry process for STEM lesson development. 50 Cost: $350 – Members/$450 – Non-Members

Course Number:

3768

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Dr. Michael E. Bush at mbush@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

STEM Endorsement – STEM Practices/Course 2 of 3

Date(s):

January 2022 - May 2022

Time:

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

Location:

Zoom

Room:

Virtual

Facilitator:

Dr. Michael E. Bush

Description:

Contact Hours:

STEM Practices is Course 2 of a two-course program leading to a STEM Endorsement. 50-hour (5 PLU) course composed of a variety of modules and activities. It targets methods and materials for classroom implementation of STEM in K-12 grade levels. STEM Practices will engage in the study of STEM curriculum development and evaluation. The course will result in implementation ready project-based, problem-based, and place-based STEM lesson plans and performance rubrics. 50 Cost: $350 – Members/$450 – Non-Members

Course Number:

3769

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: Dr. Michael E. Bush at mbush@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

STEM Endorsement – STEM Immersion Experience/Course 3 of 3

Date(s):

January 2022 – December May 2022

Time:

5:00 – 7:00

Location:

Zoom

Room:

Virtual

Facilitator:

Dr. Michael E. Bush

Description:

Contact Hours:

The STEM Immersion Experience is a 20-hour (2 PLU) experience composed of on-site and/or online opportunities. It is a comprehensive authentic experience providing candidates with an opportunity to expand beyond the boundaries of the classroom in order to better understand the role of STEM practices in the real world. Components of the STEM Immersion Experience may be completed in conjunction with STEM Practices. 50 Cost: $350 – Members/$450 – Non-Members

Course Number:

3770

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

☒ ☒ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Dr. Michael Bush at mbush@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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TECHNOLOGY “Technology will not replace great teachers, but technology in the hands of great teachers can be transformational.” George Couros


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Topic:

Buff Nuggets and Tech for Admins

Date(s):

Aug. 26, 2021 - All other dates will be determined after first date.

Time:

3:30PM

Location:

Online

Facilitator:

Brian Buffington

Description:

Brian Buffington will be offering bite-sized PD for school leaders starting in August. Each month, leaders are encouraged to tune in and learn a new skill/app/strategy to help them in areas such as: time management, communication, climate, instruction and more. Some months will feature other regional speakers. For those interested, this can be a coaching opportunity, allowing admins to implement new ideas, while Brian and other attendees give feedback. Info at: bit.ly/PRESAtech

Contact Hours:

Room: Virtual

30 minutes

Course Number:

3837

Prerequisites:

N/A

Cost:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: bbuffington@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Buff Nuggets and Tech for New Teachers

Date(s):

Aug. 27, 2021 , All other dates will be determined after first date.

Time:

3:30

Location:

Online

Room:

Virtual

Facilitator:

Brian Buffington

Description:

Brian Buffington will be offering bite-sized PD for NEW teachers starting in August. Each month, teachers are encouraged to tune in and learn a new skill/app/strategy to help them in areas such as: student-centered creative use of tech, teacher-centered tech, and classroom tech management. Some months will feature other regional speakers. This will be a coaching opportunity, allowing attendees to implement new ideas, while Brian and other attendees give feedback. Info at: bit.ly/PRESAtech

Contact Hours: Course Number:

30 minutes

Cost:

None

3836

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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bbuffington@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

A Parent’s Guide to Raising Digital Natives (2021 Edition)

Date(s):

12/7/21

Time:

8:00PM

Location:

Facebook LIVE

Room:

Virtual

Facilitator:

Brian Buffington

Description:

This is the perfect opportunity to stay current on trending technologies that today’s students are accessing. Learn how tech can help students achieve necessary 21st century skills, while also staying up-to-date with online dangers. Brian Buffington will be showcasing apps, websites, and hardware LIVE on Facebook to maximize parent participation. At the end of the livestream, a survey will also be given to collect data on specific system/school participation. That data will be shared with school admins. Flyers will be made available for schools in advance of the livestream.

Contact Hours:

1

Cost:

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

N/A

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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bbuffington@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Techy Teacher Share-A-Thon (Grades 6-12 Edition)

Date(s):

Aug. 31, 2021 - All other dates will be determined after first date.

Time:

3:30

Location:

Online

Room:

Virtual

Facilitator:

Brian Buffington

Description:

Brian Buffington will be facilitating a monthly virtual meeting for Grades 6-12 teachers who want to learn new techy tips and tricks from teachers across the region. Each month will showcase 1-2 teachers and how they are using tech to engage and inspire students. Lots of priority will be given to student-centered creative uses of tech. Info at: bit.ly/PRESAtech

Contact Hours: Course Number:

30 minutes

Cost:

None

3764

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

☒ ☒ ☒ ☐ ☐ ☐

Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☐ ☒ ☐ ☐ ☒

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

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bbuffington@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Techy Teacher Share-A-Thon (Grades K-5 Edition)

Date(s):

Aug 30, 2021 All other dates will be determined after first date.

Time:

3:30

Location:

Online

Room:

Virtual

Facilitator:

Brian Buffington

Description:

Brian Buffington will be facilitating a monthly virtual meeting for Grades 6-12 teachers who want to learn new techy tips and tricks from teachers across the region. Each month will showcase 1-2 teachers and how they are using tech to engage and inspire students. Lots of priority will be given to student-centered creative uses of tech. Info at: bit.ly/PRESAtech

Contact Hours: Course Number:

30 minutes

Cost:

None

3838

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

☒ ☐ ☒ ☐ ☐ ☐

Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

bbuffington@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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ONLINE LEARNING

“Online learning is not the next big thing; it is the now big thing.” Donna Abernathy


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Topic:

Online #1 – Constructive Discipline: Giving Directions That Students Will Follow

Date(s):

Self-Paced

Time:

Self-Paced

Location:

Online

Room:

Online

Facilitator:

CE Credits Assigned Instructor

Description:

In this self-paced, online course participants will learn theory, rationale and techniques for giving irresistible directives to students. This quick but powerful 4-step verbal tactic focuses attention on the student’s responsibility for his or her own positive outcome. Participants will receive instructions and an enrollment code via email to begin this course and will have 15 weeks to complete it after initial log-in.

