Upcoming Professional Development Opportunities


Event Datesort icon Title Summary Remaining Seats
8/23/2017 Acellus Training The course is designed for teachers who will be using Acellus with students. For additional information, please contact Chris Bettineski at 541-966-3195 or chris.bettineski@imesd.k12.or.us
9/7/2017 Lewis Clark Admin License Info Session Lewis & Clark College Graduate School of Education will have an Info Session for fall 2017 programs for Administrative Licenses and Doctorate program.
9/22/2017 Building Educator Assessment Literacy - BEAL Building Educator Assessment Literacy - BEAL is a focus on understanding the role of formative assessment in the classroom, specifically the power of the performace task assessment as a formative measurement tool. Registration will open in the fall with more information coming soon! Save the date!
9/26/2017 Functional Routines/Discrete Trial Training Workshop This workshop is designed for secondary staff intending to implement evidence-based strategies through the use of the Links Curriculum or the FACTER Curriculum with students who have autism and other developmental disabilities.
9/28/2017 Preschool/Elementary Evidence-based Practices Workshop This two-day comprehensive workshop is designed for preschool and elementary school staff intending to implement evidence-based practices using the STAR curriculum with students.
10/10/2017 ODE – ESSA Federal Programs Regional Trainings for 2017 Training Description: A team of ODE staff leading federal programs will facilitate work sessions for district teams to learn about the requirements of federal programs and changes under ESSA, with a focus on Title IA and Title III.
10/11/2017 ODE – ESSA Federal Programs Regional Trainings for 2017 Training Description: A team of ODE staff leading federal programs will facilitate work sessions for district teams to learn about the requirements of federal programs and changes under ESSA, with a focus on Title IA and Title III.
11/8/2017 ODE – ESSA Federal Programs Regional Trainings for 2017 Training Description: A team of ODE staff leading federal programs will facilitate work sessions for district teams to learn about the requirements of federal programs and changes under ESSA, with a focus on Title IA and Title III.
11/9/2017 ODE – ESSA Federal Programs Regional Trainings for 2017 Training Description: A team of ODE staff leading federal programs will facilitate work sessions for district teams to learn about the requirements of federal programs and changes under ESSA, with a focus on Title IA and Title III.

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