Award Recipients Congratulations to all the recipients, thank you for all you do!
Leadership- Sheryl Burnham
Yes, I Can- Noah Braaton
Teacher/Para Team- PVSS Teacher/Para Team Denice Ler-SpEd teacher, Estelle Nagel- classroom teacher and paras Kaysie Barnhart, Shiela Marker, Phyllis Stitt, Alysia Beery, and Megan Volbrecht
Terri Fisk Paraprofessional- Shelby Haynie and Peggy Deveny
Vision and Voice: Sidney- January 22 8:45-3:15 and Miles City- January 23 8:45-3:15
Vision & Voice
Using Data to Inform Decisions and Direction
Steve York and Kim York
Overview of the Day
By the end of the day, you will have gained strategies to:
- Analyze your school’s student voice data by drilling down to formulate questions to use in gaining more insight into student perceptions of their school experience.
- Use questions formulated to design and conduct focus groups.
- Use focus group response trends to develop concrete action plans to effect positive change in students’ school perceptions of their overall school journey.
- Assess future surveys to determine if action plans need modification.
- Understand how staff and parent surveys impact the process of changing school culture.
- PLEASE BRING ANY STUDENT DATA TO WORK WITH!
Sidney location registration Miles City location registration
MCEC- February 20-22, Colonial Inn in Helena
CASE HYBRID Virtual conference March 7 at PVSS
Data Driven accountability. This is a live telecast of the National CASE conference
CASEcec.org for the flyer CASE registration
EARLY LEARNING Training Day- April 12, at DCC
Two half day sessions STEM and Heggerty Phonemic Awareness
Kindergarten & 1st grade section registration
Preschool/Head Start section registration
Must register by March 1 to reserve a book.
June 10-11, at Miles Community College with Dr. Linda Karges-Bone
Classroom Management ER, Parent/Teacher Connections, and Trauma Informed Care
June 12, at DCC with Cheri Reid and Windmills training
What is the "Windmills" Training Program? Revised in 2016, "Windmills" is a high-impact, changing the perception of disability training curriculum. The program consists of 12 modules that use participation and discovery as learning vehicles. http://miltwright.com/products/windmills.htm#what
June 13, at DCC with Dori Phillips and Annie Beggar, PreK-5th grade Math
Autism Education Project:
FREE Online Autism Training
The OPI Montana Autism Education Project is offering 83 hours of online training in Teaching Procedures, Behavior Interventions and Focused Topics to public school staff in Montana who educate students with autism spectrum disorders. The training can provide 78 OPI Continuing Education Units.A listing and description of the training content can be found here. The training can be taken for OPI renewal units and ASHA CEUs and SWP/MFT/LAC/ CEUs.
The next group will start in mid-August and monthly after that.
For more information please contact Doug Doty at 406-459-5303 or email@example.com.
CSPD events are free of charge and offers CEUs/Renewal units for all trainings.