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Date - 10/05/2022
 
Advanced Cognitive CoachingSM   
This seminar will immerse you in deeper learning about the principles and practices of Cognitive CoachingSM and prepare those wishing to become trainers for the next steps of their development. You will master concepts and skills from the Foundation Seminar® at a higher level of understanding and skill through rich practice and feedback experiences. You will learn a new map, the Calibrating Conversation for use with a set of standards for performance. Knowledge of the States of Mind and how to mediate for them will be emphasized. Your capacity to coach for cognitive shift will be enhanced.The experiences of this week will support any school leader in the coaching and supervision of teachers as well as developing skills which are applicable in the classroom and in one’s personal life.
Course # 740-23-740-007  
Subjects # [Coaching]
Begin Date: 10/05/2022
Course # 740-23-740-007
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Kathy Taft Center for Excellence and Leadership in Education
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Date - 10/18/2022
 
Unconscious Bias - Franklin Covey    Open Enrollment - Fall 2022
Every day, your people are faced with countless bits of information while making decisions that range from the pragmatic to the strategic. As they confront more and more information and have to act quickly while considering varying perspectives, your leaders and team members are primed to rely on biased thinking called unconscious bias.Unconscious biases are how our brains compensate for overload which can inhibit performance and lead to poor decision-making. Helping your leaders and team members address bias will let them thrive, increasing performance across your entire organization.
Course # 740-23-740-022  
Subjects # [Other]
Begin Date: 10/18/2022
Course # 740-23-740-022
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Kathy Taft Center for Excellence and Leadership in Education
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Date - 10/19/2022
 
Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI Initial Training) 2022-2023    (COPY)
This training is designed for any administrator and staff who are interactive with students in their building/classrooms that exhibit extreme behaviors. This training focuses on how to de-escalate the behavior before it becomes harmful. It also focuses on deescalating students who are in crisis through verbal and nonverbal techniques. CPI is a training directed towards a positive drive, and helps the staff learn the importance their attitude can affect responses to a crisis as well as how students in crisis respond to staff. Staff will learn what is natural, and what is appropriate which includes postvention and personal safety techniques such as learning how to block and deflect objects and how to release from grabs. There will be disengagement skills/personal safety skills taught as part of this course. CHILD RESTRAINTS will be optional. Estimated training time is 8 hours. Principals are responsible for substitutes if needed for you to attend this training.
Course # 740-23-740-031  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision], [Beginning Educator Programs], [Exceptional Children]
Begin Date: 10/19/2022
Course # 740-23-740-031
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Other (Not Listed)
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Crucial Conversations    Fall 2022
Crucial Conversations is a two-day course that gives participants communication skills designed to help with high-stakes crucial conversation moments.
Course # 740-23-740-067  
Subjects # [Collaboration, People Skills, and Team Work]
Begin Date: 10/19/2022
Course # 740-23-740-067
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Kathy Taft Center for Excellence and Leadership in Education
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Date - 10/20/2022
 
Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI Refresher Training) 2022-2023    (COPY)
This training is designed for any administrator and staff who are interactive with students in their building/classrooms that exhibit extreme behaviors. This training focuses on how to de-escalate the behavior before it becomes harmful. It also focuses on deescalating students who are in crisis through verbal and nonverbal techniques. CPI is a training directed towards a positive drive, and helps the staff learn the importance their attitude can affect responses to a crisis as well as how students in crisis respond to staff. Staff will learn what is natural, and what is appropriate which includes postvention and personal safety techniques such as learning how to block and deflect objects and how to release from grabs. There will be disengagement skills/personal safety skills taught as part of this course. CHILD RESTRAINTS will be optional. Estimated training time is 8 hours. Principals are responsible for substitutes if needed for you to attend this training.
Course # 740-23-740-032  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision], [Beginning Educator Programs], [Exceptional Children]
Begin Date: 10/20/2022
Course # 740-23-740-032
Status: OPEN
Type: Blended
Location: Other (Not Listed)
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Date - 10/24/2022
 
Harvesting Diversity    Fall 2022
This 2-day seminar will begin with unpacking and examining our own values and beliefs that may blind us to other perspectives. Participants will then move forward with the exploration and practice of explicit structures, strategies and tools to gracefully navigate difficult conversations.
Course # 740-23-740-019  
Subjects # [Other]
Begin Date: 10/24/2022
Course # 740-23-740-019
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Kathy Taft Center for Excellence and Leadership in Education
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Date - 01/11/2023
 
Designing & Delivering Engaging Presentations    Spring 2023 Cohort
Two day training offered for anyone in the district who provides professional learning training to others.
Course # 740-23-740-044  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision]
Begin Date: 01/11/2023
Course # 740-23-740-044
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Kathy Taft Center for Excellence and Leadership in Education
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Date - 01/31/2023
 
Unconscious Bias - Franklin Covey    Open Enrollment - Spring 2023
Every day, your people are faced with countless bits of information while making decisions that range from the pragmatic to the strategic. As they confront more and more information and have to act quickly while considering varying perspectives, your leaders and team members are primed to rely on biased thinking called unconscious bias.Unconscious biases are how our brains compensate for overload which can inhibit performance and lead to poor decision-making. Helping your leaders and team members address bias will let them thrive, increasing performance across your entire organization.
Course # 740-23-740-021  
Subjects # [Other]
Begin Date: 01/31/2023
Course # 740-23-740-021
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Kathy Taft Center for Excellence and Leadership in Education
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Date - 02/01/2023
 