Contact Hours:

15 Hours

Course Number:

3497

Cost:

$120.00

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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TKES Standards Supported: Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: Marilyn Delgado, mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 65


Topic:

Online #2 – Constructive Discipline: Stopping Disruptive Behavior

Date(s):

June 30, 2021

Time:

Self-Paced

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Facilitator: Description:

Holly Mauney You may begin All Online Course at any time. In this self-paced, online course participants will learn theory, rationale and techniques for giving irresistible directives to students. This quick but powerful 4-step verbal tactic focuses attention on the student’s responsibility for his or her own positive outcome. Participants will receive instructions and an enrollment code via email to begin this course and will have 15 weeks to complete it after initial log-in.

Contact Hours:

Hours

Course Number:

3498

Prerequisites:

None

15

Cost:

$120.00

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 66


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Online #3 – Constructive Discipline: Conducting the Parent Conference June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Facilitator: Description:

Holly Mauney You may begin All Online Course at any time. In this course participants will learn persuasive and effective strategies for difficult parent conferences. This 7-step interview will move parents toward becoming committed participants in the solution. Participants will receive instructions and an enrollment code via email to begin this selfpaced course. Students will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in.

Contact Hours:

Hours

Course Number:

3499

Prerequisites:

None

15

Cost:

$120.00

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 67


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Online #4 – Building Capacity for Effective Reading Instruction through Collaborative Inquiry June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Facilitator: Description:

Holly Mauney You may begin All Online Course at any time. Students who can read effectively and efficiently have a door-opening skill: an ability to decode, understand and successfully interact with information in a host of subject areas, and an opportunity to be a successful learner. The purpose of this course is to learn and apply specific coaching strategies in the teaching of reading. Effective coaching strategies are paired with intentional best practice in reading in an effort to grow both kinds of skills. This course will not address every aspect of reading instruction, nor is it intended as a course on a particular methodology of reading instruction.

Contact Hours:

Hours

Course Number:

3500

Prerequisites:

None

45

Cost:

$310.00

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 68


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Online #5 – Classroom and Behavior Management Strategies that Work June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney This course is designed to walk participants through the steps of creating a classroom culture plan that establishes an orderly yet exciting classroom where students can and want to do the hard work. The foundation of this course is uncovering what motivates students in order to ensure that what is communicated to them is relevant, meaningful and engaging. Strategies are also shared for developing positive and trusting peer-to-peer, teacher-to-student, and parent-teacher relationships. Throughout this course, participants will learn strategies for teaching students how to monitor and regulate their own behavior. Participants will receive an enrollment code via email and will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3501

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 69


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Online #6 – How to “Read & Write” in Math: Improving Problem Solving & Communication in Mathematics June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney In this course participants will learn how to create effective classroom learning experiences to help students solve word problems successfully, with skill and confidence, and describe their solution processes clearly so others can understand. Explore a wide range of instructional strategies for math problem solving and math communication. Learn to create exciting math lessons that are challenging and achievable for all your students. Participants will receive an enrollment code via email and will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3502

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 70


Topic:

Online #7 – Content-based Instructional Strategies for ELL

Date(s):

June 30, 2021

Time:

Self-Paced

Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney This course focuses on effective content-based instructional strategies for English language learners (ELL). Learn how to balance the dual focus on language and subject matter, and also learn a helpful framework for designing content-based classes and lessons. Examine different criteria for choosing and developing the content to teach, as well as factors influencing the choice, development, and adaptation of materials. Learn several useful activity types and how to integrate listening, speaking, reading, and writing in content-based instruction with students at different proficiency levels. Explore and learn how to implement technological resources available. You will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3503

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 71


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Online #8 – Developing Listening Comprehension in English Language Learners June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney This course explores a number of issues involved in helping learners to develop their listening comprehension of English as a second or foreign language. Participants will explore and understand factors that affect the success or failure of listening comprehension, examine an adaptable lesson template that can be used to develop the listening comprehension of students, and look at specific listening activities targeted at novice-level, intermediate-level, and advanced-level students. The course will also highlight effective assessment methods, including computerized testing of listening ability. You will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3504

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 72


Topic:

Online #9 – ELL Reading: Teaching Strategies for K-12

Date(s):

June 30, 2021

Time:

Self-Paced

Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney This course focuses on effective strategies for English language reading instruction. Learn practical techniques and methods for teaching reading in any ELL environment. Explore key issues related to the successful teaching of reading, such as the role of reading within an ELL curriculum and detailed classroom teaching techniques. Topics include, engagement, motivation, modeling, intensive and extensive reading, vocabulary challenges, comprehension skills, reading rate, reading strategies lesson planning, selecting materials and assessment. This course provides many practical approaches and strategies to improve teaching and learning in the ELL reading environment. You will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3505

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 73


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Online #10 – Meeting the Needs of English Language Learners in Your Classroom June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney This course provides teachers with the background necessary to meet the needs of students from different countries and cultures including encouraging intercultural exchanges, information about assessment and language learning process, cultural awareness and a wide range of techniques and suggestions for offering a high quality learning experience for ELLs. This course will give you the tools you need to better serve the English Language Learners who enter your classroom. You will have the tools you need to confidently welcome new language learners into your classroom and help them succeed. Participants will receive an enrollment code via email and will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3506

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 74


Topic:

Online #11 – Teaching English Language Learners: An Introduction

Date(s):

June 30, 2021

Time:

Self-Paced

Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney This course focuses on effective strategies for English language instruction. Participants will go beyond a one-size-fits-all approach to explore and implement innovative ways of teaching vocabulary and grammar, listening and speaking, reading and writing, and designing fair and accurate assessments. Learn more about ELL (English language learner) students and their needs and how to choose the most appropriate materials and activities for the classroom. Explore how teachers can choose and fine-tune the principles that exactly fit their teaching situation. Participants will rethink the traditional native vs. non-native distinction. You will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3507

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 75


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Online #12 – Preventing (Cyber) Bullying: Creating Safe Schools for All Students June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney When students don’t feel safe in school, they don’t thrive academically, socially and emotionally. Participants in this course will be equipped with the knowledge and tools to build safe school communities, empower students to move from bystander to advocate and use character development and social-emotional learning to build stronger school communities. Participants will leave the course with a framework for implementing classroom meetings to foster a positive climate to prevent bullying in and out of the classroom. Participants will receive an enrollment code via email and will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3508

