General Teachers (Pre-K - Grade 12) [clear filter]
Monday, July 17

10:45am EDT

Building Greatness: Morale, Methodology, and Momentum
For her book series, Deliberate Teaching Practices, Brooke Cushwa uses several research-based strategies to deepen professional development, including incremental, granular improvements; self-reflection; increasing personal power and ownership; and celebrating successes. This workshop will help teachers and leaders to utilize more reflective practices and two-way dialogue to encourage leadership, morale, momentum, and methodology both for themselves and other educators.

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Brooke Cushwa

GATE Coach, Greenville County Schools
I am a GATE Coach in Greenville County Schools and a published author of professional development books for teachers. Coaching both new and experienced teachers is my passion. Feel free to check out my book, Classroom Creation Guide, at deliberateteachingpractices.com.

Monday July 17, 2023 10:45am - 12:45pm EDT

12:00pm EDT

Teaching With Heart – How taking care of yourself takes care of the classroom
Join experienced educators (over 45 years combined), Cindy and Jennifer, in learning ways to alleviate stress in order to reinvigorate and energize your teaching. If you are feeling overwhelmed, we have strategies to prepare you to be the best teacher you can be for yourself, your students, and your community. Focusing on stress relief and time management, we start you on a path of taking small steps day by day to find the best way to care for yourself and your students.

Monday July 17, 2023 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT

2:00pm EDT

Tier 1 Supports and Co-Teaching
Participants will get an overview on co-teaching fundamentals. We will discuss the 6 models of co-teaching, planning with a co-teacher, and how to use variability & differentiatiation in an inclusive setting.

Monday July 17, 2023 2:00pm - 4:00pm EDT
Tuesday, July 18

1:00pm EDT

Structured Teaching for Students with Autism
Help students with autism and other disabilities be successfull in the classroom with Structure Teaching. The WHAT and WHY of Structured Teaching. Structured Teaching is a system for organizing their environments, developing appropriate activities, and helping people with autism understand what is expected of them. Structured Teaching addresses challenging behaviors in a proactive manner by creating appropriate and meaningful environments that reduce the stress, anxiety and frustration which may be experienced by children with autism.


Tuesday July 18, 2023 1:00pm - 4:00pm EDT

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