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Feb 27

3:30pm

CCRS ELA 101 Instructional Shifts, Text Complexity, & Vocabulary

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Sep 18

3:30pm

NGSS Curriculum Consortium-Launch Session - Grade 3 ($75/Launch Date - 9/18, 11/1, 3/6/2018, 3/15/18): On-going Registration! Each session focuses on a single unit.

To aid in NGSS unit implementation of these new units and pedagogical approaches to science instruction, CREC is offering unit launch sessions. These sessions occur after school hours and provide teachers with a hands-on approach to understanding the unit phenomenon, storyline, content, and instructional practices required for successful implementation. NOTE: Each session focuses on a single unit.

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Feb 22

2:00pm

Webinar - Learn More About CREC’s NGSS Curriculum

District Administrators, Assistant Superintendent, STEM Directors, Science Department Chairs and Teachers that want to learn more about CREC’s NGSS Curriculum and science services can participate in an open forum style webinar. Dr. Jaime Rechenberg, will be featured on the webinar conversation. She will showcase the NGSS curricular units (development, structure, and timeline), assessments for each unit, and launches that include a review of the unit prior to teaching the unit. CREC’s work on the NGSS is timely given CSDE’s timeline for assessing students on the NGSS. The Cost of unit acquisition, as wells as Q&A will be embedded in the conversation.

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Feb 23

1:00pm

Math Council Meeting

CREC’s Mathematics Council provides new thinking about mathematics instruction for K-12 math teachers, coaches, and district leaders in an open forum type setting. Monthly agenda topics are determined by district participants in order to serve the group’s needs.

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Feb 26

8:30am

Trauma-Informed Schools - Early Childhood Education

The workshop will provide an overview of the components of a trauma-informed school, beginning with the fundamentals of what trauma is, and how it impacts student learning and behavior.

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Feb 27

8:30am

Meaningful Instruction: Using Bloom's Taxonomy for English Learners in the General Education Classroom

The workshop will support educators who are working with or have a large ELL population at their school or district with assisting ELs with meaningful instruction that utilizes higher-order thinking skills. Teachers who attend this workshop may be looking for ways to support ELL students in participating more in the regular education classroom. The session will give educators various ways to build academic discourse and provide engaging activities that motivate students in the learning process.

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Feb 28

9:00am

Social Emotional Learning through Yoga and Mindfulness

The Collaborative for Academic, Social, and Emotional Learning (CASEL) identifies self-awareness and self-management as two important competencies on the Social and Emotional Learning “wheel”. But how can we teach these important skills? Mindfulness - awareness of the present moment with acceptance -and yoga – mindful movement - can help students become aware of and understand their emotions, thoughts, and bodily sensations. This can have a positive impact on behavior, stress levels, relationships and the ability to focus and concentrate.

In this workshop participants will:

  • Discuss how integrating yoga and mindfulness aligns with CASEL’s Social and Emotional Learning competencies
  • Review case studies and research supporting this work
  • Learn basic yoga and mindfulness techniques appropriate for a school/classroom environment
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    Feb 28

    8:30am

    Early Childhood Assessment Training

    Comprehensive and meaningful assessment in early childhood requires training and specialized experience in understanding family dynamics, culture, and child development. Also required is knowledge of assessment tools, techniques, and early childhood curricula to prevent detrimental decisions that results from misinterpretation of assessment data.

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    Feb 28

    9:00am

    CREC Minority Teacher Consortium - 2/28/2018

    CREC's Minority Teacher Consortium is a learning collective which will meet throughout the 2017-2018 school year. Discussions planned include, but not limited to: Affinity Groups, High School Recruitment, and the Recruitment Fair. Other topics will be determined based on participant interests.

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    Feb 28

    8:30am

    If You’re Reading This It’s Not Too Late: Management, Routines, and Resources that Build Independence in Reading Workshop

    The workshop will support educators who are new to Reading Workshop and those that would like additional ideas to enhance their practice, with resources and tools to improve student independence during independent reading time. The session will give educators various ways to manage their Reading Workshop for grades 3-6 who may be using Teachers College Reading and Writing Project kits in their districts or classrooms. Participants will experience ways to improve their Reading Workshop by reviewing resources and engaging in dialogue with colleagues who have reading workshops up and running in their classrooms. The workshop will cover topics such as building a classroom library, getting students to read, room set-up, building reading partnerships and clubs, writing about reading routines, and looking at if-then scenarios common in a Reading Workshop.

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    Mar 1

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Mar 1

    8:30am

    NGSS Curriculum Consortium-Assessment Writing - Grade 9

    Assessment of the three dimensions of the Next Generation Science Standards is a critical component of implementation. As a part of the consortium's work, we will be offering assessment development sessions. These sessions will help districts develop a process of assessment to measure student progress towards the NGSS performance expectations. While the current units contain activities and summative work related to anchor phenomenon, data collection relative to each performance expectation is not present. This cohort of participants will develop an assessment process, including formative and summative components, to assess student achievement in relation to the three dimensions of the NGSS. Participation in these development sessions is $300 per person; THE SAME PERSON MUST ATTEND BOTH DATES.

