CEHS Summer Partnership Institute

Summer 2017

About the Summer 2017 CEHS Partnership Institute

This is a free opportunity for professional development that will be held at Wright State University this summer. Any school faculty are welcome to attend. One or two semester hours of course credit are available for anyone attending sessions totaling 12 or 24 hours, respectively. If interested in applying for course credit, the cost is $150 per credit hour for partner schools and $200 per credit hour for non-partners.

Dates, Times, and Details

June 7th

9:00am-12:00pm

Creating Vocabularians: Engaging Strategies for All Content Areas - 90 minutes

Description: An interactive session to provide sixteen practical, creative, and engaging strategies to support vocabulary learning in all content areas that will motivate students and deepen their comprehension.


Writing to Learn: Motivating Strategies for Meaningful Content Area Learning - 90 minutes

Description: An interactive session to provide effective writing to lean strategies and activities to support students in content area learning, deepen their understanding, and enhance retention. These writing strategies foster problem solving skills and promote a powerful learning experience for students.


Instructor(s): Lee Welz

Location: 286 Millett Hall


June 8th

9:00am-12:00pm

Thinking and Talking about Race and Socioeconomic Status in the Classroom

Description: Promotes understanding of: -Ways in which a student’s race/ethnicity affects that student’s educational experience and how a teacher’s race/ethnicity intersects with that experience. -Students’ varied economic backgrounds, which can have profound effects on student achievement. -Planning classroom interactions such that differences can enhance rather than detract from a respectful and empowering classroom atmosphere. -Strategies to help all students learn.


Instructor(s): Dr. Christa Preston Agiro

Location: 286 Millett Hall


June 12th

9:00am-12:00pm

Assessment

Description: This workshop is an introduction to learning progressions and formative assessments. Workshop attendees will be engaged in various activities that explore formative assessments, how to utilize them, and how to the use the results to make effective instructional changes. Activities will include: brainstorming assessment points, creating a formative assessment timeline, planning a formative assessment within a unit, and participating in formative assessments activities.


Instructor(s): Dr. Nimisha Patel & Dave Herick

Location: 286 Millett Hall


June 13th

9:00am - 4:00pm (Lunch on your own from 12:00pm - 1:00pm)

Connecting a School Garden to Content Standards

Description: A workshop to understand the basics of creating a school garden and integrating a garden space into your school curriculum. This workshop will offer you guidance and materials to 1) plan lessons that connect content standards to a school garden 2) practice how to use interactive science notebooks for developing literacy skills in science and 3) exchange lesson ideas with a network of teachers at other school garden sites.


Instructor(s): Dr. Michelle Fleming & Colleen Saxen, MPH, OSU Master Gardener

Location: 286 Millett Hall


June 14th

9:00am - 4:00pm (Lunch on your own from 12:00pm - 1:00pm)

Book in a Day

Description: An interactive session including a jigsaw of the book Fostering Resilient Learners: Strategies for Creating a Trauma-Sensitive Classroom. Books must be purchased individually.


Instructor(s): Dr. Amy Elston

Location: 286 Millett Hall


1:00pm - 4:00pm

Proactive Circle Conversations to Promote Social and Academic Development

Description: This interactive session focuses on restorative circle conversations as a proactive means to support both the social and academic aspects of learning. An overview of restorative discipline, connections to classroom community, and connections to academic content will be provided. During this session, participants will engage in circle conversations and work with colleagues to develop circle conversation guides related to social needs and/or content topics of their choice.


Instructor(s): Dr. Romena Holbert

Location: 286 Millett Hall


June 28th- **NEW ADDITION**

9:00am- 12:00pm

Addressing HB 367: The Health & Opioid Prevention Education (HOPE) Curriculum

Description: HB 367 requires all schools to adopt a health education curriculum that includes opioid prevention education. The Health & Opioid Prevention Education (HOPE) Curriculum is a set of K-12 health education lessons designed to help schools combat the opioid epidemic and meet the requirements of HB 367. The HOPE Curriculum includes lesson plans for health education teachers and classroom teachers; administrator guides; and community connections. The session will also incorporate the recommendations from the “Ohio Joint Study Committee on Drug Use Prevention Education” to present a collective plan for drug prevention in schools.


