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Summer 2014 Professional Development Sessions

SUMMER Professional Development Sessions, 2014

 

Summer 2014 Professional Development Sessions
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Who May Attend:    Any public school teacher, administrator, or school board member from the fifteen school systems served by Jacksonville State University, may attend any session.  All training is free of charge.  Participants may be asked to provide the cost of lodging or registration in some sessions if applicable.

If you would like to receive Continuing Education Credit for your participation you must register on STIPD.

Registration Directions: 

If you have an STIPD Account:

You may go online to https://pdweb.alsde.edu and follow the registration prompts.

If your user name and/or password do not work, please contact the system-level PD coordinator for your school district.

If you are a public school teacher, administrator, or school board member and do not have an STIPD Account, please contact the system-level PD coordinator for your school district.

*Registrations will not be accepted by phone.

If you register for a session on STIPD and are unable to attend, please go online and cancel your registration. Sessions that accommodate a limited number of participants will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.  You will be notified by email if a session for which you have registered is filled.

Cancellation of Sessions: If there is not a sufficient number of registrations five working days prior to a workshop, it will be canceled.  Registrants will be notified by email or phone.

Please do not bring children to sessions.

Location:  All sessions, unless otherwise noted, are held in the Second Floor Conference area of JSU, McClellan, 100 Gamecock Drive, Anniston, Alabama and NOT ON THE MAIN JSU CAMPUS.

 

 JSU15732-14

From the Midnight Ride to Lady Liberty

July 16-21, 2014

Please join the JSU In-Service Center for a study tour of historical Boston and the Freedom Trail of Paul Revere, the Kennedy Library, and other noted venues within the area that relate to the foundation of America. Following two nights at the Boston Courtyard, the tour will advance to New York City by bus, for three nights at the Courtyard, Times Square, and climax with the very symbol of the freedom that prompted the ride of Paul Revere, Lady Liberty herself. The New York portion of the tour will include study tours, as well as a theatre performance. The cost of this experience to include airfare into Boston and out of New York City is $950.00. The tour will begin on July 16, 2014 with a flight out of Atlanta and return to Atlanta from New York City on July 21, 2014. All meals are the responsibility of the participant. Please mail a deposit check for $50.00, to be included in the limited number of spaces available. At the receipt of your deposit and registration, your participation will be confirmed. Payments toward the remaining $900.00 will be accepted until July 7, 2014, at which time the full $950.00 must be received by our office at JSU In-Service Center, JSU McClellan, 100 Gamecock Drive, Anniston, Alabama 36205.

 JSU15734-14

Maintaining Success when Losing Control

Erika Bell and Brooke McFry, Instructors

June 17, 2014

8:30 AM – 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

Embrace the creative chaos of collaboration and co-teaching, 21st Century style!  Attendees will discover how a content area teacher and an ESL teacher use technology to revolutionize the way they collaborate.  This dynamic duo will explain and demonstrate how they plan and design meaningful project based learning (PBL) units using Google Docs and Google Drive with the Intel PBL model.  Their approach allows them to plan for the unique learning needs of all students, especially English  Language learners. Additionally, attendees will learn procedures and strategies for strengthening their classroom management.  Attendees should have basic classroom management knowledge,  A general understanding of collaborative teaching, and moderately comfortable exploring new technology.  Please bring a fully charged laptop for maximum experience during this session.

JSU15736-14

Teaching Math with Lego Building Blocks

Shannon Tillison, Instructor

July 9, 2014

8:30-11:30 AM

Appropriate for teachers of 3-5

Participants in this session will learn how to use Lego blocks as a math manipulative.   As a result, they will be able to produce math students that also have spatial and proportional awareness.  Participants will also learn how to use an Apple and/or android app for making stop motion movies that will increase motivation and participation in the session.  This presentation covers certain standards from all five domains of the Alabama Course of Study for Mathematics Grades 3-5, with some appropriate activities for lower grades.