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 76


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Online #13 – Creating Compassionate Classrooms: Overcoming Adverse Childhood Events June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney Creating Compassionate Classrooms provides you with an understanding of how adverse childhood experiences and other barriers to learning can be overcome by the adoption of compassionate methodologies. Evidence from disciplines including social services, education, neurobiology and public health demonstrate the effectiveness of the compassionate approach. In this course you will find tools, strategies and resources to create a compassionate classroom. Participants will receive an enrollment code via email and will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3509

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 77


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Online #14–Developing Students' Mindfulness Practice to Support Engagement Self-Regulation & Achievement June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney Mindfulness, or paying attention to the present moment without judgment, has been shown to support students in meeting the academic demands and pressures of an increasingly changing and challenging world. This course will support teachers in understanding and employing mindful strategies that help them be more responsive to their students’ needs. The course prepares educators to weave simple and effective mindfulness activities into their classroom on a daily basis. Participants will receive an enrollment code via email and will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial login. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3510

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 78


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Online #15 – Integrating Response to Intervention, PLCs and Differentiating Instruction to Improve Through Understanding June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney The teaching profession is changing rapidly. This course details how a teacher, required to teach differently to conform to this new and complex environment can thrive as a result of understanding the fundamental policy shifts that got us here. Moreover, the teacher taking this course will take away concrete methodologies and strategies she can immediately use in any teaching assignment. Through understanding policy shifts and exploring the best practices in Response to Intervention (RtI), Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) and gaining ideas on how to best deploy the rich learning and teaching strategies through Differentiated Instruction (DI), the teacher consuming this class will gain tools to make herself a powerful, effective educator. Participants will have 15 weeks to complete the course. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3511

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 79


Topic:

Online #16 – Understanding and Combating Math Anxiety

Date(s):

June 30, 2021

Time:

Self-Paced

Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney Math anxiety is a pervasive problem faced by STEM students and teachers. Math anxiety undermines student performance and interest in math, discourage students from pursuing math-related careers and reduces teaching self-efficacy among STEM teachers. Recent research has revealed important insights into the causes of math anxiety as well simple strategies that can mitigate its effects. Participants will receive an enrollment code via email and will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 15 Cost: $120.00

Course Number:

3512

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 80


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Online #17 – Differentiating Instruction in the 21st Century Classroom June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney This course is guided by the essential question “How can we create powerful learning experiences to meet the wide range of student needs in the 21st century classroom?” and presents differentiation as a solution for answering this essential question. The research is clear that a one-size-fits-all approach to learning is not effective. This course will provide educators with the tools necessary to implement differentiation effectively in their classrooms. Participants will receive an enrollment code via email and will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3513

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 81


Topic:

Online #18 – Project Based Learning for All Classrooms

Date(s):

June 30, 2021

Time:

Self-Paced

Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney Project based learning (PBL) is a teaching method that, when implemented successfully, can prepare our students for a world we can’t yet imagine. With PBL, we can teach our students the 21st century skills they will need for the jobs of the future. PBL focuses teaching and learning around engaging, real-world contexts and problems. Tying content to real-world issues makes the rationale for learning transparent to students, and sets them up to draw connections between what they’re doing in school to what they will need to do in life and career later. Participants will receive an enrollment code via email and will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3514

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 82


Topic:

Online #19 – Engaging Parents to Increase Student Achievement

Date(s):

June 30, 2021

Time:

Self-Paced

Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney This course is designed to teach participants how to engage families in meaningful ways regardless of circumstances or parent population, and is founded on the mindset that all parents ultimately want to partner with teachers in supporting their child’s education and overall success. This course covers such topics as building strong relationships, establishing trust, employing effective communication systems, and planning and executing conferences effectively. Participants will learn how to have difficult or ‘crucial’ conversations in order to appropriately address scenarios in which emotions are strong, opinions vary and stakes are high. Participants will receive an enrollment code via email and will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3515

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 83


Topic: Date(s): Time: Location:

Facilitator: Description:

Online #20 – Implementing Peer Coaching to Improve Teaching and Learning June 30, 2021 Self-Paced Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Online

Contact Hours:

Holly Mauney There are multiple opportunities for teachers to grow professionally and improve their professional teaching practice. This course supports that effort by empowering teacher to incorporate a peer coaching model into their regular instructional practice. Participants will learn how to effectively utilize planning tools, such as the Peer Coaching Action Plan, the collaborative Lesson Planning form and the Coaching Conference form through the course. Learners will gain effective methods of data analysis and observation to drive achievable goals and meaningful outcomes. Participants will receive an enrollment code via email and will have 15 weeks to complete the course after initial log-in. Hours 45 Cost: $310.00

Course Number:

3516

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: mdelgado@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 84


SCHOOL CLIMATE “Every kid is one caring adult away from being a success story.” Unknown


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Topic:

FBA/BIP Toolbox

Date(s):

Sept. 14, 21, 28, Oct. 5,12, 19, 26, Nov. 2,9,16

Time:

11:00 am-12:30 pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Virtual

Facilitator:

Jessica Burger, Meg McDuffie

Description:

Contact Hours:

Behavior impacts student’s ability to successfully complete school and graduate. How do you determine the function of a behavior (FBA) and develop function based interventions (BIP) that promote academic success and graduation? This session will include a step-by-step approach and toolbox to guide individuals through the FBA/BIP process. Participants will be provided numerous tools and resources to utilize in the FBA/BIP process. 15 hours Cost: N/A

Course Number:

3804

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Hannah Tallent htallent@pioneerresa.org/ 706.865.2141 ext. 228

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

The facilitator will inform participants should the need arise to change the format of the training (face-to-face, virtual, hybrid). 87


Topic:

Mental Health First Aid Training

Date(s):

September 24, 2021

Time:

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Meg McDuffie, Leigh Anne Myers, Stacia Dillin

Description:

Contact Hours:

Teaches you how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Helps you identify, understand, and respond to signs of addictions and mental illnesses. Develop an understanding of different mental illnesses and addictions, how they affect a person’s life, and what helps individuals get well. Learn about recovery and resiliency – the belief that individuals can and do get better, and use their strengths to stay well. 8 Hours Cost:$20.00

Course Number:

3787

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Hannah Tallent htallent@pioneerresa.org/ 706.865.2141 ext. 228

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Mental Health First Aid Training

Date(s):

February 25, 2022

Time:

8:30 am-4:30 pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Rooms A & B

Facilitator:

