• Equity Speaker Series 2023View Offerings
    KRESA Instructional Services Equity Series is a 4-Part series focused on expanding the conciseness and conversation around what educational equity looks like in today’s schools and districts. 

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Assessments 
Developing Appropriate Assessments View offerings/not available icon
This PD IS OFFERED IN DISTRICT ONLY! Participants will learn to develop assessments based on five key characteristics of an assessment: clear purpose, clear targets, assessment design, effective communication, and student involvement. Participants will learn to match targets to different types of assessments, as well as, successfully develop a new assessment.
Illluminate - Using Forms in Illuminate View offerings/not available icon
Participants will learn how to utilize Illuminate DnA features as a way to communicate data through forms. Pre-requirement: Helpful for participants to be familiar with custom reports.
Illuminate - Purposeful Action with Your Illuminate Data View offerings/not available icon
Participants will utilize pre-built Illuminate reports along with guiding questions to drive instructional action. Participants will select appropriate reports that best serve the needs of a Professional Learning Community and/or Collaborative Team.
Illuminate DnA for Beginners View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning session will familiarize new users to Illuminate DnA. The session will support the participant by learning how to access the system, create assessments, and utilize reports. Participants should bring a curriculum to help create an assessment.
Illuminate- DnA Key Contacts Meeting View offerings/not available icon
These regional meetings allow for district key contacts supporting Illuminate DnA to network, learn, and discuss the use of Illuminate DnA.
Illuminate DnA with your Curriculum View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning session will demonstrate how to use Illuminate DnA with your curriculum. Participants will create Flexible Assessments aligned to their current curriculum. Participants should bring a curriculum of their choice.
Illuminate DnA: Live Proctoring View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning will support participants in their understanding of the formative assessment process. Participants will become familiar with the connection of the formative assessment process and Illuminate DnA.
Illuminate DnA: The New Item Bank View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning session will support users of Illuminate DnA in their creation of Item Bank Assessments and creating items for the Item Bank Assessment.
MiSchoolData - Reports and More! View offerings/not available icon
This virtual learning session will have participants exploring the MiSchoolData website! Participants will discover all the reports that are available for district and building analysis purposes. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site.
MiSchoolData and Annual Reporting View offerings/not available icon
This virtual learning session will have participants exploring the MiSchoolData website! Participants will learn how to navigate the site for Annual Reporting purposes. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site and have accountability access.
MiSchoolData and the Early Childhood Landing Page View offerings/not available icon
This learning session will have participants exploring the Early Childhood Landing Page in MiSchoolData. Participants will learn how to navigate the site and explore accessible data. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site.
MiSchoolData and the Special Education Dashboard View offerings/not available icon
This session will explore the Special Education Dashboard in the MiSchoolData portal. Participants will navigate the dashboard and explore accessible data. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site.
MiSchoolData Exploration View offerings/not available icon
This virtual learning session will have participants exploring the MiSchoolData website! Participants will learn navigation, functionality, reports, and technical updates. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site.
The Formative Assessment Process View offerings/not available icon
This virtual learning series will explore the formative assessment process and its implementation in any classroom. Over a span of three sessions, participants will explore the five components of the process and its implication in the classroom.
Behavioral Support and School Climate 
CHAMPS View offerings/not available icon
CHAMPS is a positive and proactive classroom management approach that provides teachers with tools to clearly structure each part of their day. Participants will learn how to define clear expectations for students and teach those at for each new routine. They are also provided tools to address motivation issues and chronic misbehavior.
Community Resilience Intro View offerings/not available icon
The Community Resilience Model® is an evidence-based approach to wellness for the individual and the community. CRM® trainings support the understanding and cultivation of wellness skills based on the brain/body connection. Participants will learn about and practice 6 specific skills to help themselves and others be able to regulate, calm, and ultimately grow in resilience.
Community Resilience Model (2 day) View offerings/not available icon
The Community Resilience Model® is an evidence-based approach to wellness for the individual and the community. CRM® trainings support the understanding and cultivation of wellness skills based on the brain/body connection. Participants will learn about and practice 6 specific skills to help themselves and others be able to regulate, calm, and ultimately grow in resilience.
Culturally Responsive & Inclusive Learning Environments for Multilingual Learners View offerings/not available icon
While multilingual learners enter our schools and classrooms with specific needs for developing academic English language, they also bring with them a wealth of cultural knowledge and linguistic resources. This workshop will help us engage Culturally Responsive Practices as an instructional strategy, mindset, and practice that cultivate classroom environments and implement teacher practices designed to improve the learning capacity of all students, especially those of historically marginalized s
Intro to the Community Resilience Model View offerings/not available icon
The Community Resilience Model® is an evidence-based approach to wellness for the individual and the community. CRM® trainings support the understanding and cultivation of wellness skills based on the brain/body connection. Participants will learn about and practice 3 specific skills to help themselves and others be able to regulate, calm, and ultimately grow in resilience.
Introduction to Restorative Practices View offerings/not available icon
This workshop is designed to introduce you to the core concepts of Restorative Practices that can be utilized in interpersonal relationships, in the classroom and in larger systems. These practices can help educators build an environment that centers relationship, learning and engagement.
Mindful Management View offerings/not available icon
Designed for K-12 educators, paraprofessionals, and student support staff, this course provides effective strategies for managing stress, reducing burnout, and improving classroom outcomes. By using mindfulness techniques, participants learn to recognize their own stress triggers, develop self-regulation skills, and respond thoughtfully to misbehavior. Through lecture, discussion, and experiential learning, participants will explore the principles of mindfulness and develop personalized self-car
SEL + Resilience in the Classroom View offerings/not available icon
This series focuses on how to implement Social and emotional learning (SEL) is an initiative that helps support a well-rounded education that teaches to the whole child. Incorporating tools from Trauma Informed Practices, the series takes a wholistic approach to the topic. Teachers are working to help develop student skills such as self-awareness, self-management, and decision making. This workshop will help participants understand what it means to create classrooms and schools that focus on the
Student Voice Tool Kit View offerings/not available icon
Creating a space where students feel a sense of belonging and community is important. As educators, we already find ways to create this space in many ways. And, giving students opportunities to use their voice and provide input into what happens in their classroom or building is a powerful way to bring students together as a community. This workshop will introduce participants to a deeper understanding of what youth voice can look like, why it benefits students and educators alike, and how you
Beyond Tiered supports for ALL learners! View offerings/not available icon
Positive behavior intervention supports can benefit and be incorporated for all students, not just those who are special education eligible. In this training, participants will learn how tier supports can be generalized for all students, examples of how to incorporate strategies into your classroom and to improve outcomes for ALL learners
How and When to Develop FBA’s and PBSP’s View offerings/not available icon
This training is for participants to learn and discuss how and when it is appropriate to develop a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA). Staff will interpret what to do with the information that is gained from the FBA and how to progress through completing a PBSP (Positive Behavior Support Plan). This training will also discuss the importance of developing a fidelity checklist to ensure consistency with the behavior plan.
The Classroom Toolbox: Strategies for Inclusive Practices View offerings/not available icon
This interactive workshop will provide participants with a toolbox of high leverage practices to foster an inclusive environment(s) for learners. Participants will learn evidence-based interventions and strategies they can use in their classrooms to increase active participation for students with and without disabilities. These engagement strategies will focus on yielding positive results related to socio-emotional and behavioral development. There is an elementary cohort and a secondary cohort
DEI and Implicit Bias Training View offerings/not available icon
This two-hour synchronous virtual workshop is aligned to meet the State of Michigan Regulatory Affairs Public Health Code – General Rules sections R 338.7001 – 338.7005, commonly referred to “Implicit Bias Training” for anyone seeking new or renewal healthcare licensure from the State of Michigan Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) Bureau of Professional Licensing, effective June 1, 2022.
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Early Childhood 
MiSchoolData and the Early Childhood Landing Page View offerings/not available icon
This learning session will have participants exploring the Early Childhood Landing Page in MiSchoolData. Participants will learn how to navigate the site and explore accessible data. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site.
Educational Technology 
Developing Appropriate Assessments View offerings/not available icon
Participants will learn to develop assessments based on five key characteristics of an assessment: clear purpose, clear targets, assessment design, effective communication, and student involvement. Participants will learn to match targets to different types of assessments, as well as, successfully develop a new assessment.
Illluminate - Using Forms in Illuminate View offerings/not available icon
Participants will learn how to utilize Illuminate DnA features as a way to communicate data through forms. Pre-requirement: Helpful for participants to be familiar with custom reports.
Illuminate - Purposeful Action with Your Illuminate Data View offerings/not available icon
Participants will utilize pre-built Illuminate reports along with guiding questions to drive instructional action. Participants will select appropriate reports that best serve the needs of a Professional Learning Community and/or Collaborative Team.
Illuminate DnA for Beginners View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning session will familiarize new users to Illuminate DnA. The session will support the participant by learning how to access the system, create assessments, and utilize reports. Participants should bring a curriculum to help create an assessment.
Illuminate DnA with your Curriculum View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning session will demonstrate how to use Illuminate DnA with your curriculum. Participants will create Flexible Assessments aligned to their current curriculum. Participants should bring a curriculum of their choice.
Illuminate DnA: Live Proctoring View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning will support participants in their understanding of the formative assessment process. Participants will become familiar with the connection of the formative assessment process and Illuminate DnA.
Illuminate DnA: The New Item Bank View offerings/not available icon
This professional learning session will support users of Illuminate DnA in their creation of Item Bank Assessments and creating items for the Item Bank Assessment.
MiSchoolData - Reports and More! View offerings/not available icon
This virtual learning session will have participants exploring the MiSchoolData website! Participants will discover all the reports that are available for district and building analysis purposes. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site.
MiSchoolData and Annual Reporting View offerings/not available icon
This virtual learning session will have participants exploring the MiSchoolData website! Participants will learn how to navigate the site for Annual Reporting purposes. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site and have accountability access.
MiSchoolData and the Early Childhood Landing Page View offerings/not available icon
This learning session will have participants exploring the Early Childhood Landing Page in MiSchoolData. Participants will learn how to navigate the site and explore accessible data. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site.
MiSchoolData and the Special Education Dashboard View offerings/not available icon
This session will explore the Special Education Dashboard in the MiSchoolData portal. Participants will navigate the dashboard and explore accessible data. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site.
MiSchoolData Exploration View offerings/not available icon
This virtual learning session will have participants exploring the MiSchoolData website! Participants will learn navigation, functionality, reports, and technical updates. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site.
English Language Arts 
Bridging the Essential Instructional Practice and LETRS into classroom instruction View offerings/not available icon
Looking to take your literacy instruction to the next level? This interactive planning session is perfect for student support staff, elementary educators, and elementary administrators who have already completed professional learning around the Literacy Essential Instructional Practices or Language Essentials of Teachers of Reading and Spelling (LETRS). In this 4-part virtual series, you'll learn how to identify components within your district's curriculum that will foster opportunities for skil
UFLI Foundations Book Club View offerings/not available icon
Are you interested in learning more about a systematic phonics program? This interactive book club is built around the UFLI Foundations Program. "This resource provides explicit, systematic, comprehensive instruction in all the phonics skills. This resource follows a carefully developed scope and sequence designated to ensure that students systematically acquire each skill needed and learn to apply each skill with automaticity and confidence". During the sessions participants will engage with
Instructional Strategies 
A Phenomenal Approach to Integrating Science and Literacy View offerings/not available icon
How can we integrate Literacy within Science to maximize the instructional time on a given day? Instead of looking at Science as “another thing” this interactive professional learning will explore strategies and practices that support utilizing Literacy Essentials in partnership with quality Science instructional strategies and practices.
Cultivating Master Teachers View offerings/not available icon
First time teacher or experienced teacher in a new district? This professional learning is designed to support your understanding of the critical components in becoming a master educator. This six session series will spend time analyzing effective communication, learning environment design, curriculum and content, best practice instructional strategies, meaningful data, and growth. You will develop, implement, and reflect on how these components impact student learning as you cultivate the m
Productive Talk: A key to engagement in the classroom View offerings/not available icon
Talking is integral to human learning. How can we routinely support students in “sense-making” talk to help them work through their understanding. In this professional development course teachers in all content areas will develop a plan for creating a culture of productive talk in their classroom. They will learn about the four goals surrounding productive talk and plan for how they will facilitate productive talk and how to engage students in productive talk.
The Question Formulation Technique : Engaging students in the learning process View offerings/not available icon
Developed by the Right Question Institute, the Question Formulation Technique, or QFT, is a structured method for generating and improving questions. It distills sophisticated forms of divergent, convergent, and metacognitive thinking into a deceptively simple, accessible, and reproducible technique. The QFT builds the skill of asking questions, an essential — yet often overlooked — lifelong learning skill that allows people to think critically, feel greater power and self-efficacy, and become m
Disciplinary Literacy Deeper Dive Essentials #1 and #5 View offerings/not available icon
After having participated in the Introduction to Essential Instructional Practices in Disciplinary Literacy, participants will be able to dive deeper into some of the research-supported literacy instructional practices used to improve students’ academic literacies and content learning at the 6-12 grade levels.
Leadership 
GKAIPN Leadership Meetings View offerings/not available icon
Monthly 2 hour meetings at various locations. This cross-county regional network was formed as an avenue for communication and collaboration among principals/directors/administrators of programs similar to yours. It is very informal, free of charge, and the group defines the agenda and the focus for each meeting. Our goal is for each meeting to include some professional learning, some sharing of success stories or program overview, and time for networking and collaboration around topics that ar
Regional State and Federal Grant Support Series View offerings/not available icon
The three-part series will provide district leaders with updates, training and supports to align continuous improvement processes and structures with federal and state requirements;
SWMIPALS View offerings/not available icon
Bi Monthly 3 hour meetings at various locations. This cross-county regional network was formed as an avenue for communication and collaboration among administrators in elementary and middle school programs. It is very informal, free of charge, and the group defines the agenda and the focus for each meeting. Our goal is for each meeting to include some professional learning, some sharing of success stories or program overview, and time for networking and collaboration around topics that are rele
Mathematics 
Building Numeracy in the Secondary Mathematics Classroom View offerings/not available icon
This two-part series will explore how to build students' numeracy in the secondary mathematics classroom. Teachers will gain a deeper understanding of how students develop more sophisticated mathematical reasoning and how that applies to grade-level mathematics. Teachers will learn about routines that encourage the development of mathematical relationships to reason with numbers and numerical concepts. Teachers will leave with adaptable 10-15 minute routines to use in their math class to ensur
Ignite Elementary Math Using Number Sense Routines View offerings/not available icon
Enhance your elementary students' mathematical abilities with our virtual professional learning opportunity on number sense development. Join us for two engaging sessions exploring the concept of number sense and how to foster it through Effective Teaching Practices, backed by current research. By the end of the course, you'll have a daily implementation plan to take your students' number sense to new heights.
Math Instructional Leaders Network View offerings/not available icon
The Math Instructional Leaders Network is a professional learning community designed for math coaches and consultants working in and around Kalamazoo County. Through this program, participants will have the opportunity to collaborate with peers, share resources, and deepen their knowledge of effective mathematics instruction. The program will focus on four key areas of development: impactful practices for mathematics instruction, effectively coaching mathematics teachers, building a common langu
Math Recovery Implementation Support View offerings/not available icon
This series will provide districts with opportunities to plan, implement, and evaluate Math Recovery course content into building and district services. Teachers and leaders will review Math Recovery course content and work toward implementation of the Guiding Principles of Math Recovery instruction.
The Power of Mathematical Routines in the Secondary Classroom View offerings/not available icon
In this session, participants will learn about mathematical routines that they can use to support all students' access to grade-level content. These routines, done regularly, can benefit all students by providing opportunities for students to use language to discuss the math content they are learning. The routines are designed to support a variety of language-focused skill growth: from reinforcing mathematical terminology to scaffolding conversations to providing opportunities for students to
Multilingual Learners 
Culturally Responsive & Inclusive Learning Environments for Multilingual Learners View offerings/not available icon
While multilingual learners enter our schools and classrooms with specific needs for developing academic English language, they also bring with them a wealth of cultural knowledge and linguistic resources. This workshop will help us engage Culturally Responsive Practices as an instructional strategy, mindset, and practice that cultivate classroom environments and implement teacher practices designed to improve the learning capacity of all students, especially those of historically marginalized s
EL Consortium of Southwest Michigan Regional Network Meetings View offerings/not available icon
The EL Consortium of Southwest Michigan has Regional Network Meetings for the educators and administrators of Calhoun, Kalamazoo, St. Joe, Barry & Branch Counties supporting multilingual learners (English learners). These meetings are open to members and non-members of the Consortium to support the planning and supports for English learners within our schools and districts.
Kalamazoo Multilingual Learners Collaborative View offerings/not available icon
The Kalamazoo Multilingual Learners Collaborative is a professional development group aimed at providing educators with the opportunity to share resources and best practices to better serve multilingual learners. The group is open to all educators who work with multilingual learners, including classroom teachers, specialists, administrators, and support staff. Throughout the program, participants will have the opportunity to connect and collaborate with educators across the county, building rela
Multilingual Learner Systems Support Series View offerings/not available icon
This series supports administrators and EL coordinators/directors with implementing best practices for multilingual learners and developing equitable systems within their district. Based on common challenges and problems of practice, this series is an informal and collaborative session focused on shared learning and supported work time. Participants are encouraged to drop in for support as needed.
SIOP - Flipped! View offerings/not available icon
The Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP)® Model is a research-based and validated instructional model that has proven effective in addressing the academic needs of multilingual learners. This training familiarizes educators with the eight components of the SIOP Model and their corresponding features in order to support multilingual learners in learning language and content simultaneously, making grade-level content accessible. Delivered virtually with 6 synchronous (live) and 5 asyn
SIOP for Paraprofessionals View offerings/not available icon
The Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP)® Model is a research-based and validated instructional model that has proven effective in addressing the academic needs of multilingual learners. This training familiarizes paraprofessionals with the eight components of the SIOP® Model and their corresponding features in order to support multilingual learners in learning language and content simultaneously, making grade-level content accessible. Tailored to the specialized role that paraprofe
SIOP Network View offerings/not available icon
You completed SIOP training - now what? Join a facilitated conversation for educators who have been through SIOP (Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol) training, and want to connect with others to process how implementation is going and gain new insights into applying the SIOP Model.
Unpacking WIDA's ELD Standards Series View offerings/not available icon
For those ready to dive into the WIDA ELD Standards Framework, 2020 Edition, this 3-part series accompanies WIDA’s eWorkshop The WIDA ELD Standards Framework: A Collaborative Approach. It provides a space to unpack and process the deep learning that WIDA’s new standards offer and to practice implementation in a supported environment. With three opportunities to check-in and build on the learning of the asynchronous modules available through WIDA’s Secure Portal, you can gain confidence and exper
WIDA ACCESS for ELLs Training View offerings/not available icon
This virtual workshop prepares test administrators and test coordinators to administer and manage the WIDA ACCESS for ELLs Online, Alternate ACCESS, and Kindergarten ACCESS. Covering the two levels of roles and responsibilities, test administration will be covered in the first half of the training and coordination responsibilities will be covered in the second half of the training. This training is supplemental to WIDA’s Secure Portal required training modules for WIDA ACCESS, providing tips, tr
WIDA Screener Training View offerings/not available icon
This workshop prepares test administrators and test coordinators to administer and manage the WIDA Screener K-12. Covering the two levels of roles and responsibilities, test administration will be covered in the first half of the training and coordination responsibilities will be covered in the second half of the training. This training is supplemental to WIDA’s Secure Portal required training modules for the WIDA Screener, providing tips and tricks to make coordination and administration of the
Professional Collaboration 
Educating Outside The Box Symposium View offerings/not available icon
On November 3rd, Kalamazoo RESA will be sponsoring our 4th Annual Educating Outside the Box Symposium for educators and community agencies in the Greater Kalamazoo Area. Our mission is to enhance the sense of efficacy and self-confidence among our young people by providing relevant learning and supports for those who educate and interact with them on a daily basis.
EL Consortium of Southwest Michigan Regional Network Meetings View offerings/not available icon
The EL Consortium of Southwest Michigan has Regional Network Meetings for the educators and administrators of Calhoun, Kalamazoo, St. Joe, Barry & Branch Counties supporting multilingual learners (English learners). These meetings are open to members and non-members of the Consortium to support the planning and supports for English learners within our schools and districts.
GKAIPN Leadership Meetings View offerings/not available icon
This cross-county regional network was formed as an avenue for communication and collaboration among principals/directors/administrators of programs similar to yours. It is very informal, free of charge, and the group defines the agenda and the focus for each meeting. Our goal is for each meeting to include some professional learning, some sharing of success stories or program overview, and time for networking and collaboration around topics that are relevant to the group. These are bi-monthly
Kalamazoo Multilingual Learners Collaborative View offerings/not available icon
The Kalamazoo Multilingual Learners Collaborative is a professional development group aimed at providing educators with the opportunity to share resources and best practices to better serve multilingual learners. The group is open to all educators who work with multilingual learners, including classroom teachers, specialists, administrators, and support staff. Throughout the program, participants will have the opportunity to connect and collaborate with educators across the county, building rela
Math Instructional Leaders Network View offerings/not available icon
The Math Instructional Leaders Network is a professional learning community designed for math coaches and consultants working in and around Kalamazoo County. Through this program, participants will have the opportunity to collaborate with peers, share resources, and deepen their knowledge of effective mathematics instruction. The program will focus on four key areas of development: impactful practices for mathematics instruction, effectively coaching mathematics teachers, building a common langu
Math Recovery Implementation Support View offerings/not available icon
This series will provide districts with opportunities to plan, implement, and evaluate Math Recovery course content into building and district services. Teachers and leaders will review Math Recovery course content and work toward implementation of the Guiding Principles of Math Recovery instruction.
Multilingual Learner Systems Support Series View offerings/not available icon
This series supports administrators and EL coordinators/directors with implementing best practices for multilingual learners and developing equitable systems within their district. Based on common challenges and problems of practice, this series is an informal and collaborative session focused on shared learning and supported work time. Participants are encouraged to drop in for support as needed.
Principals of Southwest Michigan (SWMIPALS) View offerings/not available icon
Bi Monthly 3 hour meetings virtual meetings. This cross-county regional network was formed as an avenue for communication and collaboration among administrators in elementary and middle school programs. It is very informal, free of charge, and the group defines the agenda and the focus for each meeting. Our goal is for each meeting to include some professional learning, some sharing of success stories or program overview, and time for networking and collaboration around topics that are relevant
Regional State & Federal Grant Support Series View offerings/not available icon
The three-part series will provide district leaders with updates, training and supports to align continuous improvement processes and structures with federal and state requirements.
School Improvement 
Principals of Southwest Michigan (SWMIPALS) View offerings/not available icon
Bi Monthly 3 hour meetings virtual meetings. This cross-county regional network was formed as an avenue for communication and collaboration among administrators in elementary and middle school programs. It is very informal, free of charge, and the group defines the agenda and the focus for each meeting. Our goal is for each meeting to include some professional learning, some sharing of success stories or program overview, and time for networking and collaboration around topics that are relevant
Regional State and Federal Grant Support Series View offerings/not available icon
The three-part series will provide district leaders with updates, training and supports to align continuous improvement processes and structures with federal and state requirements;
Science
Supporting Student Modeling in Science View offerings/not available icon
The purpose of a scientific model is for “describing, explaining, and predicting natural phenomena and communicating scientific ideas to others” (Oh and Oh 2011). Through engaging with their peers in the development and revision of model they can surface their thinking around phenomena and engineering problems. This professional learning series will focus on the processes and strategies for supporting this work.
Social Studies
C3 Framework View offerings/not available icon
This series is designed to empower educators with the knowledge and skills needed to excel in the ever-evolving landscape of social studies education. Our central aim is to introduce teachers to the C3 Framework, providing them with a comprehensive foundation in its key components.
Special Education 
MiSchoolData and the Special Education Dashboard View offerings/not available icon
This session will explore the Special Education Dashboard in the MiSchoolData portal. Participants will navigate the dashboard and explore accessible data. Participants MUST be prepared to login by Third Party with a username/password to access the site.
The Classroom Toolbox: Strategies for Inclusive Practices View offerings/not available icon
This interactive workshop will provide participants with a toolbox of high leverage practices to foster an inclusive environment(s) for learners. Participants will learn evidence-based interventions and strategies they can use in their classrooms to increase active participation for students with and without disabilities. These engagement strategies will focus on yielding positive results related to socio-emotional and behavioral development. There is an elementary cohort and a secondary cohort
Beyond Tiered supports for ALL learners! View offerings/not available icon
Positive behavior intervention supports can benefit and be incorporated for all students, not just those who are special education eligible. In this training, participants will learn how tier supports can be generalized for all students, examples of how to incorporate strategies into your classroom and to improve outcomes for ALL learners
How and When to Develop FBA’s and PBSP’s View offerings/not available icon
This training is for participants to learn and discuss how and when it is appropriate to develop a Functional Behavior Assessment (FBA). Staff will interpret what to do with the information that is gained from the FBA and how to progress through completing a PBSP (Positive Behavior Support Plan). This training will also discuss the importance of developing a fidelity checklist to ensure consistency with the behavior plan.
STEM

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