JSU15737-14

Making Small Group and Literacy Stations Work For You

Candy Mahaffey, Instructor

June 23, 2014

8:30 AM – 11:30 AM – 12:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Appropriate for teachers of K-2

Participants will engage in activities and discussions relative to how to effectively provide small group differentiated instruction and purposeful literacy stations which can lead to improved student learning.  The group will examine how to ensure students are purposefully engaged in meaningful activities while teachers are providing small group instruction in the classroom.

JSU15738-14

Why Hard Work Isn’t Enough

Bill Naugher, Instructor

June 23, 2014

8:30 – 11:30 AM

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

Teachers are some of the hardest working people in America.  Each day they arrive early, leave late, and often work nights and weekends.  Unfortunately, according to our data, hard work simply isn’t enough.  Many teachers continue teaching the same way they were taught and simply pray for better results.  Discover the main reasons our data isn’t moving and what we can change to help every student succeed.

 JSU15739-14

My Students are Stressing Me Out!

Bill Naugher, Instructor

June 23, 2014

12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

Are your students driving you crazy?  Are you drained at the end of each school day? Are you ready for a nap when the 3:00 bell rings?  Do you find yourself looking in the employment section of the Sunday paper or on the Internet, thinking of changing jobs?  Stop! There are proven strategies you can use to restore your mental health, and regain your sanity and happiness.

JSU15740-14

Survey of Hot Topics in Education

Bill Naugher, Instructor

June 25, 2014

8:30 – 11:30 AM

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

This session takes an in-depth look at the educational issues we face in our schools across the state.  These issues include:  homework, lack of student motivation, high-stakes testing, vertical planning, feeder patterns, student engagement, strategic teaching, formative assessment, layers of support, test score improvement, best practices, brain-based learning, CCRS implementation, developing avid readers, discipline, and vocabulary in the content.

JSU15741-14

Motivating Students in Rural Schools

Bill Naugher, Instructor

June 24, 2014

8:30 – 11:30 AM

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

Although some students come to school already motivated – most do not!  Without motivation, the hope for success is slim.  In order for motivation strategies to be effective, it is important that we know our students, understand their background, and develop a specific program that will fit their needs.  This seminar focuses on the unique needs of students in rural settings and how to develop a motivational program that will foster their success.

JSU15742-14

Motivating Students in Urban Schools

Bill Naugher, Instructor

June 24, 2014

12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

Although some students come to school already motivated – most do not!  Without motivation, the hope for success is slim.  In order for motivation strategies to be effective, it is important that we know our students, understand their background and develop a specific program that will fit their needs.  This seminar focuses on the unique needs of students in urban settings and how to develop a motivational program that will foster their success.

JSU15743-14

Embracing Change

Bill Naugher, Instructor

June 25, 2014

12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

Although many schools and teachers resist it, change is inevitable.  While change is often scary, without it, schools, school districts and teachers, as well will lose their enthusiasm and become stale or antiquated. This seminar will examine how to embrace change and use it to maximize your effectiveness.

JSU15744-14

QR Codes and Digital Storytelling in the Early Childhood Classroom

Aimee Weathers, Instructor

June 20, 2014          

8:30 – 12:30 AM

Appropriate for teachers of K-3

Literacy explodes when students are highly engaged in learning.  Come and learn how to incorporate digital storytelling and QR codes into your early childhood classroom.  Participants will use popular free apps to learn the basics of digital storytelling and QR code creation.  This session, for teachers with basic computer skills, will be interactive, so be sure to bring a fully charged, IPhone, IPad, or IPod.  This session is for classrooms with any level of technology available.  A Facebook page will be created as a follow-up for collaboration and questions and answers.

JSU15745-14

Core Connections:  Argumentative/Persuasive Writing for College and Career Readiness and ACT Aspire Writing

Rick Shelton, Instructor

June 16, 2014

8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate for teachers of 5-12

This session will focus on many of the aspects of teaching argumentative/persuasive writing, with special emphasis on integrating the CCRS with ACT aspire Writing Rubrics.  Participants will create structures for essays and work on formulating an argumentative/persuasive stance, creating an overview of the issue at hand, writing about texts, differentiating between opinion and argument, creating a flow of ideas, as well as using prior knowledge, research and elaborative skills to write detailed paragraphs.  Special attention will also be given to creating compelling introductions and conclusions.

