Special Education Data Compliance Meeting - 2019 Fall Count
Importance of Fall Count Accuracy
2019 Fall REP Update
4-5 Essential Instructional Practices
Please join us as we explore the Essential Instructional Practices in Literacy for Grades 4-5 and work to improve student achievement.
504 Legal Updates
504 Legal Updates
A Silent Crisis: Creating Safe and Supportive Schools for LGBTQ Students
Improve school climate and safety for youth especially those that identify as LGBTQ
Add+Vantage Math Recovery 1 (AVMR 1)
4-day course that includes dynamic, diagnostic,individual assessments in number words and numerals, structuring numbers and addition and subtraction.
Add+Vantage Math Recovery 2 (AVMR 2)
4-day course that includes dynamic, diagnostic, individual assessments in number words and numerals, structuring numbers and addition and subtraction strategies.
Adding Coding to your Physics or Physical Science Class (ICSAM Introduction)
Introduction to ICSAM (Integrating Computation in Science Across the Mitten)
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs)
Ages and Stages Questionnaire
AP 2019 Fall Hands On Workshop
Open to High School Principals and AP Coordinators
AP Calculus Network
AP Calculus Network Meetings
AVMR Differentiating Games
Teachers will select games from AV-MR Course 1 and 2 to differentiate the construct or level to meet the needs of all students in their classrooms.
AVMR Fractions Course
Add+VantageMR® Fractions: Math Recovery® Strategies for the Classroom explores the difficulties many students have making sense of fractions.
AVMR PLC Meetings
On-going support for teachers who have completed an AV-MR Course (Add+Vantage Math Recovery®).
Back to School Secretary Medication Training
This training will provide building secretaries with updated information required by law for student safety and well being.
This is meeting is for those who teach biology based classes. This includes honors biology, AP biology, anatomy and physiology, and forensics.
Building Numeracy through Mathematical Practices
Building Numeracy in Grades K – 5; 3 Day Series
Career Cruising 2.0 Workshop
Hands on training for Career Cruising
CDC Promoting Adolescent Health-Team Meetings
CDC Project Districts only
This workshop is for teachers who teach any aspect of Chemistry.
Cognitive Coaching℠ Foundations Seminar is designed for principals, assistant principals, instructional coaches, teacher leaders and others.
County-Wide Behavioral Health Collaborative
County-Wide Behavioral Health Collaborative
County-Wide Transition Committee Meeting
CPR/AED, First Aid Training
This course includes infant, child and adult and is targeted to school staff working with students
Presented by Brenda Noble, Teaching Strategies Consultant
Creative Curriculum Studies
Participants in this session will learn more about using studies in their classrooms.
CTE - Perkins Grant Workshop
Perkins 21 Grant Workshop
Day on the Job
Educators will spend a day with local employers, exploring industry trends and ways to connect classroom content to the work world and best business practices.
Developing Individual Reading Instruction Plans (IRIP) Plans for English Learners
Developing IRIP Plans for EL grades K-3
Differentiated Literacy Practices for EL (Grades 3-5)
Developing literacy practices for English Learners of higher proficiency, grades 3-5
Dr. Hendershott - Trauma Sensitivity
This training is exclusively offered to Genesee & Lapeer County CSI, Partnership, ATS, and TSI school staff and Administrators ONLY through the Regional Assistance Grant.
Echoes and Reflections: Teaching the Holocaust & Genocides - Level I
This is Level I training being offered in cooperation with the Holocaust Memorial Center. Echoes & Reflections empowers middle and high school educators with dynamic classroom materials and professional development.
Echoes and Reflections: Teaching the Holocaust & Genocides - Level II
This is Level II training being offered in cooperation with the Holocaust Memorial Center.
Elementary Math Leaders Group
Elementary Mathematics Leadership meetings provide networking opportunities to teachers who serve as representatives of their district.
Elementary School Science Leaders Meeting
Science Leader meeting geared toward science teachers at the elementary level.
Elementary Social Studies Teacher Leaders (K-5)
Elementary teachers who are passionate about teaching students and advancing Social Studies Education are invited to attend.
English Learner (EL) Friendly Classroom Practices
Research-Based best practices to implement with English Learners
Intro to Leadership - Everyone is a leader!
Coloring Techniques, Rubbings, Crayon Resist
Oil Pastels, Water-Soluble Crayons, Markers
Focus Day - Active Engagement
Active Engagement is a term to describe any time students are interacting with the curriculum and focusing on instruction.
Focus Day - FBA/BIP Training
School teams complete a Functional Behavioral Assessment (FBA) to identify the function of difficult student behavior.
Focus Day - Tier 2 Training
Tier 2 teams provide intervention for students identified as at-risk for more severe problem behavior.
Foundations of Working with English Learners
The basics of beginning to work with English Learners in the classroom
Mandatory, one-day training for GECS employees.
Genesee County Counselors Meeting 2019-2020
Open to all school counselors in Genesee County.
GISD Employee Mandatory Trainings
GISD Website Platform Training
Training for individuals who will edit the GISD Website
Google Chrome Tips & Tricks
Training on Google Chrome
GSRP CPR Class
This is for Great Start Readiness Program staff only.
Guided Math (K-5)
At this one-day session, participants will be introduced to Guided Math and the teaching practices that support Guided Math, including how to use formative assessment to guide mini-lessons and station activities.
Healthy, Safe, Engaged, Supported, Challenged!
Five words which describe what we want for every child.
HIV Certification Training
Qualified teachers completing this HIV Certification course will meet the state requirement of receiving training in HIV and AIDS education
Hollywood or History? Engaging Students With US History
The use of film can serve as a powerful tool in the social studies classroom and foster critical thinking and civic mindedness.
Installing the Formative Assessment Process
This professional learning series is derived from and supports the Formative Assessment for Michigan Educators (FAME) project.