Adaptive Schools Foundations    Spring 2023 Cohort (PLC Facilitators)
In the Adaptive Schools Foundations training participants learn the skills and develop the capacities to be effective collaborators. By applying the seven norms of collaboration and understanding the principals of adaptive systems, participants develop the skills necessary to effectively and efficiently have collaborative, supportive conversations, navigate conflict, and plan effective meetings.
Course # 740-23-740-039  
Subjects # [Collaboration, People Skills, and Team Work]
Begin Date: 02/01/2023
Course # 740-23-740-039
Status: OPEN
Type:
Location: Kathy Taft Center for Excellence and Leadership in Education
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Date - 02/08/2023
 
Cognitive CoachingSM Foundations Part I    2023 Spring Cohort
Participants will first learn the three foundational tools of coaching (pausing, paraphrasing, and asking mediative questions) and then apply those tools in the three basic coaching maps (Planning and Reflecting). They will also learn different ways to support individuals in 1:1 conversations, from coaching to collaborating to consulting with them them.
Course # 740-23-740-041  
Subjects # [Coaching]
Begin Date: 02/08/2023
Course # 740-23-740-041
Status: OPEN
Type:
Location: Kathy Taft Center for Excellence and Leadership in Education
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Date - 02/23/2023
 
Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI Refresher Training) 2022-2023    (COPY)
This training is designed for any administrator and staff who are interactive with students in their building/classrooms that exhibit extreme behaviors. This training focuses on how to de-escalate the behavior before it becomes harmful. It also focuses on deescalating students who are in crisis through verbal and nonverbal techniques. CPI is a training directed towards a positive drive, and helps the staff learn the importance their attitude can affect responses to a crisis as well as how students in crisis respond to staff. Staff will learn what is natural, and what is appropriate which includes postvention and personal safety techniques such as learning how to block and deflect objects and how to release from grabs. There will be disengagement skills/personal safety skills taught as part of this course. CHILD RESTRAINTS will be optional. Estimated training time is 8 hours. Principals are responsible for substitutes if needed for you to attend this training.
Course # 740-23-740-034  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision], [Beginning Educator Programs], [Exceptional Children]
Begin Date: 02/23/2023
Course # 740-23-740-034
Status: OPEN
Type: Blended
Location: Other (Not Listed)
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Date - 04/25/2023
 
Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI Initial Training) 2022-2023    (COPY)
This training is designed for any administrator and staff who are interactive with students in their building/classrooms that exhibit extreme behaviors. This training focuses on how to de-escalate the behavior before it becomes harmful. It also focuses on deescalating students who are in crisis through verbal and nonverbal techniques. CPI is a training directed towards a positive drive, and helps the staff learn the importance their attitude can affect responses to a crisis as well as how students in crisis respond to staff. Staff will learn what is natural, and what is appropriate which includes postvention and personal safety techniques such as learning how to block and deflect objects and how to release from grabs. There will be disengagement skills/personal safety skills taught as part of this course. CHILD RESTRAINTS will be optional. Estimated training time is 8 hours. Principals are responsible for substitutes if needed for you to attend this training.
Course # 740-23-740-035  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision], [Beginning Educator Programs], [Exceptional Children]
Begin Date: 04/25/2023
Course # 740-23-740-035
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Other (Not Listed)
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Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI Initial Training) 2022-2023 (COPY)    (COPY)
This training is designed for any administrator and staff who are interactive with students in their building/classrooms that exhibit extreme behaviors. This training focuses on how to de-escalate the behavior before it becomes harmful. It also focuses on deescalating students who are in crisis through verbal and nonverbal techniques. CPI is a training directed towards a positive drive, and helps the staff learn the importance their attitude can affect responses to a crisis as well as how students in crisis respond to staff. Staff will learn what is natural, and what is appropriate which includes postvention and personal safety techniques such as learning how to block and deflect objects and how to release from grabs. There will be disengagement skills/personal safety skills taught as part of this course. CHILD RESTRAINTS will be optional. Estimated training time is 8 hours. Principals are responsible for substitutes if needed for you to attend this training.
Course # 740-23-740-036  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision], [Beginning Educator Programs], [Exceptional Children]
Begin Date: 04/25/2023
Course # 740-23-740-036
Status: OPEN
Type: Face to Face
Location: Other (Not Listed)
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Date - 04/26/2023
 
Crisis Prevention Institute (CPI Refresher Training) 2022-2023    (COPY)
This training is designed for any administrator and staff who are interactive with students in their building/classrooms that exhibit extreme behaviors. This training focuses on how to de-escalate the behavior before it becomes harmful. It also focuses on deescalating students who are in crisis through verbal and nonverbal techniques. CPI is a training directed towards a positive drive, and helps the staff learn the importance their attitude can affect responses to a crisis as well as how students in crisis respond to staff. Staff will learn what is natural, and what is appropriate which includes postvention and personal safety techniques such as learning how to block and deflect objects and how to release from grabs. There will be disengagement skills/personal safety skills taught as part of this course. CHILD RESTRAINTS will be optional. Estimated training time is 8 hours. Principals are responsible for substitutes if needed for you to attend this training.
Course # 740-23-740-037  
Subjects # [Administration & Supervision], [Beginning Educator Programs], [Exceptional Children]
Begin Date: 04/26/2023
Course # 740-23-740-037
Status: OPEN
Type: Blended
Location: Other (Not Listed)
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