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Table of Contents Welcome Letter How To Register

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3 in 3 Explained

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Personalized Learning Experiences Overview

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Kagan Summer Learning Institute, Days 1-2

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District Cohorts Spark! Incubator for Educators Cohort Digital Age Though Leaders Cohort Design Thinking Cohort Video for High Impact Instruction Cohort

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Please note, Future Leaders In Parkway (FLiP) is a two year cohort offered in odd years

Course Preview Math Preview Digital Courses Preview Digital Learning Institute

Schoology Development Details Courses (arranged by topic and levels) Courses (arranged alphabetically by title)

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Welcome Hello ColleaguesPLAT is, once again, very excited to share the Professional Learning Course Guide for Summer 2018. You may take these optional learning experience to earn inservice credits (applied toward your 3 in 3), stipend, and salary credits (applied toward a salary channel change). In PEERS, you can search by Domain from the Evaluation Model to easily align a course with an area in which you would like to learn, including your Professional Learning Plan (PLP). 3 in 3 As you make choices for your development, consider if you want to take the course for pay or to earn credit toward your 3 in 3 (three learning credits every three years). For details on 3 in 3, please see the 3 in 3 Explained. Some courses are only offered for pay, some only for credit, and some are offered for either pay or credit. Because we know that it is sometimes hard to get away, PLAT focused on providing additional online courses this year to allow you earn credit/stipend in your pajamas or sitting by the pool. These courses are registered for in PEERS but most will take place in Schoology or Google Classroom.

Don’t see a course that matches your needs? PLAT HAS DEVELOPED A FLEXIBLE SYSTEM THAT ALLOW YOU TO EARN CREDIT FOR THE LEARNING THAT IS MOST RELEVANT YOU! Click ​HERE​ for details Before making a course selection, carefully read the course description. Many courses are opportunities for teachers of the same course/level to work together. Also, some courses are subject specific—so even though it might look like a great course, it may not be applicable for your learning needs. If you aren’t sure if the course is open to all certified staff members, contact the course instructor prior to registering. When in doubt, contact the instructor first. Happy Learning!

Have More Questions? Please click HERE to see the Professional Learning FAQs. Registration Opens: ​May 1 Registration Closes: ​May 15 Classes Begin: ​on or after June 1


Courses will open in PEERS for registration on May 1, 2018 at 5:00 pm. Registration with close on May 15, 2018 at 11:59 pm.


To Register for a Course

Step 1​-Login to ​PEERS​. Step 2​-Click on ​Course Guide​ on the left side menu.

Step 3​-Click on ​Course Selection​ on the left side menu.

Step 4​- Enter the Course ​Title, Type, ​or ​Instructor name​ ​then click Submit.

Step 5​-Click Register on the far right side and confirm by clicking Yes.

Step 6​-Select Stipend or Inservice. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact Amy Geurkink-Coats, ​acoats@parkwayschools.net​, 55093 , Gina O’Brien, ​gobrien@parkwayschools.net​ 55078, or Connie Hayes, ​chayes@parkwayschools.net​ , 55098.


3 in 3 Explained Parkway Professional Learning Requirements 3 credits every 3 years ● District Salary Credit Course

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Graduate College courses

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Building/ District In-service Credits

​Salary Credit courses are rigorous college level experiences consisting of readings, discussion, research and artifacts. ​All Salary Credit courses require work outside of the scheduled meeting times. A Salary Credit course provides both in-service credit and an opportunity to progress to another salary channel—up to six credits may be applied to Channels II, IV, and V. ○ Channel change directions ○ Channel change request form

One in-service credit for each college credit earned. Transcript or Graduate Credit Form is completed by the educator and given to the building secretary to record in PEERS. Credit is accepted for advancement on the salary schedule Approved Colleges and Universities

Yes Partial fulfillment of requirements for Channels II, IV, V. No more than six hours toward change Yes Partial fulfillment of requirements for Channels II, III, IV, V. Courses approved by HR

Offered for courses consisting of meetings, discussions, workshops, and other forms of professional learning led by a building employee and/or approved by the principal or the school’s P ​ rofessional Development Action Team (PLAT). Educator submits ​Form#326 to the principal's secretary or designee. Building PEERS secretary enters approved credit into PEERS.

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A maximum of one in-service credit during each three year period will be allowed for principal approved foreign and domestic travel aligned with the professional learning guidelines.

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​Individual research must be approved and submitted to the Assistant Superin- tendent of Teaching, Learning and Accountability.

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Foreign and Domestic Travel

Individual Research Application

Advancement on salary schedule?

Explanation

Type of Credit

Revised ​5/9/17

Channel Change Allowances Bachelor’s

Bachelor’s +15

Master’s

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Channel II 6 Salary Credits may apply to BA+15

Channel III

Master’s +15

Master’s +30

Channel IV Channel V 6 Salary Credits may 6 Salary Credits may apply to M=15 (must apply to M+15 be earned a ​ fter Masters is completed)


3 in 3 Explained   Board Policy GCIA.G All full time certified educators are required to earn three in-service credits every three years (3 in 3) to keep from being held on step or going backward on the salary schedule. Three credits in three years may be earned with graduate credit, salary credit, district in-service credit, building in- service credit, foreign or domestic travel, or individual research as approved by the Assistant Superintendent of Teaching, Learning and Accountability (see definitions below). In-service credit is not granted when the activity occurs during working hours, pays the teacher to attend, the teacher receives a yearly stipend for his/her participation, or when the district pays registration fees or other costs of attending the activity. (Exception – Collaborative Team Leader Development) Professional learning which is acceptable for earning credit is learning that enables educators to develop the knowledge, skills, practices, and dispositions they need to help students perform at higher academic levels. Please see the 3 in 3 FAQ page ​HERE.

Professional Learning Opportunities-Not Applicable In-service credit is not granted when: ● the activity occurs during working hours. ● Parkway pays the teacher to attend. ● the teacher receives a yearly stipend for his/her participation. ● registration fees or other costs of attending the activity are paid by Parkway.


Personalized Learning Experiences

Professional Development you DESIGN, based on LEARNING you need, so you can meet the NEEDS of your students. How does it work? Tier 1: Evidence of LEARNING .25 credit or $75 Tier 2: Evidence of IMPLEMENTATION .5 credit or $150 Tier 3: Evidence of IMPACT (measurement) .75 credit or $225 Tier 4: Evidence of SHARING with Otherss 1.0 credit, $300 or one salary credit

Ready to learn more? Review the

Personalized Learning Handbook


Engagement Workshop-Kagan

Cooperative Learning Workshop, Days 1&2 We are excited to continue the Equity Initiative around Engagement Strategies this summer. Description: ​Boost academic achievement with Kagan Structures: simple, research-based instructional strategies that make learning more active and interactive. You learn easy ways to use Kagan Structures as a part of every lesson, creating greater engagement, deeper understanding of the content, improved retention and greater liking for class and content. This is a repeat of the Kagan sessions that have been offered the last three years that nearly 60% of Parkway educators have attended.

Audience: ​All Educators (SSD educators are welcome. Contact your AC for details.) Dates:​ July 25-26, 2018 Times:​ 8:00-3:00, both days Lunch:​ one hour on your own Location: ​Central Middle Please note: location may change due to construction progress.

Cost: ​Parkway will cover the $349 cost

We make an exception for this event to pay for teacher registration AND allow educators to earn a .5 credit per day.

Please see the​ ​KAGAN Frequently Asked Questions​ for additional details.

We can accommodate up to 200 participants, first come, first serve.


District Cohorts

Cohorts We are pleased to offer four district cohorts for the 18-19 year. Cohort applications are now open and will close on May 15, 2018, 11:59 pm.

Cohorts are a professional development structure designed to improve student learning by strengthening professional practice. It is a process that promotes and sustains teacher leaders by developing expertise through job-embedded professional development within the classroom setting. A cohort is a place where talented teachers collaborate with other educators, while deepening their knowledge of a topic to help students succeed. Best cohort practices dictate that all educators involved in cohorts develop a personalized leadership plan for their ongoing learning in the building and/or district including a timeline of completed work. This high impact, high effort process leads to systemic change and supports our goal of transfer.


Based on the Genius Hour and 20% Time concepts, Spark! Incubator for Educators is a learning opportunity for educators to follow their educational passions. View Past Participants Project Celebrations HERE. Spark Incubator for Educators is an experience for educators and administrators who are interested in thinking and working differently in their classroom and/or building. This cohort will support moving from idea to piloting and testing with students. Applicants don’t need to know exactly what their passion project is, just have an idea about the need they want to explore and some initial hunches on how to potentially tackle it.

This work will be grounded in two texts. Innovation as Usual by Paddy Miller and Thomas Wedell- Wedellsborg and Creative Confidence by Tom and David Kelley from IDEO. Cohort Details: ● Full day of development in the summer with optional work day. ● Six ½ days of release time across the year to meet together, ideate and problem-solve. ● Stipend to support your learning and project implementation. ● Present project at EdCamp 2019

Interested? Please see the Spark! Incubator for Educators website for more details and application. APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 15, 2018 TEACHERS SELECTED FOR THE PROGRAM WILL BE NOTIFIED BY: June 1, 2018 While educators may apply for multiple cohorts, participation is limited to one cohort per year.


Digital Age Thought Leaders Cohort We are looking for educators, with a variety of backgrounds, to participate in a learning and leading cohort focused on educating in the digital age. The ideal candidate is: ● ● ● ● ● ●

tech savvy established as a digital leader interested in developing others willing to lead professional learning is willing to move above the line on the SAMR model interested in incorporating new student ISTE standards into his/her setting

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Using the revised ISTE student standards, complete self-selected action research in your setting (with support) lead a district Innovative Action Team session (one of the release times) submit a proposal to lead a session at METC (one of the release times) lead a Parkway Digital Institute development session during the summer of 2018

Cohort Work/Think/Create Time: ● ● ●

4 ½ day release days throughout year 1 full release day during the year 1 full day METC

TO APPLY Complete the application HERE

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 15, 2018 TEACHERS SELECTED FOR THE PROGRAM WILL BE NOTIFIED BY: June 1, 2018 While educators may apply for multiple cohorts, participation is limited to one cohort per year.


Video for High Impact Instruction

Cohort

“Video is the single most powerful advancement in professional learning in schools in our lifetimes.”

– Dr. Jim Knight

Description of Cohort: ●

Join a cohort of educators using video self-reflection and peer feedback to analyze current instructional practices, identify a personal learning goal, and refine practice to reach new levels of excellence. Using the strategies and tips outlined in Jim Knight’s best selling Focus on Teaching book, create positive change in your classroom that is both immediate and long-lasting.

Cohort Learn and Reflect Time: ●

6 ½ day releases throughout the year to view, reflect and develop strategies to get the most out of using video. Cohort will use research based practices to ensure video recordings are used with ethical standards and teacher/student comfort levels.

Interested?

APPLICATION DEADLINE: May 15, 2018 TEACHERS SELECTED FOR THE PROGRAM WILL BE NOTIFIED BY: June 1, 2018 While educators may apply for multiple cohorts, participation is limited to one cohort per year.


Additional Summer Math Professional Development Offerings in PEERS *​The deadline for all three is August 16th. PD Opportunity Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You Had

MS-MATH-18-03 How To Learn Math for Teachers

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Details

● This will be offered as an online PEERS course this summer that will be both a book study and opportunities for implementation and application. ● You can take this as a ​Personalized Learning​ option through Amy GC ● Another option for taking it could be that you take this for credit through me. ● A copy of the book will be included with this course. ● Deadline to complete is ​August 16th ● This is an online course​ I am offering through Stanford University. ● I will pay for the course and you can take it as a Personalized Learning​ option through Amy GC

● Another option for taking it could be that you take this for credit through me. ● Deadline to complete is ​August 16th Mathematical Mindsets

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● This is an online course​ I am offering through Stanford University. ● I will pay for the course and you can take it as a Personalized Learning​ option through Amy GC

● Another option for taking it could be that you take this for credit through me. ● Deadline to complete is ​August 16th ● A copy of the book will be included with the course.


DIGITAL LEARNINGÂ SUMMER PD 2018 SIGN UP IN PEERS FACE-TO-FACE LEARNING Schoology Essentials:Part 1

June 12 or July 10

Develop your Schoology Class:Part 2

June 12 or July 10

Digital Learning Institute

July 30

Mobile Photowalk

June 14

Breakout EDU

July 16

Creating with Chromebooks

June 21

Advanced Google Spreadsheets

June 11

Gathering Evidence of Student Thinking

June 13

Do You Hyperdoc?

June 12

Deeper into Google Apps for Littles (k-2)

June 12

Digital Feedback Toolkit

June 14

Social Media for Educators

June 14

Engagement in Digital Spaces

June 18

Jumpstart to Chromebooks for High School

June 11

Chrome Apps & Extensions

June 12

Digital Formative Assessment

June 13

ONLINE LEARNING Google Certification Lev 1

Using Video

Google Certification Lev 2

Google Applied Course

Media Foundations

Creating a Breakout EDU

Beginning to Blend

Ignite Learning Through Tech

Power Searching with Google

Reaching & Engaging Gen Z

Citizenship in the Digital Age

Fake News?- Credible Sources

Interactive Maps & Timelines

Designing Presentations

Taking Charge of Social Media Schoology Essentials:Part 1 Google Tour Builder & Earth

Develop Schoology Class:Part 2

Finding & Evaluating Info

Student-Centered Feedback & Resources Using Schoology


DIGITAL LEARNING INSTITUTE JULY 30 8-3 SEE PEERS FOR DETAILS & TO SIGN UP QUESTIONS?- EMAIL WBASS@PARKWAYSCHOOLS.NET


Part 1 How to use Schoology

Engage students in an online space

Learning Management System

Learn how to create an online learning environment for your class

Create a personalized learning experience

Face-to-Face 8 am-3pm June 12 or July 10

Assignments Discussions Assessments Interactive Pages Gradebook

SIGN UP IN PEERS

SCHOOLOGY ESSENTIALS ONLINE & FACE-TO-FACE OFFERINGS


Part 2 Create a class

Engagement Collaboration Active Learning

Learning Management System

Learn how to implement best practices in an online learning environment

Design personalized learning experiences

Face-to-Face 8 am-3pm June 12 or July 10

Develop your class through assigned tasks

SIGN UP IN PEERS

DEVELOPING YOUR SCHOOLOGY CLASS ONLINE & FACE-TO-FACE OFFERINGS


Summer Course Offerings

Courses Teachers Leading Teachers Excellence Through Collaboration Courses will ​open​ in PEERS for registration on May 1, 2018 at 5:00 pm. Registration with ​close on May 15, 2018 at 11:59 pm.


Courses will open in PEERS for registration on May 1, 2018 at 5:00 pm. Registration with close on May 15, 2018 at 11:59 pm.


Courses Organized by Content/Practices and Levels Courses will ​open​ in PEERS for registration on May 1, 2018 at 5:00 pm. Registration with ​close on May 15, 2018 at 11:59 pm. Improving Pedagogy Online Courses All Levels Elementary Specific Secondary Specific In Person Courses All Levels Secondary Specific

Technology Online Courses In Person Courses

Social Emotional In Person Courses All Levels Elementary Specific Secondary Specific Online courses All Levels

ELA Elementary Elementary Online Elementary In Person Secondary Secondary Online Secondary In Person

Math In Person Courses Elementary Specific Secondary Specific

Science Social Studies Strings World Language CTE Health/PE Library Art


Mode: ​Online Topic:​ Improving Pedagogy Level: ​All (ece, ele, ms, hs) Online Courses are self-paced, open throughout the summer and close August 2, 2018. Please contact individual instructors with questions. Course Number:

Course Name:

Instructor:

Description:

MARIA FLICK

Teacher will learn and apply strategies for developing an environment that is conducive to ELL learners, while supporting all styles of learning in the classroom. Everything from creating a welcoming classroom, to planning lessons for optimum engagement and teaching content vocabulary with ELL students in mind will be address through the book study and modules in this course.

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Creating an ELL Friendly Learning Environment

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SALARY CREDIT Cooperative Learning Structures:Kagan Online

Cooperative Learning Structures Kagan Online is offered as an introduction to the Kagan model of Cooperative Learning and STACEY the elements of PIES (Positive Interdependence, Individual HOFFMAN Opportunities, Equal Participation and Simultaneous Interaction.) All work will be independent modules completed online in Google Classroom in your pajamas or next to the pool!

Cooperative Learning Structures:Kagan Online

Cooperative Learning Structures Kagan Online is offered as an introduction to the Kagan model of Cooperative Learning and STACEY the elements of PIES (Positive Interdependence, Individual HOFFMAN Opportunities, Equal Participation and Simultaneous Interaction.) All work will be independent modules completed online in Google Classroom in your pajamas or next to the pool!

Creating a BreakoutEDU

BreakoutEDU is a game-based learning platform. Players must use communication and critical thinking to solve a variety of digital and/or print-based puzzles to open all the locks on the EVANGELI BreakoutEDU box in a specified amount of time. Have you NE DIEL heard about BreakoutEDU but weren’t sure you have enough time to create a game, or it just seems too confusing to set up? This course will give you the resources and tips you need to make it manageable.

Move Mountains With Personalized Learning

Have you struggled with student engagement? Using personalized learning, we as educators can work to solve the riddle of student engagement by truly allowing our students to KIRA pursue a personal direction based on individual talents/interests BRENNAN while all the while engaging them in meaningful learning through a guaranteed, viable district curriculum that is rigorous and relevant. Learn the premise behind personalized learning and take steps to implement in your own classroom.

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Technology and connectivity has evolved exponentially around the world. This growth has sparked a diverse generation of young people who are hungry to challenge, grow, connect and collaborate with each other. But, who are they? Generation Z are innovators, critical-thinkers, global citizens and trendsetters. As educators, we will need to understand how they think and the potential their digital tools can have on their futures.

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Understanding by Design-Online

The backward design model is the design and delivery method of Parkway’s guaranteed curriculum. Extend your understanding of backwards design and how to support AMY students with engaging practice based on well designed GEURKINKlessons. In this completely independent online course, you will COATS review the most powerful components of Understanding by Design and design your own unit using the three stages of UdD in your pajamas or next to the pool!

Understanding by Design-Online-Salary Credit

The backward design model is the design and delivery method of Parkway’s guaranteed curriculum. Extend your understanding of backwards design and how to support AMY students with engaging practice based on well designed GEURKINKlessons. In this completely independent online course, you will COATS review the most powerful components of Understanding by Design and design your own unit using the three stages of UdD in your pajamas or next to the pool!


