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1. CCRE - CIF

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Cohort 2

Dates: 2/19/2019

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Encouraging the use of note taking and writing strategies in the college classroom. 90-minute session via WebEx.

2. CCRE - Module 4 - Coaching (8-11 a.m.)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Dept. Leaders

Dates: 2/20/2019

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Module 4- Coaching peers to understanding the link between incremental student performance and mastery of standards with strategies to promote CIF.

3. Restorative Practices Two Day Training

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 2/25/2019 to 2/26/2019

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Introduction to Restorative Practices and Using Circles Effectively is a cost effective way to achieve lasting change that enhances and builds relationships between students, staff and parents, improve student behavior, reduce violence and bullying and creates a sense of community. This Professional Development is designed to be sustainable with minimum investment after the initial training at the school. The consultant uses training materials, videos, presentations and evaluations to deliver quality training. Day 1: Introduction to Restorative Practices. Day 2: Using Circles Effectively. Registration fee includes 2 books: The Restorative Practices Handbook and Restorative Circles. Lunch is provided. An optional 1-semester hour of Ashland University credit is available for an additional $249. Questions? Contact: Anne.Quesnell@escco.org

4. Webinar for the FY 19 ESC of Central Ohio’s Federal Document Repository!

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 2/26/2019

The ESC of Central Ohio’s Federal Document Repository demo and implementing district hour sessions offered! The first hour of this webinar session - 1-2:00pm, the Federal Document Repository demo will be discussed with districts who want to learn more of how they keep documentation to ensure Federal program requirements. The federal program compliance system sections included in this doc repository are: Title I-A, II-A, III LEP/Immigrant, Title IV-A, Title V-B Rural Education, Foster Care, Emergency Impact Aid, Uniform Administrative, Costs Principals, and Audit, Uniform Provisions-Private School Participation, Neglected/Delinquent and McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act. The second hour 2-3:00pm, will focus on assistance to district coordinators who are accessing the FY 19 Federal Document Repository and uploading required docs. Upon registration, the webinar meeting link and phone access numbers will be sent to your email address. Questions? Contact: Regina.Lukich@escco.org or 614.542.4172

5. Advanced Placement: New Processes and Resources Coming to 2019 (a.m. session)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: District and School Leaders, AP Coordinators, Instructional Leaders and AP staff

Dates: 3/1/2019

College Board is making improvements to the way AP works that will impact every high school in Ohio and across the United States. These improvements are in response to what College Board has been hearing from practitioners to better meet the needs of teachers and students. Beginning in the 2019-2020 school year College Board will roll out new resources to support teachers and students all year. These improvements will require a change to the timeline and registration process for schools and students. All schools offering AP will implement these changes in the 2019-20 school year. We look forward to your confirmation and moving forward with next steps. Questions? Contact: Greg Walker at gwalker@collegeboard.org

6. Advanced Placement: New Processes and Resources Coming to 2019 (p.m. session)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: District and School Leaders, AP Coordinators, Instructional Leaders and AP staff

Dates: 3/1/2019

College Board is making improvements to the way AP works that will impact every high school in Ohio and across the United States. These improvements are in response to what College Board has been hearing from practitioners to better meet the needs of teachers and students. Beginning in the 2019-2020 school year College Board will roll out new resources to support teachers and students all year. These improvements will require a change to the timeline and registration process for schools and students. All schools offering AP will implement these changes in the 2019-20 school year. We look forward to your confirmation and moving forward with next steps. Questions? Contact: Greg Walker at gwalker@collegeboard.org

7. Online HQT Language Arts/Reading Course

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/4/2019 to 4/14/2019

Participants will learn to align curriculum to the ODE Language Arts/Reading Standards in order to increase student achievement. This course was recently approved by Ashland University as a prerequisite reading block towards gaining the Ohio Reading Endorsement. The course is set-up in 6 weekly modules and will require 6-8 hours of course work each week. Course registration is $126. Course will run 3/4/19-4/14/19. A certificate of completion for 45 contact hours in content will be available within a week after course completion. An optional 3-hour Ashland University credit option is available for an additional $747. Contact Sandy.Denney@escco.org or by phone at 614.542.4111 for further information. Registration deadline is 2/28/19 at midnight or until courses are full. Course payment must be submitted by 3/1/19 or the course will be dropped. This does not apply to purchase order payments. Course access will be sent by email right before the course begins.

8. Online HQT Math Course

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/4/2019 to 4/14/2019

Participants will learn to align curriculum to the ODE Math Standards in order to increase student achievement. The course is set-up in 6 weekly modules and will require 6-8 hours of course work each week. Course registration is $126. Course will run 3/4/19-4/14/19. A certificate of completion for 45 contact hours in content will be available within a week after course completion. An optional 3-hour Ashland University credit option is available for an additional $747. Contact Sandy.Denney@escco.org or by phone at 614.542.4111 for further information. Registration deadline is 2/28/19 at midnight or until courses are full. Course payment must be submitted by 3/1/19 or the course may be dropped. This does not apply to purchase order payments. Course access will be sent by email right before the course begins.

9. Online HQT Pedagogy Course

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/4/2019 to 4/14/2019

This online course meets the HQT requirements for 45 contact hours in teaching skills pedagogy. The course is designed to be both theoretical and practical, allowing the participant to design lessons and modify instructional practices to meet the diverse needs of learners in any content area. Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to know and describe four major models of teaching; describe and apply appropriate research-based instructional practices; and develop comprehensive lesson or unit plans for teaching in their content area. The course is set-up in 6 weekly modules and requires 6-8 hours of work each week. Course registration is $126. Course will run 3/4/19-4/14/19. A certificate of completion for 45 content hours in pedagogy will be available within a week after course completion. An additional 3-hour Ashland University credit option is available for an additional $747. Contact Sandy.Denney@escco.org or by phone at 614.542.4111 for further information. Registration deadline is 2/28/19 at midnight or until course is full. Payment deadline is 3/1/19 or the course may be dropped. Course access will be sent by email right before the course begins.

10. Online HQT Science Course

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/4/2019 to 4/14/2019

Participants will learn to align curriculum to the ODE Science Standards in order to increase student achievement. The course is set-up in 6 weekly modules and will require 6-8 hours of course work each week. Course registration is $126. Course will run 3/4/19-4/14/19. A certificate of completion for 45 contact hours in content will be available within a week after course completion. An optional 3-hour Ashland University credit option is available for an additional $747. Contact Sandy.Denney@escco.org or by phone at 614.542.4111 for further information. Registration deadline is 2/28/19 at midnight or until courses are full. Course payment must be submitted by 3/1/19 or the course may be dropped. This does not apply to purchase order payments. Course access will be sent by email right before the course begins.