Meg McDuffie, Leigh Anne Myers, Stacia Dillin

Description:

Contact Hours:

Teaches you how to help someone who is developing a mental health problem or experiencing a mental health crisis. Helps you identify, understand, and respond to signs of addictions and mental illnesses. Develop an understanding of different mental illnesses and addictions, how they affect a person’s life, and what helps individuals get well. Learn about recovery and resiliency – the belief that individuals can and do get better, and use their strengths to stay well. 8 Hours Cost:$20.00

Course Number:

3788

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☒

Hannah Tallent htallent@pioneerresa.org/ 706.865.2141 ext. 228

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

PBIS Classroom Systems Training

Date(s):

As needed by request from PBIS DC

Time:

8:00am – 4:00pm

Location:

To be determined with School Climate Specialist and District Coordinator

Facilitator:

Dr. Jason Kaup, School Climate Specialist

Description:

Contact Hours:

PBIS Classroom systems training is for currently implementing teams with emerging or operational status. Readiness activities will precede training with support and coaching throughout the process. During the Classroom Systems training teams will participate in one full day face to face training and a half-day online follow-up. Classroom Systems training addresses: Rules and Routings, Acknowledgement System, Consequence System for Academic Engagement, Instructional Practices for Student Engagement, and Action Planning for Implementation. 7.5 Cost: No cost

Course Number:

N/A

Room: Choose a room.

Prerequisites:

Tier I implementation at Emerging or Operational Level (Operational preferred). Consult your District Coordinator to schedule this training. Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : District Coordinators and School

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Coaches LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: Dr. Jason Kaup, jkaup@pioneerresa.org, (706)219-7514 To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

PBIS One Day Booster Training

Date(s):

As needed based on DC request

Time:

8:30am – 3:30pm

Location:

TBD by DC and SCS

Facilitator:

Dr. Jason Kaup, School Climate Specialist

Description:

PBIS One Day Booster training is for currently implementing teams who have had high turnover, or have a need to revisit the 10 critical elements presented in Tier I training. Pioneer RESA School Climate Specialists and the District Coordinator coordinate the training process. The booster training is developed based on the needs identified by the PBIS team and/or district coordinator.

Contact Hours:

7.5

Room:

Cost:

Choose a room.

No cost

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

Tier I implementation at Emerging or Operational Level

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

For additional information contact: Dr. Jason Kaup, jkaup@pioneerresa.org, (706)219-7514 To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

PBIS SWIS Data System Training

Date(s):

TBD as needed for PBIS Teams

Time:

Scheduled by PBIS DC and School Climate Specialist

Location:

TBD by PBIS DC and SCS

Facilitator:

Dr. Jason Kaup, PBIS School Climate Specialist

Description:

PBIS SWIS Data System Training uses the SWIFT at SWIS training curriculum to train new users to enter data, navigate the reports, and use data drilldown for team decision making. All SWIS users must have SWIS training to receive a Username and Password for access to their schools SWIS account.

Contact Hours:

3

Cost:

Room:

No Cost

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

Tier I Schoolwide PBIS at trained, emerging, or operational level

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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☐ ☐ ☒ ☐

For additional information contact: Dr. Jason Kaup, jkaup@pioneerresa.org, (706)219-7514 To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

PBIS SWIS Data System Training

Date(s):

TBD

Time:

3 hour block TBD by DC and SCS TBD by DC and SCS

Location:

Room:

Choose a room

Facilitator:

Dr. Jason Kaup, PBIS School Climate Specialist

Description:

PBIS SWIS Data System Training uses the SWIFT at SWIS training curriculum to train new users to enter data, navigate the reports, and use data drilldown for team decision making. All SWIS users must have SWIS training to receive a Username and Password for access to their schools SWIS account

Contact Hours:

3

Cost:

No cost

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

Tier I School Wide PBIS at Trained, Emerging, or Operational Level

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

☒ ☒ ☒ ☐ ☐ ☐

Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

☐ ☐ ☐ ☒ ☐

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

Dr. Jason Kaup, jkaup@pioneerresa.org, (706)219-7514

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

PBIS Tier I Training

Date(s):

As needed by request from PBIS DC or Principal

Time:

8:00am – 4:30pm

Location:

To be determined with School Climate Specialist and District Coordinator

Facilitator:

Dr. Jason Kaup, School Climate Specialist

Description:

Tier I training is a multi-day training for PBIS schools prior to the initial implementation. Pioneer RESA School Climate Specialists and the District Coordinator coordinate the training process. Readiness activities will precede training with support and coaching throughout the process. During the Tier I training the 10 Critical Elements will be presented and teams will prepare an action plan for rollout throughout the training.

Contact Hours:

Room: Choose a room.

N/A

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

District and School PBIS Agreements

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : District Coordinators and School

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

Coaches LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

☐ ☒ ☐ ☐

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

For additional information contact: Dr. Jason Kaup, jkaup@pioneerresa.org, (706)219-7514 To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

PBIS Tier II Training

Date(s):

As needed by request from PBIS DC or School Coach

Time:

9:00am – 4:30pm

Location:

To be determined with School Climate Specialist and District Coordinator

Facilitator:

Dr. Jason Kaup, School Climate Specialist

Description:

Contact Hours:

PBIS Tier II training is for currently implementing teams. School Climate Specialist and the District Coordinator coordinate the training process. Readiness activities will precede training with support and coaching throughout the process. The PBIS Tier II team will focus on targeted intervention based on schoolwide data. Tier II training will address identification of students for Tier II support, screening process, applied behavior analysis, evidence based interventions, monitoring student progress, response to intervention/decision points, and planning for staff professional development. N/A Cost: No cost

Course Number:

N/A

Room: Choose a room.