Mode: ​Online Topic:​ Improving Pedagogy Level: ​Elementary Course Number:

Course Name:

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Engagement for Real Learning

Are you wanting to introduce morning meeting into your classroom? Do MELANIE you want to know more about the structure of morning meeting? This class is designed to help you understand the purpose of morning HOLLAND meeting, the components of morning meeting, and how to successfully implement it in your room.

Gender in the Elementary Classroom

Do you ever wonder about all the different research surrounding gender in the classroom? Are you wanting to learn more about how boys and girls learn differently? Are you wondering how to make your classroom more gender inclusive? This is an introductory course on gender in the ANNA classroom. You will begin by learning brain-based research on how WICKENH boys and girls learn and how these brain-based differences affect boys AUSER and girls in the classroom. Additionally, you will learn about challenging gender stereotypes that specifically addresses students that are questioning. Then, you will apply this knowledge to your own classroom. This class is intended for elementary educators.

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Leadership & Ownership in the Classroom

Instructor:

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Are you wanting to foster a community of leaders in your elementary classroom? Do you want to help students understand themselves and their world? Do you want your students to recognize how they can take responsibility? Through this course, you will learn how to create an environment of leadership in your classroom. This includes helping your students create and take ownership of leadership roles, fostering a community of mindfulness, and having self-awareness of wants and needs. C Are you wanting to introduce morning meeting into your classroom? Do you want to know more about the structure of morning meeting? This class is designed to help you understand the purpose of morning meeting, the components of morning meeting, and how to successfully implement it in your room.


Mode: ​Online Topic:​ Improving Pedagogy Level: ​Secondary Course Number:

Course Name:

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LINDA JONES

This course will be a general introduction on Competencies. It will include what are they, how would it benefit the student and what mindset do you need to effectively implement them. It will also introduce how do you start creating competencies for your classes.

Using Schoology for More!

This course will look at ways that Schoology can be a useful resource for our students and teachers. Participants will look at and reflect on JAMIE examples given from multiple disciplines illustrating ways that DRESSER Schoology can be used. Participants will individually create resources within Schoology for a course they teach to be used for the 2018-2019 school year.

Workshop/Gradual Release Approach in all Content Areas

*This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Wednesday, June 20th. *Audience: Teachers of 6th-12th grades As educators in the 21st century, we know the importance of personalized learning for all students. Students are more successful and engaged in their learning when they can work on goals personalized to them. The workshop model provides a framework to do this work in a meaningful and productive way. This course will give teachers the language and structures to implement a workshop model and will provide opportunities to plan personalized lessons to language and structures to implement a workshop model and will provide STACEY opportunities to plan personalized lessons to implement in the fall. HOFFMAN Teachers of 6th-12th grades As educators in the 21st century, we know the importance of personalized learning for all students. Students are more successful and engaged in their learning when they can work on goals personalized to them. The workshop model provides a framework to do this work in a meaningful and productive way. This course will give teachers the language and structures to implement a workshop model and will provide opportunities to plan personalized lessons to language and structures to implement a workshop model and will provide opportunities to plan personalized lessons to implement in the fall.

Project Based Learning

Resilient Learners

ANGELA LOLLEY

*This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Wednesday, June 27th. *Audience:Teachers of 6th-12th grades Project Based Learning projects require students go beyond basic knowledge and skills. They must take initiative, solve problems, work as a team and communicate their ideas.Through a self-paced study of Setting the Standard for Project Based Learning A Proven Approach to Rigorous Classroom Instruction, teachers will understand why project based learning is meaningful in today’s world and how to implement it effectively in their classrooms.

This is a virtual class paced out with weekly assignments, including the expectation to collaborate online between the weeks of June 25 and July 20th. Audience: Teachers of 6th-8th Graders. Class will be KENNETH conducted through questions and discussions on Google Classroom. SUSMAN Research in the last several years has proven that trauma affects people throughout life, and often presents itself in school both behaviorally and academically. Working towards becoming a trauma informed school is not a fad that will fade away like open classrooms…


it’s the new frontier in ensuring that we help ALL students. In Fostering Resilient Learners, Kristin Souers and Pete Hall provide strategies to help teachers create a learning environment for all students, including those affected by childhood trauma.

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The Classroom You ANGELA LOLLEY Always Wanted

*This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Wednesday, June 20th. *Audience 6-12 Teachers This virtual class is based on Hal Urban’s Lessons from the Classroom 20 Things Good Teachers Do and readings from other texts. The course will focus on a mix of classroom management and relationship/culture building activities to design a successful first month of school. Teachers will come away with tools for building the culture they want in their classroom while planning for the first 3 weeks of school.

The How-to of ANGELA Spotting Fake News LOLLEY

**This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Wednesday, June 20th. *Audience: Teachers of 6th-12th grades "The most critical question facing young people today is not how to find information. Google has done a great job with that. We’re bombarded by stuff. The real question is whether that information, once found, should be believed.”(Sam Wineburg) As teachers, we have been tasked with teaching students to become “critical consumers of information.” This virtual course will give teachers strategies for how to spot fake news and will provide time for teachers to plan how they will incorporate this information into their classroom.


Mode: ​In-Person Topic:​ Improving Pedagogy Level: ​All (ece, ele, ms, hs) Course Number:

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Course Name:

Global Competencies

Learning Differences

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Date/ Time:

Instructor:

Jun 13, AMY 2018 8 BELDING 30 AM

Jun 25, 2018 8 30 AM

AMANDA KELLY

Jun 4 and MICHELLE Jun 5, DEMPSEY 2018 8 00 AM

Teach Like a Jun 25, TINA 2018 8 REIDLER Pirate: Engaging

Location:

Description:

TBD

Preparing students for a global future has never been more important than it is today. We are more connected in global communities and share a greater sense of collective responsibility and interdependence across cultures/continents than ever before. Fostering an attitude global citizenship, and the ability to care about solving problems in the world, not just our own, is paramount. Flexibility to be able to address problems that don’t yet exist in the world are helping Parkway students to shape their own learning experience. The need to form a global society through connectedness of Parkway teachers will help our students to problem solve and think around current issues both now and in the future. In this workshop, we will explore ASCD’s global competencies, dive into specific elements, and find resources to help you improve in one or more key competencies.

All of us, children and adults alike, have different strengths and weaknesses in our learning. In order to help you change the way your students learn, this course will expand your knowledge related to learning differences, provide actionable strategies to impact the learning experience of your students, PIERREM and cultivate a growth mindset related to learning ONT differences. At the end of this course, you will have ELEMENT - Deepened your own understanding of learning differences and the related constructs of ARY motivation, executive function, and working memory. - Explored relevant strategies for supporting students with learning differences. Identified strategies you can use in your classroom to provide a more personalized learning experience for all of your students.

SOUTH HIGH

Reflective practitioners constantly revisit and refine lessons to increase student engagement and improve student learning. This workshop invites participants to bring two lessons or units that need improvement. In cooperative groups, participants will take turns tuning and having their work tuned. Groups will use a protocol to examine each other's lessons and provide specific feedback on how to improve student engagement and learning. Teachers will have time to revise and share revisions.

HENRY Do you have any lessons that you could sell tickets for? Do you want your students so engaged that ELEMENT they never want to miss school? If you missed it


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All Learners

30 AM

Tools and Strategies to Empower Your Students and Your Teaching

Jun 28, 2018 8 30 AM

Understanding by Design-In Person

The backward design model is the design and delivery method of Parkway’s guaranteed curriculum. Extend your understanding of INSTRUCT backwards design and how to support students Jun 19, STACEY IONAL with engaging practice based on well designed 2018 8 HOFFMAN SERVICE lessons. In this one day, in-person course, you 00 AM CENTER work with others to review the most powerful components of Understanding by Design and design your own unit using the three stages of UdD.

Understanding by Design-In Person

Jul 11, 2018 8 00 AM

The backward design model is the design and delivery method of Parkway’s guaranteed curriculum. Extend your understanding of INSTRUCT backwards design and how to support students ERICA IONAL with engaging practice based on well designed ROGERS SERVICE lessons. In this one day, in-person course, you CENTER work with others to review the most powerful components of Understanding by Design and design your own unit using the three stages of UdD.

Jun 13, 2018 8 00 AM

The backward design model is the design and delivery method of Parkway’s guaranteed curriculum. Extend your understanding of INSTRUCT backwards design and how to support students ERICA IONAL with engaging practice based on well designed ROGERS SERVICE lessons. In this one day, in-person course, you CENTER work with others to review the most powerful components of Understanding by Design and design your own unit using the three stages of UdD.

Understanding by Design-In Person

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last summer... Come join us as we examine what Dave Burgess does to keep his students so engaged that they would come to school even if they didn’t have to. We will dig into his book, Teach Like a Pirate, to find his secrets to increase student engagement, boost our creativity, and transform our lives as educators. You will walk away with a toolbox of hooks and ideas to get your students engaged! Even though Dave Burgess is a secondary history teacher, his ideas can be geared towards all educators, K-12, including specialists!

Come explore tools that can be used to help you HENRY get the best from your students! We will look at ELEMENT how to use teacher language that helps children learn, how to defuse disruptive behavior, and how ARY to help our students with behavioral challenges.


Mode: ​In-Person Topic:​ Improving Pedagogy Level: ​Secondary Course Number:

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Incorporating Writing into the Non-ELA Classroom

Introduction to Standards-Based Grading

Date/ Time:

Instructor:

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In this course, non-ELA middle school teachers will learn easily implemented strategies to use in their specific content areas, the common vocabulary of writing, and useful assessment tips. At the middle school level, students often encounter writing in the non-ELA classroom simply as a product, not as a INSTRUCT helpful thinking tool. However, when used Jun 7, LINDI effectively, non-ELA teachers can use writing to IONAL 2018 8 SCHOENF their advantage! Using writing skills in non-ELA SERVICE classrooms helps students think deeper, produce 00 AM ELD CENTER more insightful answers, and solve problems more creatively. As a result, learning experiences will be more meaningful and memorable. Encountering writing across content areas can help students transfer skills, as well as become more well rounded, comfortable communicators in our ever changing world. Jul 11, 2018 8 15 AM, MELISSA Jul 12, GEBHARD 2018 8 15 AM

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This course will introduce interested teachers to some possible approaches to standards-based grading for all content areas with the exception of Math with an emphasis on the connection between SBG and content standards. The course will include instruction on various ways to approach standards-based grading, as well as the logistics of planning, assessment, student self-reflection, differentiation, and intervention strategies.


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Basics of Designing for Presentations KQED - Summer 18

Beginning to Blend

Citizenship in the Digital Age Summer 18

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WILLIAM BASS

Made up of 2 online modules, this self-paced course will help participants explore how designing effective presentations will help students better access and understand classroom content. Teachers and administrators can use these skills to connect with their and create memorable presentations for their audiences. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code 47J9C-WCKZ9 to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start.

WILLIAM BASS

Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 This course will teach you about blended and personalized learning as a whole, and show you how to stretch your thinking and try something new. You’ll learn the how and why of “blended” and how blended/personalized learning is changing the face of teaching and learning. You’ll leave this course with four blended “recipes” you can implement in your classroom immediately. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https//schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code T87RR-M6BN4 to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start.

WILLIAM BASS

In a world where answers are only a click away and media can be shared with ease, it's important to think about the role that these digital tools play in literacy instruction and work. In this session, we will think about the ways that we can teach students to be safe and responsible digital citizens and what can be done as educators to help students manage their own digital footprint. Access this course with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net) using the code 6FZD3-46PCB. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018.

WILLIAM BASS

Are you already familiar with the basics of Schoology but want to go further? This class will help you get started with designing learning experiences that take advantage of the digital platform and provide students with anytime, anywhere access to resources. Developing your Schoology Class is a face to face course that goes beyond the basics of all the tools of Schoology and will give you an opportunity to plan, design and develop resources to meet your students in an online space. Work through all the modules on your own and develop your resources in a sample class as you go in this online course. Prefer face to face? Check out our Face to Face Developing Your Schoology class in June or July. Note: If you are not familiar with Schoology, it is recommended that you take the Schoology Essentials Bootcamp before taking this course. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through


Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code SCTP9-HTH52 to join the class.

Explore and Create with TECH-18-5 Google 2 Tourbuilder and Earth

How would you like your students to click a button and enter a hotel in Paris? Or walk on a glacier in Iceland? What if they could visit the home of Nathaniel Hawthorne while reading The Scarlet Letter? Or walk down Wall Street when learning about the stock market? See how your students can travel the world with Google Earth, and ELIZABETH discover interesting facts as they go with some of Earth's built-in LYONS features. Then, learn how to use Google Tour Builder--a slide creation program that connects slide presentations to Google Earth. See examples of how teachers are using Tour Builder as a platform for students to create interactive slide presentations. You will create your own Tour Builder presentation that you can use in your class.? Participants will gain a better understanding of source credibility for

Face News? - KATHERINE personal/professional use as well as explore ways to integrate TECH-18-5 Finding Credible PENDLETO media literacy into classroom curriclum. The course will focus on 7 N analyzing sources for credibility and bias, search tips, and use of Sources library resources.

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Made up of 5 online modules, this self-paced course will help participants explore definitions of reliable information, how search engines and algorithms work and how to evaluate information in a variety of mediums. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code 7PPF2-J2SZ3 to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start.

WILLIAM BASS

Are you Googley? Do you want to be? Did you know that Google has an entire training program where you can get certified as a Google Educator? This course is online, self-paced, and is meant to get you to earn your Google Educator Level 1 Certification. In order to receive salary credit, you must pass the Google certification test and submit certificate to Amy Johnson at ajohnson@parkwayschools.net prior to August 2, 2018. Access the course by going to Google Classroom at http://classroom.google.com and entering the code ehudd4. Take note 1. Email Bill and Amy 48 hours before you plan to take the exam so that we can send you a voucher code to use as payment. 2. Registration for the exam must be done 24 hours in advance of the time you wish to take it. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start.

WILLIAM BASS

This course is designed to take your Google skills to the next level. To enroll, you must have passed Google Certification Level 1 and have already received credit for that class. Email Amy Johnson at ajohnson@parkwayschools.net or Bill Bass at wbass@parkwayschools.net when you register to gain access to the class. In order to receive salary credit, you must pass the Google certification exam and submit certificate to Amy Johnson prior to August 2nd, 2018. Take note 1. Google Level 1 Certification is a prerequisite for this class. 2. Email Bill and Amy


48 hours before you plan to take the exam so that we can send you a voucher code to use as payment. 3. Registration for the exam must be done 24 hours in advance of the time you wish to take it. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start.

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Made up of a total of 5 online modules and practice activities, this self-paced course will introduce participants to digital tools that will allow for the creation of engaging interactive maps and timelines to be used with students. To receive credit, both KQED classes must be completed. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code 2XGK5-J9KKH to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018.

LINDSEY PERKINS

As we move to one to one device integration, there are some great tech tools to utilize in the classroom.Teachers will learn a few technology resources that can be used to engage students in their curriculum.

WILLIAM BASS

Made up of 6 online modules, this self-paced course will introduce participants to some foundational digital media literacy concepts that teachers can use to add more opportunities for using and creating media in the classroom. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code 67M2V-D9XJT to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start.

WILLIAM BASS

Google Search makes it amazingly easy to find information. Come learn about the powerful advanced tools they provide to help you find just the right information in this self-directed, online course. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https

WILLIAM BASS

Looking for a way to engage your students in online spaces and to create a more personalized learning experience for them? Schoology is your tool. This learning management system offers all the functionality of an online platform, provides assessments, and will be populated with your classes this fall. Schoology Essentials is an online, self-paced introduction to the basics of all the tools of Schoology and addresses how to use them in online spaces. Work through all the modules on your own and develop your resources in a sample class as you go in this online course. Prefer face to face? Check out our Schoology Essentials Bootcamp class in June or July. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code CGD4J-3SBQM to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start.

WILLIAM BASS

Made up of 4 online modules, this self-paced course will help participants explore how to use social media tools to learn, share and make your voice heard. Teachers and administrators can use these skills to connect with their communities and bring the world into the classroom in real time. Access this course by logging in

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Want to make videos even more instructional and interactive? This course is for secondary teachers who want to learn more about different ways to use pre-created videos with students. We will learn how to turn your YouTube videos into interactive, formative assessments by creating assessment questions and embedding them right into your videos! We will also learn how to use Timeline-ly to add informational pop ups and more to any YouTube video. And finally, we will learn tricks on how to share YouTube videos more easily with students; cropping them for presentations, creating and sharing YouTube playlists, and using ELIZABETH videos in various slide presentation formats including Slides and LYONS Sutori (a web-based timeline creator)

Using Schoology for More!

This course will look at ways that Schoology can be a useful resource for our students and teachers. Participants will look at and reflect on examples given from multiple disciplines illustrating ways that Schoology can be used. Participants will individually create resources within Schoology for a course they teach to be used for the 2018-2019 school year.

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with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code WXFH4-ZP7TC to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start.

JAMIE DRESSER


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Google Chrome Jun 12, Apps and PETER 2018 1 00 LARSON Extensions - PM Summer 18

Digital Feedback Jun 14, MELISSA 2018 1 00 GEBHARD Toolkit PM

Advanced Jun 11, Google 2018 8 30 Spreadsheets AM Summer 18

BreakoutEDU

Jul 16, 2018 12 00 PM

Description:

Are you wanting to learn what Google Chrome can really do? Google offers a number of Apps and Extensions that can quicken productivity. We SOUTHWE will look at a number of different Apps and ST MIDDLE Extensions that can be used in the classroom.

SOUTH HIGH

This course will provide teachers with several tools to use for giving online feedback: Permanent Clipboard and Highlight Tool (for commenting through Google Docs), Screencastify (for video feedback), and Google Forms (for feedback based on selected responses). While this course is somewhat focused on feedback for essays, any teacher having students submit work online (including presentations, lab reports, quizzes through Google Forms, etc.) would benefit from these tools. This directly ties to Parkway's Learning Principle Learners will "use feedback to improve products, performances, key skills, and transfer of learning."

WILLIAM BASS

Did you know that Google Spreadsheets can help you automate your classroom with a few simple formulas? In this class we will look at ways to create a digital dashboard of your student's work INSTRUCTI helping you better track and look for growth in ONAL their assessments and assignments. No prior SERVICE knowledge of spreadsheets and formulas is CENTER required for this class. Just bring your Google account and sense of adventure and together we will create a series of spreadsheets that will help better meet the needs of your students.