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    Mar 2

    9:00am

    21st CCLC Networking 2nd Mandatory Meeting

    The CT State Department of Education in collaboration with the CT Department of Public Health will present an overview for 21st Century Community Learning Centers that addresses health and wellness in after school programming. Participants at this event will learn national and state guidelines for meeting the health and safety of student participants and the requirements for aligning school day health services with after school programs. Presenters will share best practices for implementing components of nutrition and physical activity into program offerings and curricula.

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    Mar 2

    1:00pm

    Language Arts Council Meeting

    CREC’s Language Arts Council provides Language Arts teachers in the CREC region monthly opportunities to share best practices and engage in new thinking about literacy instruction. Kindergarten to grade 12 Language Arts educators including teachers, literacy coaches, literacy coordinators, directors and department heads are encouraged to attend the monthly meetings. Input from participants regarding topic selections will be encouraged in order to best meet the needs of the council membership.

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    Mar 5

    4:00pm

    CREC CCSU MS in Teacher Leadership: LEA-Based Cohort Model / Information Session

    Information session designed to share program information with interested educational leaders. The master's degree in Teacher Leadership is a 30-credit program designed to prepare educational leaders who are capable of implementing innovative instructional approaches and enhancing the effectiveness of their organizations. The program is primarily focused on capacity-building for early-career teachers. The central mission of the program is the development of skills in teacher collaboration, instructional coaching and curriculum development for diverse learners across the PK-12 spectrum.

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    Mar 6

    8:30pm

    The Choices Approach: Engaging Students in Inquiry and Discussion About International Issues

    This professional learning opportunity coaches teachers on how to use the Choices program to promote inquiry and student discourse in the classroom. The Choices materials incorporate the latest scholarship from Brown University and beyond to draw connections between historical events and contemporary international issues. In each unit, a central activity challenges students to consider multiple viewpoints on a contested issue. Students examine the historical, cultural, and political background of the issue to prepare a coherent presentation. Follow-up discussion demands analysis, and evaluation of conflicting values, interests, and priorities. Ultimately, students are expected to formulate persuasive arguments and express their own views. Additionally, this workshop will make connections to the Inquiry Arc, as described in the new CT Social Studies Frameworks. Units will include: The Middle East, Questions for US Policy & The Challenge of Nuclear Weapons.

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    Mar 6

    8:30am

    Why Personalized Learning Matters?

    The workshop will look at why personalized learning matters during this new era for learners in a contemporary school. Participants will learn the characteristics of personalized learning and how it compares and contrasts with other instructional approaches or methods. Time will be spent with colleagues to aid in understanding what personalized learning looks like in the classroom. Finally, participants will begin to develop a strategy for implementing personalized learning in their schools, classrooms or districts.

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    Mar 7

    9:00am

    21C CAYEN Data Training

    CAYEN Data Training Session - Are you a new grantee, a new hire or changing roles in your after school program?The new user trainings will provide:

  • An introduction to the AS21 system
  • Specific instruction on how to set up your site
  • Interactive, step by step instructions on registering students, creating activities, building rosters, taking attendance and running reports.

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    Mar 7

    1:00pm

    Early Childhood Council Meeting

    Early Childhood educators in CREC districts meet monthly to share best practices and engage in new thinking about instruction. Pre-K to grade 12 Early Childhood educators are encouraged to attend monthly meetings. Topics and speaker lists are developed by the group.

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    Mar 8

    1:30pm

    CCS Program Facilitator Meeting

    This meeting of Program Facilitators provides continued support in the implementation of the CCS system and overall program improvement. This includes gathering information and assessing needs of local districts regarding professional development and implementation of state and federal initiatives. The session is free to Adult Education (AE) programs who receive funds from the Bureau of Adult Education. If you are not currently working with an AE program, there is a charge of $50/ ½ day session or $100/full day session; billed after completion of the workshop.

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    Mar 8

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Mar 8

    9:00am

    Monthly ConnECT Meeting - 2017 - 2018

    Regular scheduled meeting of Technology leaders from CREC districts held at our Central Office. Administrators and teachers welcome to attend as well.

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    Mar 8

    8:30pm

    Standards Informed IEPs: Making Connections Series

    This Workshop will support early childhood special education personnel to learn how the CT Early Learning and Development Standards (CT ELDS) can be used to guide the development of IEP goals and objectives. The training will emphasize the importance of developing participatory, activity based goals and objectives. Participants will be provided an opportunity to plan the effective implementation of the IEP reflecting the CT ELDS.Part 1: The Assessment Process and Writing the Present Level of Academic Achievement and Functional Performance (PLAAFP). Part 2: Writing Functional, Activity Based, and Participatory IEP Goals and Objectives and IEP Implementation.

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    Mar 8

    8:30am

    TEAM Mentor Initial Support Training

    This three-day training for prospective mentors and cooperating teachers is available for individuals selected by the district to serve. The training engages participants in the TEAM module process and how to guide beginning teachers through successful completion of the five mentoring modules. In addition, participants are prepared to host a student teacher while developing effective coaching strategies.

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    Mar 9

    9:30am

    CCS Program Facilitator Meeting

    This meeting of Program Facilitators provides continued support in the implementation of the CCS system and overall program improvement. This includes gathering information and assessing needs of local districts regarding professional development and implementation of state and federal initiatives. The session is free to Adult Education (AE) programs who receive funds from the Bureau of Adult Education. If you are not currently working with an AE program, there is a charge of $50/ ½ day session or $100/full day session; billed after completion of the workshop.

