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Does this student qualify for Alternate Assessment? Supporting School Administrators, School Psychologists, and ARC Chairs to use the participation guidelines for Alternate Assessment. PM Session- No Fee for Member Districts- $35 Fee for Non Member Districts

Friday, January 19, 2018

This session will guide school administrators, school psychologists, and ARC chairs to understand and use the newly revised Alternate Assessment Guidelines to determine if a student qualifies for Alternate Assessment.  Participants will be walked through the document, shown examples of data, and guided in answering frequently asked questions.

Location: CKEC Training Center

Does this student qualify for Alternate Assessment? Supporting School Administrators, School Psychologists, and ARC Chairs to use the participation guidelines for Alternate Assessment. AM Session No Fee for Member Districts- $35 for Non Member Districts

Friday, January 19, 2018

This session will guide school administrators, school psychologists, and ARC chairs to understand and use the newly revised Alternate Assessment Guidelines to determine if a student qualifies for Alternate Assessment.  Participants will be walked through the document, shown examples of data, and guided in answering frequently asked questions.

Location: CKEC Training Center

1/19/18 Supporting ARC Teams in Determining if a Student Qualifies for Alternate Assessment

Friday, January 19, 2018

It is suggested that ARC members attend this session as a team.  This session is designed to provide guidance and support to Admissions and Release Committee (ARC) members in the application of the recently revised KY Alternate Assessment Participation Guidelines. Participants will engage in an in-depth look at each of the participation criterion and the relevant data and sources of evidence to support each decision.  Teams will have the opportunity to practice determining participation in Alternate Assessment by synthesizing the student case study data from various scenarios.

The KDE Alternate Assessment and Diploma Advisory Group highly recommends anyone who works with a student with a significant cognitive disability to complete the online training modules. The modules can be accessed at https://learn.hdi.uky.edu/

Participants must have completed the online training modules and quizzes prior to the session. Participants must bring Certificates documenting completion of each required module to the work session.

Location: CKEC Training Center

1-25-18 Does this student qualify for Alternate Assessment? