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1 June Edmond North High School Cost: $500 T F Principals Class - Great Leaders make a GREAT Difference!: All Principals (4 Days) T & W A.C.T.I.V.A.T.E. Your Classroom!: 3-6 New! Beyond the Basal: Creative and Effective Strategies for Reading Comprehension: 2-6 Catch Them before They Fall: PK-2 Color Your World with Literacy, Math and Learning: PK-4 Comprehension Campout: K-6 Discipline! Mastering Best Practices: PK-6 The First Eight Days the GE Way: PK-3 Games + Fun = Learning: K-12 New! Make and Take x 4 Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies: PK-3 New! Math in the Middle: 4-8 A New (Scientific) Look at Nursery Rhymes /Fables: PK-5 New! Teaching Critical Thinking Skills: PK-12 Wiggles to Word Champs: PK-2 Th & F A.C.T.I.V.A.T.E. Your Classroom!: 3-6 New! Beyond the Basal: Creative and Effective Strategies for Reading Comprehension: 2-6 Catch Them before They Fall: PK-2 Color Your World with Literacy, Math and Learning: PK-4 Comprehension Campout: K-6 Engaging the Brain for Learner Success: PK-6 The First Eight Days the GE Way: PK-3 More Games + Fun = Learning: 3-12 New! Make and Take x 4 Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies: PK-3 New! Math in the Middle: 4-8 New! A New (Scientific) Look at Nursery Rhymes /Fables Another Dose: PK-5 New! Teaching Students with Severe Behavior Disorders: PK-12 Wiggles to Word Champs: PK-2

2 Principals Class Great Leaders make a GREAT Difference!: All Principals (4 Days) Instructors: Kim Iraggi & Margaret Saunders-Simpson Areas of Focus: Leadership training, School-wide Implementation of GE, Scholarly reviews of current educational literature Great Leaders do make a GREAT Difference! YOU are the deciding factor in your school's ability to become a beacon of academic excellence. You set the tone for a school climate of mutual respect. Great Leaders, in fact, do produce results. Results are the outcomes generated via the influence of the leader. This year's Principals Class will allow you to examine the most current educational and leadership literature and research. Principals will share best practices in implementing GE school-wide. Attend the GE Principals Class and become a GREAT Leader! An Effective Leader = Attributes x Results (Zenger-Folkman in The Extraordinary Leader) A.C.T.I.V.A.T.E. Your Classroom!: 3 6 Instructor: Joy Osborne Focus: Common Core, teacher effectiveness in accordance to new evaluations, hands-on learning, music as a reading tool, technology, foldables, multiple meaning vocabulary, critical thinking, integration of contents, and comprehension. A: Academic achievement (test strategies and formative assessments) C: Comprehension (genres, nonfiction, task cards, reciprocal teaching) T: Technology (scavenger hunts, QR codes and more) I: Interactive note booking (organization, foldables, and reference skills) V: Vocabulary (academic and multi-meaning) A: Accuracy (monitor, prior knowledge, and Reader s Theatre) T: Tunes (using music to teach figurative language and fluency) E: Engage all learners through exciting new ways to learn Participants are encouraged to bring a flash drive to copy and save materials on and take back to the classroom and use immediately. New! Beyond the Basal: Creative and Effective Strategies for Reading Comprehension: 2 6 Instructor: Delois Byrd PASS objectives I will cover: Main idea and details Pre-reading strategies: making predictions and activating schema Inferences Compare and contrast Context clues Cause and effect Character traits and motivation

3 Vocabulary and word analysis Writing about text Marzano best practices I plan to incorporate: Cooperative learning Learning goals and scales Student engagement through academic movement and physical activity Connections to GE practices: #4: Curriculum integration #5: Critical thinking skills #8: Enriched vocabulary #11: Word identification skills Catch Them before They Fall: PK 2 Instructors: Michelle Hoelscher & Brandy Peters Areas of Focus: Common Core Benchmark, strategic, intensive, oh my! Data should never make you cry!! This class will be filled with common core lesson ideas, make and take activities, teaching strategies, and intervention lessons that will bring your data to life as you work to catch your students before they fall. Color Your World with Literacy, Math and Learning: PK 4 Instructor: Debbie Flowers Areas of Focus: Literacy, Math, Critical Thinking and Integration Color Your World with Creative Centers and Math Activities will motivate your students to learn independently and in cooperative learning groups. This class will provide specific ideas to connect to state and national standards to increase test scores as well as make learning fun in your classroom. There will be many opportunities to make activities and manipulatives to take back to your classroom. Comprehension Campout: K 6 Instructor: Amanda Wilson Areas of Focus: Reading, Language Arts, Writing, Spelling with Adaptations for All Subjects Ever feel like you are roughing it when it comes to standards-based lesson planning? Not anymore!!! Brought back by popular demand, Comprehension Campout promises pedagogical theory and practical application in the area of literacy and language arts. Gather around while we camp out all week with research-based make and take items including: think clouds, nonfiction walk, color block retelling, a strategies poster and much, much more. Discipline! Mastering Best Practices: PK 6 Instructors: Lynda Runner and/or Susan Early Areas of Focus: Classroom Management, Differentiated Instruction, and Critical Thinking Skills.

4 Investigate ways to set the ideal tone in your classroom through Positive Discipline, learn how the brain influences behavior, and examine classroom management strategies. This session will also give you an expanded understanding of the Seven Keys to Discipline, teaching methods based on Kohlberg s levels of intrinsic motivation, and techniques for dealing with the hard-toreach student. We will focus on teaching from the heart and being proactive with discipline techniques that stop misbehaviors before they become a problem. We will also connect our learning to the PASS objectives and national standards. Come and develop ideas to put into your class the first day of school to make sure your classroom has a WIN/WIN atmosphere! Engaging the Brain for Learner Success: PK 6 Instructors: Susan Early and/or Lynda Runner Areas of Focus: Classroom Management and All Subject Areas. Participate in the eight most important ways to transition students brains for different kinds of learning. Eric Jensen s techniques for managing students states will be explored and practiced so you will be ready to take these tools back to your classroom and implement them immediately. Manage students emotional states and thereby achieve success in meeting your teaching objectives. The First Eight Days the GE Way: PK 3 Instructor: Kelli Dighton Areas of Focus: Literacy, Math, Social Studies, Science, Enriched Vocabulary and Social Skills This is course is designed to help you implement procedures and set expectations that will ensure success in both academic and social settings in your classroom. The First Eight Days the GE Way will offer simple and effective techniques that enhance student achievement through practicing and modeling the 17 practices, Eight Expectations, and Magic Triad. Opportunities to make and take simple materials to enhance your GE classroom will be provided. Games + Fun = Learning: K 12 Instructor: Trish Waller Areas of Focus: Critical Thinking, Differentiated Instruction, and Make & Take. Do you have the TESTING BLUES? Don t let the pressure of testing ruin your LOVE of teaching. Learn how to make and use a variety of games to enhance the learning in your GREAT EXPECTATIONS classroom. Activities include Bingo, Tic Tac Toe, Jeopardy, and more! Adapt these activities to fit any subject at any level. Your students will be having so much fun they won t even realize they are learning. Participants are encouraged to bring their GREAT EXPECTATIONS Methodology Handbook to class. More Games + Fun = Learning: 3 12 Instructor: Trish Waller Areas of Focus: Critical Thinking, Differentiated Instruction, and Make & Take. Are you and your students feeling the stress of TESTING? This fun and active class is just what you need to add some pizzazz to your testing preparation. Activities include Musical

5 Chairs, Scavenger Hunt, Survivor, and more! Join Trish as she shares ways to engage students in learning as you implement the 17 GREAT EXPECTATIONS practices. You will leave with new activities to add to your testing bag of tricks. Participants are encouraged to bring their GREAT EXPECTATIONS Methodology Handbook to class. New! Make and Take x 4 Language Arts, Math, Science and Social Studies: PK 3 Instructor: Ashley Watters Be ready to have the time and supplies to make and take items to use in your own classroom in the areas of language arts, math, science and social studies. The supplies will be available with lots of patterns and ideas to share. These items will help you in meeting state and national standards and your own classroom objectives. New! Math in the Middle: 4 8 Instructor: Charrel Lenaburg Let's dig into the math standards for grades 4-8. We'll develop games for our most challenging standards and concepts and share some of our best ideas for websites, games and strategies. Interactive and hands-on! Be prepared to share! A New (Scientific) Look at Nursery Rhymes /Fables: PK-5 Instructor: Lisa Dunaway Areas of Focus: Science, Math, Journaling and Higher Level questions through familiar nursery rhymes This class presents easy and cheap cross-curriculum group projects and individual learning activities based from familiar nursery rhymes. Upper elementary students will enjoy the familiarity and exploring the rhymes from a different angle while younger students will be thrilled with the scientific magic. Teachers will appreciate the make and take experiments and ideas. New! A New (Scientific) Look at Nursery Rhymes /Fables Another Dose: PK 5 Instructor: Lisa Dunaway Areas of Focus: Science, Math and Writing This class presents more nursery rhymes with easy and cheap cross-curriculum group projects and individual learning activities based from familiar nursery rhymes. Upper elementary students will enjoy the familiarity and exploring the rhymes from a different angle while younger students will be thrilled with the scientific magic. Teachers will appreciate the make and take experiments and ideas. New! Teaching Critical Thinking Skills: PK 12 Instructor: Kim Pitner Examine thinking processes and strategies that will benefit learners in all areas of learning and living.

6 New! Teaching Students with Severe Behavior Disorders: PK 12 Instructors: Kim Pitner Focus: Bipolar, ODD, ADD, Poverty, Strong-willed, Autism, & Low Self-Esteem Children Having one or more students in your class who are challenging as well as time consuming can lead to quick teacher burnout. Knowing how to identify the characteristics for severe behavior disorders and strategies for helping the student succeed can bring back harmony to your classroom. Wiggles to Word Champs: PK 2 Instructor: Lisa Dunaway Areas of Focus: Vocabulary development/higher level questions through literature Take a journey through a year of literature used in an early childhood classroom. Explore new books, activities to make old stories new, and ways to teach across the curriculum using traditional stories and folklore.

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