JENNY GRAY

Foster creative problem solvers in your classroom through the use of BreakoutEDU to SORRENTO teach teamwork, critical thinking and SPRINGS troubleshooting. This workshop will not only give ELEMENTA you the experience of "breaking out" but also RY teach you how to design your own experience for your students and customize it to your classroom.

Creating with Jun 21, STACIA Chromebooks - 2018 8 30 WAGERS AM Summer 2018 Developing your Jul 10, 2018 8 30 Schoology Class AM

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Chromebooks have given Parkway students greater access to a variety of digital tools but often are seen as research and writing tools. This workshop is meant to get beyond traditional activities and use the device to empower students to create meaningful learning.

INSTRUCTI Are you already familiar with the basics of ONAL Schoology but want to go further? This class will SERVICE help you get started with designing learning


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experiences that take advantage of the digital platform and provide students with anytime, anywhere access to resources. Developing your Schoology Class is an online, self-paced course that goes beyond the basics of all the tools of Schoology and will give you an opportunity to plan, design and develop resources to meet your students in an online space. Learn how to use all the modules with guidance from others who have been using Schoology for the past year and develop your resources in a sample class as you go. Prefer face to face? Check out our Face to Face Developing Your Schoology class in June or July. Note If you are not familiar with Schoology, it is recommended that you take the Schoology Essentials Bootcamp before taking this course. Are you already familiar with the basics of Schoology but want to go further? This class will help you get started with designing learning experiences that take advantage of the digital platform and provide students with anytime, anywhere access to resources. Developing your Schoology Class is an online, self-paced course that goes beyond the basics of all the tools of Schoology and will give you an opportunity to plan, design and develop resources to meet your students in an online space. Learn how to use all the modules with guidance from others who have been using Schoology for the past year and develop your resources in a sample class as you go. Prefer face to face? Check out our Face to Face Developing Your Schoology class in June or July. Note: If you are not familiar with Schoology, it is recommended that you take the Schoology Essentials Bootcamp before taking this course.

PETER LARSON

With devices in the hands of all of our students these days, it is easier than ever to collect quick snapshots of their knowledge. Come learn about SOUTHWE the variety of options available to you and the ST MIDDLE best practices for using them embedded within your daily instruction, have time to explore them, and create some tools you will be able to use right away next year with your students on day 1.

WILLIAM BASS

CENTRAL MIDDLE

The Parkway Digital Learning Institute is meant for teachers at all levels and in all content areas to continue to incorporate more digital tools and content into the classroom. Set up like a conference, this event will focus on breakout sessions while providing the opportunity to learn and collaborate and see where technology fits into your curricular area and classroom. Sessions will be offered for Google tools, Schoology, personalized learning in digital spaces and many more. C

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HyperDocs allow you to create high-engagement lessons quickly and easily with Google Docs and can take boring old worksheets and turn them into digital, dynamic, and interactive lessons for your students. No matter your content area or grade level, you can utilize this tool with your students to capture and hold their attention. Through this digital approach, your students will be able to connect with your content while learning strategies for accessing digital media. Transform your classroom with Google Docs and create authentic, meaningful learning experiences for your students with HyperDocs! To show understanding, it is important that

Gathering students be able to provide evidence to support Evidence of their thinking. What are some other ways to have Jun 13, Spark! Student TECHAMY kids explain their thinking in addition to writing? 2018 8 30 Chesterfield 18-54 Thinking Using JOHNSON Come and explore some ways that students can AM Mall use their Chromebooks to share their thinking Audio & Video using a variety of easy to use audio and video Summer 18 tools. Google Chrome Jun 12, Apps and TECH2018 1 00 18-42 Extensions PM Summer 18

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Jun 12, 2018 8 30 AM

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Are you wanting to learn what Google Chrome can really do? Google offers a number of Apps SOUTHWE and Extensions that can quicken productivity. We ST MIDDLE will look at a number of different Apps and Extensions that can be used in the classroom. C

PETER LARSON

Calling all high school teachers! This fall when you return to your classrooms the technology that is available to students will have changed dramatically. Chromebooks are coming and they have the potential to change the way your students work and learn. This workshop is meant SOUTHWE to help you get ready for your technology rich ST MIDDLE classroom and give you work time to prepare for a class where all students have access to a computer. Throughout the class you'll learn about how to navigate and manage these computers as well as have the opportunity to collaborate with your colleagues on lessons that can take advantage of these devices.

Jun 14, 2018 8 30 AM

WILLIAM BASS

St. Louis Zoo It is said that an picture is worth 1000 words. With Mobile technology more available now than ever, images are easier than ever to get. However, many of the pictures we take using our mobile devices could use some help. This workshop will focus on mobile photography techniques as well as how to map your journey using Google Maps, take 360 and panoramic photos, share your photos quickly and easily, and explore apps that let you annotate your pictures. Bring your smartphone and explore the wonders of the zoo. Bring your lunch or be prepared to eat at the zoo.

WILLIAM BASS

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Looking for a way to engage your students in online spaces and to create a more personalized learning experience for them? Schoology is your tool. This learning management system offers all


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the functionality of an online platform, provides assessments, and will be populated with your classes this fall. Schoology Essentials Bootcamp serves as an introduction to the basics of all the tools of Schoology and addresses how to use them in online spaces. Learn how to use all the modules with guidance from others who have been using Schoology for the past year and develop your resources in a sample class as you go. Prefer an online, self-paced course? Check out our Schoology Essentials Online class.

WILLIAM BASS

Looking for a way to engage your students in online spaces and to create a more personalized learning experience for them? Schoology is your tool. This learning management system offers all the functionality of an online platform, provides assessments, and will be populated with your INSTRUCTI classes this fall. Schoology Essentials Bootcamp ONAL serves as an introduction to the basics of all the SERVICE tools of Schoology and addresses how to use CENTER them in online spaces. Learn how to use all the modules with guidance from others who have been using Schoology for the past year and develop your resources in a sample class as you go. Prefer an online, self-paced course? Check out our Schoology Essentials Online class.

This session will lead educators in taking advantage of social media (specifically CLAYMONT Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) to... 1) JULIE ELEMENTA communicate to parents, students, and the BOATNER RY community 2) connect their classroom with global resources 3) pursue personalized professional development opportunities

Student Jun 18, LAURA Engagement in 2018 1 00 STRICKLAN CENTRAL MIDDLE PM D Digital Spaces

Deeper into Jun 12, Google Apps for 2018 8 00 AM Littles (K-2)

Utilize students' Chromebooks in a thoughtful way by using online platforms to create interactive and engaging lessons for students. We will explore three tools during this 3 hour session and you will have time to create a lesson utilizing one of these tools.

This course is designed to take your K-2 students' Google skills to the next level. Using the newly released book GOOGLE APPS FOR CLAYMONT LITTLES: BELIEVE THEY CAN by Christine JULIE ELEMENTA Pinto and Alice Keeler, we will explore the latest BOATNER strategies for supporting primary math and ELA RY through Chromebooks. Topics include collaboration, graphs and charts, video feedback, storyboarding, models and equations, and more.


Mode: ​In-Person Topic:​ Social Emotional Level: ​All (ece, ele, ms, hs) Course Number:

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Jun 7, 2018 9 00 AM, ASHLEY Jun 14, DRISSELL 2018 9 00 AM

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WEST HIGH

In Parkway, a key element of our Mission is to ensure that our students are demonstrating care for themselves and others. We understand that the capacity to learn is not fixed; ability and understanding can always improve. With a student body population as diverse as those of our schools, students have the fortunate opportunity to learn from others who are different from themselves. Parkway defines success based on this very principle. We strive to empower our students to seeks to understand the views, values and cultures of others. This may be achieved by fostering a strong sense of personal, social and civic responsibility. One way that we have been putting these ideas into practice at West High, is by starting a chapter of a national lunch club called, We Dine Together. This student-led, staff-supported club has a simple mission- to change the culture of our school. In We Dine Together, students work to actively unite & empower individuals to create inclusive environments through the belief that long-lasting relationships are not built in isolation and the tools they need to inspire one another to reach out beyond their immediate friend groups and invite students who may be new to the school or have no one to sit with at lunch to join them for food and conversation. After leading this effort for the past year, alongside my amazing student club president, we are starting to see some incredible leaders emerge. I have learned a lot and am more and more energized by this club and by Be Strong. We Dine Together is a model of social activism which can be adapted to suit the needs of every school and age level in the district. I would love to share my learning and tools with other staff members who might be interested in heading a chapter of We Dine Together at their respective schools. This is important work we are doing at this critical moment in time.

INSTRUCT Jun 25, ERIN IONAL 2018 9 SCHULTE SERVICE 00 AM CENTER

Participants in this course will learn the basics of a mindfulness practice and how this can be used in the classroom. This practice can help students and staff members to become more confident as they self-regulate to deal with the stresses of life in a school.

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Trauma Informed Classrooms

This course is designed to bring awareness of the HIGHCRO Jul 17, effect trauma has on our students. Information LARA FT RIDGE 2018 8 about how trauma affects the brain and behavior OBERMAN ELEMENT 30 AM will be presented. Ideas for how to respond to ARY students in the classroom will be shared.

Yoga for you and your students

Participants will experience a yoga class and understand the ways it can help them deal with INSTRUCT Jun 28, stress. Participants will learn how this practice ERIN IONAL 2018 8 might be useful in their own life and the lives of SCHULTE SERVICE 30 AM their students. We will go over various poses that CENTER could be effective in the classroom and the research behind them.

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Restorative This course is designed for elementary teachers and counselors who have already participated in Practices 2.0 for training on the foundations of restorative practices. Elementary INSTRUCT Jun 27, This class will focus on transferring the community PROP-18 Teachers/Counse MICHAEL IONAL 2018 8 building aspects of restorative practices to the -MAR-05 lors: Connecting BAROLAK SERVICE 00 AM classroom and how this framework can be used as CENTER to an instructional tool. In addition, we will address curriculum/harm the role of restorative practices as a tool to address harm in the classroom and school settings. repair

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Do you think about the relationships you build with your students? Have you ever noticed that simply giving a consequence doesn't always change behavior? Is a strong school community important INSTRUCT Jun 26, to you? Restorative Practices can influence MICHAEL IONAL 2018 8 classroom practices and your school climate by BAROLAK SERVICE 00 AM positively influencing teacher/student relationships. CENTER This workshop will challenge your current paradigms about student discipline by offering preventative measures that can be used to build community in the classroom and school setting. Jun 12, 2018 1 00 PM, DIANA Jun 13, WARREN 2018 1 00 PM

FERN RIDGE HIGH

The purpose of this class is to education teachers in best-practice ways to help students overcome academic learning obstacles due to a lack of self-regulation or trauma. The techniques will apply to all students, not just those who have social-emotional challenges. The course ties to Caring and Confident in the Parkway mission.


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Do you think about the relationships you build with your students and colleagues? Have you ever noticed that sometimes a consequence given to a student doesn't change their future behavior? Is a strong classroom and school community important to you? Restorative Practices can influence classroom practices and your school climate by CENTRAL positively influencing teacher/student relationships. MIDDLE This workshop will challenge your current paradigms about building community, school discipline and the importance of belonging over exclusion. It will also offer some preventative measures that can be used in the classroom setting before discipline problems arise, as well as influence your teaching practices.


Mode: ​Online Topic:​ Social/Emotional Level: ​All (ece, ele, ms, hs) Online Courses are self-paced, open throughout the summer and close August 1, 2018. Please contact individual instructors with questions. Course Number:

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Environmental Supports to Increase Positive Behavior

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In this course educators will become familiar with the Universal Checklist. This course will focus on the research behind developing rules, routines and schedules and using a 4:1 ratio in regards to positive to negative feedback. Educators will learn MELISSA guidelines for developing classroom rules, routines and LEIBBRAN schedules as well as how to develop visual supports to increase DT student’s positive behavior. 1 ratio in regards to positive to negative feedback. Educators will learn guidelines for developing classroom rules, routines and schedules as well as how to develop visual supports to increase student’s positive behavior.

Fostering Resilient PROP-18- Learners: Strategies MARY MAR-55 for Creating a Trauma BURGER Sensitive Classroom

We all have students that have experienced some sort of trauma that they bring to the classroom daily. How can we connect and support these students to reach their academic potential? In this course, you will build a repertoire of practical strategies to incorporate trauma sensitive and management skills into your daily practice while creating a positive classroom environment. The strategies learned in this course will get you excited to kick off a new school year in a new way in August! We all have students that have experienced some sort of trauma that they bring to the classroom daily. How can we connect and support these students to reach their academic potential?

Fostering Resilient PROP-18- Learners: Strategies SHANNON In this course, you will build a repertoire of practical strategies to MAR-59 for Creating a Trauma BURGER incorporate trauma sensitive and management skills into your Sensitive Classroom daily practice while creating a positive classroom environment. The strategies learned in this course will get you excited to kick off a new school year in a new way in August!

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Lost at School Online Book Study

The purpose of this course is to help teachers think about and acquire new strategies to help students develop perseverance by encouraging passion and curiosity, teaching self-control, self-respect, respect for others, and learning how to downplay negativity. The ultimate end goal is for students to develop self confidence and strategies for a successful life.

Teachers will participate in a book study using the book Lost at School to determine what is causing students to exhibit behaviors that impede their learning and what we can do to help CHRISTIN them become more successful. There are so many students that A have difficulty meeting the Parkway Mission, Vision, and PRUDENC Learning Principles because there are outside factors that are E causing them to act out. This book will look at ways that we can fix this behavior to make sure ALL students are capable, curious, caring, and confident learners.

Teaching with Love HILARY KRANER and Logic

Are you wanting to reduce your stress and bring back your enjoyment of teaching? This class is designed around the book Teaching with Love and Logic Taking Control of the Classroom


by Jim Fay and David Funk. You will learning about effective classroom interventions using shared control, choices within limits and the importance of relationships.

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Diving into Reading Pathways Grades 3-5

Have you wanted to dive into your Reading Pathways Book, but haven’t done it yet? Then this online class is for you! The twelve assignments will be posted in Google Classroom and be self-paced. Some topics that will be explored are understanding fiction and nonfiction text ERIN complexity, dissecting the learning progressions, taking a deep look at ARLEDGE the assessments, and more! Second grade teachers - even though you don’t give the assessments, you would benefit from learning about the learning progressions. You will have to borrow the book from your coach, though, since it is not sold separately. C

Shared Reading and Read Aloud in the K-2 Classroom

Shared reading and read aloud are two critical components of the primary classroom. Learn how to effectively plan for and implement shared reading and read aloud in your primary classroom. We will learn AMANDA through professional reading, online discussions, individual planning for KELLY lessons, as well as videos with private reflection. Participants will be sharing lessons for shared reading and read aloud texts with the class. This is an online course and all assignments will be completed at your own pace through Google Classroom.

Strategies for Close Reading Signposts

This course helps teachers understand and gain knowledge of close reading through the use of signposts in order to teach students how to dig deeper within their fiction texts. Teachers will learn the necessary tools to teach close reading, including 6 signposts, their definitions, and KATHLEE anchor questions. These tools teach students how to notice significant N moments in complex and rigours literature and to facilitate discussion SULLIVAN and critical thinking surrounding them. Teachers will use signposts to model during read aloud and teach students to use this skill during their independent reading time. Teachers will prove their learning with student work samples.

Using "The Writing Strategies Book" with the Units of Study K-5

It’s time to put your copy of “The Writing Strategies Book” by Jennifer Serravallo to use! Crack open the book that provides 300 strategies to support 10 crucial instructional goals. Discover a wealth of ideas for AMANDA strategies to share with students for whole-group, small-group, or KELLY one-to-one instruction. Learn how to use the book alongside the units of study. Participants will be expected to learn about and try strategies from the book during this course. This is an online, self-paced course using Google Classroom designed for K-5 teachers.

In this six hour, online course, K-5 teachers will learn how to use the Using the F&P and Fountas and Pinnell assessment and informal running records to PROP-18- Running Records to AMANDA maximize reading growth for students. Learn how to move the F&P from MAR-35 KELLY Maximize Reading a “one and done” assessment to a valuable piece of information to plan Growth K-5 conferences and small group instruction. Also learn how to give and


analyze quick, informal running records to learn what strategies your readers are already using and determine which strategies to teach next. This is a self-paced course through Google Classroom.

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Utilizing My Literacy Resources

Parkway has provided the K-5 teacher with numerous resources to teach reading. This online course will help you discover how to utilize these tools to maximize instruction and productivity in your classroom. ERIN The resources that will be used for this class are all in your building! ARLEDGE They are your reading units of study, The Reading Strategies Book, and the Independent Reading Assessment (IRA). This online, self-paced course has 12 lessons that will be due on August 1st.


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Create a Fifth Jun 27, PROP-18 Grade Reading LENA 2018 8 -MAR-47 MAYFIELD Conferring 00 AM Toolkit

If you are a fifth grade teacher who would LOVE to have tools at your fingertips to help support reading conferring, then this is the course for you! We will build some background knowledge around INSTRUCT reading conferring and then get busy building a IONAL reading toolkit that focuses on the high-leverage SERVICE standards that will be assessed in your grade level CENTER and that will give you what you need to teach these specific skills. This course supports our Parkway mission and vision by giving you the tools you need to provide specific feedback to increase the high-leverage reading standards in fifth grade.

Close Reading Using Notice PROP-18 -MAR-44 and Note Signposts

Jun 27, 2018 8 30 AM

If you missed it last summer... Come learn about getting your students reading closely in grades 2-8! Close Reading Using Notice and Note HENRY Signposts in both fiction and nonfiction will give ELEMENT your students strategies for when to stop and what ARY to think about while reading. You will find that the signposts in this workshop correlate with the work students do during the Caulkins reading and writing units.

Create a Fourth PROP-18 Grade Reading -MAR-26 Conferring Toolkit

If you are a fourth grade teacher who would LOVE to have tools at your fingertips to help support reading conferring, then this is the course for you! We will build some background knowledge around reading conferring and then get busy building a INSTRUCT Jun 26, DEBORA reading toolkit that focuses on the high-leverage IONAL 2018 8 SCHATTEM standards that will be assessed in your grade level SERVICE 00 AM AN and that will give you the tools you need to teach CENTER these specific skills. This course supports our Parkway mission and vision by giving you the tools you need to provide specific feedback to increase the high-leverage reading standards in fourth grade. C

TINA REIDLER

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Create a K-2 Leveled Reading Conferring Toolkit

If you are a K-2 teacher who would LOVE to have tools at your fingertips to help support reading conferring, then this is the course for you! We will build some background knowledge around reading INSTRUCT Jun 4, DEBORA conferring and then get busy building a leveled IONAL 2018 8 SCHATTEM reading toolkit that will give you what you need to SERVICE 00 AM AN meet the needs of the various levels of students in CENTER your class. This course supports our Parkway mission and vision by giving you the tools you need to provide specific feedback to increase the learning in your classroom.

