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Description In this session we will examine specific strategies that can be used to promote positive adult and child behavior in home and community settings. This workshop is part of the Positive Solutions for Families with Young Children series. Audience and Grade Level Parents of children birth - 5 Date and Location November 19, 2018, 10:45am [...]Find out more
Raising Healthy Eaters Offered by: Early Childhood›Parent Programs Description Good nutrition is key to healthy development. This workshop will offer information and ideas on how to help your child be a healthy eater. Audience and Grade Level Parents of children birth - 5 Date and Location January 14, 2019, 10:45am - 11:30am, Warren Elementary (Register [...]Find out more
A significant percentage of school age children have experienced trauma, and traumatic experiences in childhood can lead to a combination of social, emotional and academic difficulties that impact learning, behavior and relationships at school. Once schools understand the educational impacts of trauma, they can become safe, supportive environments where all students can learn. Participants in [...]Find out more
One in every two students is experiencing some type of childhood trauma. This startling statistic has, understandably, raised our alarm about what we can do to support them. Instead of looking at what is "broken"; in the lives of these students, this workshop will emphasize the urgent need for evidence-based teaching and leadership practices that [...]Find out more
This workshop will survey core practices in evidence-based instruction for all learners (tier 1 practices); evidence-based sheltered content instruction; and effective practices in the ESL classroom. Participants will explore effective practices to lead instruction for ELs (and all learners), and identify next actions in their district, school, department or team. April 22, April 29, May [...]Find out more
CES is hosting a 2-day session focused on transforming bias in classrooms and schools for CES employees and our member districts. We will conduct a thorough and self-reflective examination of how unconscious bias shows up in our daily-lives and will then engage in a collaborative, creative, and concrete exploration of ways to build anti-bias frameworks [...]Find out more
Culture shapes the ways that we think about and participate in education; in fact, this course starts with the premise that everything we do in the enterprise called “school” is cultural. Culture is shaped by our various identities (including but not limited to ethnicity, language, gender, religious affiliation, socioeconomic class) and it shapes how we [...]Find out more
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