11. Online HQT Social Studies Course

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/4/2019 to 4/14/2019

Participants will learn to align curriculum to the ODE Social Studies Standards in order to increase student achievement. The course is set-up in 6 weekly modules and will require 6-8 hours of course work each week. Course registration is $126. Course will run 3/4/19-4/14/19. A certificate of completion for 45 contact hours in content will be available within a week after completion. An optional 3-semester hour Ashland University credit option is available for an additional $747. Contact Sandy.Denney@escco.org or by phone at 614.542.4111 for further information. Registration deadline is 2/28/19 at midnight or until course is full. Course payment must be submitted by 3/1/18 or the course may be dropped. This does not apply to purchase order payments. Course access will be sent by email right before the course begins.

12. PBL 101 3-day Academy - Grades K-12 (Note location)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/4/2019 to 3/14/2019

Project Based Learning (PBL), is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working through a process of sustained inquiry in response to a complex question, problem, or challenge. This interactive three-day workshop led by a Buck Institute for Education (BIE)-certified workshop facilitator has three basic parts: Project Design, Assessment, and Management. It is designed to teach the basics of PBL through exemplifying the experience of a project, video analysis of best classroom practice, exploration of PBL tools and project libraries, and development of a project with opportunities for critique & revision. By the end of this workshop, participants will have designed a project for use in their own classroom and will have a better understanding of: 1) The difference between PBL and "doing projects" 2) The need to provide students with opportunities to practice 21st century competencies balanced with learning significant content; and 3) How to manage a project in the classroom. The third day of the workshop is purposefully designed to provide participants with time to gain the knowledge and skills to help them plan their project while allowing time for additional research, refinement, gathering of resources, assessment alignment, and peer review before finalizing their high-quality PBL. Ashland graduate credit is available for an additional $249. Lunch is on own. Training dates are 3/4/19, 3/5/19 & 3/14/19. Location is: Granville Central Office, 130 N. Granger St., Granville, OH 43023

13. Yellow Springs PBL Immersion: Tuning Protocol

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/6/2019

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Want to see a K-12 district fully immersed in PBL? For those considering PBL 101 training or have taken PBL 101 and want to see PBL in action, this is for you. This is an opportunity to see teachers and students working in different stages of PBL and to meet with the school superintendent, Mario Basora and his building principals to learn more about their journey. Your visit will include building visits to the elementary and MS/HS buildings. Visits might include opportunities in which you can observe teachers using a Tuning Protocol to revise and refine their project design and/or to engage with students and their teachers as they are putting the final touches on their PBL projects for Exhibition Night. Each visit ends with a Student Panel Q/A session. Plan to begin your day at the Mills Lawn ES, 200 S. Walnut St., Yellow Springs, OH 45387. 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM. Lunch is provided. . Participants attending two days of PBL Immersion visits at both Dayton Regional STEM School and Yellow Springs may enroll for a 1-hour Ashland graduate credit option for an additional $249.

14. Dayton Regional STEM School PBL Immersion (note location)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/6/2019

See how the Dayton Regional STEM School engages 6-12 grade learners in PBL every day! During your visit, participate in a gallery walk of student work, then join a classroom where learners collaborate on a project, participate in critique of student work, or use technology to create websites, 3-D models and more. After lunch (provided), walk through the steps of an inter-disciplinary PBL project with a teacher and hear from a panel of students, teachers, and administrators. Dayton Regional STEM School is located at 1724 Woodman Dr., Kettering, OH 45420. This visit begins at 9am and ends at 3pm. Lunch is provided. Participants attending two days of PBL Immersion visits at both DRSS and Yellow Springs may enroll for a 1-hour Ashland graduate credit option for an additional $249. District or school-specific visits are available upon request for groups of 12 people or more. Contact Jenn Reid at jenn.reid@wright.edu to schedule your date.

15. Working with Newcomer English Learners (a.m. session)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/7/2019

When students arrive with little or no English, teachers need resources to get these students off to a great start. This professional development session will equip EL/ELL teachers with tips and resources to work with newcomers from Kindergarten to 12th grade. The facilitators will share checklists, resources, cultural considerations, scheduling tips and more. Mainstream teachers are welcome to attend to learn how to meet the needs of newcomers. Free to our EL Consortium members who can use “LEP” instead of payment. Questions? contact Jill.Kramer@escco.org

16. English Learner Documents Workshop (p.m. session)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/7/2019

Do you need help writing plans and documents for your EL Program? The facilitators will provide templates and work with participants to develop and write both legally required documents as well as documents that are best practice. Join us to work on the following – EL Program Manual, individual EL Plan, EL Communication Plan, Family Engagement Plan, and/or Program Evaluation Checklist. Bring your laptop and any reference materials you might need. Free to our EL Consortium members who can use “LEP” instead of payment. Questions? Contact Jill.Kramer@escco.org

17. ParaPro Assessment Testing - 1:00-4:00

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/14/2019

This testing is for prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. The test will be taken on a computer. Testing time is 2 1/2 hours. The test consists of 90 multiple choice questions in reading, mathematics and writing. The cost is a non-refundable fee of $55. This must be paid before testing. Note: if you have two years of college you do not need to take the exam. Questions? Contact Jean.Kugler@escco.org or 614.542.4161

18. CCRE - CIF

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Cohort 2

Dates: 3/20/2019

Effective study group strategies for high school students taking college coursework. 90-minute session via WebEx.

19. PBL 101 3-day Academy - Grades 6-12 (Note location)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/21/2019 to 3/26/2019

Project Based Learning (PBL), is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working through a process of sustained inquiry in response to a complex question, problem, or challenge. This interactive three-day workshop led by a Buck Institute for Education (BIE)-certified workshop facilitator has three basic parts: Project Design, Assessment, and Management. It is designed to teach the basics of PBL through exemplifying the experience of a project, video analysis of best classroom practice, exploration of PBL tools and project libraries, and development of a project with opportunities for critique & revision. By the end of this workshop, participants will have designed a project for use in their own classroom and will have a better understanding of: 1) The difference between PBL and "doing projects" 2) The need to provide students with opportunities to practice 21st century competencies balanced with learning significant content; and 3) How to manage a project in the classroom. The third day of the workshop is purposefully designed to provide participants with time to gain the knowledge and skills to help them plan their project while allowing time for additional research, refinement, gathering of resources, assessment alignment, and peer review before finalizing their high-quality PBL. Ashland graduate credit is available for an additional $249. Lunch is on own. Training dates are 3/21/19, 3/25/19 & 3/26/19. Location is: Dayton Regional STEM School, 1724 Woodman Dr., Kettering, OH 45420

20. CCRE - CIF

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Cohort 2

Dates: 3/21/2019

Questioning - Encouraging the students to ask questions to further their own learning.

