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Date - 08/10/2022
 
AQIS Regional Study Group Topic Area 2.E: Early Literacy   
This session will focus NAEYC Topic Area 2.E: Curriculum, Early Literacy. We will discuss the “big ideas” of this topic area and analyze high quality practices related to language development as described by NAEYC. The study group process will model a team approach for exploring the Standards and will provide participants with strategies to extend discussions to their own settings. Please bring a copy of the NAEYC Early Learning Program Accreditation Standards and Assessment Items with you to this training.
Course # 243-23-296-003  
Subjects # [Early Childhood]
Begin Date: 08/10/2022
Course # 243-23-296-003
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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Date - 08/16/2022
 
Summer Desserts   
Using different cooking techniques participants will dazzle their guests with these fantastic desserts.
Course # 243-22-296-052  
Subjects # [Culinary]
Begin Date: 08/16/2022
Course # 243-22-296-052
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: WorkspaceCT - 16 Trowbridge Drive, Bethel
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Date - 09/07/2022
 
Using the CT Core Knowledge and Competency Framework (CKCS) in Reflective Supervision    AM Sessions
In this professional learning, early childhood directors and leaders will understand the characteristics of reflective supervision and strategies to engage in reflection with staff utilizing the CKCs. The sessions will explore the role of the CKCs in individual professional development plans and program professional development plans.
Course # 243-22-267-006  
Subjects # [Early Childhood]
Begin Date: 09/07/2022
Course # 243-22-267-006
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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Date - 09/14/2022
 
AQIS General Monthly Study Group; Topic Area 2F: Early Mathematics   
This session will focus NAEYC Topic Area 2.F: Early Mathematics. We will discuss the “big ideas” of this topic area and analyze high quality practices related to creative arts for young children. The study group process will model a team approach for exploring the Standards and will provide participants with strategies to extend discussions to their own settings. Please bring with you a copy of the NAEYC Early Learning Program Accreditation Standards and Assessment Items to this training.
Course # 243-23-296-005  
Subjects # [Early Childhood]
Begin Date: 09/14/2022
Course # 243-23-296-005
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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TEAM Initial Support Training - Fall 2022    PRESENTER: Kasey Dunn
This virtual training prepares individuals, who have been selected by their districts, to be mentors who will support beginning and student teachers. Training is based on Connecticut’s Common Core of Teaching (CCT), which articulates the foundational standards for all teachers in Connecticut and is linked by state law and regulations to requirements across a teacher’s career including educator preparation, induction, evaluation and professional learning. Participants will focus on coaching skills needed to help beginning teachers become reflective practitioners and learn how to provide support to new teachers through instructional modules. This virtual training includes approximately 2 days of learning over the course of: -Three 2-hour synchronous (live) learning sessions, -Asynchronous pre-work learning tasks that can be completed at your own pace prior to each synchronous (live) session. Participants must complete all parts of the virtual training to be qualified to serve in the role of mentor or cooperating teacher.
Course # 243-23-299-001  
Subjects # [Mentoring]
Begin Date: 09/14/2022
Course # 243-23-299-001
Status: CLOSED
Type: Online
Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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Date - 09/20/2022
 
Family Engagement in the Cycle of Intentional Teaching    Presented by Liz Parmelee
Define family engagement and partnerships? Understand the importance of family strengths perspective? Reflect on the competencies and dispositions that are important in developing partnerships with families? Consider strategies to utilize in communication with families, especially for supporting families’ understanding of learning
Course # 243-23-966-002  
Subjects # [Early Childhood]
Begin Date: 09/20/2022
Course # 243-23-966-002
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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Date - 09/22/2022
 