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Create a K-2 Leveled Reading

Jun 11, DEBORA INSTRUCT If you are a K-2 teacher who would LOVE to have 2018 8 SCHATTEM IONAL tools at your fingertips to help support reading 00 AM AN SERVICE conferring, then this is the course for you! We will


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Create a Third PROP-18 Grade Reading -MAR-25 Conferring Toolkit

CENTER build some background knowledge around reading conferring and then get busy building a leveled reading toolkit that will give you what you need to meet the needs of the various levels of students in your class. This course supports our Parkway mission and vision by giving you the tools you need to provide specific feedback to increase the learning in your classroom. If you are a third grade teacher who would LOVE to have tools at your fingertips to help support reading conferring, then this is the course for you! We will build some background knowledge around INSTRUCT reading conferring and then get busy building a Jun 25, DEBORA IONAL reading toolkit that focuses on the high-leverage 2018 8 SCHATTEM SERVICE standards that will be assessed in your grade level 00 AM AN CENTER and that will provide the tools you need to teach these specific skills. This course supports our Parkway mission and vision by giving you the tools you need to provide specific feedback to increase the high-leverage reading standards in third grade.

ELLEN WILSDON

Do you ever wish that your students would use the reading learning progressions and student rubrics more often and more effectively? Or, refer to charts hanging in your room? Then this class is for you! In this make-and-take workshop, we will be CARMAN creating many tools that your students will use TRAILS during reading workshop - tools that will deepen ELEMENT their understanding of skills, making them more ARY independent when self-assessing and goal setting. This workshop is intended for teachers in grades 2-5, but K and 1 teachers interested in learning about higher reading levels would benefit from this workshop, as well. C

Diving Deeper into Your May 31, Reading PROP-18 ELLEN 2018 8 -MAR-19 WILSDON Learning 30 AM Progressions in Grades 2-5

Have you ever looked at the reading learning progressions and wondered where to begin? Do you want to become more comfortable with them? If so, this class is for you! The goal of learning CARMAN progressions is to support development, so we will TRAILS dive deeply into the learning progressions, looking ELEMENT at how skills develop over time. We'll also create a ARY tool so you can quickly look at assessment data. This class is best suited for teachers in grades 2-5, but K & 1 teachers who want to learn more about skill development would benefit from the workshop, as well.

Creating Learning Jun 11, Progression PROP-18 2018 8 -MAR-20 Tools to Nudge 30 AM Readers in Grades 2-5

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Shared Reading Jun 6, in the K-2 2018 1 00 PM Classroom

AMANDA KELLY

Shared reading is a joyful and critical component of the primary classroom. Learn how to effectively PIERREM plan for and implement shared reading in your ONT primary classroom. We will learn through ELEMENT professional reading, class discussions, individual ARY planning for lessons, as well as videos with reflection. Participants will be sharing lessons for shared reading and favorite texts with the class.

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The Intentional Jun 20, 2018 1 Read Aloud K-5 00 PM

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Intentional Read Aloud is a foundational component of reading and writing workshop. It is a high utility practice that develops language and reading skills, exposes children to different books,


and creates a shared community around texts that can be used to scaffold or springboard students. Whatever objective you choose, the focus of the Intentional Read Aloud is always on understanding, engaging with, and enjoying the book. In this course, you’ll learn how to intentionally, but quickly plan read alouds as models of a shared text focusing on skills your class needs. We’ll start with the read alouds suggested by the units of study, but include participants’ favorites as well.

Using Reading Progressions and Assessments to PROP-18 -MAR-38 Maximize Student Learning Grades 2-5

Jun 12, 2018 1 00 PM, Jun 13, 2018 1 00 PM

Using Reading Progressions and Jul 9, PROP-18 Assessments to 2018 8 -MAR-39 Maximize 30 AM Student Learning Grades 2-5

Using the F&P and Running Jun 19, Records to PROP-18 2018 1 -MAR-34 Maximize 00 PM Reading Growth K-5 Using the F&P and Running Jun 7, Records to PROP-18 2018 1 -MAR-37 Maximize 00 PM Reading Growth K-5

AMANDA KELLY

In this course, you'll learn how to use your Reading pre- and post- unit assessments and learning progressions to maximize student learning in your classroom. Through professional reading, class discussions, and classroom application, we will learn to use the pre- and post- unit PIERREM assessments and learning progressions as tools to ONT help our students learn through self-assessment, ELEMENT reflection, and goal-setting. Leave the course with ARY a plan for using the assessments and progressions in manageable, efficient ways that lift the level of student work. Note: This course meets two, consecutive half days from 1:00-4:00 pm and is designed for grades 2-5 teachers.

AMANDA KELLY

In this course, you'll learn how to use your Reading pre- and post- unit assessments and learning progressions to maximize student learning in your classroom. Through professional reading, class discussions, and classroom application, we PIERREM will learn to use the pre- and post- unit ONT assessments and learning progressions as tools to ELEMENT help our students learn through self-assessment, ARY reflection, and goal-setting. Leave the course with a plan for using the assessments and progressions in manageable, efficient ways that lift the level of student work. This course is designed for grades 2-5 teachers.

AMANDA KELLY

In this course, K-5 teachers will learn how to use the Fountas and Pinnell assessment and informal running records to maximize reading growth for students. Learn how to move the F&P from a “one PIERREM and done” assessment to a valuable piece of ONT information to plan conferences and small group ELEMENT instruction. Also learn how to give and analyze ARY quick, informal running records to learn what strategies your readers are already using and determine which strategies to teach next. This course is designed for K-5 teachers.

AMANDA KELLY

In this course, K-5 teachers will learn how to use the Fountas and Pinnell assessment and informal PIERREM running records to maximize reading growth for ONT students. Learn how to move the F&P from a “one ELEMENT and done” assessment to a valuable piece of ARY information to plan conferences and small group instruction. Also learn how to give and analyze


quick, informal running records to learn what strategies your readers are already using and determine which strategies to teach next. This course is designed for K-5 teachers.

Using The Reading Jun 28, PROP-18 Strategies Book 2018 8 -MAR-33 to Enhance the 30 AM Units of Study (K-5)

Using The Writing Jun 27, PROP-18 Strategies Book 2018 8 -MAR-32 with the Units of 30 AM Study

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Creating Tools Jun 13, for Writers, 2018 8 30 AM Grades K - 8

Learning Progressions Jun 12, for Writing PROP-18 2018 8 -MAR-17 More Than Just 30 AM a Rubric for Grades K - 8

AMANDA KELLY

It’s time to put your copy of “The Reading Strategies Book” by Jennifer Serravallo to use with the Units of Study! Explore ways to use this book PIERREM to supplement the work of the Units of Study. ONT Discover a wealth of ideas for strategies to share ELEMENT with students for whole-group, small-group, or ARY one-to-one instruction. Participants will be expected to learn about and try strategies from the book during this course. This course is designed for K-5 teachers.

AMANDA KELLY

It’s time to put your copy of “The Writing Strategies Book” by Jennifer Serravallo to use! Crack open the book that provides 300 strategies to support 10 PIERREM crucial instructional goals. Discover how to use this ONT book in conjunction with the Units of Study to ELEMENT provide writing instruction. Participants will be ARY expected to learn about and try strategies from the book during this course. This course is designed for K-5 teachers.

ERIN ARLEDGE

How often do you give your writers a checklist for self-assessing, and they check off that everything CARMAN is good? We’ve all been there! In this workshop, TRAILS we will create tools that will help your students ELEMENT better understand the learning progression and ARY checklists. Make-and-take tools that will be beneficial for student self-assessment and goal setting! C

ERIN ARLEDGE

Do you want to become more comfortable using your writing learning progressions? And get better at naming what students are doing, as well as next steps? If so, this class is for you! The goal of CARMAN learning progressions is to support development. TRAILS So, as we dive into the writing learning ELEMENT progressions, we will look at how writing skills ARY progress over time, helping you plan for conferring and small group work. We will also identify strategies to help nudge your writer to the next level. C


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Reading Workshop 2.0: Refining Our Practices (2018)

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Writing Workshop 2.0: Refining our Practices (2018)

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Reaching Middle Grade Readers

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*This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Friday, July 27th. *Audience: Teachers of 6th-12th ELA grades Reading workshop instruction relies on research that STEPHANIE shows that kids need to read a lot of texts, with high comprehension, GILLUM in order to move up levels of text complexity. This course will allow you to enhance your understanding of reading workshop while working at your own pace in the comfort of your own home! The sessions will discuss the various components of reading workshop as well as strategies to set-up interdependence in your classroom. *This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Friday,July 27th . *Audience: Teachers of 6th-12th grades As educators in the 21st century, we know the importance of MELISSA personalized learning for all students. Students are more successful SOMMERFE and engaged in their learning when they can work on goals personalized to them. The workshop model provides a framework to LD do this work in a meaningful and productive way. This course will give teachers the language and structures to implement a workshop model and will provide opportunities to plan personalized lessons to implement in the fall. JULIE BOATNER

Prepare to reach your middle grade readers (ages 8-13) by becoming well-versed in the best reviewed books of the first half of 2018. Choose two books from our list, leave a video book review, and give feedback on the reviews of others.


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Creating Tools Jun 13, for Writers, 2018 8 30 AM Grades K - 8

Learning Progressions Jun 12, for Writing PROP-18 2018 8 -MAR-17 More Than Just 30 AM a Rubric for Grades K - 8

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Book Club 2.0

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ERIN ARLEDGE

How often do you give your writers a checklist for self-assessing, and they check off that everything CARMAN is good? We’ve all been there! In this workshop, TRAILS we will create tools that will help your students ELEMENT better understand the learning progression and checklists. Make-and-take tools that will be ARY beneficial for student self-assessment and goal setting! C

ERIN ARLEDGE

Do you want to become more comfortable using your writing learning progressions? And get better at naming what students are doing, as well as next CARMAN steps? If so, this class is for you! The goal of TRAILS learning progressions is to support development. So, as we dive into the writing learning ELEMENT progressions, we will look at how writing skills ARY progress over time, helping you plan for conferring and small group work. We will also identify strategies to help nudge your writer to the next level. C

Using book clubs to increase student engagement and ignite a love of reading. --transfers learning to Jul 23, KEMBA CENTRAL new situations beyond the classroom and school 2018 8 METROPOU --makes meaning of content within helpful HIGH conceptual frameworks and multiple contexts 00 AM LOS --uses feedback to improve products, performances, key skills and transfer of learning


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NH? IL? WTH? Demystifying World PROP-18Language Proficiency MAR-58 to Maximize Student Performance

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“Wait… are we supposed to do this in French/German/Japanese/Spanish or in English? Can we just do it in English?” Tired of hearing your students say this? Ever feel like your World Language students don’t really know how to do what they really should be able to do at the end of a unit or CHRISTY level? Maybe even you as the teacher feel unsure about what KEATING they should be able to do, too! This course will take you through and the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines and guide you through the LAUREN process of determining, monitoring, grading, improving and BERNSTEIN planning for student proficiency in your World Language classroom. You will come away from this course with a lesson plan that is ready to use in your individual classroom and with a toolbox of strategies to help truly transform your classroom into a proficiency-based community.

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Connecting Practice to the Future Ready Librarian Framework

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Bill Bass

Description: The course is setup to delve into each of the principle components (wedges) in relation to student learning, professional practice, and program guidelines. The idea is to bring awareness around each principle in order to inform our decisions as we support schools in the digital transformation of learning and create programming goals unique to our community. Each of the principles will provide you with an opportunity to engage, explore, share, apply and reflect on your library program. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code 79D6F-G6DH4 to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start. ​.


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DESE Workshop

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You will travel to Jeff City for this development. This is a PD workshop provided by DESE to increase understanding Jul 23, in Writing in Science. This is connected to our work in Parkway 2018 7 00 because we are life-long learners constantly staying with current best practices to ensure our students are prepared for the ever changing AM world. Contact Stephanie Valli for additional details.

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Effective Strategies for 21st Century Language Instruction

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Real-World Jun 11, Choice PROP-1 2018 8 00 Homework in 8-MAR-0 AM, Jun 12, the World 2 2018 8 00 Language AM Classroom

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World Language teachers continue to pursue cutting edge instructional practices that will allow them to prepare students who are capable, curious, caring, and confident learners who understand and respond to the challenges of an ever-changing world. This course seeks to study sound pedagogical practices that will sharpen our knowledge and skills in preparing students on their path to language proficiency through the 3 modes of communication interpretive, presentational, and interpersonal. This course will focus on the employment of authentic texts, engaging materials, and relevant cultural content through Stage 3 of Understanding by Design.

World Language teachers are continually researching and implementing best practices to facilitate the growth and development of students who are capable, curious, caring and confident learners who understand and respond to the challenges of an ever-changing world. This course SOUTHW seeks to research and create real-world choice homework and class activities for students. EST Research has shown that offering choice in the MIDDLE classroom is linked to increased student effort, performance and subsequent learning (Marzano). This course will sharpen our knowledge and skills in preparing students who positively engage in an ever-changing world. Furthermore, this course will focus on the creation of real-world choice homework for students in world language classes


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DIGITAL ART PROP-18 for the MIDDLE -MAR-28 SCHOOL ART CURRICULUM

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Aug 6, 2018 8 30 AM, KAREN SOUTH Aug 7, SILVERMAN MIDDLE 2018 8 30 AM

Description: The purpose of this course is to share best practices in digital technology in the art room. In order to connect with Parkway's mission, art teachers will learn new skills in the field of technology to help our students perform at higher standards in all respects. In this course, teachers will compare/contrast successful strategies used during instruction with technology. The Parkway Fine Arts mission is to ensure its students are artistically literate, capable, creative....This course will give teachers new ideas on how to incorporate technology so students benefit from learning new methods. This will likely result in higher student performance levels, additional outlets for creativity, problem-solving, and ultimately, confidence in their artistic capabilities.

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Tech Ed MSPLC Schoology Transition

May 30, 2018 7 30 AM, May 31, 2018 7 30 AM

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CURTIS COULSON

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SOUTH HIGH

Transition all Technology Education CTE teachers in MSPLC from Canvas and Google Classroom to Schoology for assessments and curriculum, ensuring uniform application of Schoology for this MSPLC. This group has a large investment in Canvas as our previous LMS and want to seamlessly move to using Schoology in 2018-19.


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SADF Leader Meeting

Jul 30, 2018 9 30 AM, Jul 31, 2018 9 30 AM, Aug 1, 2018 9 30 AM, Aug 2, 2018 9 30 AM

EDWARD MATTISON

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Outdoor School Jul 16, 2018 9 30 AM, Jul OS-18-01 Director Think 17, 2018 9 30 AM Tank

EDWARD MATTISON

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EDWARD MATTISON

The St. Louis Health/PE Institute is an opportunity for our Parkway Health/PE teachers to participate in a local content based workshop with peers from SOUTHWES around St. Louis County and T MIDDLE surrounding counties. This workshop will offer a presentation from the National Middle School Teacher of the Year as well as former local Teachers of the Year.

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St. Louis Health/PE Institute

Jul 11, 2018 8 00 AM

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This course provides the Outdoor School Directors opportunity to grow their learning as a community.


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Intermediate Number Strings (grades 3-5)

Jun 21, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 22, 2018 8 00 AM

Primary Numeracy Routines

Jun 14, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 15, 2018 8 00 AM

Using Equations Jul 17, for Math PROP-18 2018 8 -MAR-30 Enrichment (am 00 AM session)

Using Equations Jul 17, for Math PROP-18 2018 -MAR-31 Enrichment (pm 12 00 PM session)

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TOBIN FALES

This course is an introduction to numeracy routines (number strings) as an instructional strategy. CARMAN Teachers will learn to design and implement TRAILS routines for both whole class and differentiated ELEMENT small groups. Teachers who already use number ARY strings are encouraged to abstain from enrolling in this course.

TOBIN FALES

This course is an introduction to numeracy routines (number strings) as an instructional strategy. CARMAN Teachers will learn to design and implement TRAILS routines for both whole class and differentiated ELEMENT small groups. Teachers who already use number ARY strings are encouraged to abstain from enrolling in this course.

ALICIA YERXA

This course will teach you how to play the math game "Equations." It can be utilized inside and outside the general education classroom. It can be used as math enrichment, during math workshop, in Mosaics, or as a before/after school club. Participants will have the opportunity to learn to play the game, as well as have time to collaborate with other educators to plan for implementation. BELLERIV Equations is a fast-paced, open-ended, E highly-competitive game. It challenges players to ELEMENT apply their math skills in order to create and write ARY as many equations as possible for a certain value. The students must be able to write equations using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with the digits 0 through 9. At the more advanced level, the students must also be able to use radicals, exponents, fractions and negative numbers. Participants will walk away with a game of their own.

ALICIA YERXA

This course will teach you how to play the math game "Equations." It can be utilized inside and BELLERIV outside the general education classroom. It can be E used as math enrichment, during math workshop, ELEMENT in Mosaics, or as a before/after school club. ARY Participants will have the opportunity to learn to play the game, as well as have time to collaborate with other educators to plan for implementation.


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MS MATH in Three Acts: Tasks, Deeper Problems, & Twitter

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Grounded in the work of Jo Boaler, the purpose of this course is to provide middle school math INSTRUCT Jun 13, teachers with resources to build into their teaching GREGORY IONAL 2018 8 style (three act tasks, desmos, etc.). We'll also look HERNDON SERVICE 30 AM at how Twitter can be used to help strengthen your CENTER teaching, thereby helping create capable, caring, and confident learners.

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Place Based History

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Jun 18, 2018 8 30 AM

ANGELA LOLLEY

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Teachers will be introduced to the importance of Place when thinking about history where you are matters as much as when your are. Teachers will also be introduced to Google Expeditions and Google Tour Builder as a way to bring the importance of Place into the classroom. The course will end with time to design (or begin to design) a lesson/unit that is based around PLACE.