JSU15746-14

Core Connections:  Expository/Explanatory Writing for College and Career Readiness and Act Aspire Writing

Rich Shelton, Instructor

June 17, 2014

8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate for teachers of 3-12

This session will focus on many of the aspects of teaching expository/explanatory writing, with special emphasis on integrating the CCRS with ACT Aspire Writing Rubrics.  Participants will create structures for essays and work on explanatory description, writing about texts, differentiating between opinion and explanation, creating a flow of ideas, as well as using prior knowledge and elaborative skills to write detailed paragraphs.  Special attention will also be given to creating compelling introductions and conclusions.

JSUI5748-14

Core Connections:  Narrative Writing for College and Career Readiness and ACT Aspire Writing Readiness and Act Aspire Writing

Rick Shelton, Instructor

June 18, 2014

8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate for teachers of 3-8

This session will focus on many of the aspects of teaching narrative writing, with special emphasis on integrating the CCRS with ACT Aspire Writing Rubrics.  Participants will create structures for narratives and work on narrative description, time frame management, dialogue and narrative paragraphing, among other story-writing techniques and strategies.

JSU15747-14

National Boards: You Can Do It! We Can Help!

Amber Trantham, Instructor

June 5, 2014

8:30 – 11:30 AM

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

The National Board for Professional Teaching Standards has revised their certification process to be more accessible in terms of time and money.  Come learn more about the new certification process, grants and funding available, and the resources at your disposal.  Candidate Support Providers certified by National Boards will be on hand to answer questions and provide guidance for prospective candidates. 

JSU15749-14

Teaching Digital Citizenship for K-6th Students

Amber Trantham, Instructor

June 5, 2014

12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate for teachers of K-6

Bring Your Own Device schools and One-to-One technology initiatives have vastly changed the look of classrooms and instruction. But with students spending more hours "plugged in" during school hours, teachers are left with the difficult task of monitoring and protecting students on-line. This course will cover tools for promoting digital citizenship. Learn about the resources available to help your students stay safe, responsible, and respectful in the virtual world both in and out of school. 

 

JSU15750-14

Parent Communication: Building an Unbreakable Bond

Amber Trantham, Instructor

June 30, 2014

8:30 – 11:30 AM

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

Dealing with parents is one of the more difficult aspects of teaching.  It wasn't covered in our coursework and for many it is the least favorite aspect of the job. But building relationships with the families of our students is essential to supporting the education that goes on in school. This interactive class will have participants reflect on how their own personalities and backgrounds impact the way we communicate with others and help them utilize methods to connect with even the most distant parents.  

JSU15754-14

Leading to Change the Data:  Steps to Facilitating a Data Meeting to Create Questions and Next Steps for Learning Opportunities in All Contents

Karen Carr and Tricia Corbett, Instructors

June 16, 2014                      

8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate Audience:  Instructional Leaders, Counselors, Central Office Administrators

Participants will develop a guide for creating data meeting agendas, develop questions that will lead teachers to next steps for ALL students, and develop a routine for setting expectations to support the work (walkthroughs, professional learning, data meetings, planning sessions, etc.)

JSU15755-14

You Have the Data, Now What?

June 16, 2014                      

8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Keitha Segrest and Kathy Allen, Instructors

Appropriate Audience:  K-12 Teachers, Special Education Teachers, Counselors, Instructional Coaches/Specialists

Participants in this session will explore data and its purpose in changing instruction.  For this session, Explore data will be used a s a model; however, principles explored may be used with other data (Aspire, Plan, ACT, or other progress monitoring data specific to your school.)  Principles explored will be:  analyzing data to determine strengths and needs of the College and Career Ready Standards (CRS), utilization of steps of instruction, and planning appropriate strategic lessons based on needs.  Participants should bring appropriate school Explore data – Profile Summary Analysis, and Item Response Summary (for your content – Hy/SS will need reading data).  Those in attendance should leave with a model plan for classroom instruction.