21. "PBL Teaching Practices" Online Book Study

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/22/2019 to 5/3/2019

"Project Based Teaching" is the Buck Institute for Education's newest book by Suzie Boss and John Larmer. Whether you are new to project based learning (PBL) or a seasoned PBL practitioner that has experienced a PBL 101 design workshop and implementing it in your classroom, this book provides a deep dive into the Buck Institute's gold standard seven teaching practices that support a PBL student-centered learning environment. The book is a page-turner as it is full of practical tips from practicing PBL teachers that are easy to start implementing immediately. The book study also features accompanying videos that show some of the featured PBL teachers in-action modeling the teaching practices with students in their classrooms. This 15-hour online book study is self-paced for users to complete the course at their convenience anytime during the timeline of Friday, March 22nd through Friday, May 3rd. Participants must purchase their own copy of "Project Based Teaching" and plan to spend about 2 hours working at their convenience in each of the seven modules. Course fee is $79.00. An optional one hour of Ashland University graduate credit is available for $249.00.

22. Better Than Carrots or Sticks Online Book Study

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Teachers and administrators

Dates: 3/22/2019 to 5/3/2019

In Better Than Carrots or Sticks, longtime educators provide a practical blueprint for creating a cooperative and respectful classroom climate in which students and teachers work through behavioral issues together. The authors explain how to establish procedures and expectations for student behavior that encourage the development of positive interpersonal skills; develop a non-confrontational rapport with even the most challenging students; and implement conflict resolution strategies that prioritize relationship building and mutual understanding. This course is a one credit intensive book study designed for K-12 educators who are seeking graduate level courses for their professional development, license renewal and/or pay scale increases. Participants will need to purchase their own copy of Better Than Carrots or Sticks. The course is set-up in assignments and participants may work at their own pace as all work will be due by the end of the course. A certificate of completion for 15 contact hours in content will be available within a week after course completion. An optional 1-hour Ashland University credit option is available for an additional $249. Contact Christine.Galvin@escco.org for course information or Sandy.Denney@escco.org for registration information. Course payment must be submitted in order to receive course access.

23. Creating Cultures of Thinking:The Eight Forces We Must Master to Truly Transform Our Schools Online Book Study

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Teachers, Coaches, and Administrators

Dates: 3/22/2019 to 5/3/2019

What constitutes an effective and powerful learning experience in the 21st century? As we examine the shifting terrain of education, it is essential to be responsive to complex social developments and to create learning experiences that are engaging and exciting for all learners. Creating Cultures of Thinking, written by leading Harvard researcher Ron Ritchhart, demystifies the process of creating dynamic learning communities by first identifying and then walking us through eight forces we must marshal to build strong group culture. Case studies, practical guidelines, self-assessments, and inquiry projects enable teachers and administrators to understand and shape powerful learning communities. The ESCCO is pleased to provide independent learning opportunities for individuals interested in expanding their knowledge, understanding, and practices related to these issues. This course is a one credit intensive book study designed for K-12 educators who are seeking graduate level courses for their professional development, license renewal and/or pay scale increases. Participants will need to purchase their own copy of Creating Cultures of Thinking: the 8 Forces We Must Master to Truly Transform Schools. The course is set-up in 6 assignments and will require 2-3 hours of course work for each assignment. Participants may work at their own pace as all work will be due by the end of the course. A certificate of completion for 15 contact hours in content will be available within a week after course completion. An optional 1-hour Ashland University credit option is available for an additional $249. Contact Sandy.Denney@escco.org or by phone at 614.542.4111 for further information. Course payment must be submitted in order to receive course access.

24. Differentiation: From Planning to Practice, Grades 6-12 Online Book Study

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Administrators, 6-12 teachers, Instructional Coaches

Dates: 3/22/2019 to 5/3/2019

In this refreshing addition to differentiated learning literature, Rick Wormeli takes readers step-by-step from the blank page to a fully crafted differentiation lesson. Along the way he shows middle and high school teachers and behind-the-scenes planning that goes into effective lesson design for diverse classrooms. Rick demonstrates how to weave common and novel differentiation strategies into all subjects and offers clear advice about what to do when things don't go as expected. Based on nearly thirty years of experience as a teacher and instructional coach, Rick's thoughtful and imaginative classroom accommodations will help teachers succeed with advanced students, struggling students, English language learners, and students across the multiple intelligences spectrum. A thorough and practice guide, Differentiation: From Planning to Practice also provides an overview of the cognitive science behind differentiation as well as a more than two-dozen tools that make differentiation doable in the classroom. The course is set-up in assignments and participants may work at their own pace as all work will be due by the end of the course. A certificate of completion for 15 contact hours in content will be available within a week after course completion. An optional 1-hour Ashland University credit option is available for an additional $249. Contact Christine.Galvin@escco.org for course information or Sandy.Denney@escco.org for registration information. Course payment must be submitted in order to receive course access.

25. How to Use Grading to Improve Learning Online Book Study

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 3/22/2019 to 5/3/2019

Grades are imperfect, shorthand answers to "What did students learn, and how well?" In How to Use Grading to Improve Learning Susan Brookhart guides educators at all levels in utilizing research based strategies that are fundamental to effective grading and learning practices in or to produce grades that accurately communicate students' achievement of learning goals. The ESCCO is pleased to provide independent learning opportunities for individuals interested in expanding their knowledge, understanding, and practices related to these issues. This course is a one credit intensive book study designed for K-12 educators who are seeking graduate level courses for their professional development, license renewal and/or pay scale increases. Participants will need to purchase their own copy of How to Use Grading to Improve Learning. The course is set-up in assignments and participants may work at their own pace as all work will be due by the end of the course. A certificate of completion for 15 contact hours in content will be available within a week after course completion. An optional 1-hour Ashland University credit option is available for an additional $249. Contact Christine.Galvin@escco.org for course information or Sandy.Denney@escco.org for registration information. Course payment must be submitted in order to receive course access.