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    Mar 12

    1:00pm

    CCRS Math 202: Lesson Development Workshop

    Prerequisite: Certificate of completion for CCRS Math 100sProviding our students with high-quality resources and instruction aides their development of deep understanding and transferable knowledge. During this session, we will build our capacity to identify materials and create lessons aligned to the College and Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) in Mathematics. After determining our lesson purpose, we will work in teams to create lessons aligned to the CCRS. Please bring your copy of the standards, the over-sized overview document from the 100 level sessions, a laptop with Wi-Fi capability, and any “lesson sparks” you would like to reference (activity and lesson idea; an interesting image, graph or news piece; etc.). SNOW DAY March 14, 2018. If you are not currently working with an AE program, there is a charge of $50/ ½ day session or $100/full day session; billed after completion of the workshop

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    Mar 12

    8:30am

    Building and Designing Integrated College and Career Pathway Systems

    This no cost professional learning opportunity is open to high school teams desiring to implement a pathways approach in Career and Technical Education. Suggested team composition includes 1-2 CTE teachers, a building level leader, and a central office level leader. Registration is limited to 15 district teams with 4 members (on a first-come, first-served basis)who commit to attending both sessions and completing a preliminary action plan for implementation.

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    Mar 12

    4:30pm

    TEAM Module 5 for CREC Beginning Teachers

    Module 5 will introduce beginning CREC teachers to the Codeof Professional Responsibility for Educators, and it is designed to educate and raise awareness about the multitude of ethical and professional dilemmas that educators face today. As you participate in facilitated conversations at module 5, you will have the opportunity to:• Share multiple perspectives• Learn from other participants• Examine consequences of actions• Discuss strategies to assure more positive outcomesand to foster professional growth. Light refreshments will be provided. There is no cost for this workshop,and registration is required.

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    Mar 13

    4:00pm

    CCRS ELA 101 Instructional Shifts, Text Complexity, & Vocabulary

    Adult Education Teacher only. CCRS for Adult Ed. are a set of college and career readiness standards that reflect the content most relevant to preparing adult students for success in colleges, training programs, work and citizenship. Participants will investigate the standards and review the key Instructional Shifts identified in the areas of ELA. The importance of choosing texts of appropriate complexity and teaching academic vocabulary will be discussed. Activities will encourage a deeper understanding of how to use standards when planning lessons in all content areas. If you are not currently working with an AE program, there is a charge of $50/ ½ day session or $100/full day session; billed after completion of the workshop.

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    Mar 13

    9:00am

    PBIS New School Information Session

    PBIS provides an organizational approach or framework for improving the social behavior climate of the schools and supporting the impact of academic instruction on achievement and increasing proactive management.

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    Mar 13

    8:00am

    A recipe for Success . . . How to Make STEM More Yummy!

    Do your K-5 students struggle with real-world problem solving? Do you have a hard time fitting science and STEM into your day? We will focus on the main ingredients to make quality STEM lessons more enjoyable and delicious. In this fast-paced half-day workshop, you will get elbow deep in engineering challenges for Grades PreK- 5. Experience activities from earth, life, and physical science. It can be difficult to develop all three science domains, plus math and literacy into engaging testable engineering challenges. In this workshop you will learn how this can be accomplished. Participants will engage in hands-on activities and use models to investigate the effectiveness of different designs. After collecting and analyzing data, participants will use the data to plan and build a prototype while staying within certain criteria and constraints. Participants will then compare designs and results and make claims about the success of each design solutions.

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    Mar 14

    8:30am

    Career Pathways Leadership Certification Workshop

    This free two-day workshop, presented by the National Career Pathways Network (NCPN) , will provide tools and resources that will assist districts in implementing Career Pathways, including Academic Achievement, Secondary and Post-secondary Career Pathways,Career Planning, Professional Development, the Need for Partnerships, Program Design and Delivery, and Sector Identification and Employer Engagement. Registration is limited to 2 representatives from each Community College and 2 representatives from their partnering high schools.

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    Mar 14

    5:00pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Test Preparation Class

    CREC is now offering 2-hour test preparation classes for individuals who need to take the ETS ParaPro Assessment. As an official testing site, we are committed to providing services that will help you prepare for, and ultimately pass the test.

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    Mar 14

    8:00am

    Supporting Executive Functioning Development in Early Childhood Education

    This workshop will review what we know about executive functioning skills and the impact this set of skills has on learning. Assessment tools will be presented to help teachers quickly identify specific areas of weaknesses that are impacting students in their classroom. Finally, classroom-wide strategies and individualized interventions will be discussed for supporting weaknesses in executive functioning skills and promoting the development of these abilities.

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    Mar 14

    9:00am

    21st CCLC After School Middle and High School Programs Meeting

    After school programs for Middle and High schools have unique strengths and challenges. We invite you to explore ways to maximize on these strengths and draw from the knowledge of professionals in the field to address the challenges. These optional meetings are offered for 21st Century Community Learning Centers (21stCCLC) and state funded After School Program professionals working with middle and high school students.Main Topic for this Meeting: Girls Rock!But too often they are invisible, over-generalized or placed in narrow boxes. This upcoming Middle/High School meeting will help us examine how we address the vast needs of girls in our afterschool programs. With a critical lens we will ask ourselves how our own ideas of culture and femininity clash with how young ladies experience us and our helping efforts. Be prepared to discuss some of the following questions:•How do I currently build trust with the girls and young women, particularly girls of color, in my program?•How does my program support girls’ processes of self-discovery and validation?•Do my ideas or values about what it means to be a woman in any way interfere with my ability to build strong relationships with girls in my program?

