It is a great day of learning at the High Ability/STEM Day with professional learning led by IDOE specialists! Thank you to MyVRSpot and 1stMakerSpace for sponsoring meals for our educators.
10 days ago, Mandi Isaacs
Whitney Coake leads high ability educators through the Poetics of Phonetics.
Breakfast and lunch catered by Your Way Catering. Meals sponsored by MyVRSpot and 1stMakerSpace.
Dana Hatrzell leads STEM educators in learning about updated STEM certification requirements.
We are getting ready for our annual meeting on Friday. Thank you to MyVRSpot for some great door prizes!
18 days ago, Mandi Isaacs
prize package from MyVRSpot.
We're just a week away from the High Ability/STEM Day at ECESC. Don't miss your chance to join us! Register here: https://tinyurl.com/hastemday
18 days ago, ECESC
High Ability/STEM Day Graphic
Larry shares tech tools from the ECESC Technology Roadshow with educators at eLEAD Madison County today. Contact us to book a visit to your classroom!
23 days ago, Mandi Isaacs
Larry Williams shares about Merge Cubes with educators.
STEM Specialists with IDOE will share the updated STEM Certification process and rubric at regional sessions across the state in June. Register your team to attend and learn from schools who have been through the process: https://tinyurl.com/hastemday
25 days ago, ECESC
High Ability/STEM Day graphic with dates and information about STEM Certification training..
Join IDOE High Ability Specialist Whitney Coake as she focuses on differentiation for high ability learners at the High Ability/STEM Day regional events in June. Register here: https://tinyurl.com/hastemday
26 days ago, ECESC
Graphic: High Ability & STEM Day
Only two days left to apply for your classroom project sponsorship! Apply here to have your project sponsored by ECESC: https://forms.gle/V5baT3Rmihh2fe4p6.
26 days ago, ECESC
Graphic: $1500 for your classroom project; apply by June 1; ECESC Logo: Service. Support. Collaboration.
Join us at ECESC on June 15 as IDOE High Ability and STEM specialists share their expertise in two separate sessions. Register here: https://tinyurl.com/hastemday
27 days ago, ECESC
High Ability/STEM Day graphic.
Teachers: Don't miss your chance to apply for $1500 for your classroom project. Fill out your application here: https://forms.gle/V5baT3Rmihh2fe4p6
28 days ago, ECESC
Graphic: $1500 for your classroom project; Apply by June 1; ECESC Logo: Service. Support. Collaboration.
Are you reflecting on the 2021-22 school year and wondering how you can make 2022-23 better for your team? Join Julie Kelch for Building Healthy Teams by Creating a Positive Culture at ECESC on June 7. Click here for more information: https://tinyurl.com/buildinghealthyteams
about 1 month ago, ECESC
Graphic: Building Healthy Teams by Creating a Positive Culture, Tuesday, June 7, 2022, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. at ECESC, $125 member; $250 non-member; HB1008 School - Free; East Central Educational Service Center
Is your team needing to REcharge, REtool, and REflect? Join ULEAD at ECESC for this leadership series that will create an oasis for your team as they work together for your district's vision. Register here: https://tinyurl.com/ulead-june6
about 1 month ago, ECESC
Graphic Breathe...Recharge, Retool, Reflect
What are you communicating? Body Language conveys 55% of what we communicate. Make sure your body language isn't contradicting your message. Check out our Mental Health Moment chats with Julie Kelch for more!
about 1 month ago, ECESC
Body Language graphic showing people in different stances with labels for what their body language communicates.
Join Michelle Grewe as she returns to ECESC to share valuable resources for building or district leadership who work with ILEARN results. Register here: https://tinyurl.com/ilearn-may31
about 1 month ago, ECESC
Graphic: You Have ILEARN Results Now What? with Dr. Michelle Grewe. May 31 8:30 a.m.-3 p.m. $125 members $250 nonmembers East Central Educational Service Center
Tony Harl with the Governor's Workforce Cabinet shares that "the single most difficult component of having a high quality CTE program is having a high quality training plan" as he emphasizes the importance of creating clear training plans in collaboration with workforce partners.
about 1 month ago, Mandi Isaacs
Tony Harl with Governor's Workforce Cabinet shares model program guidance at the EARN kickoff at ECESC.
Educators, state agencies, and community partners are gathering at ECESC today to kick off the High School EARN grant work.
about 1 month ago, Mandi Isaacs
ECESC event center
ECESC event center filled with educators for the High School Earn kick off.
Did you know that our words only account for 7% of the message we communicate? Julie Kelch is sharing effective communication strategies this morning in our Mental Health Moment chat.
about 1 month ago, ECESC
How We communicate graphic with pie chart: Body Language 55 percent, Tone 38 percent, words 7 percent
Are you looking for a better way to develop math fact fluency and number sense with your students? Join us May 20 for The Heartbeat of Number Sense: Math Fact Fluency with Ginnie Luce and Ginger Smith. Register here: https://tinyurl.com/PDNumberSense.
about 2 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: The Heartbeat of Number Sense: Math Fact Fluency, May 20, 2022, 9 am - 3:30 pm
Our team is growing! If coaching educators is your passion, you might be our Regional Training STEM/Literacy Support Specialist. Apply today: https://tinyurl.com/RegionalTSS.
about 2 months ago, ECESC
Join Our Team! Graphic
Join ULEAD for the INDY501 Servant Leadership experience at ECESC. This hands-on learning experience will put your team in the driver's seat as you work together to cross the finish line. Register your team today: https://www.ecesc.k12.in.us/events?filter=20706
2 months ago, ECESC
Indy 501 Graphic
Time Management Tip: It's impossible to get everything done. Important activities should have a time attached to them. If it is worth your time, put it on your calendar. -Shared by Julie Kelch in April's Mental Health Chat.
2 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Calendar. Life is short. Do stuff that matters.