26. Making Thinking Visible Online Book Study

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Administrators, teacher leaders, building leadership team members, instructional coaches, curriculum directors, and teachers.

Dates: 3/22/2019 to 5/3/2019

How can classrooms become places of intellectual stimulation where learning is viewed not just in test scores but in the development of individuals who can think, plan, create, question, and engage independently as learners? Making Thinking Visible offers educators research-based solutions for showing how thinking can be made visible at any grade level and across all subject areas through the use of effective questioning, listening, documentation, and structures called thinking routines. The ESCCO is pleased to provide independent learning opportunities for individuals interested in expanding their knowledge, understanding, and practices related to these issues. This course is a one credit intensive book study designed for K-12 educators who are seeking graduate level courses for their professional development, license renewal and/or pay scale increases. Participants will need to purchase their own copy of Making Thinking Visible: How to Promote Engagement, Understanding, and Independence for All Learners. The course is set-up in 6 assignments and will require 2-3 hours of course work per assignment. This course is ongoing and participants may work at their own pace To complete all assignments. A certificate of completion for 15 contact hours in content will be available within a week after all assignments are completed. An optional 1-hour Ashland University credit option is available for an additional $249. Contact Sandy.Denney@escco.org or by phone at 614.542.4111 for further information. Course access will be sent by email once the participant has registered and payment has been accepted.

27. Trauma Sensitive Schools for the Adolescent Years Online Book Study

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Administrators and Teachers

Dates: 3/22/2019 to 5/3/2019

Trauma Sensitive Schools for the Adolescent Years by Susan E. Craig provides secondary school teachers and administrators with practical ideas for how to improve student achievement by implementing a trauma- sensitive approach to instruction. This book offers clear explanations of the role that childhood adversity and trauma play in determining academic success, with dozens of concrete strategies. This 15-hour online book study is self-paced for users to complete the course at their convenience anytime during the timeline of Friday, March 22nd through Friday, May 3rd. Participants must purchase their own copy of "Trauma-Sensitive Schools for the Adolescent Years". An optional one hour of Ashland University graduate credit is available for $249.00.

28. Identifying English Learners for Special Education Services (a.m.)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 4/8/2019

How do you distinguish between a language difference and a learning disability? How do you ensure that a student has had strong Tier 1 support? How can you ensure that English learners (ELs) are not under or over represented in Special Education? This session will equip EL teachers and other staff with questions, resources and data collection tools that can help to correctly identify English learners who may need Special Education services. We will look at ODE guidance, MTSS and best practices for identifying students. In addition, we will discuss ways to support ELs who currently have an IEP, including how to provide services and collaborate with other staff. EL teachers, Special Education staff and administrators are encouraged to attend. Members of the ESC’s Title lll Consortium attend at no cost by entering LEP in the payment box. Cost is $35 for ESC member districts and $45 for non-member districts. Questions? contact: Jill.Kramer@escco.org

29. Using the ELP Standards to Develop Lessons and Units (p.m.)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 4/8/2019

The English Language Proficiency Standards serve as a guide to teachers of English Learners (ELs). Yet they can be vague and hard to understand. At this session we will dig into the standards and practice using them to develop a lesson or a unit for a pull out EL group at the elementary, middle, or high school levels. This will be a working session so bring your laptop and any sample lessons you would like to share. EL teachers and curriculum directors are encouraged to attend. Members of the ESC’s Title lll Consortium attend at no cost by entering LEP in the payment box. Cost is $35 for ESC member districts and $45 for non-member districts. Questions? Contact: Jill.Kramer@escco.org

30. CCRE - Strategic Implementation of Support Systems

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Counselors

Dates: 4/11/2019

Full Day Session Delivered in-person.

31. ParaPro Assessment Testing - 1:00-4:00

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 4/11/2019

This testing is for prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. The test will be taken on a computer. Testing time is 2 1/2 hours. The test consists of 90 multiple choice questions in reading, mathematics and writing. The cost is a non-refundable fee of $55. This must be paid before testing. Note: if you have two years of college you do not need to take the exam. Questions? Contact Jean.Kugler@escco.org or 614.542.4161

32. Central Ohio Curriculum Leaders Network Meeting

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Invited Curriculum Leaders

Dates: 4/12/2019

The Central Ohio Curriculum Leaders Network is a professional network offered to Central Ohio school district administrators who have the primary responsibility for leadership in teaching and learning. This includes directors of curriculum and instruction, chief academic officers, and directors of elementary / secondary education. Our Goals
• Provide current updates on relevant topics in curriculum, instruction, assessment, professional development, legislative policy, and state accountability systems, such as the Local Report Card and state educator evaluation systems.
• Offer opportunities to collaborate and to share information and resources.
• Provide a network of support to administrators in similar positions. Light refreshments will be served. Contact Cathy Heidelberg with questions or for more information. Cathy.heidelberg@escco.org Office: 614.542.4168 Cell: 419.944.5879

33. Dayton Regional STEM School PBL Immersion (note location)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 4/15/2019

See how the Dayton Regional STEM School engages 6-12 grade learners in PBL every day! During your visit, participate in a gallery walk of student work, then join a classroom where learners collaborate on a project, participate in critique of student work, or use technology to create websites, 3-D models and more. After lunch (provided), walk through the steps of an inter-disciplinary PBL project with a teacher and hear from a panel of students, teachers, and administrators. Dayton Regional STEM School is located at 1724 Woodman Dr., Kettering, OH 45420. This visit begins at 9am and ends at 3pm. Lunch is provided. Participants attending two days of PBL Immersion visits at both DRSS and Yellow Springs may enroll for a 1-hour Ashland graduate credit option for an additional $249. District or school-specific visits are available upon request for groups of 12 people or more. Contact Jenn Reid at jenn.reid@wright.edu to schedule your date.

34. Yellow Springs PBL Immersion: Tuning Protocol

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 4/24/2019

Want to see a K-12 district fully immersed in PBL? For those considering PBL 101 training or have taken PBL 101 and want to see PBL in action, this is for you. This is an opportunity to see teachers and students working in different stages of PBL and to meet with the school superintendent, Mario Basora and his building principals to learn more about their journey. Your visit will include building visits to the elementary and MS/HS buildings. Visits might include opportunities in which you can observe teachers using a Tuning Protocol to revise and refine their project design and/or to engage with students and their teachers as they are putting the final touches on their PBL projects for Exhibition Night. Each visit ends with a Student Panel Q/A session. Plan to begin your day at the Mills Lawn ES, 200 S. Walnut St., Yellow Springs, OH 45387. 8:00 AM - 3:30 PM. Lunch is provided. . Participants attending two days of PBL Immersion visits at both Dayton Regional STEM School and Yellow Springs may enroll for a 1-hour Ashland graduate credit option for an additional $249.