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Jun 5, 2018 8 PROP-18 String Teacher 00 AM, NICOLE -MAR-11 Summer Development Jun 6, KOVALUK 2018 8 00 AM

417 Trail Grove Ct. Ballwin, This course is designed to provide Parkway String Teachers with a designated time to meet as a staff to share Nikki teaching strategies and best practices. This Kovaluk's professional development opportunity will include Home strategies for teaching all levels and instruments through the lens of vertical and horizontal alignment throughout the district. Topics will include use of technology in the classroom


(websites, Google Classroom), classroom management techniques, technique discussions, best practices in differentiating instruction,and preparing common teaching materials. Please bring your instrument!

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Assessment Development for String Teachers

Jun 7, NICOLE 2018 8 KOVALUK 00 AM

417 Trail Grove Ct. Ballwin, This course is designed to provide Parkway String Teachers with a designated time to meet as a staff to discuss and develop horizontally and vertically aligned assessments to use in the strings classroom. Our goal is to collaborate on the creation of a variety of Nikki assessment tools, including both formative and Kovaluk's summative assessments. Types of assessments Home developed and topics discussed will include single technique assessments, video playing assessments, online submission vehicles, use of Google Classroom in assessing, daily preparedness assessment, and student self-reflection strategies. Bring your laptop, ideally with a built in camera!


Courses Organized Alphabetically Courses will o ​ pen​ in PEERS for registration on May 1, 2018 at 5:00 pm. Registration with c ​ lose on May 15, 2018 at 11:59 pm.


Course Guide Course Number: TECH-18-41 Course Name: Advanced Google Spreadsheets - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 11, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Did you know that Google Spreadsheets can help you automate your classroom with a few simple formulas? In this class we will look at ways to create a digital dashboard of your student's work helping you better track and look for growth in their assessments and assignments. No prior knowledge of spreadsheets and formulas is required for this class. Just bring your Google account and sense of adventure and together we will create a series of spreadsheets that will help better meet the needs of your students. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-54 Course Name: Assessing the Qualities of Good Writing Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: MARY SCHOENFELDT Location: online Description:Do you struggle with assessing student writing? Do you want students to self-assess and create their own goals? In this course, educators will have the opportunity to examine student writing and use rubrics to help determine strengths and areas of growth of the writer. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-12 Course Name: Assessment Development for String Teachers Dates: Jun 7, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: NICOLE KOVALUK Location: Nikki Kovaluk's Home: 417 Trail Grove Ct. Ballwin, Description:This course is designed to provide Parkway String Teachers with a designated time to meet as a staff to discuss and develop horizontally and vertically aligned assessments to use in the strings classroom. Our goal is to collaborate on the creation of a variety of assessment tools, including both formative and summative assessments. Types of assessments developed and topics discussed will include single technique assessments, video playing assessments, online submission vehicles, use of Google Classroom in assessing, daily preparedness assessment, and student self-reflection strategies. Bring your laptop, ideally with a built in camera! Course Number: CTE-18-12 Course Name: BMIT Vertical Alignment Dates: Jul 2, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: MEDIA SERVICES Description:Career Pathways with competencies for BMIT. Course Number: TECH -18-60 Course Name: Basics of Designing for Presentations - KQED - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:Made up of 2 online modules, this self-paced course will help participants explore how designing effective presentations will help students better access and understand classroom content. Teachers and administrators can use these skills to connect with their and create memorable presentations for their audiences. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code 47J9C-WCKZ9 to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-65 Course Name: Be the Change: Empowering Leadership in the Lunchroom Dates: Jun 7, 2018 9 00 AM, Jun 14, 2018 9 00 AM Instructor: ASHLEY DRISSELL Location: WEST HIGH Description:In Parkway, a key element of our Mission is to ensure that our students are demonstrating care for themselves and others. We understand that the capacity to learn is not fixed; ability and understanding can always improve. With a student body population as diverse as those of our schools, students have the fortunate opportunity to learn from others who are different from themselves. Parkway defines success based on this very principle. We strive to empower our students to seeks to understand the views, values and cultures of others. This may be achieved by fostering a strong sense of personal, social and civic responsibility. One way that we have been putting these ideas into practice at West High, is by starting a chapter of a national lunch club called, We Dine Together. This student-led, staff-supported club has a simple mission- to change the culture of our school. In We Dine Together, students work to actively unite & empower individuals to create inclusive environments through the belief that long-lasting relationships are built over the table. With the support of the global anti-bullying campaign, Be Strong, we have teamed up to educate and empower students on the dangers of social isolation and the tools they need to inspire one another to reach out beyond their immediate friend groups and invite students who may be new to the school or have no one to sit with at lunch to join them for food and conversation. After leading this effort for the past year, alongside my amazing student club president, we are starting to see some incredible leaders emerge. I have learned a lot and am more and more energized by this club and by Be Strong. We Dine Together is a model of social activism which can be adapted to suit the needs of every school and age level in the district. I would love to share my learning and tools with other staff members who might be interested in heading a chapter of We Dine Together at their respective schools. This is important work we are doing at this critical moment in time.


Course Number: MS-MATH-18-03 Course Name: Becoming the Math Teacher You Wish You Had Dates: Jun 1, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: MELISSA SOMMERFELD Location: VIRTUAL Description:Tracy Zager writes, "Good math teaching begins with us". Join this cohort of learning to view our teaching through the eyes of students and build a bank of ideas and strategies to impact student engagement in a positive way. Math is naturally an engaging subject, we as educators can continue to make math captivating for all! Course Number: Tech-18-30 Course Name: Beginning to Blend: An introduction to blended learning - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:This course will teach you about blended and personalized learning as a whole, and show you how to stretch your thinking and try something new. You’ll learn the how and why of “blended” and how blended/personalized learning is changing the face of teaching and learning. You’ll leave this course with four blended “recipes” you can implement in your classroom immediately. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code T87RR-M6BN4 to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-75 Course Name: Book Club 2.0 Dates: Jul 23, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: KEMBA METROPOULOS Location: CENTRAL HIGH Description:Using book clubs to increase student engagement and ignite a love of reading. --transfers learning to new situations beyond the classroom and school --makes meaning of content within helpful conceptual frameworks and multiple contexts --uses feedback to improve products, performances, key skills and transfer of learning Course Number: TECH-19-01 Course Name: BreakoutEDU Dates: Jul 16, 2018 12 00 PM Instructor: JENNY GRAY Location: SORRENTO SPRINGS ELEMENTARY Description:Foster creative problem solvers in your classroom through the use of BreakoutEDU to teach teamwork, critical thinking and troubleshooting. This workshop will not only give you the experience of "breaking out" but also teach you how to design your own experience for your students and customize it to your classroom. Course Number: Wk-HPE-18-07 Course Name: CAT Dates: Nov 15, 2018 4 30 PM, Jan 9, 2018 4 30 PM, Jan 17, 2018 4 30 PM, Feb 12, 2018 4 30 PM, Feb 21, 2018 4 30 PM, Apr 16, 2018 4 30 PM Instructor: EDWARD MATTISON Location: TBD Description:CAT Workshop Course Number: CTE-18-8 Course Name: Child Development/Intro to Teaching Dates: Jul 10, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:Education and Child Development Competency work. Course Number: TECH-18-32 Course Name: Citizenship in the Digital Age - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:In a world where answers are only a click away and media can be shared with ease, it's important to think about the role that these digital tools play in literacy instruction and work. In this session, we will think about the ways that we can teach students to be safe and responsible digital citizens and what can be done as educators to help students manage their own digital footprint. Access this course with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net) using the code 6FZD3-46PCB. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-44 Course Name: Close Reading Using Notice and Note Signposts Dates: Jun 27, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: TINA REIDLER Location: HENRY ELEMENTARY Description:If you missed it last summer... Come learn about getting your students reading closely in grades 2-8! Close Reading Using Notice and Note Signposts in both fiction and nonfiction will give your students strategies for when to stop and what to think about while reading. You will find that the signposts in this workshop correlate with the work students do during the Caulkins reading and writing units.


Course Number: Lib-18-04 Course Name: Connecting Practice to the Future Ready Librarian Framework Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:The course is setup to delve into each of the principle components (wedges) in relation to student learning, professional practice, and program guidelines. The idea is to bring awareness around each principle in order to inform our decisions as we support schools in the digital transformation of learning and create programming goals unique to our community. Each of the principles will provide you with an opportunity to engage, explore, share, apply and reflect on your library program. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code 79D6F-G6DH4 to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start. Course Number: SC-18-MAR-81 Course Name: Cooperative Learning Structures: Kagan Online Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: AMY GEURKINK-COATS Location: online Description:Description: Cooperative Learning Structures: Kagan Online is offered as an introduction to the Kagan model of Cooperative Learning and the elements of PIES (Positive Interdependence, Individual Opportunities, Equal Participation and Simultaneous Interaction.) All work will be independent modules completed online in Google Classroom in your pajamas or next to the pool! Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-82 Course Name: Cooperative Learning Structures: Kagan Online Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: AMY GEURKINK-COATS Location: online Description:Description: Cooperative Learning Structures: Kagan Online is offered as an introduction to the Kagan model of Cooperative Learning and the elements of PIES (Positive Interdependence, Individual Opportunities, Equal Participation and Simultaneous Interaction.) All work will be independent modules completed online in Google Classroom in your pajamas! Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-47 Course Name: Create a Fifth Grade Reading Conferring Toolkit Dates: Jun 27, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: LENA MAYFIELD Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:If you are a fifth grade teacher who would LOVE to have tools at your fingertips to help support reading conferring, then this is the course for you! We will build some background knowledge around reading conferring and then get busy building a reading toolkit that focuses on the high-leverage standards that will be assessed in your grade level and that will give you what you need to teach these specific skills. This course supports our Parkway mission and vision by giving you the tools you need to provide specific feedback to increase the high-leverage reading standards in fifth grade. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-26 Course Name: Create a Fourth Grade Reading Conferring Toolkit Dates: Jun 26, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: DEBORA SCHATTEMAN Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:If you are a fourth grade teacher who would LOVE to have tools at your fingertips to help support reading conferring, then this is the course for you! We will build some background knowledge around reading conferring and then get busy building a reading toolkit that focuses on the high-leverage standards that will be assessed in your grade level and that will give you the tools you need to teach these specific skills. This course supports our Parkway mission and vision by giving you the tools you need to provide specific feedback to increase the high-leverage reading standards in fourth grade. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-23 Course Name: Create a K-2 Leveled Reading Conferring Toolkit Dates: Jun 4, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: DEBORA SCHATTEMAN Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:If you are a K-2 teacher who would LOVE to have tools at your fingertips to help support reading conferring, then this is the course for you! We will build some background knowledge around reading conferring and then get busy building a leveled reading toolkit that will give you what you need to meet the needs of the various levels of students in your class. This course supports our Parkway mission and vision by giving you the tools you need to provide specific feedback to increase the learning in your classroom. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-24 Course Name: Create a K-2 Leveled Reading Conferring Toolkit Dates: Jun 11, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: DEBORA SCHATTEMAN Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:If you are a K-2 teacher who would LOVE to have tools at your fingertips to help support reading conferring, then this is the course for you! We will build some background knowledge around reading conferring and then get busy building a leveled reading toolkit that will give you what you need to meet the needs of the various levels of students in your class. This course supports our Parkway mission and vision by giving you the tools you need to provide specific feedback to increase the learning in your classroom.


Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-25 Course Name: Create a Third Grade Reading Conferring Toolkit Dates: Jun 25, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: DEBORA SCHATTEMAN Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:If you are a third grade teacher who would LOVE to have tools at your fingertips to help support reading conferring, then this is the course for you! We will build some background knowledge around reading conferring and then get busy building a reading toolkit that focuses on the high-leverage standards that will be assessed in your grade level and that will provide the tools you need to teach these specific skills. This course supports our Parkway mission and vision by giving you the tools you need to provide specific feedback to increase the high-leverage reading standards in third grade. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-20 Course Name: Creating Learning Progression Tools to Nudge Readers in Grades 2-5 Dates: Jun 11, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: ELLEN WILSDON Location: CARMAN TRAILS ELEMENTARY Description:Do you ever wish that your students would use the reading learning progressions and student rubrics more often and more effectively? Or, refer to charts hanging in your room? Then this class is for you! In this make-and-take workshop, we will be creating many tools that your students will use during reading workshop - tools that will deepen their understanding of skills, making them more independent when self-assessing and goal setting. This workshop is intended for teachers in grades 2-5, but K and 1 teachers interested in learning about higher reading levels would benefit from this workshop, as well. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-16 Course Name: Creating Tools for Writers, Grades K - 8 Dates: Jun 13, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: ERIN ARLEDGE Location: CARMAN TRAILS ELEMENTARY Description:How often do you give your writers a checklist for self-assessing, and they check off that everything is good? We’ve all been there! In this workshop, we will create tools that will help your students better understand the learning progression and checklists. Make-and-take tools that will be beneficial for student self-assessment and goal setting! Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-52 Course Name: Creating a BreakoutEDU Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: EVANGELINE DIEL Location: online Description:BreakoutEDU is a game-based learning platform. Players must use communication and critical thinking to solve a variety of digital and/or print-based puzzles to open all the locks on the BreakoutEDU box in a specified amount of time. Have you heard about BreakoutEDU but weren’t sure you have enough time to create a game, or it just seems too confusing to set up? This course will give you the resources and tips you need to make it manageable. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-15 Course Name: Creating an ELL Friendly Learning Environment Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: MARIA FLICK Location: VIRTUAL Description:Teacher will learn and apply strategies for developing an environment that is conducive to ELL learners, while supporting all styles of learning in the classroom. Everything from creating a welcoming classroom, to planning lessons for optimum engagement and teaching content vocabulary with ELL students in mind will be address through the book study and modules in this course. Course Number: TECH-18-55 Course Name: Creating with Chromebooks - Summer 2018 Dates: Jun 21, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: STACIA WAGERS Location: SHENANDOAH VALLEY ELEMENTARY Description:Chromebooks have given Parkway students greater access to a variety of digital tools but often are seen as research and writing tools. This workshop is meant to get beyond traditional activities and use the device to empower students to create meaningful learning. Course Number: Wk-HS-MA-19-01 Course Name: Credit by Exam Writing: Honors Algebra 2 Trigonometry #2 Dates: Jul 7, 2018 1 00 PM, Jul 14, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: JENNIFER PROFFITT Location: TBD Description:Looking for a few good assessment writers to prepare an Honors Algebra 2 Trig exam for students wishing to test out of this course. In addition to the exam, a feedback sheet will also be created. This course will meet for 3 hours and then teachers will be compensated based on work completed up to 12 total hours. Course Number: Wk-HS-MA-19-02 Course Name: Credit by Exam Writing: Honors Geometry #2 Dates: Jul 7, 2018 1 00 PM, Jul 14, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: JENNIFER PROFFITT Location: TBD Description:Looking for a few good assessment writers to prepare an Honors Geometry Exam for students wishing to test out of this course. In addition to the exam, a feedback sheet will also be created. This course will meet for 3 hours and then teachers will be compensated based on work completed up to 12 total hours.


Course Number: CTE-18-5 Course Name: Culinary Mentor Curriculum Writing Dates: Jun 19, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: CENTRAL HIGH Description:Curriculum Writing for Stage 1 & 2. Course Number: MS - SCI 18 - 01 Course Name: DESE Workshop Dates: Jul 23, 2018 7 00 AM Instructor: STEPHANIE VALLI Location: Jefferson City Description:This is a PD workshop provided by DESE to increase understanding in Writing in Science. This is connected to our work in Parkway because we are life-long learners constantly staying with current best practices to ensure our students are prepared for the ever changing world. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-28 Course Name: DIGITAL ART for the MIDDLE SCHOOL ART CURRICULUM Dates: Aug 6, 2018 8 30 AM, Aug 7, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: KAREN SILVERMAN Location: SOUTH MIDDLE Description:The purpose of this course is to share best practices in digital technology in the art room. In order to connect with Parkway's mission, art teachers will learn new skills in the field of technology to help our students perform at higher standards in all respects. In this course, teachers will compare/contrast successful strategies used during instruction with technology. The Parkway Fine Arts mission is to ensure its students are artistically literate, capable, creative....This course will give teachers new ideas on how to incorporate technology so students benefit from learning new methods. This will likely result in higher student performance levels, additional outlets for creativity, problem-solving, and ultimately, confidence in their artistic capabilities. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-71 Course Name: Deeper into Google Apps for Littles (K-2) Dates: Jun 12, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: JULIE BOATNER Location: CLAYMONT ELEMENTARY Description:This course is designed to take your K-2 students' Google skills to the next level. Using the newly released book GOOGLE APPS FOR LITTLES: BELIEVE THEY CAN by Christine Pinto and Alice Keeler, we will explore the latest strategies for supporting primary math and ELA through Chromebooks. Topics include collaboration, graphs and charts, video feedback, storyboarding, models and equations, and more. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-68 Course Name: Developing Mathematicans Dates: Jun 27, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 28, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: DANA TROKEY Location: HIGHCROFT RIDGE ELEMENTARY Description:The purpose of this course is to further the knowledge of early childhood educators on how young learners develop number concepts and problem solve so they can effectively plan to meet the different needs of their learners. Ensuring our students successfully develop number concepts and problem solve will help them to be fully prepared for future educational challenges and encourage our students to be creative, thoughtful and effective problem solvers. Course learning will enable educators to plan for student mathematicians to makes meaning of content within helpful conceptual frameworks and multiple contexts. Additionally, participants and their students will construct new knowledge by building on prior knowledge and activating earlier ideas. Course Number: TECH-19-03 Course Name: Developing your Schoology Class - Face to Face - July 2018 Dates: Jul 10, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Are you already familiar with the basics of Schoology but want to go further? This class will help you get started with designing learning experiences that take advantage of the digital platform and provide students with anytime, anywhere access to resources. Developing your Schoology Class is an online, self-paced course that goes beyond the basics of all the tools of Schoology and will give you an opportunity to plan, design and develop resources to meet your students in an online space. Learn how to use all the modules with guidance from others who have been using Schoology for the past year and develop your resources in a sample class as you go. Prefer face to face? Check out our Face to Face Developing Your Schoology class in June or July. Note: If you are not familiar with Schoology, it is recommended that you take the Schoology Essentials Bootcamp before taking this course. Course Number: TECH-18-39 Course Name: Developing your Schoology Class - June 2018 Dates: Jun 12, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: TBD Description:Are you already familiar with the basics of Schoology but want to go further? This class will help you get started with designing learning experiences that take advantage of the digital platform and provide students with anytime, anywhere access to resources. Developing your Schoology Class is an online, self-paced course that goes beyond the basics of all the tools of Schoology and will give you an opportunity to plan, design and develop resources to meet your students in an online space. Learn how to use all the modules with guidance from others who have been using Schoology for the past year and develop your resources in a sample class as you go. Prefer face to face? Check out our Face to Face Developing Your Schoology class in June or July. Note: If you are not familiar with Schoology, it is recommended that you take the Schoology Essentials Bootcamp before taking this course.


