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Opportunities for Indiana Student Service Professionals to gather regionally and share ideas, best practices, collaborate, network, and grow professionally!
The Indiana Textbook Association has again partnered with the Educational Service Centers of Indiana to offer the FREE Mathematics Textbook Caravan in your region.
This mini course is designed to provide administrators with three tangible steps they can take to establish or strengthen a culture of teacher wellness in a school.
This three-part series will support participants as they evaluate and improve their school counseling program to best serve students while using data.
In this series, the Keep Indiana Learning team will explore and dive deep into the ‘Leading the Rebound’ research one module at a time. We will explore ideas around educator and student agency along with recovering through the curriculum, instruction and assessment.
Has your district received questions from the community regarding SEL implementation? Are you looking for ways to appropriately respond, while continuing to effectively implement wellness instruction and strategies for students? Join us December 8th as we hear from a district that is using a comprehensive approach to support the SEL needs of their school community, while navigating the pandemic and current climate of SEL.
This session within the Road to STEM Certification Series will provide “just in time” support for schools that have recently applied to the IDOE for STEM Certification and will provide future insight for those schools looking to apply in the future. It is recommended that you convene your STEM leadership team and come with your recently received feedback from IDOE so you can make the most of this session.
Early Childhood Education Professionals will explore the power of self reflection and how to teach through disciple to prevent power struggles.
Join Stephanie Steward-Bridges, Director of African American Student and Parent Services from South Bend Community School Corporation, as she leads us through a free four-part Culturally Responsive Social-Emotional Learning (SEL) series.
Join us to build a community of support among the Special Needs and SpEd educators of Indiana. This first meeting is a collaborative starting point where we will connect, share needs, and set a plan for the future of the CSN.
Building Teacher/Student relationships is such a key component in instruction. How does focused, intentional conferencing look in the Writer’s Workshop? How does it build relationships? How it can progress our students in becoming successful writers?
This 2-day series addresses the key concerns all math educators are planning for right now. In this session, we will discuss the difference between surface, deep, and transfer learning and which strategies are best for each phase of learning.
Do you use Google Workspace Tools but find yourself saying, “There has to be an easier way?” Join our 1-hour lunch & learn to find the hidden gems of Google Workspace that keep you organized and free up time during your day. In education, every minute counts!
Building relationships is crucial. Let’s explore how conferencing can further relationships & student progress.
This hour long presentation will move us from a SSR/D.E.A.R. time model to building a more scaffolded andstructured Independent Reading time, focused on Student accountability.