Instructor(s): Dr. Kevin Lorson

Location: 402 Millett Hall


July 12th

9:00am - 12:00pm

Mental Health in the Schools

Description: A discussion on the mental health needs of students including how to respond to student distress.


Instructor(s): Dr. Tara Hill & Dr. Leslie Neyland-Brown

Location: 286 Millett Hall


July 12th

1:00pm-4:00pm

Safe Space Ally Development Training

Description: The Safe Space Training is a comprehensive 3 hour Ally Development training that teaches potential new allies skills on how to serve and support the LGBTQA+ community. Allies attending the entire 3 hour training will have the option of completing a Safe Space Ally Action Plan and listed on this site as someone who is part of the Safe Space Ally Development Network. The trainings teaches bold skills-based that focuses on Social Justice Allyship & active bystander intervention action.


Instructor(s): Petey Peterson

Location: 286 Millett Hall


July 19th

9:00am-12:00pm

Developmentally Appropriate Child Guidance: Addressing Disruptive Behavior in the Early Childhood Classroom

Description: Do you find that every year there is at least one child who is chronically disruptive? Have you noticed that your discipline techniques do not work with him/her? Are you searching for a way to stop unacceptable classroom behavior without punishment? In this workshop participants will practice techniques that facilitate self-control & social competence without damaging self-esteem.


Instructor(s): Dr. William Mosier

Location: 286 Millett Hall


July 31st

9:00am - 12:00pm

Toward a Psychology of Understanding ADHD

This interactive session will use examples of “out-of-control” behavior concerns of the participants to address the identification and intervention strategies for helping young children to resist distraction, exercise enhanced self-control and sustain focused-attention.


Instructor(s): Dr. William Mosier

Location: 286 Millett Hall


August 1st

9:00am - 12:00pm

What’s New in Children’s Picture Books in Content Areas?

Description: Take a look at two dozen 2017 children’s picture books appropriate for use in K-3 classrooms, exploring ways to incorporate them in your lesson plans.


Instructor(s): Stephanie Bange

Location: 286 Millett Hall


August 2nd

9:00am - 12:00pm

Introduction to Co-Teaching

Description: An interactive session to provide a basic understanding of the co-teaching models.


Instructor(s): Tracey Kramer & Dr. Amy Elston

Location: 286 Millett Hall


1:00pm - 4:00pm

Co-Teaching – Improving your Co-Teaching Relationship

Description: An interactive session to work with your co-teaching pair and learn about one another in preparation to work together in the classroom.


Instructor(s): Tracey Kramer & Dr. Amy Elston

Location: 286 Millett Hall


August 3rd

9:00am - 12:00pm

Teaching Strategies for Promoting Active Participation in the Classroom

Description: An interactive session to provide practical strategies for active participation in any content area.


Instructor(s): Tracey Kramer

Location: 286 Millett Hall


August 4th

9:00am - 12:00pm

An Introduction to Project Based Learning

Description: An interactive session to gain an understanding about what PBL is and what is not PBL; Gain skills and knowledge to design, assess, and manage a standards-based project that is relevant and rigorous.


Instructor(s): Pat Murakami

Location: 286 Millett Hall

How to Register

Click the link below and fill out the document. You will be able to sign up for all sessions in which you are interested.

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfOCZj9Xx5CNm97u94UWaGCLfMS6bGq_BQuUeQP31gJ8Gg_gA/viewform?usp=sf_link

Low enrollment may cancel sessions. Registrants will be notified of cancelled sessions. All sessions are on a first come, first serve basis. Registration will close 2 weeks prior to each session. Sessions will have a cap of 38 participants.

Questions?

Contact Amy Elston, Assistant Director in the Office of Partnerships and Field Experiences