 JSU15756-14

Planning Strategic Content Lessons Using College and Career Ready Standards

Keitha Segrest and Kim Mattox, Instructors

June 17, 2014                      

8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate Audience:  6-12 Science and Social Studies/History teachers

Participants will learn/review the strategic teaching process and will use this process to develop content lessons implementing the College and Career Ready Literacy Standards.  Participants will create a network of support and collaborate with a cohort of common content specialists to plan lessons to begin the new school year.

JSU15757-14

Tiered Instruction is a Process

Kathy Allen and Karen Carr, Instructors

June 18, 2014                      

8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate Audience:  Teachers of Grades K-5, Special Education Teachers, Administrators, Counselors, Instructional Specialists

Participants will delve into tiered instruction leading to whole group and small group management within the tiers.  Co-Teaching models (Special Education, Classroom Teachers) will be introduced within the three tiers.  Participants will take away instructional and management strategies to be used in the classroom.

JSU15758-14

Tiered Instruction is a Process

Keitha Segrest, Instructor

 June 18, 2014                     

8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate Audience:  Teachers of Grades 6-12, Special Education Teachers Administrators, Counselors, Instructional Specialists,

Participants will learn/review the strategic teaching process and will use this process to develop lessons implementing the College and Career Ready Standards.  Participants will create a network of support and collaborate with a cohort of ELA specialists to plan lessons to begin the new school year.

JSU15759-14

Planning Strategic ELA Lessons Using the College and Career Ready Standards

Karen Carr, Instructor

June 19, 2014                      

8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate Audience:  Teachers of Grades K-5

Participants will learn/review the strategic teaching process and will use this process to develop lessons implementing the College and Career Ready Standards.  Participants will create a network of support and collaborate with a cohort of ELA specialists to plan lessons to begin the new school year.  Each participant should bring ELA CCRS, Science and Social Studies COS, and materials to use to create upcoming lessons.  Each participant should bring their Course of Study, Content Literacy Standards, and other materials that would be helpful to plan upcoming lessons.

 

JSU15760-14

Planning Strategic ELA Lessons Using the College and Career Ready Standards

Keitha Segrest, Instructor

June 19, 2014                       8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate Audience:  Teachers of Grades 6-12 English, Language Arts

Participants will learn/review the strategic teaching process and will use this process to develop lessons implementing the College and Career Ready Standards.  Those in attendance will create a network of support and collaborate with a cohort of ELA specialists to plan lessons to begin the new school year.

JSU15761-14

Beginning Reading

ARI Instructors

July 28, 2014

8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate Audience:  New Teachers or Current Teachers who have never been ARI Certified

In this professional development series, participants will gain a deeper understanding of scientifically based reading research by exploring explicit and systematic instruction in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.  Participants will receive a 12-hour professional development certificate from Alabama Reading Initiative at the conclusion of the two-day session.

Participants must also attend, Strategic Teaching for Best Practices in the Content Areas (JSU15762-14) on July 29, to receive certification.

 

JSU15762-14

Strategic Teaching for Best Practices in the Content Areas

ARI Instructors

July 29, 2014

8:30 – 11:30 AM and 12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate Audience:  New Teachers or Current Teachers who have never been ARI Certified.

In this professional development series, participants will explore the process of incorporating purposeful planning, multiple strategies, connected strategies, content literacy standards, and explicit instruction to maximize the understanding and retention of content material.  Participants will receive a 12-hour professional development certificate from ARI at the conclusion of the two-day session.

Participants must also attend, Beginning Reading(15761-14) on July 28, to receive certification.

JSU15763-14

BYOD Applications for Classroom Instruction – Elementary Edition

Eric Lee, Instructor

July 14, 2014

8:30 – 11:30 AM

Appropriate for teachers of K-6

This three-hour session will introduce the participant to free web-based applications that play well with many device types and can be used for a variety of instructional situations.  Please note that this particular session will focus on applications and use in elementary classrooms (K-6).