Prerequisites:

Tier I implementation at Emerging or Operational Level (Operational Preferred) Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership ☐ Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle ☐ Office & Support Staff ☐ School Psychologist/Counselors ☐ Media Specialist ☐ Other : District Coordinators and School Coaches LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

For additional information contact: Dr. Jason Kaup, jkaup@pioneerresa.org, (706)219-7514 To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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JOB-ALIKES “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.” Helen Keller


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Topic:

Accounts Payable Job Alike

Date(s):

November 11, 2021; April 19, 2022

Time:

9:00am – 12:00pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Kristie Dover

Description:

Discuss common concerns and issues. Share ideas, resources, and information. Disseminate news from local, state, and federal resources. Engage in collaborative professional development and problem solving efforts relative to how specific job rolls can improve performance levels. 3 hours Cost: No Cost

Contact Hours: Course Number: Prerequisites:

Room:

Room B

Course number not required. Register through email and Google forms with kdover@pioneerresa.org None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: kdover@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Coaches Academy – 2021-2022

Date(s):

Fall – September 28, 2021; Spring – March 3, 2022

Time:

9:00AM – 3:00PM

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Dr. Marcia Williams

Description:

Contact Hours:

Virtual and Face-to-Face: Pioneer RESA 2021-2022 Coaches Academy will continue to provide a time for collaboration and system-sharing among attendees. Updated information of the Georgia Standards of Excellence in all subjects, along with best practices and leadership strategies will be presented to strengthen instructional leadership skills for academic coaches and instructional lead teachers. 6 hours Cost: Free

Course Number:

Fall 3801 - Spring 3802

Prerequisites:

None

Room:

Rooms A & B

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: Marcia Williams – mwilliams@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

CTAE Administrators Job Alike

Date(s):

Dates to be Determined

Time:

TBA

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Bobby Whitlock

Description:

Contact Hours:

The purpose of the job-alike is to discuss common concerns and issues, to share ideas and resources, to disseminate news from local, state, and federal resources, and to engage in collaborative professional development relative to specific jobs. 3 hours each Cost: N/A

Course Number:

Registration Not Required

Room: TBD

Tech Lab

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: bwhitlock@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Facility/School Safety Job Alike

Date(s):

September 2, 2021

Time:

TBD

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Doug Fields and Bobby Whitlock

Description:

Contact Hours:

The purpose of this group is to discuss common concerns and issues, share ideas, resources, and information, disseminate news for local, state, and federal sources and to engage in collaborative professional development and problem solving efforts relative to how specific roles can improve performance of daily duties. TBD Cost: Free

Course Number:

N/A

Room: TBD

Tech Lab

Prerequisites: Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Facility and Safety Directors LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

X ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

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For additional information contact: Doug Fields or Bobby Whitlock To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Finance Director Job Alike

Date(s):

October 21, 2021 & March 10, 2022

Time:

9:00am – 12:00pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Kristie Dover

Description:

Discuss common concerns and issues. Share ideas, resources, and information. Disseminate news from local, state, and federal resources. Engage in collaborative professional development and problem solving efforts relative to how specific job rolls can improve performance levels. 3 hours Cost: No Cost

Contact Hours: Course Number: Prerequisites:

Room:

Board Room

Course number not required. Register through email and Google forms with kdover@pioneerresa.org None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

For additional information contact: kdover@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

GACIS

Date(s):

August 25, 2021; November 10, 2021; January 12, 2022; March 2, 2022

Time:

9:00-1:00

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Jan Pearce

Description:

Contact Hours:

The mission of the Georgia Association of Curriculum and Instructional Supervisors (GACIS) is to advocate for excellence in public education by providing visionary leadership and professional learning that ensures a rigorous, performance-based curriculum and high quality instruction for all students. 5 hrs. per meeting Cost: 0

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

None

Room:

Room A

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: jpearce@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Human Resources Directors

Date(s):

September 16, 2021; December 2, 2021; February 17, 2022; March 17, 2022; April 21, 2022 9:00am – 12:00pm

Time: Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Room: Board Room & Tech Lab

Facilitator:

TBD

Description:

Contact Hours:

The purpose of the job-alike is to discuss common concerns and issues, to share ideas and resources, to disseminate news from local, state and federal resources, and to engage in collaborative professional development relative to specific jobs. 3 hours Cost: none

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

N/A

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership ☒ Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle ☐ Office & Support Staff ☐ School Psychologist/Counselors ☐ Media Specialist ☐ Other : Directors of Health Services and School

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

Nurses LKES Standards Supported:

Check all that apply

Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

☐ ☐ ☐ ☒

☒ ☐ ☒ ☒

For additional information contact: TBD To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Nutrition Bookkeeper Job Alike

Date(s):

November 16, 2021; April 14, 2022

Time:

9:00am – 12:00pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Kristie Dover

Description:

Discuss common concerns and issues. Share ideas, resources, and information. Disseminate news from local, state, and federal resources. Engage in collaborative professional development and problem solving efforts relative to how specific job rolls can improve performance levels. 3 hours Cost: No Cost

Contact Hours: Course Number: Prerequisites:

Room:

Room B

Course number not required. Register through email and Google forms with kdover@pioneerresa.org None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

☒ ☐ ☒ ☐ ☐

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

For additional information contact: kdover@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

School Nutrition Directors

Date(s):

September 14, 2021; November 9, 2021; January 25, 2022; March 22, 2022; May 10, 2022 9:00am – 12:00pm

Time: Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Room:

Board Room

Facilitator:

TBD

Description:

Contact Hours:

The purpose of the job-alike is to discuss common concerns and issues, to share ideas and resources, to disseminate news from local, state and federal resources, and to engage in collaborative professional development relative to specific jobs. 3 hours Cost: none

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

N/A

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership ☒ Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle ☐ Office & Support Staff ☐ School Psychologist/Counselors ☐ Media Specialist ☐ Other : Directors of Health Services and School

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

Nurses LKES Standards Supported:

Check all that apply

Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: TBD To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Payroll & Benefits Job Alike

Date(s):

October 5, 2021; December 7, 2021; March 15, 2022; May 10, 2022

Time:

9:00am – 12:00pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Kristie Dover

Description:

Discuss common concerns and issues. Share ideas, resources, and information. Disseminate news from local, state, and federal resources. Engage in collaborative professional development and problem solving efforts relative to how specific job rolls can improve performance levels. 3 hours Cost: No Cost

Contact Hours: Course Number: Prerequisites:

Room:

Room B

Course number not required. Register through email and Google forms with kdover@pioneerresa.org None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: kdover@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

PBIS District Coordinator and School Coach Job-Alike

Date(s):

TBD Quarterly

Time:

9:00am-11:30am

Location:

Pioneer RESA for F2F Zoom for Virtual

Facilitator:

Dr. Jason Kaup, Pioneer RESA School Climate Specialist

Description:

The purpose of the PBIS District Coordinator and School Coach JobAlike is to share timely and relevant information regarding PBIS implementation, coaching, and support services. Additionally, participants engage in collaborative professional development and problem solving relative to how specific job roles can enhance PBIS coaching and services delivered within the schools and districts.