ADOS-2 Module 1 Refresher - Fall 2022    (COPY)
This training session will offer a refresher for Module 1 of the ADOS-2, for individuals who have already completed the full comprehensive ADOS-2 training. The session will be a combination of opportunities provided fully online with a blend of asynchronous and live training opportunities. Research suggests that users of the ADOS-2 benefit from periodic practice and re-calibration of coding. Unless you are administering the ADOS-2 frequently (defined as several times per week), it is likely that your coding decisions will drift over time. Frequent ADOS-2 users and trainers calibrate often to maintain reliability with the coding process. The workshop will be presented in a blended learning model with didactic information offered via an online learning platform as well as live (remote via zoom) viewing of an ADOS-2 administration, time to complete your coding decisions, and a group review of the coding to compare with the individual that administered the ADOS-2 in the video.It is expected that you have access to an ADOS-2 kit, manual, and a Module 1 protocol. Prior to the live session, participants are expected to review information in the online course, retrieve the ADOS-2 Manual and protocol booklet, review the corresponding section of the manual, as well as review notes recorded during prior training sessions, and view 1-2 hours of video reviews of ADOS-2 tasks (as needed) and coding items (recommended).Before registering, please read the full training information here (https://tinyurl.com/ADOS2academy2022)After registering, you will receive additional details about accessing the course materials.
Course # 243-23-296-011  
Subjects # [Assessment], [Autism Spectrum], [Special Education]
Begin Date: 09/22/2022
Course # 243-23-296-011
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
Location: Zoom Meeting
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ELA & Early Literacy Councils   
K-12 CES ELA and Early Literacy Council Meetings
Course # 243-23-296-009  
Subjects # [Language Arts]
Begin Date: 09/22/2022
Course # 243-23-296-009
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: 40 LINDEMAN - PDS
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Date - 09/27/2022
 
CES Coaches Network    A professional development network dedicated to those who coach other educators
This is a year-long program dedicated to building professional relationships with others who coach, targeted professional learning opportunities, and thriving as teacher leaders.

The network meets for 4 full-day seminars AND 4 half-day Lunch-and-Learn sessions.

At the seminar sessions delivered by Nicole Turner and hosted by Dr. Cheryl Kerison, aspiring, new, and experienced Instructional Coaches, specialists, mentors, and teacher leaders will:

  • Discover “How to” create a system and structure for day-to-day coaching
  • Uncover new ways to observe classrooms that translate into effective coaching sessions
  • Get clear on what exactly is the important "stuff" to coach through
  • Develop a purposeful planning system that will help you conquer the sense of sporadic coaching and be more intentional in everything you do
  • Let go of the sabotaging thought that you don’t have what it takes to be a coach
  • Create a toolbox full of coaching strategies to deal with even the most uncoachable teacher
  • Through the lunch-and-learn sessions hosted by Dr. Cheryl Kerison, aspiring, new, and experienced Instructional Coaches, specialists, mentors, and teacher leaders will:

  • Tackle "today" issues or questions by focusing on hot topics as they arise during the school year
  • Practice coaching interactions to improve communication and decision-making skills
  • Reflect on implementation of new learning from seminar sessions with Nicole Tuner
  • Build lasting networks and relationships with each other (and those you coach)

  • Course # 243-23-966-004  
    Subjects # [Coaching]
    Begin Date: 09/27/2022
    Course # 243-23-966-004
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Face to Face
    Location: 40 LINDEMAN - PDS, TBD
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    TEAM District Facilitators (Fall 2022)   
    This is the annual fall meeting for TEAM District Facilitators. Representatives of the State Department of Education will meet virtually with District Facilitators from across the CES region to provide updates regarding the TEAM Program.
    Course # 243-23-299-009  
    Subjects # [TEAM]
    Begin Date: 09/27/2022
    Course # 243-23-299-009
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online
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    Date - 09/29/2022
     