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    Mar 15

    1:00pm

    CCS Program Facilitator Meeting

    This meeting of Program Facilitators provides continued support in the implementation of the CCS system and overall program improvement. This includes gathering information and assessing needs of local districts regarding professional development and implementation of state and federal initiatives. The session is free to Adult Education (AE) programs who receive funds from the Bureau of Adult Education. If you are not currently working with an AE program, there is a charge of $50/ ½ day session or $100/full day session; billed after completion of the workshop.

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    Mar 15

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Mar 15

    1:00pm

    Social Studies Council Meeting

    CREC region social studies teachers and district coordinators are invited to attend monthly council meetings to share best practices, engage in new thinking about social studies instruction, and proactively respond to the instructional shifts demanded by the Connecticut Elementary and Secondary Social Studies Frameworks, Connecticut Core Standards, the SAT and Smarter Balanced Assessments. In addition, input from participants regarding additional topic selections will be encouraged in order to best meet the needs of the council membership.

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    Mar 16

    8:30am

    CREC Coaches Council

    Instructional Coaches in the CREC region are invited to attend monthly council meetings to share best practices and engage in new thinking about coaching. Monthly topics will be determined based on participant interests.

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    Mar 16

    8:30am

    Giving More Life to Your Reading and Writing Conferences

    The workshop will support educators who have a Reading and Writing Workshop up and running in their classrooms who want support, or wish to enhance their practice with conferring. The workshop will provide participants with resources and tools to improve their reading and writing conferences and build independence amongst their student readers and writers. The session will give educators various ways to confer and discuss what other students are doing when the teacher is leading conferences. The workshop will cover topics such as: conferring structures, types of conferences, planning for conferring, and assessing student readers and writers. Participants will role-play conference scenarios with colleagues and make conferring decisions by looking at student work.

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    Mar 19

    8:30am

    Executive Function Skills

    Executive function and self-regulation skills are the mental processes that enable us to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully. The brain needs this skill set to filter distractions, prioritize tasks, set and achieve goals, and control impulses. These skills are crucial for learning and development. This workshop will describe each executive function and its connection to learning.

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    Mar 20

    9:00am

    Creating PowerSchool Object Reports Using VisualPST

    Come and explore expanded reporting options using PowerSchool’s Object Reports. VisualPST is a visual editor for creating object reports that greatly simplifies the process of building reports. In this workshop we will look at how to use the editor, layout a report and insert data tags in order to pull the data needed

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    Mar 21

    8:00am

    Open Choice Leadership Institute

    This three day, interactive workshop is designed for administrators and educators who educate students enrolled in their suburban school districts via the Harford Region Open Choice program. This professional learning opportunity is designed to be attended by school district teams.•Learn about the role implicit bias plays in educator expectations of black and brown student performance and behavior, along with strategies to counteract implicit bias •Work as a team to identify institutional challenges negatively impacting students of color, select a goal or two within your school/district improvement plan and develop an action strategy. •Learn about restorative justice, including strategies that shift the focus of discipline from punishment to learning •Identify the values, behaviors, policies, and practices within your schools and which stage they reflect within the cultural proficiency continuum •Discuss racial equity within schools and existing barriers at the individual, institutional and systemic levels, as well as strategies to address them•Hartford parent panel discusses their experiences and that of their children within suburban school districts •Learn more about the Open Choice program and resources available to your district•Network with educators from other suburban school districts and generate strategies to address the opportunity gap

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    Mar 23

    9:00am

    Understanding the Fractions Progression in the Connecticut Core

    Come join with colleagues from the Greater Hartford region for an in-depth look at the Connecticut Core Standards for Mathematics Fraction progressions. In this full-day session, participants will learn exactly what is expected by grade level, as well as how it all fits together across the progression. This workshop will include time to plan lessons and create resources for immediate use in your classroom.

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    Mar 27

    8:30am

    Chronic Absenteeism

    This workshop provides participants with learning opportunities in proactive strategies, early identification, and intervention to prevent drop out and promote school completion. A variety of student engagement and re-engagement strategies for attendance and adjustment issues will be examined. Techniques for meeting at-risk students’ post-secondary needs through transition planning and programming will also be covered.

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    Mar 27

    8:30am

    Building Math Rigor -Focus on Problem Solving and Reasoning

    Two critical areas our students need to develop are their ability to solve multi-step math word problems and their ability to reason about mathematics. This workshop will present several strategies, easily replicated by a classroom instructor. Participants will engage in several activities that will move their students towards improved problem solving and reasoning. See these activities today – do them tomorrow with your students!

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    Mar 28

    12:00am

    Medical Careers Workshop

    This half-day workshop will focus on current topics of interest to educators in the health sciences field. We will address the challenges of non-traditional recruitment, updates to Health Career Pathways,as well as HOSA and DPH updates. This is a unique opportunity for educators to share best practices and network.

