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  • VEA Foundations 23-24

    Sep 30, 2023 9:00am Clock Hours Vancouver
    NBCT Cohort hosted by VEA will be in person in Clark County. VEA members will be given preference for available spaces. More information may be found on the VEA website www.vancouverea.org
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  • VEA NBCT Cohort Component Two

    Oct 4, 2023 5:00pm Clock Hours Vancouver
    NBCT Cohort hosted by VEA will be in person in Clark County. VEA members will be given preference for available spaces. More information may be found on the VEA website www.vancouverea.org
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  • SEA New Discipline Rules – Moving Away from Exclusionary Practice

    Oct 5, 2023 4:30pm Clock Hours Spokane
    This course is being offered to members of the Spokane Education Association
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  • Integrating Wellness Monthly Themed Focus Breathe for Gratitude PSUC

    Oct 10, 2023 4:30pm Clock Hours Online
    Course will include powerful social-emotional learning strategies and tools that teachers and students can implement together in the classroom and/or on their own. These strategies empower teachers to show up as their best selves, and help students focus their minds, connect their bodies, regulate their emotions, express their creativity, form
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  • Developing TPEP Student Growth Goals with the New Rubrics

    Oct 10, 2023 4:30pm Clock Hours Online
    Learn about the changes from the original TPEP student growth goal model to the new, revised version. Examine the shifts, including an increased focus on educator reflection, and using students' assets in developing goals. Connect with the critical attributes involved with the new goal-setting process, and learn more about the
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  • TPEP 101 Artifacts and Evidence

    Oct 12, 2023 4:30pm Clock Hours Online
    Explore the major components of the TPEP evaluation process and learn about updates which enhance professional growth and improve student learning. Areas of emphasis include state criteria, comprehensive and focused evaluations, and scoring methodologies. Demystify collecting and providing evidence. Get tips to harvest evidence to best represent your instruction, and
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  • SEA National Board Cohorts Foundations

    Oct 12, 2023 4:30pm Clock Hours Online
    This course is only open to Spokane-area members and requires a payment of the $90 fee up front. This workshop from Spokane Education Association's National Board Cohort Support Program is for recommended for all registrants of our cohort program but is required for anyone using the OSPI Conditional Loan if
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  • SEA Special Ed and the Law Two-Part Series

    Oct 19, 2023 4:30pm Clock Hours Spokane
    This is a two-part series totaling 6 hours offered to members of the Spokane Education Association
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  • CANCELLED - WEA - Paraeducator Substitute The Nuts and Bolts (3hr) - 10/21/2023

    Oct 21, 2023 9:00am Clock Hours Online
    This course is for paraeducator substitutes, new to the profession, and those who are considering a paraeducator career. This course will introduce the fundamentals of becoming a successful para substitute. The course will focus on mental preparation, classroom management, school structure, universal protocols, and the differences between para job
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  • WEA - FCS01 - Intro to Cultural Identity and Diversity - 10/24 and 10/25 (2 hours each day)

    Oct 24, 2023 5:30pm Clock Hours Online
    Participants will gain an awareness and deeper understanding of ways to engage, build relationships and communicate with the diverse backgrounds of their students. Objectives: Describe ways to identify and respond to racism, discrimination and stereotypes in the classroom List strategies for supporting cultural responsiveness and anti-biased instruction
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  • CANCELLED - WEA - FCS02 - Educational and Instructional Support 10/24 and 10/25 (2 hours each day)

    Oct 24, 2023 5:30pm Clock Hours Online
    Participants will learn classroom and building based instructional strategies and supports to assist classroom teachers in various learning environments and with diverse learning styles. Objectives: Identify basic instructional support methods to assist classroom teachers (small group work, one–to-one, computer aided learning programs) Introduce diverse learning styles and
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  • WEA - Tier 1 Behavior Interventions Differentiated For Students Part A 10/24 and 10/25 (2 hours each day)

    Oct 24, 2023 5:30pm Clock Hours Online
    This class is for ALL ESPs that work with students. The course is focused on how to work with students who are demonstrating unsuccessful behaviors. Participants will learn why student expectations for behavior should be high and how to redefine discipline as a growth and teaching opportunity rather than punishment
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  • WEA - Lunchroom Playground and Crossing Guards - Strategies for Success 10/24 and 10/25 (1.5 hours each day)

    Oct 24, 2023 5:30pm Clock Hours Online
    Unstructured time (on the playground, in the lunchroom, and walking to/from school) is a time when students demonstrate autonomy and behaviors that are quite different from the structured classroom. You may see issues that don't occur once your student(s) step back into the traditional school setting. What are some strategies
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  • NEA Navigating Student Loan Forgiveness 10/25/2023

    Oct 25, 2023 4:30pm Online
    Many of you are likely eligible for forgiveness of your federal student loans through one or more of the federal programs currently available. There have been many updates and changes made to these programs and the information you need to know is often times hard to find. NEA
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  • CANCELLED - Midstate - SPED Accommodations and Modifications Training

    Oct 25, 2023 4:30pm Clock Hours Ellensburg
    This course provides participants with practical strategies to use in the classroom to support all students, including those with disabilities. The course covers a variety of possible accommodations, categorized by presentation, setting, response, and timing/scheduling. Modifications to curriculum will be discussed and examples will be provided. Additionally, a small portion
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  • WEA Olympic Survive and Thrive

    Oct 25, 2023 5:00pm Clock Hours Poulsbo
    Educators new to the profession (six years or less teaching experience) will learn practical skills that will help them develop strategies to successfully meet the needs of their diverse learners, become an educational leader in their school community, and engage in meaningful dialogue around what is needed to be
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