JSU15764-14

BYOD Applications for Classroom Instruction – Secondary Edition

Eric Lee, Instructor

July 15, 2014            

8:30 – 11:30 AM

Appropriate for teachers of 7-12

This three-hour session will introduce the participant to free web-based applications that play well with many device types and can be used for a variety of instructional situations.  Please note that this particular session will focus on applications and use in the secondary classroom (7-12).

JSU15765-14

Creating Interactive Materials for the iPad – Part I

July 17, 2014            

8:30 – 11:30 AM

Eric Lee, Instructor

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

This three-hour session will introduce the participant to iBook Author, a free Mac-only application that enables one to make dynamic content that can be utilized by students on an iPad.  Note:  participants must bring a MacBook laptop to this session and, if available, an iPad with connecting USB cable.  The software will be supplied to the participant.

JSU15766-14

Creating Interactive Materials for the iPad – Part II

Eric Lee, Instructor

July 17, 2014            

12:30 – 3:30 PM

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

This three-hour session is the optional follow-up to the morning session.  During this time participants will begin developing materials using iBook Author that will be used in their individual classrooms.  Participants are encouraged to bring pictures, PDF files, video files, textbooks, any other resource they may need to develop interactive content for the iPad.  Note:  participants must bring a MacBook laptop to this session and, if available, an iPad with connecting USB cable.  Participants will have needed to have taken Part I earlier in the day or be familiar with the iBook Author software.  This is intended to be a “make and take” session with instructor help and support.

JSU15779-14

Georgia Aquarium “Beyond the Classroom” Tour K-5

June 12, 2014

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

Participants will leave JSU, McClellan by bus at 7:00 AM going to Atlanta, and the Georgia Aquarium for a behind the scenes tour, “Beyond the Classroom.” The tour will include participation in an Aqua Adventure Scavenger Hunt.  The Dolphin Show is also included during the day’s adventure.  Cost to participants is $10.00 per person registration fee.  Please make checks payable to Jacksonville State University and mail to 100 Gamecock Drive, Anniston, Al. 36205, ATTN:  Nancy.  Receipt of your check will confirm your place for this tour.  The bus will arrive back

at McClellan around 5:30 PM.  Lunch will be available in the Aquarium Café and is the responsibility of the participant.  You may also bring your lunch if so desired.  This tour is limited to current public school classroom teachers and administrators, please.

JSU15780-14

Georgia Aquarium “Beyond the Classroom” Tour 6-12

June 12, 2014

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

Participants will leave JSU, McClellan by bus at 7:00 AM going to Atlanta, and the Georgia Aquarium for a behind the scenes tour, “Beyond the Classroom.” The tour will include participation in an Aqua Adventure Scavenger Hunt. The Dolphin Show is also included during the day’s adventure.  Cost to participants is $10.00 per person registration fee.  Please make checks payable to Jacksonville State University and mail to 100 Gamecock Drive, Anniston, Al. 36205, ATTN:  Nancy.  Receipt of your check will confirm your place for this tour.  The bus will arrive back

at McClellan around 5:30 PM.  Lunch will be available in the Aquarium Café and is the responsibility of the participant.  You may also bring your lunch if so desired.  This tour is limited to current public school classroom teachers and administrators, please.

 

JSU15771-14

Discovering the 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies K-3

June 27, 2014

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

ALSDE will provide instructors

Discover the new 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies!  Participants will explore intent and position statements, course progressions, analyze and unpack standards and examine the literacy standards embedded in Grades K-3.

JSU15772-14

Discovering the 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies 4-6

June 27, 2014

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

ALSDE will provide instructors

Discover the new 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies!  Participants will explore intent and position statements, course progressions, analyze and unpack standards and examine the literacy standards embedded in Grades 4-6.

