Foundations of Student-Centered Coaching is just around the corner. Don't miss this unique opportunity to refine your coaching skills with Diane Sweeney Consulting. Secure your spot for 2 in-person and 2 virtual sessions! Register at https://tinyurl.com/ssc-feb2024.
5 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Student-Centered Coaching
ECESC hosts affinity groups to provide an opportunity for educators in similar roles to connect and collaborate. Some of our groups include curriculum directors, early childhood, reading specialists, and STEM educators, to name a few. What groups support your work? Check them out on our Affinity Groups page of our website at https://www.ecesc.k12.in.us/page/affinity-groups and join us! We love supporting educators!
6 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Affinity Group logo with ECESC logo and network link.
Explore East Central Indiana employers right from your classroom! Educators from our 3E partner schools trained on our new VR goggles. Now, they can check out class sets to 'visit' employers like DOT Foods, Frank Miller Lumber, and Reid Health. We love supporting educators!
6 months ago, ECESC
Educators use VR goggles.
Educators use VR goggles.
Jim Bisesi, our VR designer, teaches educators how to use VR goggles.
We've had two great days of learning and collaborating with educators across east central Indiana as part of the Future Focused Learning Series. Elementary and secondary educators spent their day exploring standards and resources. #IASImpact We love supporting educators!
6 months ago, ECESC
Three educators collaborate.
Tim Arnold helps facilitate as educators collaborate.
Kenny Marshall writes his group's ideas on chart paper.
Tables of educators collaborating.
Two educators work together.
Two educators work together.
Meet our distinguished presenter, Amanda Bruggeman! With her expertise and passion for student-centered coaching, Amanda is set to inspire and empower educators. Get ready to glean invaluable insights from her experience in the field! Register at https://tinyurl.com/ssc-feb2024.
6 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Student-Centered Coaching with Diane Sweeney Consulting. Meet our presenter: Amanda Brueggeman, Ed.D. is an education consultant and began her teaching career in 2004. She grew up on a farm in Southeast Missouri, working her way to the suburbs of St. Louis, MO, where she taught at Valley Park and Wentzville for ten years prior to being an instructional coach. Her passions include literacy and collective efficacy in relation to working with new teachers and mentors. Amanda is also the author of the book, Student-Centered Mentoring (Corwin, 2022).  Amanda obtained her teaching degree in Elementary Education at Southeast Missouri State University. She earned her MA in Educational Technology from the University of Missouri and is certified as a Student-Centered Coaching Consultant. Amanda holds her Doctorate in Teacher Leadership from Maryville University, where she is also an adjunct professor for the Education Department.
Are you ready to revolutionize your coaching approach? Get set for an enriching journey with Amanda Bruggeman at Foundations for Student-Centered Coaching. Engage in expert insights, interactive discussions, and transformative strategies to elevate your coaching game! Register at https://tinyurl.com/ssc-feb2024.
7 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Student-Centered Coaching
If a little inspiration is what your team needs, don't miss Helping Kids Climb: A Morning of Inspiration with Kevin Honeycutt. Event details & registration: https://tinyurl.com/honeycutt-dec2023 We love supporting educators!
7 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Kevin Honeycutt
Educators in grades 6-8: Dive into the 2023 Indiana Academic Standards with us on December 7 at ECESC as part of the Future-Focused Learning Series. Discover resources designed to support the implementation of these updated standards, including frameworks, vertical articulation guides, and ILEARN blueprints and checkpoint timelines. #IASImpact We love supporting educators!
7 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Future-Focused Learning Series for Secondary Educators
It's not too late to join Adam Drummund for our virtual series Crack the Code: Literacy is Everyone's Job! The first live session is November 15. Register at www.escindiana.org.
7 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Crack the Code Topics
🔔 Exciting News! Join us to set the Foundations for Student-Centered Coaching with Diane Sweeney Consulting. Our presenter, Amanda Bruggeman will share powerful coaching strategies during 2 in-person days and 2 virtual sessions. Seats are limited. Don't miss this opportunity to elevate your coaching skills! Event details & registration: https://tinyurl.com/ssc-feb2024. We love supporting educators!
7 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Student-Centered Coaching
Join us for a morning of inspiration with Kevin Honeycutt! Event details & registration: https://tinyurl.com/honeycutt-dec2023 We love supporting educators!
7 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Kevin Honeycutt
Join us at ECESC on December 5 for the Future-Focused Learning Series in-person workshop for Elementary Support for Implementation of the 2023 Indiana Academic Standards.Learn more and register at https://escindiana.org/future-focused-learning-series/. #IASImpact
7 months ago, ECESC
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Adam Drummond is looking forward to kicking off our virtual series Crack the Code: Literacy is Everyone's Job! Join him live in these free sessions. Register at www.escindiana.org.
7 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Crack the Code Adam Drummond Image
Registration is now open for the Future-Focused Learning Series School Year Support Workshops. These five live in-person workshops will be hosted at regional service centers across the state to support the 2023 Indiana Academic Standards, Early Learning Standards, and Integrated STEM Standards implementation. Join us at ECESC by registering for the workshops that meet your needs. Register at https://escindiana.org/future-focused-learning-series/. #IASImpact
8 months ago, ECESC
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Join author Adam Drummond for ESCI's virtual series Crack the Code – Literacy Is Everyone’s Job! Author of The Instructional Change Agent: 48 Ways to Be the Leader Your School Needs, Adam will share his insights on supporting literacy. Register at www.escindiana.org.
8 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Crack the Code: Literacy is Everyone's Job
We hosted CPI Trainer Certification this week at ECESC. Four educators renewed their training certification, and 3 educators earned their initial certification. These trainers will bring valuable knowledge back to their schools. Thank you to CPI and our trainer, Nancy Little.
8 months ago, ECESC
Trainees pose with trainer Nancy Little.
Trainees participate in learning restrictive interventions.
Help guide the future of the Teacher Share project! Our higher ed partners from IU East and Ivy Tech will help facilitate a conversation about how Teacher Share can be used to help fill in gaps for dual credit and the Indiana College Core. Current and prospective Teacher Share districts are invited to join this strategic planning session. Get more information at http://tinyurl.com/planteachershare.
9 months ago, ECESC
Graphic: Future Loading with half battery symbol.
Our Training Support Specialists love visiting schools and supporting coaches. And our #INLitCadre coaches love supporting teachers. East Elementary's Coach Heather Snodgrass co-teaches a lesson with her kindergarten teammate, Mrs. Hubble. We love supporting educators!
9 months ago, ECESC
Mrs. Hubble (left) and Heather Snodgrass co-teach a literacy lesson to a kindergarten class.
Another great day of learning computer science with Nextech! And all educators love free books for their classroom, right?
9 months ago, ECESC
Educators work together coding system functions.
Educators show off their new books while Paul reads.
Educators show off their new books.
We hosted a great day of learning about integrating Computer Science in middle school. Thank you Nextech! We can't wait to support K-5 educators Thursday.
9 months ago, ECESC
Middle school teachers Ryan Cox and Darin DeNeal collaborate using Teachable Machine.