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CES offers professional development workshops, courses, conferences, and Professional Learning Communities, for educators, administrators, early childhood providers, and community members. These may be fully online, in-person, or hybrid events.

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Oct 11 2023
Differentiating Instruction Through Word Study

Required for License(s):  Moderate Disabilities – Initial This online word study workshop will afford participants the opportunity to become familiar with the continuum of word study skills

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Oct 11 2023
Engaging with English Language Learners

This 15-hour in-person workshop helps classroom teachers to consider the experience of students in their classrooms who are non-native speakers of English as they explore practical strategies for

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Oct 13 2023
Equity Audits and Improvement Cycles: Planning Your Inquiry in Small and Mid-Size Districts

Increasingly, schools and districts seek to undertake equity audits for a range of different reasons. However, conceptualizing and conducting equity audits can present a plethora of challenges and

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Oct 17 2023
Building on the Cultural and Background Knowledge of English Learners in Classrooms and Counseling Groups

This course is meant for classroom teachers, arts specialists, counselors, librarians, nurses, paraeducators, speech/language therapists, and anyone else who works directly with students in Pre-K –

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Oct 17 2023
Youth Mental Health – 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

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Oct 18 2023
Empowering Students with Disability History: A Workshop for Special Education Professionals

This short workshop empowers Special Education teachers to integrate disability history and foster supportive attention to disability across the K-12 academic curriculum, by providing them with basic

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Oct 19 2023
Accessing Inquiry for English Learners through Primary Sources

English Learners bring rich contributions to the subjects of social studies and humanities that can go untapped if their language abilities limit their access to content, understanding of difficult

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Oct 19 2023
Guided Discipline for Middle and High School Classrooms

This virtual professional learning series equips teachers to Organize classrooms to create optimal conditions for learning Implement a preventive, problem solving and restorative approach to

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