JSU15773-14

Discovering the 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies 7-9

June 27, 2014

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

ALSDE will provide instructors

Discover the new 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies!  Participants will explore intent and position statements, course progressions, analyze and unpack standards and examine the literacy standards embedded in Grades 7-9.

JSU15774-14

Discovering the 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies 10-12

June 27, 2014

8:30 AM – 12:30 PM

ALSDE will provide instructors

Discover the new 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies!  Participants will explore intent and position statements, course progressions, analyze and unpack standards and examine the literacy standards embedded in Grades 10-12.

JSU15775-14

Closing the Achievement Gap Conference

June 12, 2014                                   8:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Bessemer High School, 4950 Premiere Parkway, Bessemer, AL

The keynote speaker for this conference is Dr. Tonea Stewart.  Breakout Sessions will include, Culturally Responsive Teaching, High Impact Instruction, Collaborative Teaching and Universal Design. 

A proposal has been submitted to ALSDE to award a PLU for participation in this event.  It has not yet been addressed.

 

JSU15777-14

The National World War II Museum Tour

July 28-30, 2014

Grade Level:  K-12

Location: New Orleans, LA

Appropriate for teachers of K-12

Description: Teachers of all disciplines will want to experience this award-winning museum.  The National World War II Museum in New Orleans provides a moving and powerful message of patriotism and an appreciation for our veterans in both the European and Pacific Theatres during World War II. Bus transportation, lodging at Drury Inn, New Orleans, and registration cost are provided for a cost to each participant of $100.00, however, participants will be responsible for all meals. Pre-registration is mandatory, and will be confirmed when payment is received.  Rooms are based upon double occupancy and space is limited. Checks should be made payable to Jacksonville State University and mailed to 100 Gamecock Drive, Anniston, Al. 36205, ATTN:  Nancy.  Detail information will be forwarded to pre-registered participants.

JSU15778-14

Autism/Behavior Conference

June 25, 2014,

8:30 AM – 3:30 PM, and June 26, 2014, 8:30 AM – 12:00 Noon

Houston Cole Library, Eleventh Floor, JSU Campus, Jacksonville, Alabama

This two-day mini-conference will provide training for Crisis Management planning, Functional Behavior Assessment, Behavior Intervention Planning, Social/Behavior Story tools for the classroom and various other supports to help students with ASD to be successful in the classroom.This conference is being provided through a partnership between the Jacksonville State University College of Education and Professional Studies and the Psychology Department.  There will be a $35 registration fee to be paid at the door.  Checks need to be made payable to:  Jacksonville State University - Autism Conference. 

Discovering Alabama:  Connecting with Alabama’s Natural Diversity to Enhance Learning Across the Curriculum

Doug Phillips, Instructor

June 25, 2014,

10:00 AM – 12:00 Noon and 1:00 – 3:00 PM

Motivate your students to achieve at higher levels by making course content more locally relevant and personally meaningful.  Discovering Alabama,  the Emmy® Award-winning documentary TV series focusing on Alabama’s natural environment, is highly regarded throughout the state as an outstanding resource for teachers and students.  Each episode features a different aspect of Alabama’s natural diversity presented in a manner to support ACOS requirements for multiple subjects while also promoting environmental conservation and stewardship.  With almost 100 programs completed to date, the series is now expanding to offer eBooks, virtual field trips, and other opportunities for curriculum enrichment.  Attendees will enjoy a sneak preview of three upcoming new documentaries, “Alabama’s Coastal Paradise”, and will receive free Discovering Alabama DVDs, activity guides, and more surprises in this hands-on, minds-on workshop.  COME LEARN ABOUT ALABAMA’S NATURAL WONDERS, OBTAIN GREAT TEACHING MATERIALS AND ACTIVITIES, AND JOIN IN CELEBRATING DISCOVERING ALABAMA’S 30th YEAR!

Jacksonville State University
Summer, 2014
Quick Reference Chart

Date

STIPD #

Title

June 5, 2014

JSU15747-14

 

National Boards: You Can Do It! We Can Help!