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    Mar 28

    8:30am

    Mindfulness Council - Connecting to Ourselves to Connect with Others

    In each interaction with children, we are teaching, modeling and wiring their brains for social and emotional competence. So how can we bring our best self to these interactions and apply mindfulness in our relationships? In this session we will explore ways to practice mindful pausing in the midst of our busy days; to step back, connect to our center, gain perspective on our thoughts and feelings, and interact intentionally. With this connection to ourselves, we will then consider how mindfulness can support us to understand and connect most effectively with students. Through a series of practical, experiential exercises, we will explore how mindfulness can be applied in the school setting to cultivate more calm, connected, and effective relationships.

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    Mar 29

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Mar 29

    9:00am

    21C CAYEN Data Training

    CAYEN Data Training Session - Are you a new grantee, a new hire or changing roles in your after school program?The new user trainings will provide:

  • An introduction to the AS21 system
  • Specific instruction on how to set up your site
  • Interactive, step by step instructions on registering students, creating activities, building rosters, taking attendance and running reports.

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    Mar 29

    8:00am

    Curriculum Council Meeting - 3/29/17

    Regular scheduled meeting of Directors of Curriculum, Assistant Superintendents and Instructional Leaders

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    Apr 2

    8:30am

    Yoga 4 Classrooms

    Yoga 4 Classrooms is an evidence-based, low-cost, simple, effective and sustainable tool designed for classrooms, which facilitates students’ physical, mental, emotional and social personal growth. A classroom-appropriate mix of yoga-based motor breaks, brain boosting movements, breath exercises, visualizations, mindfulness activities, creative movement and community-building games will be shared. Teachers who implement Yoga 4 Classrooms(R) traditionally report that taking as little as 30 seconds to 5 minutes to practice these simple tools throughout the day helps their class community learn to self-regulate, leading to a more positive, peaceful, productive school day, not to mention happier, more resilient students. NO PRIOR YOGA EXPERIENCE OR YOGA MATS ARE REQUIRED! Please contact Emily Rosen at erosen@crec.org or 860-509-3610 for more information.

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    Apr 3

    9:00am

    CCRS ELA 201 Resource Alignment

    Checking for resource alignment ensures that instructors will not simply teach what the current curriculum focuses on, but rather provide instruction centered on what the College & Career Readiness Standards (CCRS) demand. Learning how to evaluate resources builds instructors capacity to align their teaching to CCR standards. The process of identifying and filling the gaps in current curricula also provides instructors with readily available resources aligned to CCR standards. During this session, participants will utilize the tools provided to evaluate resources and revise resource lessons. Please bring a resource currently in use in your program and a laptop with Wi-Fi capability. If you are not currently working with an AE program, there is a charge of $50/ ½ day session or $100/full day session; billed after completion of the workshop.

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    Apr 3

    3:45pm

    TEAM Facilitated Module 5 Conversation

    This is a 90 minute facilitated scenario-based discussion designed to raise awareness of ethical and professional dilemmas in education. Participants will be able to: Discuss professional obligations and the potential consequences of misconduct; Communicate the guiding principles and standards of the teaching profession; Determine a favorable course of action when involved in competing priorities and responsibilities; and Use professional judgments and behavior that follow the spirit and the letter of the law, consistent with the district’s goals, values and principles, and the Code of Professional Responsibility for Educators.

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    Apr 3

    8:30am

    Title III Consortium

    Effective Classroom / ESL Strategies For Teaching English Learners: Ways to get English Learners actively involved in your lessons.

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    Apr 4

    4:00pm

    CCRS ELA 102 Instructional Shifts, Evidence, & Building Knowledge

    Adult Education Teachers Only. Building on work done in ELA 101, participants will continue to investigate standards and review the key instructional shifts. We will focus on the importance of text dependent questions, citing evidence in speaking and writing, and how this helps to build students’ knowledge. Activities will encourage a deeper understanding of how to implement CCRS in instruction in all classrooms. Participants must have completed ELA 101 before attending ELA 102. If you are not currently working with an AE program, there is a charge of $50/ ½ day session or $100/full day session; billed after completion of the workshop. SNOW DAY February 6, 2018

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    Apr 4

    8:30am

    Leadership Workshop Series: New Administrators: Everything You Need to Know that Was Not Covered in Your Admin Prep Program ~~ Practical Ideas

    Participants will: 1. Hear from an experienced principal and central office administrator about the experiences they had as a new administrator and lessons learned 2. Gain knowledge of ways to work with parents, central office, staff and the public that promotes collaboration and support for student success. 3. Learn strategies to meet the needs of all students in their building 4. Discuss ways that a building administrator can use resources efficiently to meet requirements of teacher evaluation, SRBI, IDEA, 504, etc. 5. Learn how to manage their time

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    Apr 4

    1:00pm

    Library Media Specialists Council Meeting

    CREC’s Library Media Specialists Council provides a unique opportunity for K-12 Library Media Specialists in the CREC region to come together to share best practices and engage in new thinking about digital literacy for the 21st century. Quarterly meetings will encourage input from participants regarding topics and speaker selections in order to best meet the needs of the council membership.

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    Apr 5

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Apr 5

    8:30am

    TEAM Initial Reviewer Training

    This one day training is required for anyone serving on a district or regional review committee. Districts must select potential reviewers to attend the training to learn the criteria for a successful reflection paper. Participants are given multiple opportunities to read and review a range of papers to assist them in making informed decisions.