    ADOS-2 Comprehensive (Introductory) Training - Fall 2022    (COPY)
    This 5 day workshop will provide a comprehensive training for new users of the ADOS-2. No prior training or experience with the ADOS-2 is expected. The training will be a combination of experiences provided fully online with a blend of asynchronous and live training sessions. It is expected that you have access to an ADOS-2 kit, manual, and a protocols for Modules 1, 2, 3, and 4. Manuals and protocols will not be provided to you for this session. Participants will complete all training activities in full, including asynchronous activities as well as attending 5 live half-day sessions (via zoom). Live (via zoom) sessions will provide an introduction to the ADOS-2 and opportunities to view administrations of the ADOS-2 and practice coding the ADOS-2. In between live sessions, participants are expected to complete activities including watching videos, reading the ADOS-2 manual, and practicing the administration of the ADOS-2 activities. In total, the full training is expected to include about 28.5 hours of time to complete these activities (not including reading the manual and practicing with the tasks and materials). Please note that 17.5 hours will be live (via zoom) sessions and an additional 11 hours of online asynchronous work is required as part of this training.Before registering, please read the full training information here (https://tinyurl.com/ADOS2academy2022) After registering, you will receive additional details about accessing the course materials.
    Course # 243-23-296-010  
    Subjects # [Assessment], [Autism Spectrum], [Special Education]
    Begin Date: 09/29/2022
    Course # 243-23-296-010
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Blended
    Location: C.E.S. OAKVIEW, Zoom Meeting
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    High-Level Questioning: Step Up Your Questioning Techniques    Presented by Liz Parmelee
    High-level questions can inspire higher-level thinking in young children. In this session, we’ll explore how you can step up your questioning techniques during play to help children s-t-r-e-t-c-h their critical thinking skills...and deepen their learning!
    Course # 243-23-296-006  
    Subjects # [Early Childhood]
    Begin Date: 09/29/2022
    Course # 243-23-296-006
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 10/04/2022
     
    TEAM Initial Support Training - Fall 2022    PRESENTER: Kasey Dunn
    This virtual training prepares individuals, who have been selected by their districts, to be mentors who will support beginning and student teachers. Training is based on Connecticut’s Common Core of Teaching (CCT), which articulates the foundational standards for all teachers in Connecticut and is linked by state law and regulations to requirements across a teacher’s career including educator preparation, induction, evaluation and professional learning. Participants will focus on coaching skills needed to help beginning teachers become reflective practitioners and learn how to provide support to new teachers through instructional modules. This virtual training includes approximately 2 days of learning over the course of: -Three 2-hour synchronous (live) learning sessions, -Asynchronous pre-work learning tasks that can be completed at your own pace prior to each synchronous (live) session. Participants must complete all parts of the virtual training to be qualified to serve in the role of mentor or cooperating teacher.
    Course # 243-23-299-002  
    Subjects # [Mentoring]
    Begin Date: 10/04/2022
    Course # 243-23-299-002
    Status: CLOSED
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 10/06/2022
     
    22-23 Curriculum Council (RESC Alliance)   
    Through the RESC Alliance Curriculum Council Leadership Meetings, Connecticut’s top educational leaders will continue to expand their administrator networks to improve teaching and learning outcomes for all. The meetings will also help to ensure a consistent understanding of CSDE and legislation expectations across all Connecticut regions and will include guest speakers from the CSDE or other professional organizations as aligned to meeting topics.

    Accessing the Zoom Meeting

    Some districts have IT restrictions and in a few cases, participants have had issues accessing Zoom meetings.

    Please try accessing the meeting with the choices below:

    1. Look for an email/Zoom invite from the instructor which contained the zoom link (if you didn’t download the calendar invite).

    2. Access through your Protraxx Account. Copy below link into browser and click Online Meetings (top ribbon).

    https://www.protraxx.com/Scripts/EzCatalogNY/ViewClass.aspx?ID=415283&CustomerID=180

    3. Create or use a personal Zoom account. Log into zoom.us.

    Please contact Tomei Rumas at rumast@cestrumbull.org for any assistance.
    Course # 243-23-267-001  
    Subjects # [Curriculum & Instruction]

    Begin Date: 10/06/2022
    Course # 243-23-267-001
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    ADOS-2 Module 2 Refresher - Fall 2022    (COPY)
    This training session will offer a refresher for Module 2of the ADOS-2, for individuals who have already completed the full comprehensive ADOS-2 training. The session will be a combination of opportunities provided fully online with a blend of asynchronous and live training opportunities. Research suggests that users of the ADOS-2 benefit from periodic practice and re-calibration of coding. Unless you are administering the ADOS-2 frequently (defined as several times per week), it is likely that your coding decisions will drift over time. Frequent ADOS-2 users and trainers calibrate often to maintain reliability with the coding process. The workshop will be presented in a blended learning model with didactic information offered via an online learning platform as well as live (remote via zoom) viewing of an ADOS-2 administration, time to complete your coding decisions, and a group review of the coding to compare with the individual that administered the ADOS-2 in the video.It is expected that you have access to an ADOS-2 kit, manual, and a Module 3 protocol. Prior to the live session, participants are expected to review information in the online course, retrieve the ADOS-2 Manual and protocol booklet, review the corresponding section of the manual, as well as review notes recorded during prior training sessions, and view 1-2 hours of video reviews of ADOS-2 tasks (as needed) and coding items (recommended).Before registering, please read the full training information here (https://tinyurl.com/ADOS2academy2022)After registering, you will receive additional details about accessing the course materials.
    Course # 243-23-296-012  
    Subjects # [Assessment], [Autism Spectrum], [Special Education]
    Begin Date: 10/06/2022
    Course # 243-23-296-012
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Zoom Meeting
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    Using CT ELDS in the Cycle of Intentional Teaching - Introduction    presented by Liz Parmelee
    Participants will:

    - Explore and Analyze the Guiding Principles

    - Understand the Essential Dispositions

    - Understand the purpose and features of the Connecticut ELDS

    - Connect Developmentally Appropriate Practice (DAP) standards to Planning

    - Recognize the components of curriculum as intentional, responsive and reflective

    Please bring a copy of the CT ELDS with you to this workshop.

    *Don't forget* you will access our Zoom meeting link like this: bit.ly/3C1s8dO
    Course # 243-23-966-001  
    Subjects # [Early Childhood]

    Begin Date: 10/06/2022
    Course # 243-23-966-001
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 10/12/2022
     
    Meaningful Curriculum-What is it? Why Does it Matter?    Presented by Liz Parmelee
    Develop a shared understanding of the components of meaningful curriculum? Compare and contrast these essential components with current curriculum approaches? Utilize the OEC Guide to Meaningful Curriculum as a self assessment
    Course # 243-23-289-001  
    Subjects # [Early Childhood]
    Begin Date: 10/12/2022
    Course # 243-23-289-001
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    AQIS General Monthly Study Group; Topic Area 2.G: Science   
    This session will focus NAEYC Topic Area 2.G: Science. We will discuss the “big ideas” of this topic area and analyze high quality practices related to creative arts for young children. The study group process will model a team approach for exploring the Standards and will provide participants with strategies to extend discussions to their own settings. Please bring a copy of the NAEYC Early Learning Program Accreditation Standards and Assessment Items with you to this training.
    Course # 243-23-296-007  
    Subjects # [Early Childhood]
    Begin Date: 10/12/2022
    Course # 243-23-296-007
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 10/13/2022
     
    Using the CT Core Knowledge and Competency Framework (CKCS) in Reflective Supervision    PM Sessions
    In this professional learning, early childhood directors and leaders will understand the characteristics of reflective supervision and strategies to engage in reflection with staff utilizing the CKCs. The sessions will explore the role of the CKCs in individual professional development plans and program professional development plans.
    Course # 243-22-267-007  
    Subjects # [Early Childhood]
    Begin Date: 10/13/2022
    Course # 243-22-267-007
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 10/21/2022
     
    ADOS-2 Practice Session - Modules 1 and 2 - Fall 2022   
    This training session will offer hands on practice with the materials and tasks of the ADOS-2. Participants will meet in a small group to review the expectations and directions for the tasks of Modules 1 and 2 of the ADOS-2. Activities will include review of task expectations, practicing with the ADOS-2 materials, role playing the task interactions, and small group and large group discussion of module 1 and 2 tasks and coding items. Participants must have completed a full ADOS-2 Comprehensive training. It is expected that you have access to an ADOS-2 kit, manual, and a Module 1 and 2 protocol. Please bring the manual and protocols to the training session. Prior to the session, participants are expected to review information in the online course, retrieve the ADOS-2 Manual and protocol booklet, review the corresponding sections of the manual, as well as review notes recorded during prior training sessions, and view 1-2 hours of video reviews of ADOS-2 tasks (as needed) and coding items (recommended).Before registering, please read the full training information here (https://tinyurl.com/ADOS2academy2022)After registering, you will receive additional details about accessing the course materials.
    Course # 243-23-059-001  
    Subjects # [Assessment], [Autism Spectrum]
    Begin Date: 10/21/2022
    Course # 243-23-059-001
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Face to Face
    Location: C.E.S. OAKVIEW
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    ADOS-2 Practice Session - Modules 3 and 4 - Fall 2022   
    This training session will offer hands on practice with the materials and tasks of the ADOS-2. Participants will meet in a small group to review the expectations and directions for the tasks of Modules 3 and 4 of the ADOS-2. Activities will include review of task expectations, practicing with the ADOS-2 materials, role playing the task interactions, and small group and large group discussion of module 3 and 4 tasks and coding items. Participants must have completed a full ADOS-2 Comprehensive training. It is expected that you have access to an ADOS-2 kit, manual, and a Module 3 and 4 protocol. Please bring the manual and protocols to the training session. Prior to the session, participants are expected to review information in the online course, retrieve the ADOS-2 Manual and protocol booklet, review the corresponding sections of the manual, as well as review notes recorded during prior training sessions, and view 1-2 hours of video reviews of ADOS-2 tasks (as needed) and coding items (recommended).Before registering, please read the full training information here (https://tinyurl.com/ADOS2academy2022)After registering, you will receive additional details about accessing the course materials.
    Course # 243-23-059-002  
    Subjects # [Assessment], [Autism Spectrum]
    Begin Date: 10/21/2022
    Course # 243-23-059-002
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Face to Face
    Location: C.E.S. OAKVIEW
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    Date - 10/24/2022
     
