Workshops and Events

Workshops and Events

On this page, you'll find a list of upcoming CES workshops and events with the option to narrow the results by a specific Month and Year. Click on the event title for more details to register online. 

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September

CATCH My Breath Nicotine Vaping Prevention

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Event Start Date: 
Sep 28 2021 3:00pm EDT
This training is for school staff interested in learning about and potentially implementing the CATCH My Breath vaping prevention curriculum. This free curriculum for grades 5-12 accommodates a range of learning abilities and can also be used in a variety of settings, including but not limited to health, science, and social studies classes.
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Disabled

Educator Mentor Training

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Sep 28 2021 3:00pm EDT

This learning opportunity provides initial professional development and ongoing monthly support for educator mentors.

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Disabled

Resilience Starts with Us

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Event Start Date: 
Sep 28 2021 6:30pm EDT
Staying strong, calm and positive during the re-opening process is challenging. This free event will provide discussion and resources on the importance of self-care to support our care for children. We will also share our professional development calendar that offers practical support and resources to navigate these unusual times.
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Active

Educator Evaluation

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Sep 29 2021 8:30am EDT
Shifting the Focus to Conversations that Promote Professional Growth

This course will help evaluators understand the requirements of the MA system and clarify their own philosophy of evaluation.

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Disabled

October

History's Mysteries Institute

Emerging America
Event Start Date: 
Oct 04 2021 9:00am EDT
Feb 28 2022 4:00pm EST
Develop a Mystery for Your Own Classroom
This five-module, online workshop will deepen teacher skills with integrating social studies, language arts, and inquiry in remote and in-person learning using History’s Mysteries: Historical Inquiry for Elementary Classrooms, the free, easy-to-use inquiry curriculum units created by teachers Kelley Brown and Laurie Risler.
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Active

IEP Team Leader Community of Practice

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Oct 04 2021 2:00pm EDT

The Educational Team Leader Community of Practice will meet via Zoom once each month for 90 minutes and follow a regular routine for our sessions.

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Active

Culturally Responsive Teaching

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Oct 05 2021 3:30pm EDT

This course is a year-long exploration of Culturally Responsive Teaching utilizing the text Culturally Responsive Teaching and the Brain.

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Active

Section 504 Training

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Oct 13 2021 10:00am EDT
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Active

All Kinds of Diversity

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Oct 20 2021 2:00pm EDT
Books and Materials for PreK - 6 Classrooms
In this workshop teachers, counselors, administrators, librarians and others will have a chance to learn about a wonderful selection of books (and related materials) that will spark conversations about diversity, equity and social justice.
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Active

Title IX Coordinator Training

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Oct 26 2021 10:00am to 1:00pm EDT

Despite the change in the administration, the Title IX amendments finalized in June 2020 are still in effect. The purpose of this workshop is to review Title IX, its former and current regulations, and relevant caselaw. There will be a section of the workshop dealing with a “how-to” investigate a claim while complying with federal and state law.

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Active

SEI Special Topics: Mathematics and Academic Language

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Oct 26 2021 4:00pm EDT
We’ll deep dive into academic language, content (knowledge, skills, understandings), and thinking for EL students and others, and generate academic language at the discourse, sentence and word/phrase levels to meet the Mathematical Practice Standards.
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Active

Engaging and Supporting Families

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Event Start Date: 
Oct 26 2021 6:30pm EDT
Building supportive relationships with families is always important, especially now. As we grapple with the pandemic and issues related to racial injustice, the daily complexity of family life is increased and is different for each family.
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Active

Prioritizing Regulation for Young Children with ASD in Early Childhood Settings

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Event Start Date: 
Oct 28 2021 6:30pm EDT
This workshop will provide tools and strategies you can begin using tomorrow to promote regulation, safety, and social connection for young children with autism and their peers in early childhood settings.
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Active

Accessing Inquiry for English Learners through Primary Sources

Emerging America
Event Start Date: 
Oct 29 2021 9:00am EDT
This course demonstrates English-learner-friendly approaches to primary and secondary sources using examples from the history of immigration and of foreign language communities in the U.S., and invites participants to create lessons in which inquiry energizes understanding for all students.
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Active

November

Building on the Cultural and Background Knowledge of English Learners in Classrooms and Counseling Groups

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Nov 02 2021 4:00pm EDT
The emphasis of the course is on helping all school staff to learn about resources such as picture books, videos, and websites that reflect the cultures and build on the background knowledge of the English Learners (ELs) they serve (or may serve in the future). Participants will learn about a variety of strategies that can be used to engage your ELs (and all your students) so that they can build on what they already know, as they develop their language skills and participate in both academic and social/emotional learning.
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Active

Introduction to Elementary Inquiry Using History’s Mysteries Webinar

Emerging America
Event Start Date: 
Nov 03 2021 7:00pm EDT
Feb 09 2022 7:00pm EST
May 18 2022 7:00pm EDT
History’s Mysteries is a ready-to-use K-5 curriculum featuring student investigation of primary sources from the Library of Congress and other archives. Each unit includes three or more mysteries, each fully addressing an engaging topic for grades K-5. This webinar is an opportunity for teachers to become familiar with History’s Mysteries and ask questions in preparation for teaching the curriculum.
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Active

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Sep 13 2021 9:30am EDT
Nov 06 2021 9:30am EDT
Nov 16 2021 9:30am EST
Dec 16 2021 9:30am EST
Blended Learning Virtual Version
Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis.
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Active

Using Routines and Predictability to Promote Stability in Early Learning Experiences

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Event Start Date: 
Nov 09 2021 6:30pm EST
Young children thrive with stability. These unusual times increase the need for stable nurturing early experiences. In this workshop we will discuss responsive teaching strategies for child-directed free play, social interaction, and for safe sensory exploration which align with EEC and CDC guidelines.
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Active

Annual Legal Issues Seminar

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Nov 10 2021 8:30am EST
Special Education Compliance

Attorney Regina Tate returns to address developments over the past year for legal decisions, issues, and legislation that affect special education. Many consider this annual review their “must-attend” event for updating their knowledge and preparing themselves for the year to come.

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Active

Youth Mental Health First Aid

Professional Development
Event Start Date: 
Sep 13 2021 9:30am EDT
Nov 06 2021 9:30am EDT
Nov 16 2021 9:30am EST
Dec 16 2021 9:30am EST
Blended Learning Virtual Version
Youth Mental Health First Aid is designed to teach parents, family members, caregivers, teachers, school staff, peers, neighbors, health and human services workers, and other caring citizens how to help an adolescent (age 12-18) who is experiencing a mental health or addictions challenge or is in crisis.
Status:
Active

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