35. ELLAN Meeting

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 4/24/2019

ELLAN, English Language Learner Administrators Network, is a professional network for school district administrators who are responsible for programs and services for English Language Learners. The Network meets several times a year to discuss topics relevant to serving English Language Learners. Topics may include: legal and legislative updates, fiscal updates, discussions on topics of immediate interest and other topics that arise. Teachers are also invited to attend. Cost is free to Title III Consortium members---Use LEP as the purchase order number when you register. Fee will be waived when registration is processed. Questions? Contact Jill.Kramer@escco.org

36. Dayton Regional STEM School PBL Immersion (6-12)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 5/7/2019

See how the Dayton Regional STEM School engages 6-12 grade learners in PBL every day! During your visit, participate in a gallery walk of student work, then join a classroom where learners collaborate on a project, participate in critique of student work, or use technology to create websites, 3-D models and more. After lunch (provided), walk through the steps of an inter-disciplinary PBL project with a teacher and hear from a panel of students, teachers, and administrators. Dayton Regional STEM School is located at 1724 Woodman Dr., Kettering, OH 45420. This visit begins at 9am and ends at 3pm. Participants attending two days of PBL Immersion visits at both DRSS and Yellow Springs may enroll for a 1-hour Ashland graduate credit option for an additional $249. District or school-specific visits are available upon request for groups of 12 people or more. Contact Jenn Reid at jenn.reid@wright.edu to schedule your date.

37. Yellow Springs PBL Immersion: Elementary PBL Exhibition Day

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 5/7/2019

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Want to see a K-12 district fully immersed in PBL? For those considering PBL 101 training or have taken PBL 101 and want to see PBL in action, this is for you. This is an opportunity to see teachers and students working in different stages of PBL and to meet with the school superintendent, Mario Basora and his building principals to learn more about their journey. Your visit will include building visits to the elementary and MS/HS buildings. Visits might include opportunities in which you can observe teachers using a Tuning Protocol to revise and refine their project design and/or to engage with students and their teachers as they are putting the final touches on their PBL projects for Exhibition Night. Each visit ends with a Student Panel Q/A session. Plan to begin your day at the Mills Lawn ES, 200 S. Walnut St., Yellow Springs, OH 45387. 9:00 AM - 2:30 PM. Lunch is provided. . Participants attending two days of PBL Immersion visits at both Dayton Regional STEM School and Yellow Springs may enroll for a 1-hour Ashland graduate credit option for an additional $249.

38. Yellow Springs PBL Immersion: MS/HS PBL Exhibition Day

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 5/16/2019

Want to see a K-12 district fully immersed in PBL? For those considering PBL 101 training or have taken PBL 101 and want to see PBL in action, this is for you. This is an opportunity to see teachers and students working in different stages of PBL and to meet with the school superintendent, Mario Basora and his building principals to learn more about their journey. Your visit will include building visits to the elementary and MS/HS buildings. Visits might include opportunities in which you can observe teachers using a Tuning Protocol to revise and refine their project design and/or to engage with students and their teachers as they are putting the final touches on their PBL projects for Exhibition Night. Each visit ends with a Student Panel Q/A session. Plan to begin your day at the Yellow Springs HS, 420 E. Enon Rd.,Yellow Springs, OH 45387. 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM. Lunch is provided. . Participants attending two days of PBL Immersion visits at both Dayton Regional STEM School and Yellow Springs may enroll for a 1-hour Ashland graduate credit option for an additional $249.

39. ParaPro Assessment Testing - 1:00-4:00

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 5/16/2019

This testing is for prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. The test will be taken on a computer. Testing time is 2 1/2 hours. The test consists of 90 multiple choice questions in reading, mathematics and writing. The cost is a non-refundable fee of $55. This must be paid before testing. Note: if you have two years of college you do not need to take the exam. Questions? Contact Jean.Kugler@escco.org or 614.542.4161

40. Dayton Regional STEM School PBL Immersion Visit: Special "STEMmersion" Edition

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 5/21/2019

Come see a 6th-12th grade school immersed in PBL at the end of the school year. During the last ten days of school, after fourth quarter ends, students at the Dayton Regional STEM School select a new course to take for a "J term" experience while upperclassmen complete internships. From jewelry-making to canoeing to robotics, cross-grade level courses integrate multiple subject areas to provide a unique learning experience for students. Join us to learn more about project-based learning, observe students and teachers in their STEMmersion classes, and get a peek "behind the curtain" at how teachers plan and are supported by administrators during this immersive learning experience.

41. De-Mystifying the FBA/BIP Process

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 6/4/2019 to 6/5/2019

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Many educators feel unprepared and uncertain about the FBA/BIP process. During this 2 day training, we will break down and focus on the individual steps involved. Please bring your district template(s) and/or specific guidelines for this interactive training. Plan to leave with multiple resources for completing the FBA/BIP process. Join us on June 4th and 5th from 8:30 – 3:30. Target audience: Intervention Specialists, Behavior Specialists, School Psychologists, School Counselors/Mental Health Specialists, School Administrators, or others who are involved in creating and implementing interventions that help students be more successful! Cost: $198 for ESC Member Districts and $230 for Non-members. Lunch is on your own. Please contact Anne.Quesnell@escco.org with any questions
The Gifted Operating Standards for the State of Ohio have been revised to recognize the importance of supporting professional development for general education classroom teachers. To address these changes and prepare teachers to meet them, the ESCCO has developed an Educator Gifted Academy, consisting of two courses that focus on the nature and needs of and curriculum and instruction for gifted students. After successful completion of Course I, participants will receive a certificate that qualifies them to be counted as service providers for gifted students. An optional two semester hours of graduate credit will also be available to purchase for an additional $498. (Participants must also complete Course II by the end of the 2019-20 academic year in order to continue to serve gifted students.) The first course consists of an in-person, four hour class (date to be determined) and online readings, exercises, and assignments. The total number of devoted hours awarded for the 2019-20 school year equals the required 30 clock hours. Facilitators of this course have gifted endorsements and direct teaching experiences with K-12 gifted students, K-12 content areas (including mathematics), media and technology, and guidance and counseling. Instructors are: Patricia Farrenkopf, Holly Kramer, Valerie Jasinski, Deb Logan & Diane McClaskey. Questions about course content can be directed to Patricia Farrenkopf, Ed.D. at pfarrenk@ashland.edu. Note: Districts with 18 or more participants, the courses are available to host at the district. Contact Pat Farrenkopf at pfarrenk@ashland.edu to arrange.