    Designing Learning to Empower, Honor & Engage ALL Students   

    Register as a school/district team for discounted pricing!

    Join educators from across Fairfield County and beyond for two full days of professional learning, networking, & instructional design training with award-winning author and field expert, Andratesha Fritzgerald!

    Learn more about how to practically apply Universal Design for Learning while naming and eliminating barriers for students and staff with the support of a recognized field expert.

    Attendees will participate in two full days of professional development focused on implementing research-based strategies and culturally responsive practices to help ensure all educators are able to meet students’ academic, social, emotional, and future-readiness needs, including instructional design strategies to accelerate learning without remediation or tracking. Additionally, the two-day workshop will allow educators a space to contemplate and respond to the academic, social, emotional, and mental health needs of all students, particularly those students disproportionately impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, including students from low-income families, students of color, English learners, and children with disabilities.
    Course # 243-23-296-008  
    Subjects # [Curriculum & Instruction], [Equity and Diversity]

    Begin Date: 10/24/2022
    Course # 243-23-296-008
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Face to Face
    Location: 40 LINDEMAN - PDS
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    Date - 10/25/2022
     
    “I Was Here First!”: Helping Children Resolve Conflict    Presented by Christina Lye
    One of the most challenging things in a classroom is when children are in conflict with each other. Things can quickly go from a mild disagreement to a full-blown meltdown! Teaching young children to resolve their problems peacefully will make for a more joyful classroom for children and teachers.Come join us as we explore why it is important for adults to support children navigate conflict and how adults can intentionally teach the steps of conflict resolution.
    Course # 243-23-296-001  
    Subjects # [Early Childhood]
    Begin Date: 10/25/2022
    Course # 243-23-296-001
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 10/27/2022
     
    ADOS-2 Module 3 Refresher - Fall 2022    (COPY)
    This training session will offer a refresher for Module 3 of the ADOS-2, for individuals who have already completed the full comprehensive ADOS-2 training. The session will be a combination of opportunities provided fully online with a blend of asynchronous and live training opportunities. Research suggests that users of the ADOS-2 benefit from periodic practice and re-calibration of coding. Unless you are administering the ADOS-2 frequently (defined as several times per week), it is likely that your coding decisions will drift over time. Frequent ADOS-2 users and trainers calibrate often to maintain reliability with the coding process. The workshop will be presented in a blended learning model with didactic information offered via an online learning platform as well as live (remote via zoom) viewing of an ADOS-2 administration, time to complete your coding decisions, and a group review of the coding to compare with the individual that administered the ADOS-2 in the video.It is expected that you have access to an ADOS-2 kit, manual, and a Module 3 protocol. Prior to the live session, participants are expected to review information in the online course, retrieve the ADOS-2 Manual and protocol booklet, review the corresponding section of the manual, as well as review notes recorded during prior training sessions, and view 1-2 hours of video reviews of ADOS-2 tasks (as needed) and coding items (recommended).Before registering, please read the full training information here (https://tinyurl.com/ADOS2academy2022)After registering, you will receive additional details about accessing the course materials.
    Course # 243-23-296-013  
    Subjects # [Assessment], [Autism Spectrum], [Special Education]
    Begin Date: 10/27/2022
    Course # 243-23-296-013
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Zoom Meeting
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    Date - 11/02/2022
     