Course Number: TECH-18-38 Course Name: Developing your Schoology Class Online Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:Are you already familiar with the basics of Schoology but want to go further? This class will help you get started with designing learning experiences that take advantage of the digital platform and provide students with anytime, anywhere access to resources. Developing your Schoology Class is a face to face course that goes beyond the basics of all the tools of Schoology and will give you an opportunity to plan, design and develop resources to meet your students in an online space. Work through all the modules on your own and develop your resources in a sample class as you go in this online course. Prefer face to face? Check out our Face to Face Developing Your Schoology class in June or July. Note: If you are not familiar with Schoology, it is recommended that you take the Schoology Essentials Bootcamp before taking this course. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code SCTP9-HTH52 to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-64 Course Name: Digital Feedback Toolkit Dates: Jun 14, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: MELISSA GEBHARD Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:This course will provide teachers with several tools to use for giving online feedback: Permanent Clipboard and Highlight Tool (for commenting through Google Docs), Screencastify (for video feedback), and Google Forms (for feedback based on selected responses). While this course is somewhat focused on feedback for essays, any teacher having students submit work online (including presentations, lab reports, quizzes through Google Forms, etc.) would benefit from these tools. This directly ties to Parkway's Learning Principle: Learners will "use feedback to improve products, performances, key skills, and transfer of learning." Course Number: TECH-18-43 Course Name: Digital Formative Assessment Dates: Jun 13, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: PETER LARSON Location: SOUTHWEST MIDDLE Description:With devices in the hands of all of our students these days, it is easier than ever to collect quick snapshots of their knowledge. Come learn about the variety of options available to you and the best practices for using them embedded within your daily instruction, have time to explore them, and create some tools you will be able to use right away next year with your students on day 1. Course Number: TECH-19-04 Course Name: Digital Learning Institute 2018 Dates: Jul 30, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: CENTRAL MIDDLE Description:The Parkway Digital Learning Institute is meant for teachers at all levels and in all content areas to continue to incorporate more digital tools and content into the classroom. Set up like a conference, this event will focus on breakout sessions while providing the opportunity to learn and collaborate and see where technology fits into your curricular area and classroom. Sessions will be offered for Google tools, Schoology, personalized learning in digital spaces and many more. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-19 Course Name: Diving Deeper into Your Reading Learning Progressions in Grades 2-5 Dates: Jun 25, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: ELLEN WILSDON Location: CARMAN TRAILS ELEMENTARY Description:Have you ever looked at the reading learning progressions and wondered where to begin? Do you want to become more comfortable with them? If so, this class is for you! The goal of learning progressions is to support development, so we will dive deeply into the learning progressions, looking at how skills develop over time. We'll also create a tool so you can quickly look at assessment data. This class is best suited for teachers in grades 2-5, but K & 1 teachers who want to learn more about skill development would benefit from the workshop, as well. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-13 Course Name: Diving into Reading Pathways Grades 3-5 Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: ERIN ARLEDGE Location: Online Description:Have you wanted to dive into your Reading Pathways Book, but haven’t done it yet? Then this online class is for you! The twelve assignments will be posted in Google Classroom and be self-paced. Some topics that will be explored are understanding fiction and nonfiction text complexity, dissecting the learning progressions, taking a deep look at the assessments, and more! Second grade teachers - even though you don’t give the assessments, you would benefit from learning about the learning progressions. You will have to borrow the book from your coach, though, since it is not sold separately. Course Number: TECH-18-44 Course Name: Do you Hyperdoc? Dates: Jun 12, 2018 12 30 PM Instructor: NICOLE WARFIELD Location: CENTRAL MIDDLE Description:Come explore the world of HyperDocs! HyperDocs allow you to create high-engagement lessons quickly and easily with Google Docs and can take boring old worksheets and turn them into digital, dynamic, and interactive lessons for your students. No matter your content area or grade level, you can utilize this tool with your students to capture and hold their


attention. Through this digital approach, your students will be able to connect with your content while learning strategies for accessing digital media. Transform your classroom with Google Docs and create authentic, meaningful learning experiences for your students with HyperDocs! Course Number: Wk-HS-ELA-18-17 Course Name: ELA Assessment Writing - Day 2 Dates: Jun 12, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: ERIN CROLEY Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:ELA Assessment Writing - Day 2 Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-01 Course Name: Effective Strategies for 21st Century Language Instruction Dates: Jun 11, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 12, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: MEGAN SCHACHT Location: WEST MIDDLE Description:World Language teachers continue to pursue cutting edge instructional practices that will allow them to prepare students who are capable, curious, caring, and confident learners who understand and respond to the challenges of an ever-changing world. This course seeks to study sound pedagogical practices that will sharpen our knowledge and skills in preparing students on their path to language proficiency through the 3 modes of communication: interpretive, presentational, and interpersonal. This course will focus on the employment of authentic texts, engaging materials, and relevant cultural content through Stage 3 of Understanding by Design. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-61 Course Name: Engagement for Real Learning Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: MELANIE HOLLAND Location: online Description:Are you wanting to introduce morning meeting into your classroom? Do you want to know more about the structure of morning meeting? This class is designed to help you understand the purpose of morning meeting, the components of morning meeting, and how to successfully implement it in your room. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-57 Course Name: Environmental Supports to Increase Positive Behavior Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: MELISSA LEIBBRANDT Location: online Description:In this course educators will become familiar with the Universal Checklist. This course will focus on the research behind developing rules, routines and schedules and using a 4:1 ratio in regards to positive to negative feedback. Educators will learn guidelines for developing classroom rules, routines and schedules as well as how to develop visual supports to increase student’s positive behavior. Course Number: TECH-18-52 Course Name: Explore and Create with Google Tourbuilder and Earth Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: ELIZABETH LYONS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:?How would you like your students to click a button and enter a hotel in Paris? Or walk on a glacier in Iceland? ?What if they could visit the home of Nathaniel Hawthorne while reading The Scarlet Letter? Or walk down Wall Street when learning about the stock market? See how your students ca?n travel the world with Google Earth, and discover interesting facts as they go with some of Earth's built-in features. Then, learn how to use Google Tour Builder--a slide creation program that connects slide presentation?s? to Google Earth. See examples of how teachers are using Tour Builder as a platform for students to create interactive slide presentations. ???You will create your own Tour Builder presentation that you can use in your class.? Course Number: CTE-18-10 Course Name: FACS Skills for Success Dates: Jul 24, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:Embedding competencies for knowledge, skills, and dispositions into the FACS curriculum. Course Number: TECH-18-57 Course Name: Face News? - Finding Credible Sources Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: KATHERINE PENDLETON Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:Participants will gain a better understanding of source credibility for personal/professional use as well as explore ways to integrate media literacy into classroom curriclum. The course will focus on analyzing sources for credibility and bias, search tips, and use of library resources. Course Number: CTE-18-6 Course Name: Fashion Capstone Pathway Development Dates: Jun 12, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:Planning Career Pathway for Fashion, Apparel, and Housing Design.


Course Number: CTE-18-2 Course Name: Fashion Design & Housing Apparel Capstone Dates: May 30, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:Stage 1 & 2 Curriculum Writing. Course Number: TECH-18-34 Course Name: Finding and Evaluating Information - KQED - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:Made up of 5 online modules, this self-paced course will help participants explore definitions of reliable information, how search engines and algorithms work and how to evaluate information in a variety of mediums. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code 7PPF2-J2SZ3 to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-55 Course Name: Fostering Resilient Learners: Strategies for Creating a Trauma Sensitive Classroom Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: MARY BURGER Location: online Description:We all have students that have experienced some sort of trauma that they bring to the classroom daily. How can we connect and support these students to reach their academic potential? In this course, you will build a repertoire of practical strategies to incorporate trauma sensitive and management skills into your daily practice while creating a positive classroom environment. The strategies learned in this course will get you excited to kick off a new school year in a new way in August! Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-59 Course Name: Fostering Resilient Learners: Strategies for Creating a Trauma Sensitive Classroom Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: MARY BURGER Location: online Description:As we move to one to one device integration, there are some great tech tools to utilize in the classroom.Teachers will learn a few technology resources that can be used to engage students in curriculum. Course Number: TECH-18-54 Course Name: Gathering Evidence of Student Thinking Using Audio & Video - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 13, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: AMY JOHNSON Location: Spark! - Chesterfield Mall Description:To show understanding, it is important that students be able to provide evidence to support their thinking. What are some other ways to have kids explain their thinking in addition to writing? Come and explore some ways that students can use their Chromebooks to share their thinking using a variety of easy to use audio and video tools. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-72 Course Name: Gender in the Elementary Classroom Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: ANNA WICKENHAUSER Location: online Description:Do you ever wonder about all the different research surrounding gender in the classroom? Are you wanting to learn more about how boys and girls learn differently? Are you wondering how to make your classroom more gender inclusive? This is an introductory course on gender in the classroom. You will begin by learning brain-based research on how boys and girls learn and how these brain-based differences affect boys and girls in the classroom. Additionally, you will learn about challenging gender stereotypes that specifically addresses students that are questioning. Then, you will apply this knowledge to your own classroom. This class is intended for elementary educators. Course Number: Wk-HS-MA-19-04 Course Name: Geometry - SH Dates: Jul 9, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: JENNIFER PROFFITT Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:How to integrate using Chrome Books in Geometry. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-88-MS-SS-18-02 Course Name: Global Competencies Dates: Jun 13, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: TBD Description:Preparing students for a global future has never been more important than it is today. We are more connected in global communities and share a greater sense of collective responsibility and interdependence across cultures/continents than ever before. Fostering an attitude global citizenship, and the ability to care about solving problems in the world, not just our own, is paramount. Flexibility to be able to address problems that don’t yet exist in the world are helping Parkway students to shape their own learning experience. The need to form a global society through connectedness of Parkway teachers will help our students to problem solve and think around current issues both now and in the future. In this workshop, we will explore ASCD’s global competencies, dive into specific elements, and find resources to help you improve in one or more key competencies. Total Anticipated Cost: 25 participants ($175= $4375)


Total Anticipated Cost: 25 participants ($175= $4375) Paid for by Amy GC's Budget- Approved by GC/ Yeager Course Number: SC-18-27 Course Name: Google Certification - Level 1 - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:Are you Googley? Do you want to be? Did you know that Google has an entire training program where you can get certified as a Google Educator? This course is online, self-paced, and is meant to get you to earn your Google Educator Level 1 Certification. In order to receive salary credit, you must pass the Google certification test and submit certificate to Amy Johnson at ajohnson@parkwayschools.net prior to August 2, 2018. Access the course by going to Google Classroom at http://classroom.google.com and entering the code ehudd4. Take note: 1. Email Bill and Amy 48 hours before you plan to take the exam so that we can send you a voucher code to use as payment. 2. Registration for the exam must be done 24 hours in advance of the time you wish to take it. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start. Course Number: SC-18-28 Course Name: Google Certification - Level 2 - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:This course is designed to take your Google skills to the next level. To enroll, you must have passed Google Certification Level 1 and have already received credit for that class. Email Amy Johnson at ajohnson@parkwayschools.net or Bill Bass at wbass@parkwayschools.net when you register to gain access to the class. In order to receive salary credit, you must pass the Google certification exam and submit certificate to Amy Johnson prior to August 2nd, 2018. Take note: 1. Google Level 1 Certification is a prerequisite for this class. 2. Email Bill and Amy 48 hours before you plan to take the exam so that we can send you a voucher code to use as payment. 3. Registration for the exam must be done 24 hours in advance of the time you wish to take it. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start. Course Number: TECH-18-42 Course Name: Google Chrome Apps and Extensions - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 12, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: PETER LARSON Location: SOUTHWEST MIDDLE Description:Are you wanting to learn what Google Chrome can really do? Google offers a number of Apps and Extensions that can quicken productivity. We will look at a number of different Apps and Extensions that can be used in the classroom. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-70 Course Name: Grit for Kids: Developing Grit, Passion, Willpower, and Perseverance in Kids. Dates: Jun 5, 2018 N/A Instructor: KELLY CODY Location: Online, Google Classroom Description:The purpose of this course is to help teachers think about and acquire new strategies to help students develop perseverance by encouraging passion and curiosity, teaching self-control, self-respect, respect for others, and learning how to downplay negativity. The ultimate end goal is for students to develop self confidence and strategies for a successful life. Course Number: HPE-18-01 Course Name: Health/PE Curriculum Action Team Dates: Jul 23, 2018 9 30 AM, Jul 24, 2018 9 30 AM, Jul 25, 2018 9 30 AM, Jul 26, 2018 9 30 AM Instructor: EDWARD MATTISON Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:This course provides the HPE CAT an opportunity to work on best practices in leadership as an action team Course Number: CTE-18-3 Course Name: Human Relations Curriculum Writing Dates: Jul 2, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:Stage 2 Curriculum Writing and aligning to character standards. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-10 Course Name: Ignite Learning Through Technology Tools Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: LINDSEY PERKINS Location: online Description:As we move to one to one device integration, there are some great tech tools to utilize in the classroom.Teachers will learn a few technology resources that can be used to engage students in their curriculum. This course has been submitted through Parkway Choice PD.


Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-03 Course Name: Incorporating Writing into the Non-ELA Classroom Dates: Jun 7, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: LINDI SCHOENFELD Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:In this course, non-ELA middle school teachers will learn easily implemented strategies to use in their specific content areas, the common vocabulary of writing, and useful assessment tips. At the middle school level, students often encounter writing in the non-ELA classroom simply as a product, not as a helpful thinking tool. However, when used effectively, non-ELA teachers can use writing to their advantage! Using writing skills in non-ELA classrooms helps students think deeper, produce more insightful answers, and solve problems more creatively. As a result, learning experiences will be more meaningful and memorable. Encountering writing across content areas can help students transfer skills, as well as become more well rounded, comfortable communicators in our ever changing world. Course Number: TECH-18-33 Course Name: Interactive Maps & Timelines - KQED - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:Made up of a total of 5 online modules and practice activities, this self-paced course will introduce participants to digital tools that will allow for the creation of engaging interactive maps and timelines to be used with students. To receive credit, both KQED classes must be completed. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code 2XGK5-J9KKH to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-67 Course Name: Intermediate Number Strings (grades 3-5) Dates: Jun 21, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 22, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: TOBIN FALES Location: CARMAN TRAILS ELEMENTARY Description:This course is an introduction to numeracy routines (number strings) as an instructional strategy. Teachers will learn to design and implement routines for both whole class and differentiated small groups. Teachers who already use number strings are encouraged to abstain from enrolling in this course. Course Number: CTE-18-4 Course Name: International Cuisine Curriculum Writing Dates: Jun 18, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: CENTRAL HIGH Description:Curriculum writing for Stage 1 & 2. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-69 Course Name: Introduction to Competencies/Standards in the Classroom Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: LINDA JONES Location: online Description:This course will be a general introduction on Competencies. It will include what are they, how would it benefit the student and what mindset do you need to effectively implement them. It will also introduce how do you start creating competencies for your classes. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-18 Course Name: Introduction to Standards-Based Grading Dates: Jul 11, 2018 8 15 AM, Jul 12, 2018 8 15 AM Instructor: MELISSA GEBHARD Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:This course will introduce interested teachers to some possible approaches to standards-based grading for all content areas with the exception of Math with an emphasis on the connection between SBG and content standards. The course will include instruction on various ways to approach standards-based grading, as well as the logistics of planning, assessment, student self-reflection, differentiation, and intervention strategies. Course Number: TECH-18-56 Course Name: Jumpstart to Chromebooks in the High School Classroom Dates: Jun 11, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: PETER LARSON Location: SOUTHWEST MIDDLE Description:Calling all high school teachers! This fall when you return to your classrooms the technology that is available to students will have changed dramatically. Chromebooks are coming and they have the potential to change the way your students work and learn. This workshop is meant to help you get ready for your technology rich classroom and give you work time to prepare for a class where all students have access to a computer. Throughout the class you'll learn about how to navigate and manage these computers as well as have the opportunity to collaborate with your colleagues on lessons that can take advantage of these devices. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-60 Course Name: Leadership & Ownership in the Classroom Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: ERIN DONE Location: online Description:Are you wanting to foster a community of leaders in your elementary classroom? Do you want to help students understand themselves and their world? Do you want your students to recognize how they can take responsibility? Through this course, you will learn how to create an environment of leadership in your classroom. This includes helping your students create and take ownership of leadership roles, fostering a community of mindfulness, and having self-awareness of wants and needs.


and take ownership of leadership roles, fostering a community of mindfulness, and having self-awareness of wants and needs. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-29 Course Name: Learning Differences Dates: Jun 25, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: PIERREMONT ELEMENTARY Description:All of us, children and adults alike, have different strengths and weaknesses in our learning. In order to help you change the way your students learn, this course will expand your knowledge related to learning differences, provide actionable strategies to impact the learning experience of your students, and cultivate a growth mindset related to learning differences. At the end of this course, you will have: - Deepened your own understanding of learning differences and the related constructs of motivation, executive function, and working memory. - Explored relevant strategies for supporting students with learning differences. - Identified strategies you can use in your classroom to provide a more personalized learning experience for all of your students. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-17 Course Name: Learning Progressions for Writing - More Than Just a Rubric for Grades K - 8 Dates: Jun 12, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: ERIN ARLEDGE Location: CARMAN TRAILS ELEMENTARY Description:Do you want to become more comfortable using your writing learning progressions? And get better at naming what students are doing, as well as next steps? If so, this class is for you! The goal of learning progressions is to support development. So, as we dive into the writing learning progressions, we will look at how writing skills progress over time, helping you plan for conferring and small group work. We will also identify strategies to help nudge your writer to the next level. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-07 Course Name: Lesson Tuning to Increase Student Engagement and Improve Student Learning Dates: Jun 4, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 5, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: MICHELLE DEMPSEY Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:Reflective practitioners constantly revisit and refine lessons to increase student engagement and improve student learning. This workshop invites participants to bring two lessons or units that need improvement. In cooperative groups, participants will take turns tuning and having their work tuned. Groups will use a protocol to examine each other's lessons and provide specific feedback on how to improve student engagement and learning. Teachers will have time to revise and share revisions. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-22 Course Name: Lost at School Online Book Study Dates: Jun 4, 2018 N/A, Jul 15, 2018N/A Instructor: CHRISTINA PRUDENCE Location: VIRTUAL Description:Teachers will participate in a book study using the book Lost at School to determine what is causing students to exhibit behaviors that impede their learning and what we can do to help them become more successful. There are so many students that have difficulty meeting the Parkway Mission, Vision, and Learning Principles because there are outside factors that are causing them to act out. This book will look at ways that we can fix this behavior to make sure ALL students are capable, curious, caring, and confident learners. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-80 Course Name: MS MATH in Three Acts: Tasks, Deeper Problems, & Twitter Dates: Jun 13, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: GREGORY HERNDON Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Grounded in the work of Jo Boaler, the purpose of this course is to provide middle school math teachers with resources to build into their teaching style (three act tasks, desmos, etc.). We'll also look at how Twitter can be used to help strengthen your teaching, thereby helping create capable, caring, and confident learners. Course Number: CTE-18-9 Course Name: Marketing 2 Curriculum Writing Dates: Jul 23, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: WEST HIGH Description:Stage 1 and 2 curriculum writing Course Number: MS-MATH-18-05 Course Name: Mathematical Mindsets Dates: May 1, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: STEPHANIE VALLI Location: VIRTUAL Description:This is an online course I am offering through Stanford University. The Mathematical Mindsets course helps educators inspire and boost math achievement. You’ll learn the latest neuroscientific research on the best methods by which students learn math, as well as the specific methods and approaches you can use to successfully help your students develop a growth mindset. In this class, Dr. Jo Boaler will provide visual examples of how she taught mathematics to 6th and 7th grade students using these effective techniques. The teaching intervention, which was 18 lessons long, raised the students' test scores by an average of 50%. Participants will also hear from thought leaders such as Carol Dweck and Steve Strogatz.