43. ESCCO Gifted - Course 1A – characteristics and identification

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 6/10/2019 to 7/26/2019

In person class on Monday, June 10 with modules 1 and 2 completing a capstone summarizing these two modules. Time will be announced. An optional 1-Semester hour of Ashland University credit available for an additional $249. Questions about course content can be directed to Patricia Farrenkopf, Ed.D. at pfarrenk@ashland.edu. Note: Districts with 18 or more participants, the courses are available to host at the district. Contact Pat Farrenkopf at pfarrenk@ashland.edu to arrange.

44. ESCCO Gifted - Course 1B – questioning techniques and lesson redesign

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 6/10/2019 to 7/26/2019

In person class on Monday, June 10 with modules 1 and 2 completing a capstone summarizing these two modules. Time will be announced. An optional 1-Semester hour of Ashland University credit available for an additional $249. Questions about course content can be directed to Patricia Farrenkopf, Ed.D. at pfarrenk@ashland.edu. Note: Districts with 18 or more participants, the courses are available to host at the district. Contact Pat Farrenkopf at pfarrenk@ashland.edu to arrange.

45. THE ORTON-GILLINGHAM APPROACH (MULTI-DAY): Teaching Literacy Skills to Students with Dyslexia

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 6/10/2019 to 6/21/2019

The Orton-Gillingham approach is a structured, systematic, multisensory, and diagnostic-prescriptive method for the teaching of language skills (including reading, spelling and handwriting) for students with dyslexia. This course will prepare educators to successfully tutor individual students, or to more effectively implement school-wide "packaged" multi-sensory, structured language education programs (such as Wilson, Patterns for Success, SPIRE, Phonics First, etc.). Course topics will include the characteristics and needs of students with dyslexia, the critical structures of English that must be addressed by instruction, and the design, implementation and evaluation of effective individual lesson plans. Presentations will be through lectures, discussions, demonstrations, videos, and "hands-on" exercises with multi-sensory techniques and materials. This 60-hour introductory course will provide participants with an introduction to the basics of the Orton-Gillingham approach. Completion of this course can also prepare participants for the associate level of Orton-Gillingham Academy certification. Course dates will be 6/10-21/19 (10 days). A total of 60 contact hours will be awarded upon completion. Course materials are included in the cost of the training. Optional 4-semester hours of Ashland Credit available. (2-semester hours each week-at a cost of $498 each week) Lunch is on your own. Questions about the training? Contact: CyndiSchultz80@gmail.com

46. Best Practices for Supporting English Learners (June session)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 6/10/2019 to 6/13/2019

This four day workshop will be offered twice in the summer. Choose one session - June or August. Content and mainstream teachers will be equipped with research-based instructional techniques that address the needs of English Language Learners (ELLs or ELs) in content classes. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of working effectively with English learners. This training provides the opportunity to learn and practice ways to plan and deliver lessons that allow English learners to access content standards as they develop their English proficiency. The target audience includes EL teachers, K-12 educators in any content areas, administrators, coordinators and coaches. Participants will leave with resources and ideas to implement in the new school year. No cost to districts who are members of the ESC’s Title lll English Learner Consortium. Use “LEP” in purchase order box. One semester hour of Ashland University credit available for an additional $249. Lunch is provided. Questions? Contact: Jill.Kramer@escco.org

47. ESCCO Gifted - Course 2A – underrepresented populations and social and emotional needs of gifted students

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 6/11/2019 to 7/26/2019

In person class on Tuesday, June 11 with modules 1 and 2 completing a capstone summarizing these two modules Time will be announced. An optional 1-Semester hour of Ashland University credit available for an additional $249. Questions? contact: Colette.Smith@escco.org

48. ESCCO Gifted - Course 2B – differentiation and WEPs

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 6/11/2019 to 7/26/2019

In person class on Tuesday, June 11 with modules 3 and 4 completing a capstone summarizing these two modules Time will be announced. An optional 1-Semester hour of Ashland University credit available for an additional $249. Questions about course content can be directed to Patricia Farrenkopf, Ed.D. at pfarrenk@ashland.edu. Note: Districts with 18 or more participants, the courses are available to host at the district. Contact Pat Farrenkopf at pfarrenk@ashland.edu to arrange.
This is the second portion of the ESCCO Educator Gifted Academy. The second blended course will help teachers serving gifted students through their regular classroom meet the new Ohio Gifted Operating Standards mandatory 30 hours of high quality professional development the second year of the implementation of the standards. The second class consists of an in person 4 hour class (date to be determined), job embedded exercises and assignments and a culminating in person 2 hour after school class (date to be determined). The total number of devoted hours awarded for the 2019-2020 school year equals the required 30 clock hours. Participants will be awarded a “Teaching the Gifted” certificate for successfully completing all parts of the course. Two semester hours of Ashland University credit is available for an additional $498. Lead Presenter: Patricia Farrenkopf Facilitators: Holly Kramer, Valerie Jasinski, Deb Logan and Diane McClaskey. Note: Districts with 18 or more participants, courses are available to host at the district. Contact Pat Farrenkopf at Pfarrenkopf@ghcsd.org to arrange.