    TEAM Initial Support Training - Fall 2022    PRESENTER: Kasey Dunn
    This virtual training prepares individuals, who have been selected by their districts, to be mentors who will support beginning and student teachers. Training is based on Connecticut’s Common Core of Teaching (CCT), which articulates the foundational standards for all teachers in Connecticut and is linked by state law and regulations to requirements across a teacher’s career including educator preparation, induction, evaluation and professional learning. Participants will focus on coaching skills needed to help beginning teachers become reflective practitioners and learn how to provide support to new teachers through instructional modules. This virtual training includes approximately 2 days of learning over the course of: -Three 2-hour synchronous (live) learning sessions, -Asynchronous pre-work learning tasks that can be completed at your own pace prior to each synchronous (live) session. Participants must complete all parts of the virtual training to be qualified to serve in the role of mentor or cooperating teacher.
    Course # 243-23-299-003  
    Subjects # [Mentoring]
    Begin Date: 11/02/2022
    Course # 243-23-299-003
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 11/09/2022
     
    AQIS General Monthly Study Group; Topic Area 2.L: Social Studies   
    This session will focus NAEYC Topic Area 2.L: Curriculum: Social Studies. We will discuss the “big ideas” of this topic area and analyze high quality practices related to language development as described by NAEYC. The study group process will model a team approach for exploring the Standards and will provide participants with strategies to extend discussions to their own settings. Please bring with you a copy of the NAEYC Early Learning Program Accreditation Standards and Assessment Items to this training.
    Course # 243-23-296-002  
    Subjects # [Early Childhood]
    Begin Date: 11/09/2022
    Course # 243-23-296-002
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 11/28/2022
     
    TEAM Initial Reviewer Training Fall 2022    Presented by Kasey Dunn
    Successful completion of the TEAM Initial Reviewer Training will enable participants to review TEAM reflection papers and projects to determine if there is sufficient evidence to successfully meet the TEAM module criteria. The training will consist of 3 two-hour facilitated online sessions and pre-work for each session.IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION: In order to successfully complete the training, participants must complete all pre-work and session activities in the order of presentation. That means that if participants are unable to complete any of the pre-work or sessions, they will have to finish the training by registering for and attending the missed sessions and completing the pre-work at another training. Therefore, it is important that participants only register for a training where they know that they will be able to attend each of the three sessions and complete the pre-work.
    Course # 243-23-299-004  
    Subjects # [Mentoring]
    Begin Date: 11/28/2022
    Course # 243-23-299-004
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 12/01/2022
     
    ADOS-2 Module 4 Refresher - Fall 2022    (COPY)
    This training session will offer a refresher for Module 4 of the ADOS-2, for individuals who have already completed the full comprehensive ADOS-2 training. The session will be a combination of opportunities provided fully online with a blend of asynchronous and live training opportunities. Research suggests that users of the ADOS-2 benefit from periodic practice and re-calibration of coding. Unless you are administering the ADOS-2 frequently (defined as several times per week), it is likely that your coding decisions will drift over time. Frequent ADOS-2 users and trainers calibrate often to maintain reliability with the coding process. The workshop will be presented in a blended learning model with didactic information offered via an online learning platform as well as live (remote via zoom) viewing of an ADOS-2 administration, time to complete your coding decisions, and a group review of the coding to compare with the individual that administered the ADOS-2 in the video.It is expected that you have access to an ADOS-2 kit, manual, and a Module 4 protocol. Prior to the live session, participants are expected to review information in the online course, retrieve the ADOS-2 Manual and protocol booklet, review the corresponding section of the manual, as well as review notes recorded during prior training sessions, and view 1-2 hours of video reviews of ADOS-2 tasks (as needed) and coding items (recommended).Before registering, please read the full training information here (https://tinyurl.com/ADOS2academy2022)After registering, you will receive additional details about accessing the course materials.
    Course # 243-23-296-014  
    Subjects # [Assessment], [Autism Spectrum], [Special Education]
    Begin Date: 12/01/2022
    Course # 243-23-296-014
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Zoom Meeting
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    Date - 02/28/2023
     