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    Apr 6

    8:30am

    Recent Advances in Understanding Word-Level Reading Problems: Assessment and Highly Effective Intervention

    The presentation will focus on how children learn to read words and why some children struggle. Understanding the nature of word-level reading development and word-level reading problems will guide both assessment and intervention. Studies consistently show that the most commonly used intervention approaches provide limited benefits for weak readers. However, other studies have shown that some approaches can yield very large reading gains for such students, and these will be the focus of the presentation.

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    Apr 12

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Apr 16

    9:00am

    Assessment of Afterschool Program Practices Tool (APT) for 21st CCLC Programs

    The Assessment of Afterschool Program Practices Tool (APT) was developed by the National Institute on Out-of-School Time (NIOST) with 21st Century Community Learning Centers in mind! The APT provides a way for after schools staff to access the quality of their services and use data to make program improvements. Quality after schools programs produce positive outcomes in youth!

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    Apr 18

    5:00pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Test Preparation Class

    CREC is now offering 2-hour test preparation classes for individuals who need to take the ETS ParaPro Assessment. As an official testing site, we are committed to providing services that will help you prepare for, and ultimately pass the test.

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    Apr 18

    9:00am

    Welcoming Walkthrough Overview

    This workshop will incorporate hands on activities and practice using the Welcoming Tool to access how inviting the school and/or after school programs are to families. Providing welcoming enviroments has been identified as a best practice to engage families and community partners, the workshop will focus on customer service, policy, and communication and implementation strategies.

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    Apr 19

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Apr 20

    1:00pm

    Science Council Meeting

    CREC region science teachers and district coordinators are invited to attend monthly council meetings to share best practices, engage in new thinking about science education, and continue to proactively respond to the demands of the Next Generation Science Standards,Connecticut Core Standards, and CAPT Science. In addition, input from participants regarding additional topic selections will be encouraged in order to best meet the needs of the council membership.

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    Apr 24

    1:00pm

    ESL Workforce Readiness – Transitions to Careers for ESL Students

    ESL students come to our programs with varying levels of job skills/experience and education, but under WIOA legislation we must provide educational opportunities for them to become work-ready. For many students getting a job is only the first hurdle as they try to become knowledgeable about American laws and rights in the workplace. Presenters from the US Dept. of Health and US Dept. of Public Health will provide information and discussion about workers’ rights, worker safety and wages for both documented and undocumented workers.

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    Apr 24

    9:00am

    Alternate Math Calculation Strategies for Special Education Teachers Grades 3-8

    Alternative math strategies for struggling learners.

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    Apr 25

    9:00am

    CREC Minority Teacher Consortium - 4/25/18

    CREC's Minority Teacher Consortium is a learning collective which will meet throughout the 2017-2018 school year. Discussions planned include, but not limited to: Affinity Groups, High School Recruitment, and the Recruitment Fair. Other topics will be determined based on participant interests.

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    Apr 26

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Apr 26

    9:00am

    Perkins- Managing the Grant

    CSDE will give updates on the Carl D. Perkins grant and will offer suggestions about how to best utilize this important funding.

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    Apr 26

    8:30am

    RESC Alliance Foundational Skills for Evaluators of Teachers

    The RESC Alliance Foundational Skills for Evaluators of Teachers training is designed to concentrate on the evaluator’s capacity to observe and analyze teacher performance and practice inherent in the CT Common Core of Teaching (CCT) and to provide supportive, high quality feedback to teachers. The primary focus of this training is on written feedback that focuses on areas of strengths and areas of growth explicitly connected to the rubric and observable classroom practices/evidence. The training is designed to link written feedback to verbal feedback and coaching strategies. This supports not only the evaluator’s ability to organize written feedback but consider how this feedback creates a platform for formal conferences that are instructionally focused, dialogic, and student-centered.Training includes both formative reviews of practice along with a final demonstration of proficiency. Participants take part in one formal and one informal video-based observation during the three-day training. Participants will receive feedback about their own practice that will help to codify key skills and prepare them to connect teacher practice to student learning.

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    May 1

    8:30am

    Changing How Struggling Students Perceive Math

    Research has proven that the best instruction for a student is explicit, systematic, and cumulative. Good instruction also uses tools that show clear representations that build understanding. Come join us for an intensive K-5 math intervention for teachers to help you further develop your skills and change the way you perceive math! This workshop will model proficient problem solving, simplify mathematical concepts and present processes concretely. The workshop will move through Number Sense (including issues related to subitizing), Place Value, Addition, Subtraction, Regrouping, Multiplication, Division and Fractions. All material covered will be shown in a concrete, hands-on manner. Each participant will leave the session with materials and tools to clearly illustrate the examples, models, and strategies taught in the workshop. Participants will have new skills, language patterns, and presentation methods to reach their students to move beyond counting and into higher level concepts. (Includes materials from Teach 4 Mastery: MasterPieces; MasterFractions; Blue Level Instruction Manual with 1 Year access to the Online Videos for the lessons in the Instruction Manual; Downloadable Fraction Recognition Cards and Game

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    May 1

    8:30am

    Supporting ELs in the Math Classroom

    The workshop will support general education educators who are working with or have a large ELL population at their school or district with assisting ELs with math skills. Teachers who attend this workshop may be teachers looking for ways to support ELL students in math in the regular education classroom. The session will give educators various ways to build math fluency, provide appropriate strategies for the different language proficiency levels, how to build math vocabulary, strengthen and elicit math terms and ideas, offer ideas and examples on how to provide support, and provide resources to engage students in the math classroom.