 

June 5, 2014

JSU15749-14

 

Teaching Digital Citizenship for K-6th Students

 

June 12, 2013

JSU15779-14

 

Georgia Aquarium “Beyond the Classroom” Tour K-5

 

June 12, 2013

JSU15780-14

 

Georgia Aquarium “Beyond the Classroom” Tour 6-12

 

June 16, 2014

JSU15745-14

 

Core Connections:  Argumentative/Persuasive Writing for College and Career Readiness and ACT Aspire Writing

 

June 16, 2014

JSU15754-14

 

Leading to Change the Data:  Steps to Facilitating a Data Meeting to Create Questions and Next Steps for Learning Opportunities in All Contents

 

June 16, 2014           

JSU15755-14

 

You Have the Data, Now What?

 

June 17, 2014

JSU15734-14

Maintaining Success when Losing Control

June 17, 2014

JSU15746-14

 

Core Connections:  Expository/Explanatory Writing for College and Career Readiness and Act Aspire Writing

 

June 17, 2014           

JSU15756-14

 

Planning Strategic Content Lessons Using College and Career Ready Standards

 

June 18, 2014

JSU15748-14

 

Core Connections:  Narrative Writing for College and Career Readiness and ACT Aspire Writing Readiness and Act Aspire Writing

 

 

June 18, 2014           

JSU15757-14

 

Tiered Instruction is a Process

 

June 18, 2014

JSU15758-14

 

Tiered Instruction is a Process

 

June 19, 2014           

JSU15759-14

 

Planning Strategic ELA Lessons Using the College and Career Ready Standards

 

June 19, 2014           

JSU15760-14

 

Planning Strategic ELA Lessons Using the College and Career Ready Standards

 

June 20, 2014

JSU15744-14

 

QR Codes and Digital Storytelling in the Early Childhood Classroom

 

June 23, 2014

JSU15738-14

Why Hard Work Isn’t Enough

June 23, 2014

JSU15739-14

My Students are Stressing Me Out!

June 23, 2014

JSU15737-14

Making Small Group and Literacy Stations Work For You

June 24, 2014

JSU15741-14

 

Motivating Students in Rural Schools

 

June 24, 2014

JSU15742-14

 

Motivating Students in Urban Schools

 

June 25, 2014

JSU15740-14

 

Survey of Hot Topics in Education

 

June 25, 2014

JSU15743-14

 

Embracing Change

 

June 25, 2014,

JSU15778-14

 

Autism/Behavior Conference

 

June 25, 2014

JSU15781-14

 

Discovering Alabama:  Connecting with Alabama’s Natural Diversity to Enhance Learning Across the Curriculum

 

June 27, 2014

JSU15771-14

 

Discovering the 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies K-3

 

 

 

June 27, 2014

JSU15772-14

 

Discovering the 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies 4-6

 

June 27, 2014

JSU15773-14

 

Discovering the 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies 7-9

 

June 27, 2014

JSU15774-14

 

Discovering the 2010 Alabama Course of Study:  Social Studies 10-12

 

June 30, 2014

JSU15750-14

 

Parent Communication: Building an Unbreakable Bond

 

July 9, 2014

JSU15736-14

Teaching Math with Lego Building Blocks

July 14, 2014

JSU15763-14

 

BYOD Applications for Classroom Instruction – Elementary Edition

 

July 15, 2014

JSU15764-14

 

BYOD Applications for Classroom Instruction – Secondary Edition

 

July 16-21, 2014

JSU15732-14

 

From the Midnight Ride to Lady Liberty

 

July 17, 2014

JSU15765-14

 

Creating Interactive Materials for the iPad – Part I

July 17, 2014

JSU15766-14

Creating Interactive Materials for the iPad – Part II

July 28, 2014

JSU15761-14

 

Beginning Reading

 

July 29, 2014

JSU15762-14

 

Strategic Teaching for Best Practices in the Content Areas

July 28-30, 2014

JSU15777-14

 

The National World War II Museum Tour

 

                                                           

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