Managing Student Attendance/Engagement Through Changing School Environments

Sep 30 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

A brief informational session sponsored by Kinvolved on September 30th from 12:00pm to 1:00pm for Managing Student Attendance/Engagement Through Changing School Environments and earn PGP credit. By attending, you’ll walk away with: An understanding of the underlying causes that lead to absenteeism in all learning scenarios (in person, remote, and hybrid) Solutions to eliminate those causes to prevent absenteeism Effective tools to manage and maintain high attendance, engagement, and communications with all families and students—regardless of language, device, internet access, and location And more! The webinar content will be presented by Kinvolved, the leading attendance management organization, and the PGP credit will be awarded by ESESC. Limited seats available. Save your spot today by registering here:

Virtual event- Coaching a PLC - $50/Member - $75/Non-Member

Oct 8 from 8:30 AM to 11:30 AM


Register: There's a lot of information about what PLCs are...but less guidance on how to make them effective for the adults involved. This workshop is designed for administrator or coach responsible for coaching leaders and monitoring PLC effectiveness. How do we measure if a PLC is successful or not? How do we motivate our leaders? Attend and find out! Workshop Agenda: Create clarity around what a highly effective PLC looks and sounds like; Re-establish your true role as the leader--and just what that means; Gain insights into helpful and hurtful feedback methods

Virtual event- Real-World Ready Students: Free Turnkey Resources for Advisory and E-Learning Days - FREE

Nov 9 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM


Register: Presented by Everfi, a free resource for schools.

Virtual Event- FIRST STEPS:STANDARDS-BASED GRADING $50 Member/$90 Non-Members

Nov 12 from 3:00 PM to 5:30 PM


Register at Teaching during COVID has really driven home the need to have tight curriculum and clear targets. Deeply connected to that is a need for clear, equitable grading. A true application of standards-based grading practices revolutionizes curriculum planning, collective collaboration, assessment, and reporting practices. This is daunting, to say the least, and has the power to absolutely transform how we "do school" at this critical time. This session is designed to help teams get a head start in that direction by looking at standards-based grading and its implications in the classroom. Goals for the session: Evaluate current grading practices within your school/district Understanding the importance and process of prioritizing standards Analyze and recognize effective classroom-based assessments Define meaningful grades Connect standards-based grading to the bigger picture of MTSS and on-going school improvement Teams including administrators and teachers from your school are encouraged to attend.

Virtual event- Math Performance Tasks - $50/Member - $75/Non-Member

Nov 18 from 12:30 PM to 3:30 PM


Register: Presented by Laurie Ferry. The ILEARN performance task asks students to perform problem solving and critical thinking in a new and unique situation. The ILEARN is the first standardized assessment our students have been required to take that ask them to do this type of thinking. Are we addressing this level of thinking in the classroom? In this workshop we will: Explore John Hattie's model and structure of math tasks with his surface, deep and transfer learning. Examine specific strategies and actions that teachers can use in the classroom encourage students to have the stamina and motivation to do the performance tasks. Discover instructional moves you can implement in your classroom tomorrow with little effort.

In person event- Getting Guys to Read: Tricks, Tips, and Titles (Level- Middle & High School) $125 Member/$250 Non-Member

Dec 2 from 8:30 AM

705 W 21st St, Connersville, IN 47331, USA

Register at Objectives: Investigate reasons why reading seems to be a challenge for guys. Explore the importance of choice. Meet at least 60 guy friendly titles. Come up with an Action Plan- at least 3 things that you can do now! Description: Social media, girls, cars, jobs, video games, how can we compete? We frequently think that boys don’t like to read. Perhaps they enjoy formats and genres other than what we do. Perhaps it’s that they’ve never found what works for them. Perhaps they are our Hesitant Readers and Late Bloomers. Perhaps we need to tie into the power of curiosity. Come spend the day thinking all things guy- from titles to authors to genres to formats to activities that just might reel them in.