50. Reaching for New Heights: Leveraging Existing Talents

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: District and School Administrators

Dates: 6/12/2019 to 6/13/2019

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Leading a school in today’s complex world requires a special set of skills. Skills not found in just one person, it requires a team approach. However, that team can be under resourced and often overlooked. Reaching for New Heights is designed to provide a unique approach for school administrators to better understand and utilize the powerful resources within their reach while motivating the staff to achieve new heights. The course is designed as a one-day or two-day session with specific embedded takeaways for school and district leaders seeking to become transformational supervisors or administrators in diverse and inclusive schools. Day One Focus: Administrative alignment and embedded application with a specific focus on Mental Health Services for adults and students, De-escalating in targeted situations, and Instructional Coaching for maximum learning. Day Two Focus: Administrative alignment and embedded application with a specific focus on behavioral change and supports for adults and students, English Language supports with an integrated framework, and Leveraging and Maximizing existing staff. Sean Ross is the primary facilitator for this course, please feel free to contact him with any questions sean.ross@escco.org Course Objectives:



• Developing a deeper leadership awareness



• Understanding the strategic function of the administrator in support services and meeting the needs of our diverse learners



• Bridging information and communication gaps for improved educator outcomes

51. ParaPro Assessment Testing - 1:00-4:00

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 6/13/2019

This testing is for prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. The test will be taken on a computer. Testing time is 2 1/2 hours. The test consists of 90 multiple choice questions in reading, mathematics and writing. The cost is a non-refundable fee of $55. This must be paid before testing. Note: if you have two years of college you do not need to take the exam. Questions? Contact Jean.Kugler@escco.org or 614.542.4161

52. Central Ohio Curriculum Leaders Network Meeting

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Invited Curriculum Leaders

Dates: 6/14/2019

The Central Ohio Curriculum Leaders Network is a professional network offered to Central Ohio school district administrators who have the primary responsibility for leadership in teaching and learning. This includes directors of curriculum and instruction, chief academic officers, and directors of elementary / secondary education. Our Goals
• Provide current updates on relevant topics in curriculum, instruction, assessment, professional development, legislative policy, and state accountability systems, such as the Local Report Card and state educator evaluation systems.
• Offer opportunities to collaborate and to share information and resources.
• Provide a network of support to administrators in similar positions. Light refreshments will be served. Contact Cathy Heidelberg with questions or for more information. Cathy.heidelberg@escco.org Office: 614.542.4168 Cell: 419.944.5879

53. CCRE Summer Academy

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Principals, Asst. Principals, Cohort 1, Cohort 2, Dept. Leaders, Dist. Adm., Counselors

Dates: 6/17/2019 to 6/19/2019

3 day session at the ESCCO for all districts.

54. Work Based PBL (9-12) CCRE

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: Cohort 1, Cohort 2 and Principals

Dates: 6/26/2019 to 6/28/2019

Project Based Learning (PBL), is a teaching method in which students gain knowledge and skills by working through a process of sustained inquiry in response to a complex question, problem, or challenge. This PBL 101 workshop is a pilot that will offer a special WORK-BASED learning focus and will have unique features than the typical PBL 101 (6-12) workshop. This interactive three-day PBL 101 workshop has three basic parts: Project Design, Assessment, and Management. It is designed to teach the basics of PBL through exemplifying the experience of a project, video analysis of best classroom practice, exploration of PBL tools and project libraries, and development of a project that integrates WORK-BASED learning focus with opportunities for critique & revision. By the end of this workshop, participants will have designed a project for use in their own classroom and will have a better understanding of: 1) The methodology of PBL with a WORK-BASED learning focus. 2)The difference between PBL and "doing projects" 2) The need to provide students with opportunities to practice 21st century competencies balanced with learning significant content; 3) How to manage a project in the classroom. The third day of the workshop is purposefully designed to provide participants with time to gain the knowledge and skills to help them plan their project while allowing time for additional research, refinement, gathering of resources, assessment alignment, and peer review before finalizing their high-quality PBL. Ashland graduate credit is available for an additional $249. Lunch is on own. Training dates are 6/4-6, 2018. Facilitators: Marcy Raymond and Mindy Farry. For questions about Work-Based PBL content, contact Marcy.Raymond@escco.org.

55. ParaPro Assessment Testing - 1:00-4:00

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 7/11/2019

This testing is for prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. The test will be taken on a computer. Testing time is 2 1/2 hours. The test consists of 90 multiple choice questions in reading, mathematics and writing. The cost is a non-refundable fee of $55. This must be paid before testing. Note: if you have two years of college you do not need to take the exam. Questions? Contact Jean.Kugler@escco.org or 614.542.4161
The Gifted Operating Standards for the State of Ohio have been revised to recognize the importance of supporting professional development for general education classroom teachers. To address these changes and prepare teachers to meet them, the ESCCO has developed an Educator Gifted Academy, consisting of two courses that focus on the nature and needs of and curriculum and instruction for gifted students. After successful completion of Course I, participants will receive a certificate that qualifies them to be counted as service providers for gifted students. An optional two semester hours of graduate credit will also be available to purchase for an additional $498. (Participants must also complete Course II by the end of the 2019-20 academic year in order to continue to serve gifted students.) The first course consists of an in-person, four hour class (date to be determined) and online readings, exercises, and assignments. The total number of devoted hours awarded for the 2019-20 school year equals the required 30 clock hours. Facilitators of this course have gifted endorsements and direct teaching experiences with K-12 gifted students, K-12 content areas (including mathematics), media and technology, and guidance and counseling. Instructors are: Patricia Farrenkopf, Holly Kramer, Valerie Jasinski, Deb Logan & Diane McClaskey. Questions about course content can be directed to Patricia Farrenkopf, Ed.D. at pfarrenk@ashland.edu. Note: Districts with 18 or more participants, the courses are available to host at the district. Contact Pat Farrenkopf at pfarrenk@ashland.edu to arrange.

57. De-Escalation skills for the classroom and beyond

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 7/29/2019 to 7/30/2019

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Day One will focus on the following: July 29, 2019 8:30-3:30 Participants will learn how to safely and effectively address, manage, and apply interventions to address challenging behaviors, and situations. Areas of focus will include Verbal and Nonverbal communication; evidence based de-escalation approaches and strategies, as well as information and practice with student populations who may have emotional, traumatic, and communicative challenges. Day Two will Focus on students with Autism and other communicative challenges: July 30, 2019 8:30-3:30 Participants will learn how to safely and effectively address, manage, and apply interventions to address challenging behaviors, and situations specifically for students with Autism.. Areas of focus will include Verbal and Nonverbal communication; evidence based de-escalation approaches and strategies. Cost: $99 per day for ESC Member Districts and $115 per day for Non-members. Lunch is on your own. Please contact Bryant.tela@escco.org with any questions.

58. Trauma Responsive Care (a.m. session)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: For any person working with children.

Dates: 7/29/2019

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Trauma Responsive Care goes beyond understanding trauma and its effects to providing interventions that seek to alleviate trauma symptoms and lead to a higher level of functioning. Please join us July 29th from 9:00am-12:00pm. Target Audience: Any person working with children. Cost: $50 for ESC Member Districts and $60 for Non-members. Please contact Neeley.keys@escco.org with any questions.