Contact Hours: Course Number: Prerequisites:

10

Cost:

Room:

Face-to-face and Virtual

No cost

Registration not required, please email Jason Kaup at jkaup@pioneerresa.org if you plan to attend PBIS DC, School Coach, or exploring PBIS implementation

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : PBIS School Coaches LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: Dr. Jason Kaup, jkaup@pioneerresa.org, (706)219-7514 To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

School Bookkeeper Job Alike

Date(s):

October 26, 2021; March 29, 2022

Time:

9:00am – 12:00pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Kristie Dover

Description:

Discuss common concerns and issues. Share ideas, resources, and information. Disseminate news from local, state, and federal resources. Engage in collaborative professional development and problem solving efforts relative to how specific job rolls can improve performance levels. 3 hours Cost: No Cost

Contact Hours: Course Number: Prerequisites:

Room:

Rooms A & B

Course number not required. Register through email and Google forms with kdover@pioneerresa.org None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: kdover@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Director of Health Services/School Nurses Job Alike

Date(s):

September 8, 2021; December 7, 2021; February 8, 2022; May 3, 2022

Time:

9:00am – 12:00pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

TBD

Description:

Contact Hours:

The purpose of the job-alike is to discuss common concerns and issues, to share ideas and resources, to disseminate news from local, state and federal resources, and to engage in collaborative professional development relative to specific jobs. 3 hours Cost: none

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

N/A

Room: Tech Lab

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership ☐ Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle ☐ Office & Support Staff ☐ School Psychologist/Counselors ☐ Media Specialist ☐ Other : Directors of Health Services and School

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Nurses LKES Standards Supported:

Check all that apply

Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: TBD To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Technology Directors Job-alike

Date(s):

To Be Determined

Time:

9:00AM

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

Brian Buffington

Description:

Technology Directors meet throughout the year to discuss current issues, collaborate and network with others, and learn from guest speakers. Meetings may take place at PRESA or virtually.

Contact Hours:

3

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

N/A

Cost:

Room:

Room A

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Click here to enter text. LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: bbuffington@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Title III/ESOL Directors

Date(s):

September 30, 2021; March 24, 2022

Time:

9:00am – 12:00pm

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Facilitator:

TBD

Description:

Contact Hours:

The purpose of the job-alike is to discuss common concerns and issues, to share ideas and resources, to disseminate news from local, state and federal resources, and to engage in collaborative professional development relative to specific jobs. 3 hours Cost: none

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

N/A

Room:

Board Room

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership ☒ Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle ☐ Office & Support Staff ☐ School Psychologist/Counselors ☐ Media Specialist ☐ Other : Directors of Health Services and School

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Nurses LKES Standards Supported:

Check all that apply

Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: TBD To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Transportation Directors Job-Alike

Date(s):

September 2, October 7, November 4, December 2, 2021 January 13, February 3, March 3, April 7, May 5, 2022 10:00 – 12:00

Time: Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Boardroom

Facilitator:

P.J. Huggins

Description:

Contact Hours:

The purpose of the job-alike is to discuss common concerns and issues, to share ideas and resources, to disseminate news from local, state, and federal resources, and to engage in collaborative professional development relative to specific jobs. 3 Cost: None

Course Number:

Registration Not Required

Prerequisites:

None

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : Transportation Director TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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pj.huggins@hallco.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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Topic:

Wraparound Services Job Alike

Date(s):

08/18/21; 09/29/21; 11/10/21; 01/12/22; 02/23/22; 04/13/22; 06/01/21 9:00 am to 12:00 pm

Time: Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Room:

Tech Lab

Facilitator:

Teresa Hearn

Description:

Contact Hours:

District and school wraparound services coordinator or appointee meet approximately every six weeks to: explore process for implementation of wraparound service services and support; discuss common concerns and issues; share ideas, resources, and information; engage in collaborative professional development and problem solving efforts. N/A Cost: N/A

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

N/A

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership ☒ Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle ☐ Office & Support Staff ☐ School Psychologist/Counselors ☒ Media Specialist ☐ Other : SSW, Family Engagement Coordinators,

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Family Connection Coordinators, School Nurses LKES Standards Supported: Instructional Leadership School Climate Planning and Assessment Organizational Management

Check all that apply Human Resources Management Teacher/Staff Evaluation Professionalism Communication and Community Relations

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For additional information contact: thearn@pioneerresa.org/ 706-865-2141 ext. 252 To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/ : Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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OFFICE & SUPPORT STAFF “Never stop learning because life never stops teaching.” Unknown


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Topic:

GACE Paraprofessional Test

Date(s):

Monthly

Time:

9:00 – 12:00 & 1:00 – 4:00 Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Location:

Room:

Tech Lab

Facilitator: Description:

Marilyn Delgado The Paraprofessional assessment test is for prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. This test measures skills and knowledge in reading, mathematics and writing as well as the ability to apply those skills and knowledge to assist in classroom instruction.

Contact Hours:

Hours 3

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

None

Cost:

53.00

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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mdelgado@pioneerresa.org

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Topic:

Substitute Teacher Training

Date(s):

7/9/2021; 8/20/2021; 9/17/2021; 10/15/2021; 11/12/2021; 1/14/2022; 2/18/2022; 3/18/2022; 4/15/2022 8:30am - Noon

Time: Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528 (or edit)

Room:

Varies

Facilitator:

Pioneer RESA Staff

Description:

These workshops meet the required training to become a substitute teacher in Georgia. Participants will receive a certificate of completion at the end of the session. Participants should only register for one session. 4 hours Cost: $50.00

Contact Hours: Course Number: Prerequisites:

July - 3790, Aug.- 3791, Sept.- 3792, Oct.- 3793, Nov.- 3794, Jan.- 3795, Feb.- 3796, March - 3797, April - 3798 Minimum of a high school diploma or GED

Intended Audience(s): Check all that apply Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other : IEP and Intervention Teachers TKES Standards Supported:

Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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Check all that apply

Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Pioneer RESA Professional Learning Office at (706)865-2141

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course.

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ENDORSEMENTS “Who dares to TEACH must never cease to LEARN.” John Cotton Dana


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Topic:

Coaching Endorsement

Date(s):

Dates vary by cohort. Endorsement may be completed in one year.