Course Number: Tech-18-29 Course Name: Media Foundations - KQED - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:Made up of 6 online modules, this self-paced course will introduce participants to some foundational digital media literacy concepts that teachers can use to add more opportunities for using and creating media in the classroom. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code 67M2V-D9XJT to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start. Course Number: CTE-18-11 Course Name: Middle School CTE Curriculum Writing Dates: Jul 25, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Finalizing new middle school CTE curriculum for 18-19. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-99 Course Name: Mindfulness for you and your class Dates: Jun 25, 2018 9 00 AM Instructor: ERIN SCHULTE Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Participants in this course will learn the basics of a mindfulness practice and how this can be used in the classroom. This practice can help students and staff members to become more confident as they self-regulate to deal with the stresses of life in a school. Course Number: TECH-18-40 Course Name: Mobile Photowalk: Bringing images into the classroom - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 14, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: St. Louis Zoo Description:It is said that an picture is worth 1000 words. With Mobile technology more available now than ever, images are easier than ever to get. However, many of the pictures we take using our mobile devices could use some help. This workshop will focus on mobile photography techniques as well as how to map your journey using Google Maps, take 360 and panoramic photos, share your photos quickly and easily, and explore apps that let you annotate your pictures. Bring your smartphone and explore the wonders of the zoo. Bring your lunch or be prepared to eat at the zoo. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-50 Course Name: Morning Meeting in the Elementary Classroom Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: ASHLEY HOLLEY Location: online Description:Are you wanting to introduce morning meeting into your classroom? Do you want to know more about the structure of morning meeting? This class is designed to help you understand the purpose of morning meeting, the components of morning meeting, and how to successfully implement it in your room. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-53 Course Name: Move Mountains With Personalized Learning Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: KIRA BRENNAN Location: online Description:Have you struggled with student engagement? Using personalized learning, we as educators can work to solve the riddle of student engagement by truly allowing our students to pursue a personal direction based on individual talents/interests while all the while engaging them in meaningful learning through a guaranteed, viable district curriculum that is rigorous and relevant. Learn the premise behind personalized learning and take steps to implement in your own classroom. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-58 Course Name: NH? IL? WTH? Demystifying World Language Proficiency to Maximize Student Performance Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: CHRISTINE KEATING Location: online Description:“Wait… are we supposed to do this in French/German/Japanese/Spanish or in English? Can we just do it in English?” Tired of hearing your students say this? Ever feel like your World Language students don’t really know how to do what they really should be able to do at the end of a unit or level? Maybe even you as the teacher feel unsure about what they should be able to do, too! This course will take you through the ACTFL Proficiency Guidelines and guide you through the process of determining, monitoring, grading, improving and planning for student proficiency in your World Language classroom. You will come away from this course with a lesson plan that is ready to use in your individual classroom and with a toolbox of strategies to help truly transform your classroom into a proficiency-based community. Course Number: NEI-17-18-Year 3-18-03 Course Name: New Educator Induction-Year 3 Dates: May 25, 2018 N/A Instructor: AMY GEURKINK-COATS Location: NORTH HIGH Description:New Educator Induction- Year 3


Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-95 Course Name: Notice & Note: Strategies for Close Fiction Reading Dates: Jul 2, 2018 N/A Instructor: STACEY HOFFMAN Location: VIRTUAL Description:*This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, July 2 -Friday, July 27th. *Audience: Teachers of 6th-12th ELA grades Notice and Note introduces 6 “signposts� that alert readers to significant moments in a work of literature and encourages them to read closely. This helps create attentive readers who look closely at a text, interpret it responsibly and rigorously, and reflect on what it means to them. These sign posts will help students to be close readers, improve jotting skills, and help each see patterns across literature. Course Number: OS-18-01 Course Name: Outdoor School Director Think Tank Dates: Jul 16, 2018 9 30 AM, Jul 17, 2018 9 30 AM Instructor: EDWARD MATTISON Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:This course provides the Outdoor School Directors opportunity to grow their learning as a community. Course Number: PPLCI-ELE-18-01 Course Name: Parkway Professional Learning Community ELE-2018 Dates: May 30, 2018 7 30 AM Instructor: AMY GEURKINK-COATS Location: CENTRAL MIDDLE Description:The purpose of the Institute is to begin laying the foundation for professional learning communities with a focus on collaboration. Along with your teacher recommended representative, it is highly recommended that your administrative team attends this event. Course Number: PPLCI-SEC-18-02 Course Name: Parkway Professional Learning Community SEC-2018 Dates: May 30, 2018 7 30 AM Instructor: AMY GEURKINK-COATS Location: CENTRAL HIGH Description:The purpose of the Institute is to begin laying the foundation for professional learning communities with a focus on collaboration. Along with your teacher recommended representative, it is highly recommended that your administrative team attends this event. Course Number: CTE-18-1 Course Name: Personal & Professional Development Curriculum Writing Dates: Jun 6, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:Stage 1 and 2 Curriculum Writing. Course Number: CTE-18-7 Course Name: Personal Finance Curriculum Writing Dates: Jun 5, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:Adoption of new resources aligned with Stage 2 assessments and new DESE standards. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-87-MS-SS-18-01 Course Name: Place Based History Dates: Jun 18, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: ANGELA LOLLEY Location: TBD Description:Teachers will be introduced to the importance of Place when thinking about history: where you are matters as much as when your are. Teachers will also be introduced to Google Expeditions and Google Tour Builder as a way to bring the importance of Place into the classroom. The course will end with time to design (or begin to design) a lesson/unit that is based around PLACE. Total Anticipated Cost: 20 participants ($175= $3500)and 1 instructor ($350) @ 1 day= $3,850 Paid for by Amy GC's BudgetApproved by GC/ Yeager Course Number: TECH-18-31 Course Name: Powersearching with Google - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:Google Search makes it amazingly easy to find information. Come learn about the powerful advanced tools they provide to help you find just the right information in this self-directed, online course. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code VT52X-QDT4M to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018.


Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-66 Course Name: Primary Numeracy Routines Dates: Jun 14, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 15, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: TOBIN FALES Location: CARMAN TRAILS ELEMENTARY Description:This course is an introduction to numeracy routines (number strings) as an instructional strategy. Teachers will learn to design and implement routines for both whole class and differentiated small groups. Teachers who already use number strings are encouraged to abstain from enrolling in this course. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-96 Course Name: Project Based Learning Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: ANGELA LOLLEY Location: VIRTUAL Description:*This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Wednesday, June 27th. *Audience: Teachers of 6th-12th grades Project Based Learning projects require students go beyond basic knowledge and skills. They must take initiative, solve problems, work as a team and communicate their ideas.Through a self-paced study of Setting the Standard for Project Based Learning: A Proven Approach to Rigorous Classroom Instruction, teachers will understand why project based learning is meaningful in today’s world and how to implement it effectively in their classrooms. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-74 Course Name: Reaching Middle Grade Readers Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: JULIE BOATNER Location: VIRTUAL Description:Prepare to reach your middle grade readers (ages 8-13) by becoming well-versed in the best reviewed books of the first half of 2018. Choose two books from our list, leave a video book review, and give feedback on the reviews of others. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-56 Course Name: Reaching and Engaging Generation Z through an Innovative Mindset Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: DARRYL DIGGS Location: online Description:Technology and connectivity has evolved exponentially around the world. This growth has sparked a diverse generation of young people who are hungry to challenge, grow, connect and collaborate with each other. But, who are they? Generation Z are innovators, critical-thinkers, global citizens and trendsetters. As educators, we will need to understand how they think and the potential their digital tools can have on their futures. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-92 Course Name: Reading Nonfiction: Notice & Note Stances, Signposts, and Strategies Dates: Jul 2, 2018 N/A Instructor: STEPHANIE GILLUM Location: VIRTUAL Description:This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between July 2 and Friday, July 27th. We all know the value of helping students define nonfiction and understand its text structures. Reading Nonfiction goes the next crucial step—helping kids challenge the claims of nonfiction authors, be challenged by them, and skillfully and rigorously make up their mind about purported truths. Nonfiction increases the responsibility of the reader, so Reading Nonfiction: Notice and Note Stances, Signposts, and Strategies provide scaffolds that every student can use to go beyond a superficial reading. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-94 Course Name: Reading Workshop 2.0: Refining Our Practices (2018) Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: STEPHANIE GILLUM Location: VIRTUAL Description:*This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Friday, July 27th. *Audience: Teachers of 6th-12th ELA grades Reading workshop instruction relies on research that shows that kids need to read a lot of texts, with high comprehension, in order to move up levels of text complexity. This course will allow you to enhance your understanding of reading workshop while working at your own pace in the comfort of your own home! The sessions will discuss the various components of reading workshop as well as strategies to set-up interdependence in your classroom. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-02 Course Name: Real-World Choice Homework in the World Language Classroom Dates: Jun 11, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 12, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: KELLY LEON Location: SOUTHWEST MIDDLE Description:World Language teachers are continually researching and implementing best practices to facilitate the growth and development of students who are capable, curious, caring and confident learners who understand and respond to the challenges of an ever-changing world. This course seeks to research and create real-world choice homework and class activities for students. Research has shown that offering choice in the classroom is linked to increased student effort, performance and subsequent learning (Marzano). This course will sharpen our knowledge and skills in preparing students who positively engage in an ever-changing world. Furthermore, this course will focus on the creation of real-world choice homework for students in world language classes. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-97 Course Name: Reslient Learners Dates: Jun 25, 2018 N/A Instructor: KENNETH SUSMAN Location: VIRTUAL Description:This is a virtual class paced out with weekly assignments, including the expectation to collaborate online between the weeks of June 25 and July 20th. Audience: Teachers of 6th-8th Graders. Class will be conducted through questions and discussions on Google Classroom. Research in the last several years has proven that trauma affects people throughout life, and


often presents itself in school both behaviorally and academically. Working towards becoming a trauma informed school is not a fad that will fade away like open classrooms‌ it’s the new frontier in ensuring that we help ALL students. In Fostering Resilient Learners, Kristin Souers and Pete Hall provide strategies to help teachers create a learning environment for all students, including those affected by childhood trauma. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-05 Course Name: Restorative Practices 2.0 for Elementary Teachers/Counselors: Connecting to curriculum/harm repair Dates: Jun 27, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: MICHAEL BAROLAK Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:This course is designed for elementary teachers and counselors who have already participated in training on the foundations of restorative practices. This class will focus on transferring the community building aspects of restorative practices to the classroom and how this framework can be used as an instructional tool. In addition, we will address the role of restorative practices as a tool to address harm in the classroom and school settings. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-08 Course Name: Restorative Practices 2.0 for Middle/High Teachers/Counselors: Connecting to curriculum/harm repair Dates: Jul 11, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: MICHAEL BAROLAK Location: CENTRAL MIDDLE Description:This course is designed for middle and high school teachers and counselors who have already participated in training on the foundations of restorative practices. This class will focus on transferring the community building aspects of restorative practices to the classroom and how this framework can be used as an instructional tool. In addition, we will address the role of restorative practices as a tool to address harm in the classroom and school settings. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-04 Course Name: Restorative Practices for Elementary Teachers/Counselors Dates: Jun 26, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: MICHAEL BAROLAK Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Do you think about the relationships you build with your students? Have you ever noticed that simply giving a consequence doesn't always change behavior? Is a strong school community important to you? Restorative Practices can influence classroom practices and your school climate by positively influencing teacher/student relationships. This workshop will challenge your current paradigms about student discipline by offering preventative measures that can be used to build community in the classroom and school setting. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-09 Course Name: Restorative Practices for Middle and High School Teachers/Counselors Dates: Jul 10, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: MICHAEL BAROLAK Location: CENTRAL MIDDLE Description:Do you think about the relationships you build with your students and colleagues? Have you ever noticed that sometimes a consequence given to a student doesn't change their future behavior? Is a strong classroom and school community important to you? Restorative Practices can influence classroom practices and your school climate by positively influencing teacher/student relationships. This workshop will challenge your current paradigms about building community, school discipline and the importance of belonging over exclusion. It will also offer some preventative measures that can be used in the classroom setting before discipline problems arise, as well as influence your teaching practices. Course Number: SADF-18-01 Course Name: SADF Leader Meeting Dates: Jul 30, 2018 9 30 AM, Jul 31, 2018 9 30 AM, Aug 1, 2018 9 30 AM, Aug 2, 2018 9 30 AM Instructor: EDWARD MATTISON Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:SADF Leader Meeting Course Number: TECH-18-37 Course Name: Schoology Essentails Bootcamp - June 2018 Dates: Jun 12, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: TBD Description:Looking for a way to engage your students in online spaces and to create a more personalized learning experience for them? Schoology is your tool. This learning management system offers all the functionality of an online platform, provides assessments, and will be populated with your classes this fall. Schoology Essentials Bootcamp serves as an introduction to the basics of all the tools of Schoology and addresses how to use them in online spaces. Learn how to use all the modules with guidance from others who have been using Schoology for the past year and develop your resources in a sample class as you go. Prefer an online, self-paced course? Check out our Schoology Essentials Online class. Course Number: TECH-19-02 Course Name: Schoology Essentials Bootcamp - July 2018 Dates: Jul 10, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Looking for a way to engage your students in online spaces and to create a more personalized learning experience for them? Schoology is your tool. This learning management system offers all the functionality of an online platform, provides assessments, and will be populated with your classes this fall. Schoology Essentials Bootcamp serves as an introduction to the basics of all the tools of Schoology and addresses how to use them in online spaces. Learn how to use all the modules with guidance from others who have been using Schoology for the past year and develop your resources in a sample class as you go. Prefer an online, self-paced course? Check out our Schoology Essentials Online class.


Course Number: TECH-18-36 Course Name: Schoology Essentials Online Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:Looking for a way to engage your students in online spaces and to create a more personalized learning experience for them? Schoology is your tool. This learning management system offers all the functionality of an online platform, provides assessments, and will be populated with your classes this fall. Schoology Essentials is an online, self-paced introduction to the basics of all the tools of Schoology and addresses how to use them in online spaces. Work through all the modules on your own and develop your resources in a sample class as you go in this online course. Prefer face to face? Check out our Schoology Essentials Bootcamp class in June or July. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code CGD4J-3SBQM to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-27 Course Name: Self Regulation strategies for the Elementary Level Dates: Jun 12, 2018 1 00 PM, Jun 13, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: DIANA WARREN Location: FERN RIDGE HIGH Description:The purpose of this class is to education teachers in best-practice ways to help students overcome academic learning obstacles due to a lack of self-regulation or trauma. The techniques will apply to all students, not just those who have social-emotional challenges. The course ties to Caring and Confident in the Parkway mission. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-40 Course Name: Shared Reading and Read Aloud in the K-2 Classroom Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: VIRTUAL Description:Shared reading and read aloud are two critical components of the primary classroom. Learn how to effectively plan for and implement shared reading and read aloud in your primary classroom. We will learn through professional reading, online discussions, individual planning for lessons, as well as videos with private reflection. Participants will be sharing lessons for shared reading and read aloud texts with the class. This is an online course and all assignments will be completed at your own pace through Google Classroom. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-41 Course Name: Shared Reading in the K-2 Classroom Dates: Jun 6, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: PIERREMONT ELEMENTARY Description:Shared reading is a joyful and critical component of the primary classroom. Learn how to effectively plan for and implement shared reading in your primary classroom. We will learn through professional reading, class discussions, individual planning for lessons, as well as videos with reflection. Participants will be sharing lessons for shared reading and favorite texts with the class. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-73 Course Name: Social Media for Educators Dates: Jun 14, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: JULIE BOATNER Location: CLAYMONT ELEMENTARY Description:This session will lead educators in taking advantage of social media (specifically Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter) to... 1) communicate to parents, students, and the community 2) connect their classroom with global resources 3) pursue personalized professional development opportunities Course Number: HPE-18-02 Course Name: St. Louis Health/PE Institute Dates: Jul 11, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: EDWARD MATTISON Location: SOUTHWEST MIDDLE Description:The St. Louis Health/PE Institute is an opportunity for our Parkway Health/PE teachers to participate in a local content based workshop with peers from around St. Louis County and surrounding counties. This workshop will offer a presentation from the National Middle School Teacher of the Year as well as former local Teachers of the Year. Course Number: WK-HS-MA-19-03 Course Name: Statistics Best Practices - SH Dates: Jul 9, 2018 8 00 AM, Jul 16, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: JENNIFER PROFFITT Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:Share what you have been doing, learn from others and grow you day-to-day lessons. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-51 Course Name: Strategies for Close Reading - Signposts Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: KATHLEEN SULLIVAN Location: online Description:This course helps teachers understand and gain knowledge of close reading through the use of signposts in order to teach students how to dig deeper within their fiction texts. Teachers will learn the necessary tools to teach close reading, including 6 signposts, their definitions, and anchor questions. These tools teach students how to notice significant moments in complex and rigours literature and to facilitate discussion and critical thinking surrounding them. Teachers will use signposts to