    TEAM Initial Reviewer Training Winter 2023    Presented by Kasey Dunn
    Successful completion of the TEAM Initial Reviewer Training will enable participants to review TEAM reflection papers and projects to determine if there is sufficient evidence to successfully meet the TEAM module criteria. The training will consist of 3 two-hour facilitated online sessions and pre-work for each session.IMPORTANT REGISTRATION INFORMATION: In order to successfully complete the training, participants must complete all pre-work and session activities in the order of presentation. That means that if participants are unable to complete any of the pre-work or sessions, they will have to finish the training by registering for and attending the missed sessions and completing the pre-work at another training. Therefore, it is important that participants only register for a training where they know that they will be able to attend each of the three sessions and complete the pre-work.
    Course # 243-23-299-005  
    Subjects # [Mentoring]
    Begin Date: 02/28/2023
    Course # 243-23-299-005
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 03/01/2023
     
    TEAM Initial Support Training - Spring 2023    PRESENTER: Kasey Dunn
    This virtual training prepares individuals, who have been selected by their districts, to be mentors who will support beginning and student teachers. Training is based on Connecticut’s Common Core of Teaching (CCT), which articulates the foundational standards for all teachers in Connecticut and is linked by state law and regulations to requirements across a teacher’s career including educator preparation, induction, evaluation and professional learning. Participants will focus on coaching skills needed to help beginning teachers become reflective practitioners and learn how to provide support to new teachers through instructional modules. This virtual training includes approximately 2 days of learning over the course of: -Three 2-hour synchronous (live) learning sessions, -Asynchronous pre-work learning tasks that can be completed at your own pace prior to each synchronous (live) session. Participants must complete all parts of the virtual training to be qualified to serve in the role of mentor or cooperating teacher.
    Course # 243-23-299-008  
    Subjects # [Mentoring]
    Begin Date: 03/01/2023
    Course # 243-23-299-008
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 04/04/2023
     
    TEAM Initial Support Training - Spring 2023    PRESENTER: Kasey Dunn
    This virtual training prepares individuals, who have been selected by their districts, to be mentors who will support beginning and student teachers. Training is based on Connecticut’s Common Core of Teaching (CCT), which articulates the foundational standards for all teachers in Connecticut and is linked by state law and regulations to requirements across a teacher’s career including educator preparation, induction, evaluation and professional learning. Participants will focus on coaching skills needed to help beginning teachers become reflective practitioners and learn how to provide support to new teachers through instructional modules. This virtual training includes approximately 2 days of learning over the course of: -Three 2-hour synchronous (live) learning sessions, -Asynchronous pre-work learning tasks that can be completed at your own pace prior to each synchronous (live) session. Participants must complete all parts of the virtual training to be qualified to serve in the role of mentor or cooperating teacher.
    Course # 243-23-299-006  
    Subjects # [Mentoring]
    Begin Date: 04/04/2023
    Course # 243-23-299-006
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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    Date - 05/17/2023
     
    TEAM Initial Support Training - Spring 2023    PRESENTER: Kasey Dunn
    This virtual training prepares individuals, who have been selected by their districts, to be mentors who will support beginning and student teachers. Training is based on Connecticut’s Common Core of Teaching (CCT), which articulates the foundational standards for all teachers in Connecticut and is linked by state law and regulations to requirements across a teacher’s career including educator preparation, induction, evaluation and professional learning. Participants will focus on coaching skills needed to help beginning teachers become reflective practitioners and learn how to provide support to new teachers through instructional modules. This virtual training includes approximately 2 days of learning over the course of: -Three 2-hour synchronous (live) learning sessions, -Asynchronous pre-work learning tasks that can be completed at your own pace prior to each synchronous (live) session. Participants must complete all parts of the virtual training to be qualified to serve in the role of mentor or cooperating teacher.
    Course # 243-23-299-007  
    Subjects # [Mentoring]
    Begin Date: 05/17/2023
    Course # 243-23-299-007
    Status: OPEN
    Type: Online
    Location: Online Virtual Meeting
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