Time:

Evenings

Location:

Pioneer RESA 1342 Hwy 254 Cleveland, GA 30528

Room:

TBD

Facilitator:

Instructor Assigned as needed

Description:

The Coaching Endorsement program consists of two classes offered through blended format of f2f and online classes. The second course consists primarily of an on-the-job practicum. The individual with the Coaching Endorsement has strengthened and enhanced competency levels to supervise college students to mentor/coach teachers holding Intern certificates, and to coach those seeking educational leadership positions. Participants gain the knowledge, skills, and dispositions to develop, maintain, and implement an effective coaching program. The Coaching Endorsement meets one of the qualifications required for the Lead Professional certificate.

Contact Hours:

10 PLUs

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

Level 4 or higher professional teaching, service, or leadership certificate

Cost:

$350 per course plus books

Intended Audience(s): Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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TKES Standards Supported: Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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For additional information contact: Holly Mauney, hmauney@pioneerresa.org To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 123


Topic:

ESOL Endorsement

Date(s):

Dates vary by cohort. Endorsement may be completed in one year.

Time:

Evenings

Location:

Varies; Cohorts are hosted in the school systems

Room:

Choose a room

Facilitator:

Instructors are assigned as needed

Description:

This 15 PLU endorsement program consists of three classes offered through a blended format of f2f and online classes. The endorsement prepares teachers to meet the unique needs of students whose primary language is not English. Holders of the ESOL endorsement may provide direct services to ELL students.

Contact Hours:

15 PLUs

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

Teaching certificate (level 4 or higher) in any GA teaching field or a Permit in the Foreign Language field

Cost:

Contact Holly Mauney for costs

Intended Audience(s): Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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TKES Standards Supported: Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Topic:

Gifted Endorsement

Date(s):

Dates vary by cohort. Endorsement may be completed in one year.

Time:

Evenings

Location:

Varies; Cohorts are hosted In the school systems

Room:

Choose a room

Facilitator:

Instructors are assigned as needed

Description:

This 15 PLU endorsement program consists of four classes offered through a blended format of f2f and online classes. The endorsement prepares teachers to meet the needs of gifted students. Holders of the gifted endorsement may provide direct services to gifted students in the subjects & grade levels of their base certificates.

Contact Hours:

15 PLUs

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

Teaching certificate (level 4 or higher) in any GA teaching field

Cost:

Contact Holly Mauney for costs

Intended Audience(s): Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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TKES Standards Supported: Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Holly Mauney, hmauney@pioneerresa.org

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Topic:

K-5 Mathematics Endorsement

Date(s):

Dates vary by cohort. Endorsement may be completed in one year.

Time:

Evenings

Location:

Varies; Cohorts are hosted In the school systems

Room:

Choose a room

Facilitator:

Instructors are assigned as needed

Description:

Designed to strengthen K-5 math instruction by enhancing teacher mathematical content knowledge and instructional skills, this endorsement consists of three courses delivered through a blended model of f2f and online classes, including an authentic residency. (Number Relationships/Algebra, Spatial Relationships/Geometry, & Instructional Mathematics)

Contact Hours:

17 PLUs

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

Clear, renewable certificate in ECE, MG Math, Sped/ECE, or Special Ed with mathematics core academic content concentration

Cost:

Contact Holly Mauney for costs

Intended Audience(s): Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☒ ☒ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

TKES Standards Supported: Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Holly Mauney, hmauney@pioneerresa.org

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Topic:

K-5 Science Endorsement

Date(s):

Dates vary by cohort. Endorsement may be completed in one year.

Time:

Evenings

Location:

Varies; Cohorts are hosted In the school systems

Room:

Choose a room

Facilitator:

Instructors are assigned as needed

Description:

Designed to strengthen K-5 science instruction by enhancing teacher mathematical content knowledge and instructional skills, this endorsement consists of three courses delivered through a blended model of f2f and online classes, including an authentic residency. (Life Science, Physical/Earth & Space Science & Instructional Science)

Contact Hours:

17 PLUs

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

Clear, renewable certificate in ECE, MG Science, Sped/ECE, or Special Ed with science core academic content concentration

Cost:

Contact Holly Mauney for costs

Intended Audience(s): Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☒ ☒ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

TKES Standards Supported: Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

Holly Mauney, hmauney@pioneerresa.org

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Topic:

Online Teaching Endorsement

Date(s):

Dates vary by cohort. Endorsement may be completed in one year.

Time:

24/7

Location:

Online

Room:

Choose a room

Facilitator:

Instructors are assigned as needed

Description:

This endorsement prepares teachers to teach in the online learning environment. The online teaching endorsement consists of three online courses which include a clinical practicum and electronic portfolio.

Contact Hours:

15 PLUs

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

Current Teachers with valid clear, renewable teaching certificate

Cost:

$350 per course

Intended Audience(s): Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☒ ☒ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

TKES Standards Supported: Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Holly Mauney, hmauney@pioneerresa.org

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Topic:

Reading Endorsement

Date(s):

Dates vary by cohort. Endorsement may be completed in one year.

Time:

Evenings

Location:

Varies; Cohorts are hosted In the school sysem

Room:

Choose a room

Facilitator:

Instructors are assigned as needed

Description:

This 15 PLU endorsement program consists of three classes offered through a blended format of mostly online classes and some f2f classes. The Reading Endorsement is designed to enhance a teacher’s knowledge and skills regarding the learning and instruction of reading.

Contact Hours:

15 PLUs

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

Clear, renewable certificate in any GA teaching field

Cost:

Contact Holly Mauney for costs

Intended Audience(s): Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

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TKES Standards Supported: Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

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Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

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Holly Mauney, hmauney@pioneerresa.org

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Topic:

STEM Endorsement

Date(s):

Dates vary by cohort. Endorsement may be completed in one year.

Time:

Evenings

Location:

Varies; Cohorts are hosted In the school systems

Room:

TBD

Facilitator:

Instructors are assigned as needed

Description:

The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Endorsement prepares teachers to plan, model, implement and evaluate STEM content pedagogy in the field and at the grade level of their base certification. The endorsement consists of two courses delivered in a blended program format of f2f and online classes plus a STEM Immersion Experience beyond the boundaries of the classroom.