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    May 3

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    May 3

    9:00am

    Alternate Instruction in the Algebra Classroom

    Algebra 1 is the foundation or building block for other high school course work. Learn how to differentiate instruction in an Algebra 1 classroom, as well as alternative ways to teach major concepts in the curriculum.

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    May 4

    8:30am

    FREE: Reading with TLC, Condensed: Full Training in Lively Letters

    The Lively Letters program is used throughout the US and globally as a supplement to the core reading curriculum in grades Pre-K–2. It is also used as a powerful intervention program, quickly closing gaps for all types of learners and struggling students of all ages.

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    May 4

    8:30am

    CREC Coaches Council

    Instructional Coaches in the CREC region are invited to attend monthly council meetings to share best practices and engage in new thinking about coaching. Monthly topics will be determined based on participant interests.

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    May 4

    1:00pm

    Language Arts Council Meeting

    CREC’s Language Arts Council provides Language Arts teachers in the CREC region monthly opportunities to share best practices and engage in new thinking about literacy instruction. Kindergarten to grade 12 Language Arts educators including teachers, literacy coaches, literacy coordinators, directors and department heads are encouraged to attend the monthly meetings. Input from participants regarding topic selections will be encouraged in order to best meet the needs of the council membership.

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    May 7

    8:30am

    ServSafe

    This is one-day training in ServSafe practices; you will be tested for certification at the end of the session. You will have a broader knowledge of food handling, food safety, pest control, and sanitary practices, and upon passing the exam, you will have an industry recognized credential.

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    May 8

    9:00am

    Connecticut Competency System (CCS) Training

    The Connecticut Competency System is a uniform, competency-based assessment and instructional system implemented by adult education programs and other state agencies that share a common client base. It provides a comprehensive, research based framework for a common core of competencies that youth and adults need to lead productive lives. CCS is based on the system developed by the Comprehensive Adult Student Assessment System (CASAS). If you are not currently working with an AE program, there is a charge of $50/ ½ day session or $100/full day session; billed after completion of the workshop.

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    May 8

    8:30am

    Facilitating Futures Planning

    Futures planning is a collaborative approach that helps staff, parents, and students to develop a long range plan that will guide the IEP.

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    May 8

    9:00am

    Structured Word Inquiry: A Morphological Vocabulary Intervention for Grades 4-12

    Structured Word Inquiry is a type of vocabulary instruction that explicitly targets any features and conventions that govern “word structure". This strategy teaches students to investigate the meaning of the word, it's phonology, etymology and morphology. This strategy fits well with structured literacy instruction.

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    May 8

    8:30am

    Language and Literacy for Young Children with Autism

    Children with autism are increasingly being included in the general education setting; however, they are so often excluded from meaningful language experiences and early literacy instruction. This workshop provides a framework for increasing qualitative, natural language, and literacy learning experiences in the general education setting for children who have autism. Children with autism need natural contexts for learning and using language and literacy. Participants will examine processes for planning instruction, creating materials and engineering the early childhood classroom to be used as an effective teaching tool. Participants will learn tips for implementing and embedding evidence based strategies to providing qualitative early learning experiences for ALL children in the general education classroom.

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    May 9

    9:00am

    Early Childhood Council Meeting

    Early Childhood educators in CREC districts meet monthly to share best practices and engage in new thinking about instruction. Pre-K to grade 12 Early Childhood educators are encouraged to attend monthly meetings. Topics and speaker lists are developed by the group.

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    May 10

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    May 10

    7:30am

    The Zones of Regulation

    The Zones of Regulation presentation provides teachers, therapists, and parents with hands-on knowledge on the nature of self-regulation and strategies for improving self-regulation and emotional control in individuals of all ages. The presentation addresses topics such as: the brain's involvement, typical development, sensory processing, emotional regulation, and executive functioning. Audience participants will learn an explicit, stair-stepped method and tools to guide students in utilizing The Zones framework across situations and environments to regulate sensory needs, impulses, and emotional states to social demands.

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    May 10

    12:30pm

    FREE: Improving Comprehension through Vocabulary Instruction - Tier 1 Strategies

    Learn how to integrate vocabulary instruction into daily classroom lessons which will improve students reading comprehension. These strategies promote student discourse and participation, are student centered, encourage collaboration but also improve independence.

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    May 10

    8:00am

    Curriculum Council Meeting - 5/10/18

    Regular scheduled meeting of Directors of Curriculum, Assistant Superintendents and Instructional Leaders

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    May 10

    8:30am

    Implementing a Math Workshop Model in a Secondary Math Classroom

    Participants will learn how math centers/stations/rotations/workshops in the 5-8 math classroom can support the Connecticut Core content and process standards, while meeting the needs of all learners. We will address different structures, routines, and rituals used to initiate and sustain this type of differentiated instruction.

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    May 11

    1:00pm

    Math Council Meeting

    CREC’s Mathematics Council provides new thinking about mathematics instruction for K-12 math teachers, coaches, and district leaders in an open forum type setting. Monthly agenda topics are determined by district participants in order to serve the group’s needs.

