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Date - 03/10/2021

  Adaptive Schools Foundations
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.
Location: Kathy Taft Center for Excellence and Leadership in Education
Sub Title: 20-21 AS Cohort
Course # 740-20-740-240
Status: OPEN
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03/10/2021
  Initial Crisis Prevention Training
This training is designed for any teachers / administrators with students in their buildings / classrooms that exhibit extreme behaviors. It focuses on how to de-escalate the behavior BEFORE it becomes harmful. The training focuses on deescalating students who are in crisis through verbal and nonverbal techniques. CPI is a training that focuses on a positive drive, and helps the staff to learn and understand that it's our "attitude" that effects how we respond to a crisis as well as how students in crisis responds to staff. Staff will learn what is natural, and what is appropriate.(Includes, postvention & personal safety techniques such as learning how to block & deflect objects & 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 12 hrs. Principals will be responsible for substitutes if needed for you to attend this training.
Location: Virtual Zoom Meeting
Sub Title: Initial Training for Crisis Prevention Institute
Course # 740-21-740-086
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
03/10/2021

Date - 03/31/2021

  Math, ELA, and Science, Oh My!: Cross-Curricular Planning for K-5 Teachers
In this session, teachers will learn the benefits of planning integrated instruction as well as some strategies for incorporating literacy into science and math. Teachers will then plan an integrated Learning Focused lesson, carry out the instruction, and then reflect on the process.
Location: Online in Canvas, Virtual Zoom Meeting
Sub Title: Math, ELA, and Science, Oh My!: Cross-Curricular Planning for K-5 Teachers
Course # 740-21-740-119
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
03/31/2021

Date - 04/14/2021

  Initial Crisis Prevention Training (COPY2)
This training is designed for any teachers / administrators with students in their buildings / classrooms that exhibit extreme behaviors. It focuses on how to de-escalate the behavior BEFORE it becomes harmful. The training focuses on deescalating students who are in crisis through verbal and nonverbal techniques. CPI is a training that focuses on a positive drive, and helps the staff to learn and understand that it's our "attitude" that effects how we respond to a crisis as well as how students in crisis responds to staff. Staff will learn what is natural, and what is appropriate.(Includes, postvention & personal safety techniques such as learning how to block & deflect objects & 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 12 hrs. Principals will be responsible for substitutes if needed for you to attend this training.
Location: Virtual Zoom Meeting
Sub Title: Initial Training for Crisis Prevention Institute (COPY)
Course # 740-21-740-090
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
04/14/2021

Date - 05/05/2021

  Initial Crisis Prevention Training (COPY3)
This training is designed for any teachers / administrators with students in their buildings / classrooms that exhibit extreme behaviors. It focuses on how to de-escalate the behavior BEFORE it becomes harmful. The training focuses on deescalating students who are in crisis through verbal and nonverbal techniques. CPI is a training that focuses on a positive drive, and helps the staff to learn and understand that it's our "attitude" that effects how we respond to a crisis as well as how students in crisis responds to staff. Staff will learn what is natural, and what is appropriate.(Includes, postvention & personal safety techniques such as learning how to block & deflect objects & 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 12 hrs. Principals will be responsible for substitutes if needed for you to attend this training.
Location: Virtual Zoom Meeting
Sub Title: Initial Training for Crisis Prevention Institute (COPY)
Course # 740-21-740-091
Status: OPEN
Type: Online
05/05/2021