Welcome to Regional Office of Education #40
Plans are currently underway for the ROE #40 Institute on Tuesday, October 9. Jersey School District will be hosting the event this year. Register today!
Highlights for this year's event includes our key note speaker, Jesse Jackson III, will share his knowledge and background on how to reach hard to reach students. In addition we will have a Trauma Informed strand to provide educators with resources and tools to teach our students afflicted by trauma. The institute will also include break-out sessions for content specialities as well as primary teachers.
Along with even more vendors than before, we have also added the latest "craze" to our institute....FOOD TRUCKS! Be sure and take time to experience this unique dining experience right on campus!
Principals' Breakaway, September 4th at the Carlinville ROE office, Social Emotional Learning Standards presented by Lisa Ward.
Becoming an Instructional Coach/Teacher Leader (2 Day Training)
When: 09/13/2018 and 11/01/2018
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (Registration at 8:30)
Where: Lincoln Land College Litchfield, IL
PD Hours: 11.0
Presenter: Kelly West
“Instructional coaches partner with teachers to analyze current reality, set goals, identify and explain teaching strategies to hit the goals, and provide support until the goals are met.”
This two day session is for teacher leaders (department chairs, directors, union leadership, head teacher, instructional coach) to ensure success in their roles.
The sessions will cover:
1.Foundations to lead, coach and support fellow teachers. 2.Essential skills needed to build relationships. 3.Partnering and collaboration to support others. 4.Strategies to identify and remove barriers of resistance. 5.Supporting the whole child with emphasis on social emotional learning.
PROFESSIONAL LEARNING OPPORTUNITY FOR ELEMENTARY ADMINISTRATORS
St. Clair County ROE # 50 is proud to host, Dr. Anni Reinking, Ed.D. SIUE Associate Professor of Early Childhood Learning
8:30 AM - 10/16/201811:30 AM
Supporting Kindergarten Teachers: What is Developmentally Appropriate? How do I Evaluate their Teaching? (for Administrators ONLY!)
This workshop is for: Elementary Principals, and Assistant Principals In this two session/ 2 day (Oct 3 and Oct 16, 2018) 3 hours each of professional development, administrators will: Develop a clear understanding of what a Kindergarten classroom should look like, feel like, and sound like (developmentally appropriate). Gain knowledge on appropriate ways to evaluate Kindergarten teachers (using the Danielson). Brainstorm ways to support Kindergarten teachers in elementary buildings. In the first sessions, administrators will be trained on the first two objectives. They will then be given a task to complete over the course of two weeks. The administrators will observe, interact with, and discuss what was learned in the professional development with the Kindergarten teachers located in their buildings. In the second session, administrators will report back, brainstorm and receive more training in the areas of confusion or need (as self-reflected) in order to support the Kindergarten teachers in their building to the best of their ability.
Be sure to visit our events page for upcoming event information!
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