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    May 14

    8:30am

    The COMPASS: Basic Modules Train the Trainer (two-day workshop)

    Participants who support and supervise paraeducators in service delivery will be provided with an evidence-based curriculum designed to ensure that paraeducators gain the knowledge and skills to fulfill various instructional support roles. The COMPASS Basic Modules curriculum focuses on the roles and responsibilities paraeducators have in supporting student-centered instructional environments. Each module is based on the following characteristics: 1. Aligned with standards from the National Resource Center for Paraeducators and CT Guidelines 2. Responds to federal legislation by providing support and training to ensure that paraeducator services support effective instruction for all students and 3. Incorporates job embedded components to foster both knowledge and skill development in classroom settings. The curriculum of The COMPASS is research based in both design and instructional outcomes.

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    May 17

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    May 17

    9:00am

    Monthly ConnECT Meeting - 2017 - 2018

    Regular scheduled meeting of Technology leaders from CREC districts held at our Central Office. Administrators and teachers welcome to attend as well.

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    May 17

    1:00pm

    Social Studies Council Meeting

    CREC region social studies teachers and district coordinators are invited to attend monthly council meetings to share best practices, engage in new thinking about social studies instruction, and proactively respond to the instructional shifts demanded by the Connecticut Elementary and Secondary Social Studies Frameworks, Connecticut Core Standards, the SAT and Smarter Balanced Assessments. In addition, input from participants regarding additional topic selections will be encouraged in order to best meet the needs of the council membership.

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    May 18

    1:00pm

    Science Council Meeting

    CREC region science teachers and district coordinators are invited to attend monthly council meetings to share best practices, engage in new thinking about science education, and continue to proactively respond to the demands of the Next Generation Science Standards,Connecticut Core Standards, and CAPT Science. In addition, input from participants regarding additional topic selections will be encouraged in order to best meet the needs of the council membership.

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    May 23

    9:00am

    Multi-Tiered Systems of Support and Social and Emotional Learning

    Social and emotional learning provides the structure and process for students to develop skills in understanding and managing emotions, setting goals, showing empathy, maintaining positive relationships and making responsible decisions.

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    May 23

    8:00am

    Transgender? Bi-gender? Pan-gender? Non-binary? What?

    The world (and school environments) are changing rapidly. Students as young as 5 are coming out along the transgender spectrum. What do all of these changes mean for you as an educator, administrator or school support staff? This interactive, day-long training will give you the chance to learn new terminology; understand and implement best practices regarding sports, facilities, bathrooms, etc., respond to parent and student questions/concerns; and ensure that your school climate creates a safe and effective learning environment for all.

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    May 24

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    May 31

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Jun 1

    8:30am

    Instructional Coaching Institute

    The Instructional Coaching Institute is for current and aspiring instructional coaches at all grade levels, who are interesed in attending formal training. This 2-day workshop will provide participants with an understanding of various coaching frameworks, theory, research, and current perspectives and practices. Among the topics that will be covered over the course of the two days are working with adult learners, building networks for change, providing feedback, student-centered coaching, assessing student work, promoting teacher reflection, having better conversations, and using videotape for professional growth.

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    Jun 5

    8:30am

    Title III Consortium

    Effective Classroom / ESL Strategies For Teaching English Learners: Ways to get English Learners actively involved in your lessons.

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    Jun 6

    9:00am

    CREC Minority Teacher Consortium - 6/6/2018

    CREC's Minority Teacher Consortium is a learning collective which will meet throughout the 2017-2018 school year. Discussions planned include, but not limited to: Affinity Groups, High School Recruitment, and the Recruitment Fair. Other topics will be determined based on participant interests.

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    Jun 7

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Jun 14

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Jun 21

    1:30pm

    ETS® ParaPro Assessment Testing

    CREC is now a testing site for the ETS® ParaPro Assessment. ETS developed the ParaPro Assessment as a way to satisfy the requirements of the No Child Left Behind Act, which requires that Para educators serving in an instruction capacity: 1) Have an associate of arts degree. 2) Have completed two years of college. 3) Have demonstrated, through an academic assessment, the knowledge and ability to assist in the instruction of reading, writing, and mathematics.

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    Jun 27

    8:30am

    TEAM Mentor Initial Support Training

    This three-day training for prospective mentors and cooperating teachers is available for individuals selected by the district to serve. The training engages participants in the TEAM module process and how to guide beginning teachers through successful completion of the five mentoring modules. In addition, participants are prepared to host a student teacher while developing effective coaching strategies.

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    Aug 6

    8:30am

    Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) Primary and Elementary Assistants Training Course

    The Montessori Training Center Northeast (MTCNE) is pleased to offer the Association Montessori Internationale (AMI) Primary and Elementary Assistants Training Course directed by AMI Primary Trainer, Gretchen Hall and AMI Elementary Director, Gerry Leonard. The course consists of class lectures, discussions and activities. Participants must also log 9 additional hours of observation in Montessori Primary and Elementary classrooms following the summer course to receive their certificate. Readings and written papers will be assigned throughout the training. Participants successfully completing the course will be awarded either the AMI Primary or AMI Elementary Assistants Course Certificate depending on the break-out track the participant chooses.

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