59. Taking Care of Yourself So You Can Take Care of Others (p.m. session)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 7/29/2019

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A Self Care workshop to help identify mental health and explore burn out, compassion fatigue and empathy distress. A self-care plan can help you enhance your health and wellbeing, manage your stress, and maintain professionalism as a worker with young people. Learn to identify activities and practices that support your wellbeing as a professional and help you to sustain positive self-care in the long-term. Please join us July 29th from 1:00pm-4:00pm. Target Audience: Any person working with children. Cost: $50 for ESC Member Districts and $60 for Non-members. Please contact Neeley.keys@escco.org with any questions
This is the second portion of the ESCCO Educator Gifted Academy. The second blended course will help teachers serving gifted students through their regular classroom meet the new Ohio Gifted Operating Standards mandatory 30 hours of high quality professional development the second year of the implementation of the standards. The second class consists of an in person 4 hour class (date to be determined), job embedded exercises and assignments and a culminating in person 2 hour after school class (date to be determined). The total number of devoted hours awarded for the 2019-2020 school year equals the required 30 clock hours. Participants will be awarded a “Teaching the Gifted” certificate for successfully completing all parts of the course. Two semester hours of Ashland University credit is available for an additional $498. Lead Presenter: Patricia Farrenkopf Facilitators: Holly Kramer, Valerie Jasinski, Deb Logan and Diane McClaskey. Note: Districts with 18 or more participants, courses are available to host at the district. Contact Pat Farrenkopf at Pfarrenkopf@ghcsd.org to arrange.

61. Building a Strong Foundation

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 7/30/2019 to 7/31/2019

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“Where do I start?” “What are my next steps?” As you prepare for the school year, there are many essential components you will need to consider, prepare, and have in place to ensure a strong foundation. Topics include creating classroom structure, expectations, and scheduling; integrating into the school community; leading instructional paraprofessionals; data collection and more….! Please join us on July 30th & 31st from 8:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Plan to leave with an organized to-do list full of evidence-based resources and ideas! Target audience: Intervention Specialists. Cost: $198 for ESC Member Districts and $230 for Non-members. Lunch is on your own. Please contact Catherine.rodeheffer@escco.org with questions.

62. The Safe Zones (a.m. session)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: For any person working with children.

Dates: 7/30/2019

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A LGBTQ training providing curricula, activities, and other resources for educators and learners who are hoping to further explore these concepts on their own. We will explore definitions, the LGBTQ umbrella, scenarios and much more. Our Mission is to create an educational, fun, dynamic and impactful training. Please join us July 30th from 9:00am-12:00pm. Target Audience: Any person working with children. Cost: $50 for ESC Member Districts and $60 for Non-members. Please contact Neeley.keys@escco.org with any questions

63. Implicit Bias (p.m. session)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Audience: For any person working with children.

Dates: 7/30/2019

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What IS Implicit Bias? We all have biases! Implicit bias refers to the attitudes or stereotypes that affect our understanding, actions, and decisions in an unconscious manner. This interactive course explores types of implicit biases, understanding them, what effects they can cause and how to address them. Please join us July 30th from 1:00pm-4:00pm. Target Audience: Any person working with children. Cost: $50 for ESC Member Districts and $60 for Non-members. Please contact Neeley.keys@escco.org with any questions

64. Best Practices for Supporting English Learners (August session)

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 8/5/2019 to 8/8/2019

This four day workshop will be offered twice in the summer. Choose one session - June or August. Content and mainstream teachers will be equipped with research-based instructional techniques that address the needs of English Language Learners (ELLs or ELs) in content classes. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of working effectively with English learners. This training provides the opportunity to learn and practice ways to plan and deliver lessons that allow English learners to access content standards as they develop their English proficiency. The target audience includes EL teachers, K-12 educators in any content areas, administrators, coordinators and coaches. Participants will leave with resources and ideas to implement in the new school year. No cost to districts who are members of the ESC’s Title lll English Learner Consortium. Use “LEP” in purchase order box. One semester hour of Ashland University credit available for an additional $249. Lunch is provided. Questions? Contact: Jill.Kramer@escco.org

65. ParaPro Assessment Testing - 1:00-4:00

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 8/15/2019

This testing is for prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. The test will be taken on a computer. Testing time is 2 1/2 hours. The test consists of 90 multiple choice questions in reading, mathematics and writing. The cost is a non-refundable fee of $55. This must be paid before testing. Note: if you have two years of college you do not need to take the exam. Questions? Contact Jean.Kugler@escco.org or 614.542.4161

66. ParaPro Assessment Testing - 1:00-4:00

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 9/12/2019

This testing is for prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. The test will be taken on a computer. Testing time is 2 1/2 hours. The test consists of 90 multiple choice questions in reading, mathematics and writing. The cost is a non-refundable fee of $55. This must be paid before testing. Note: if you have two years of college you do not need to take the exam. Questions? Contact Jean.Kugler@escco.org or 614.542.4161

67. ParaPro Assessment Testing - 1:00-4:00

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 10/17/2019

This testing is for prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. The test will be taken on a computer. Testing time is 2 1/2 hours. The test consists of 90 multiple choice questions in reading, mathematics and writing. The cost is a non-refundable fee of $55. This must be paid before testing. Note: if you have two years of college you do not need to take the exam. Questions? Contact Jean.Kugler@escco.org or 614.542.4161

68. ParaPro Assessment Testing - 1:00-4:00

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 11/14/2019

This testing is for prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. The test will be taken on a computer. Testing time is 2 1/2 hours. The test consists of 90 multiple choice questions in reading, mathematics and writing. The cost is a non-refundable fee of $55. This must be paid before testing. Note: if you have two years of college you do not need to take the exam. Questions? Contact Jean.Kugler@escco.org or 614.542.4161

69. ParaPro Assessment Testing - 1:00-4:00

Program: ESC of Central Ohio Achievement & Leadership Services

Dates: 12/12/2019

This testing is for prospective and practicing paraprofessionals. The test will be taken on a computer. Testing time is 2 1/2 hours. The test consists of 90 multiple choice questions in reading, mathematics and writing. The cost is a non-refundable fee of $55. This must be paid before testing. Note: if you have two years of college you do not need to take the exam. Questions? Contact Jean.Kugler@escco.org or 614.542.4161