model during read aloud and teach students to use this skill during their independent reading time. Teachers will prove their learning with student work samples. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-11 Course Name: String Teacher Summer Development Dates: Jun 5, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 6, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: NICOLE KOVALUK Location: Nikki Kovaluk's Home: 417 Trail Grove Ct. Ballwin, Description:This course is designed to provide Parkway String Teachers with a designated time to meet as a staff to share teaching strategies and best practices. This professional development opportunity will include strategies for teaching all levels and instruments through the lens of vertical and horizontal alignment throughout the district. Topics will include use of technology in the classroom (websites, Google Classroom), classroom management techniques, technique discussions, best practices in differentiating instruction,and preparing common teaching materials. Please bring your instrument! Course Number: TECH-18-58 Course Name: Student Engagement in Digital Spaces Dates: Jun 18, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: LAURA STRICKLAND Location: CENTRAL MIDDLE Description:Utilize students' Chromebooks in a thoughtful way by using online platforms to create interactive and engaging lessons for students. We will explore three tools during this 3 hour session and you will have time to create a lesson utilizing one of these tools. Course Number: TECH-18-35 Course Name: Taking Charge of Social Media - KQED - Summer 18 Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: WILLIAM BASS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:Made up of 4 online modules, this self-paced course will help participants explore how to use social media tools to learn, share and make your voice heard. Teachers and administrators can use these skills to connect with their communities and bring the world into the classroom in real time. Access this course by logging in with your Google account through Schoology (https://schoology.parkwayschools.net), clicking on "Courses" and selecting "Join". Then use the code WXFH4-ZP7TC to join the class. Course must be completed by August 2, 2018. This class is self-paced allowing you to start and finish at your convenience. You do not have to wait until June 30 to start. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-45 Course Name: Teach Like a Pirate: Engaging All Learners Dates: Jun 25, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: TINA REIDLER Location: HENRY ELEMENTARY Description:Do you have any lessons that you could sell tickets for? Do you want your students so engaged that they never want to miss school? If you missed it last summer... Come join us as we examine what Dave Burgess does to keep his students so engaged that they would come to school even if they didn’t have to. We will dig into his book, Teach Like a Pirate, to find his secrets to increase student engagement, boost our creativity, and transform our lives as educators. You will walk away with a toolbox of hooks and ideas to get your students engaged! Even though Dave Burgess is a secondary history teacher, his ideas can be geared towards all educators, K-12, including specialists! Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-62 Course Name: Teaching with Love and Logic Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: HILARY KRANER Location: online Description:Are you wanting to reduce your stress and bring back your enjoyment of teaching? This class is designed around the book Teaching with Love and Logic: Taking Control of the Classroom by Jim Fay and David Funk. You will learning about effective classroom interventions using shared control, choices within limits and the importance of relationships. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-43 Course Name: Tech Ed MSPLC Schoology Transition Dates: May 31, 2018 7 30 AM, Jun 1, 2018 7 30 AM Instructor: CURTIS COULSON Location: SOUTH HIGH Description:Transition all Technology Education CTE teachers in MSPLC from Canvas and Google Classroom to Schoology for assessments and curriculum, ensuring uniform application of Schoology for this MSPLC. This group has a large investment in Canvas as our previous LMS and want to seamlessly move to using Schoology in 2018-19. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-91 Course Name: The Classroom You Always Wanted Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: ANGELA LOLLEY Location: VIRTUAL Description:*This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Wednesday, June 20th. *Audience: 6-12 Teachers This virtual class is based on Hal Urban’s Lessons from the Classroom: 20 Things Good Teachers Do and readings from other texts. The course will focus on a mix of classroom management and relationship/culture building activities to design a successful first month of school. Teachers will come away with tools for building the culture they want in their classroom while planning for the first 3 weeks of school.


Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-90 Course Name: The How-to of Spotting Fake News Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: ANGELA LOLLEY Location: VIRTUAL Description:**This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Wednesday, June 20th. *Audience: Teachers of 6th-12th grades "The most critical question facing young people today is not how to find information. Google has done a great job with that. We’re bombarded by stuff. The real question is whether that information, once found, should be believed.”(Sam Wineburg) As teachers, we have been tasked with teaching students to become “critical consumers of information.” This virtual course will give teachers strategies for how to spot fake news and will provide time for teachers to plan how they will incorporate this information into their classroom. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-42 Course Name: The Intentional Read Aloud K-5 Dates: Jun 20, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: PIERREMONT ELEMENTARY Description:Intentional Read Aloud is a foundational component of reading and writing workshop. It is a high utility practice that develops language and reading skills, exposes children to different books, and creates a shared community around texts that can be used to scaffold or springboard students. Whatever objective you choose, the focus of the Intentional Read Aloud is always on understanding, engaging with, and enjoying the book. In this course, you’ll learn how to intentionally, but quickly plan read alouds as models of a shared text focusing on skills your class needs. We’ll start with the read alouds suggested by the units of study, but include participants’ favorites as well. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-46 Course Name: Tools and Strategies to Empower Your Students and Your Teaching Dates: Jun 28, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: TINA REIDLER Location: HENRY ELEMENTARY Description:Come explore tools that can be used to help you get the best from your students! We will look at how to use teacher language that helps children learn, how to defuse disruptive behavior, and how to help our students with behavioral challenges. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-48 Course Name: Trauma Informed Classrooms Dates: Jul 12, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: LARA OBERMAN Location: HIGHCROFT RIDGE ELEMENTARY Description:This course is designed to bring awareness of the effect trauma has on our students. Information about how trauma affects the brain and behavior will be presented. Ideas for how to respond to students in the classroom will be shared. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-49 Course Name: Trauma Informed Classrooms Dates: Jul 17, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: LARA OBERMAN Location: HIGHCROFT RIDGE ELEMENTARY Description:This course is designed to bring awareness of the effect trauma has on our students. Information about how trauma affects the brain and behavior will be presented. Ideas for how to respond to students in the classroom will be shared. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-77 Course Name: Understanding by Design-In Person Dates: Jun 19, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: STACEY HOFFMAN Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:The backward design model is the design and delivery method of Parkway’s guaranteed curriculum. Extend your understanding of backwards design and how to support students with engaging practice based on well designed lessons. In this one day, in-person course, you work with others to review the most powerful components of Understanding by Design and design your own unit using the three stages of UdD. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-84 Course Name: Understanding by Design-In Person Dates: Jun 13, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: ERICA ROGERS Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:The backward design model is the design and delivery method of Parkway’s guaranteed curriculum. Extend your understanding of backwards design and how to support students with engaging practice based on well designed lessons. In this one day, in-person course, you work with others to review the most powerful components of Understanding by Design and design your own unit using the three stages of UdD. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-78 Course Name: Understanding by Design-In Person Dates: Jul 11, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: ERICA ROGERS Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:The backward design model is the design and delivery method of Parkway’s guaranteed curriculum. Extend your understanding of backwards design and how to support students with engaging practice based on well designed lessons. In this one day, in-person course, you work with others to review the most powerful components of Understanding by Design and design your own unit using the three stages of UdD.


Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-83 Course Name: Understanding by Design-Online Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: AMY GEURKINK-COATS Location: online Description:The backward design model is the design and delivery method of Parkway’s guaranteed curriculum. Extend your understanding of backwards design and how to support students with engaging practice based on well designed lessons. In this completely independent online course, you will review the most powerful components of Understanding by Design and design your own unit using the three stages of UdD in your pajamas or next to the pool! Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-79 Course Name: Understanding by Design-Online-Salary Credit Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: AMY GEURKINK-COATS Location: online Description:The backward design model is the design and delivery method of Parkway’s guaranteed curriculum. Extend your understanding of backwards design and how to support students with engaging practice based on well designed lessons. In this completely independent online course, you will review the most powerful components of Understanding by Design and design your own unit using the three stages of UdD in your pajamas or next to the pool! Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-36 Course Name: Using "The Writing Strategies Book" with the Units of Study K-5 Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: online Description:It’s time to put your copy of “The Writing Strategies Book” by Jennifer Serravallo to use! Crack open the book that provides 300 strategies to support 10 crucial instructional goals. Discover a wealth of ideas for strategies to share with students for whole-group, small-group, or one-to-one instruction. Learn how to use the book alongside the units of study. Participants will be expected to learn about and try strategies from the book during this course. This is an online, self-paced course using Google Classroom designed for K-5 teachers. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-30 Course Name: Using Equations for Math Enrichment Dates: Jul 17, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: ALICIA YERXA Location: BELLERIVE ELEMENTARY Description:This course will teach you how to play the math game "Equations." It can be utilized inside and outside the general education classroom. It can be used as math enrichment, during math workshop, in Mosaics, or as a before/after school club. Participants will have the opportunity to learn to play the game, as well as have time to collaborate with other educators to plan for implementation. Equations is a fast-paced, open-ended, highly-competitive game. It challenges players to apply their math skills in order to create and write as many equations as possible for a certain value. The students must be able to write equations using addition, subtraction, multiplication and division with the digits 0 through 9. At the more advanced level, the students must also be able to use radicals, exponents, fractions and negative numbers. Participants will walk away with a game of their own. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-31 Course Name: Using Equations for Math Enrichment Dates: Jul 17, 2018 12 00 PM Instructor: ALICIA YERXA Location: BELLERIVE ELEMENTARY Description:This course will teach you how to play the math game "Equations." It can be utilized inside and outside the general education classroom. It can be used as math enrichment, during math workshop, in Mosaics, or as a before/after school club. Participants will have the opportunity to learn to play the game, as well as have time to collaborate with other educators to plan for implementation. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-38 Course Name: Using Reading Progressions and Assessments to Maximize Student Learning Grades 2-5 Dates: Jun 12, 2018 1 00 PM, Jun 13, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: PIERREMONT ELEMENTARY Description:In this course, you'll learn how to use your Reading pre- and post- unit assessments and learning progressions to maximize student learning in your classroom. Through professional reading, class discussions, and classroom application, we will learn to use the pre- and post- unit assessments and learning progressions as tools to help our students learn through self-assessment, reflection, and goal-setting. Leave the course with a plan for using the assessments and progressions in manageable, efficient ways that lift the level of student work. Note: This course meets two, consecutive half days from 1:00-4:00 pm and is designed for grades 2-5 teachers. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-39 Course Name: Using Reading Progressions and Assessments to Maximize Student Learning Grades 2-5 Dates: Jul 9, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: PIERREMONT ELEMENTARY Description:In this course, you'll learn how to use your Reading pre- and post- unit assessments and learning progressions to maximize student learning in your classroom. Through professional reading, class discussions, and classroom application, we will learn to use the pre- and post- unit assessments and learning progressions as tools to help our students learn through self-assessment, reflection, and goal-setting. Leave the course with a plan for using the assessments and progressions in manageable, efficient ways that lift the level of student work. This course is designed for grades 2-5 teachers.


Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-21 Course Name: Using Schoology for More! Dates: May 29, 2018 N/A Instructor: JAMIE DRESSER Location: VIRTUAL Description:This course will look at ways that Schoology can be a useful resource for our students and teachers. Participants will look at and reflect on examples given from multiple disciplines illustrating ways that Schoology can be used. Participants will individually create resources within Schoology for a course they teach to be used for the 2018-2019 school year. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-33 Course Name: Using The Reading Strategies Book to Enhance the Units of Study (K-5) Dates: Jun 28, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: PIERREMONT ELEMENTARY Description:It’s time to put your copy of “The Reading Strategies Book” by Jennifer Serravallo to use with the Units of Study! Explore ways to use this book to supplement the work of the Units of Study. Discover a wealth of ideas for strategies to share with students for whole-group, small-group, or one-to-one instruction. Participants will be expected to learn about and try strategies from the book during this course. This course is designed for K-5 teachers. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-32 Course Name: Using The Writing Strategies Book with the Units of Study Dates: Jun 27, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: PIERREMONT ELEMENTARY Description:It’s time to put your copy of “The Writing Strategies Book” by Jennifer Serravallo to use! Crack open the book that provides 300 strategies to support 10 crucial instructional goals. Discover how to use this book in conjunction with the Units of Study to provide writing instruction. Participants will be expected to learn about and try strategies from the book during this course. This course is designed for K-5 teachers. Course Number: TECH-18-53 Course Name: Using Video to Make Learning Personal (Secondary) Dates: Jun 30, 2018 N/A Instructor: ELIZABETH LYONS Location: Self-Paced Online - Start anytime before June 30 Description:?Want to make videos even more instructional and interactive? ?This course is for secondary teachers who want to learn more about different ways to use pre-created videos ?with students. We will learn how to turn your YouTube videos into interactive, formative assessments by creating assessment questions ?and embedding them ?right into your videos?! ??We will also learn how to use Timeline-?l?y to add informational pop ups and more to any YouTube video. And finally, we will learn tricks on how to share YouTube videos ?more easily with students; cropping them for presentations, creating and sharing YouTube playlists, and ?using videos in various slide presentation formats including Slides and Sutori? (a web-based timeline creator)?.? Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-34 Course Name: Using the F&P and Running Records to Maximize Reading Growth K-5 Dates: Jun 19, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: PIERREMONT ELEMENTARY Description:In this course, K-5 teachers will learn how to use the Fountas and Pinnell assessment and informal running records to maximize reading growth for students. Learn how to move the F&P from a “one and done” assessment to a valuable piece of information to plan conferences and small group instruction. Also learn how to give and analyze quick, informal running records to learn what strategies your readers are already using and determine which strategies to teach next. This course is designed for K-5 teachers. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-35 Course Name: Using the F&P and Running Records to Maximize Reading Growth K-5 Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: online Description:In this six hour, online course, K-5 teachers will learn how to use the Fountas and Pinnell assessment and informal running records to maximize reading growth for students. Learn how to move the F&P from a “one and done” assessment to a valuable piece of information to plan conferences and small group instruction. Also learn how to give and analyze quick, informal running records to learn what strategies your readers are already using and determine which strategies to teach next. This is a self-paced course through Google Classroom. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-37 Course Name: Using the F&P and Running Records to Maximize Reading Growth K-5 Dates: Jun 7, 2018 1 00 PM Instructor: AMANDA KELLY Location: PIERREMONT ELEMENTARY Description:In this course, K-5 teachers will learn how to use the Fountas and Pinnell assessment and informal running records to maximize reading growth for students. Learn how to move the F&P from a “one and done” assessment to a valuable piece of information to plan conferences and small group instruction. Also learn how to give and analyze quick, informal running records to learn what strategies your readers are already using and determine which strategies to teach next. This course is designed for K-5 teachers.


Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-14 Course Name: Utilizing My Literacy Resources Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: ERIN ARLEDGE Location: Online Description:Parkway has provided the K-5 teacher with numerous resources to teach reading. This online course will help you discover how to utilize these tools to maximize instruction and productivity in your classroom. The resources that will be used for this class are all in your building! They are: your reading units of study, The Reading Strategies Book, and the Independent Reading Assessment (IRA). This online, self-paced course has 12 lessons that will be due on August 1st. Course Number: WL18-6 Course Name: WL-ASL Dates: Jul 16, 2018 8 00 AM, Jul 17, 2018 8 00 AM, Jul 18, 2018 8 00 AM, Jul 19, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: WEST MIDDLE Description:Coursework and revision of ASL curriculum Course Number: WL18-1 Course Name: WL-Creative Language Class Dates: Jul 23, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Creative Language Class will work with teachers on expanding the scope and sequence of thematic units and how to put them into practice in Stage 3. Course Number: WL18-7 Course Name: WL-Global Studies and World Languages Dates: Jul 26, 2018 8 00 AM, Jul 27, 2018 8 00 AM, Jul 30, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Curriculum writing and planning for Stage 3. Course Number: WL18-5 Course Name: WL-Latin Dates: Jun 13, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 27, 2018 8 00 AM, Jul 25, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: WEST HIGH Description:Curriculum writing and tuning for Latin all levels. Course Number: WL18-4 Course Name: WL-Level 1 Curriculum Tuning Dates: Jun 4, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 5, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Curriculum revision and tuning for Level 1 modern language curriculum. Course Number: WL18-3 Course Name: WL-Level 2 Curriculum Tuning Dates: Jun 6, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 7, 2018 8 00 AM, Jun 8, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Curriculum revision and tuning for Level 2 of the modern languages Course Number: WL18-2 Course Name: WL-Level 3 Curriculum Writing Dates: Jul 16, 2018 8 00 AM, Jul 17, 2018 8 00 AM, Jul 18, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Curriculum writing and development of thematic units and authentic resources for Level 3 modern languages. Course Number: WL18-8 Course Name: WL-Seal of Biliteracy Dates: Jul 26, 2018 8 00 AM, Jul 27, 2018 8 00 AM, Jul 30, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: AMY BELDING Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Writing the plan and process for the Seal of Biliteracy Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-63 Course Name: Workshop + Inquiry in High School Dates: Jun 18, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: JENNIFER PROFFITT Location: TBD Description:Learn about, design, and practice conceptual learning targets, mini-lessons, student launch time, and conferring to enhance inquiry through a workshop model in any high school course.


Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-89 Course Name: Workshop/Gradual Release Approach in all Content Areas Dates: Jun 1, 2018 N/A Instructor: STACEY HOFFMAN Location: VIRTUAL Description:*This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Wednesday, June 20th. *Audience: Teachers of 6th-12th grades As educators in the 21st century, we know the importance of personalized learning for all students. Students are more successful and engaged in their learning when they can work on goals personalized to them. The workshop model provides a framework to do this work in a meaningful and productive way. This course will give teachers the language and structures to implement a workshop model and will provide opportunities to plan personalized lessons to implement in the fall. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-93 Course Name: Writing Workshop 2.0: Refining our Practices (2018) Dates: Jun 1, 2018 8 00 AM Instructor: MELISSA SOMMERFELD Location: VIRTUAL Description:*This is a self-paced virtual course. It must be completed between Friday, June 1 and Friday,July 27th . *Audience: Teachers of 6th-12th grades As educators in the 21st century, we know the importance of personalized learning for all students. Students are more successful and engaged in their learning when they can work on goals personalized to them. The workshop model provides a framework to do this work in a meaningful and productive way. This course will give teachers the language and structures to implement a workshop model and will provide opportunities to plan personalized lessons to implement in the fall. Course Number: PROP-18-MAR-98 Course Name: Yoga for you and your students Dates: Jun 28, 2018 8 30 AM Instructor: ERIN SCHULTE Location: INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICE CENTER Description:Participants will experience a yoga class and understand the ways it can help them deal with stress. Participants will learn how this practice might be useful in their own life and the lives of their students. We will go over various poses that could be effective in the classroom and the research behind them.


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