Contact Hours:

10 PLUs

Course Number:

N/A

Prerequisites:

Clear, renewable certificate in ECE, MG Science, Sped/ECE, or Special Ed with science core academic content concentration

Cost:

Contact Holly Mauney for costs

Intended Audience(s): Administrators/Leadership Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Middle Office & Support Staff School Psychologist/Counselors Media Specialist Other :

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Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-Primary/Elem. Gen.Ed./Special Ed. Teachers-High School Paraprofessionals Technology Directors Bus Drivers All

☒ ☒ ☐ ☐ ☐ ☐

TKES Standards Supported: Professional Knowledge Instructional Strategies Assessment Strategies Positive Learning Environment Professionalism

For additional information contact:

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Instructional Planning Differentiated Instruction Assessment Uses Academically Challenging Environment Communication

☒ ☒ ☒ ☒ ☒

Holly Mauney, hmauney@pioneerresa.org

To register, please go to: https://www.pioneerresa.org/: Sign-in to your account or click on “Create Account” and set up registration information. After you have created your account, search the course catalog for the course. 130


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Administrator Mentoring/ Special Projects Many Pioneer RESA consultants are former system or school administrators. With successful backgrounds as K–12 administrators, they are ready to help member systems with special projects and/or mentoring of administrators. Oftentimes it is helpful not only as a service but also to have a neutral party as a partner.

Board of Education Training The goal of Pioneer RESA Board Training Services Team is to assist local systems in the selection, planning, and delivery of high-quality board training events and to assist systems in the preparation of training plans and reports. The Board Training Services offered by Pioneer RESA brings together all necessary components to fulfill the requirements mandated by the Georgia State Board of Education.

ComplianceDirector.org Compliance Director is a web-based, online training for Georgia educators to meet annual mandated training requirements. ComplianceDirector.org saves time for administrators and staff , and allows employees to take responsibility for their own training.

Cooperative Purchasing Agency Operating under the fiscal control of Pioneer RESA, Cooperative Purchasing Agency provides services for North Georgia, Northwest Georgia, and Pioneer RESA member systems. Services for participating school systems include bulk purchasing, receiving, warehousing, and distribution of school supplies.

Data and Assessment The Data and Assessment Team provides resources to member schools and systems in an effort to raise student achievement for all students. The team is focused on closing gaps in student achievement for all students. The team is focused on closing gaps in student achievement by providing timely and accurate data regarding performance on district, state, and federal assessments.


Environmental and School Safety The goal of the Coordinator of School Safety training is to assist in the identification of safety issues both inside and outside of buildings, to assist with the development and implementation of emergency preparedness plans, to make recommendations for improving school safety, to assist in the coordination of training for staff as needed and to provide consultation services for the overall safety plan for the system.

External Evaluation Services Pioneer RESA External Evaluation service consultant provide objective data collection and analysis services to the schools, systems, and agencies of region. These service consultants are authorized by the 14 LEA’s to receive and house all raw student achievement data, attendance data, and perceptual data form the region’s schools. Pioneer RESA is also authorized by systems to collect perceptual data relative to projects and programs within schools and to analyze and report data and outcomes to funding agencies.

Fingerprinting Pioneer RESA offers electronic fingerprinting services. Fingerprints may be scanned at school sites or at Pioneer RESA.

Georgia Leadership Certification Pioneer RESA offers a GaPSC approved alterative certification program for those wishing to earn their Tier I Leadership Certification while employed in a leadership position. The program is a year-long program.

Georgia Learning Resource System North Center Operating under the fiscal control of Pioneer RESA, North GLRS develops and delivers regional courses and workshops throughout the school year and provides targeted professional learning and support to member systems upon determination of need.


Georgia Network for Educational and Therapeutic Supports, The FUTURES Program The Data and Assessment Team provides resources to member schools and systems in an effort to raise student achievement for all students. The team is focused on closing gaps in student achievement for all students. The team is focused on closing gaps in student achievement by providing timely and accurate data regarding performance on district, state, and federal assessments.

Georgia Teacher Academy for Preparation and Pedagogy (GaTAPP) and Georgia Leadership Academy Preparation Program (GaLAPP) GaTAPP is a non-traditional educator preparation program leading to a clear renewable certificate for general and special education teachers or a technical specialist certificate for the Career, Technical, and Agriculture teacher. GaLAPP GaLAPP is an alternative leadership preparation, post-baccalaureate program designed for individuals who have not prepared as leaders in a traditional leadership preparation program. The program recognizes candidates’ earlier academic preparation and life experiences and results in recommendation for the Tier I leadership certification.

Grant Evaluation Services The Grant Evaluation Team offers a multitude of data analysis methodologies including, statistical analysis, interpretation of regional, system, school, teacher, and student level assessments. The team provides grant-generated formative and summative assessments. The team provides qualitative and quantitative survey development and analysis.

Leadership, Training, and Support The Leadership Training and Support Team at Pioneer RESA provides services and resources to assess the educational leadership needs of member systems and to deliver professional learning addressing the identified needs. We offer knowledge and skills for school leaders to optimize conditions that result in student achievement by focusing on results.

Principal Academy

Assistant Principal Academy

Pioneers in Leadership

Perception Surveys As a service to the member systems of Pioneer RESA, the Director of Special Educations Projects searches for appropriate Request for Proposals for K-12 educators. Email alert links are then sent to each system. To be placed on the alert list, please send your request via your school system’s address to: jkaup@pioneerresa.org


Professional Learning The Professional Learning Team plans, coordinates, and delivers all Pioneer RESA facilitated courses, workshops, endorsements, and training events. Pioneer RESA offers regularly scheduled courses as well as courses and trainings upon request.

Poverty Simulation This simulation provides participants with an understanding of the challenges of living in a low-income environment. Participants will play the role of a family member living in poverty or a community service person working with families living in poverty. The poverty simulation will be able to help participants identify challenges and circumstances of children and their families living in poverty.

Salary Director SalaryDirector.org is a website dedicated to helping K-12 school systems have instant salary data in order to positively impact financial decisions. .

School Climate Services School Climate Specialists are available to all RESA schools and districts to provide ongoing training, support and coaching for implementation of Positive Behavioral Intervention and Supports. In addition, climate specialists can work with districts to coordinate activities such as Trauma Informed Care, Social Emotional Learning, and Youth Mental Health First Aid.

Real Talk with Real Teachers RTRT is professional learning video resource library aligned to the Georgia Teacher Assessment Standards. The videos feature realteachers from Pioneer RESA member systems as they demonstrate and explain the many effective strategies that they utilize in the classrooms.


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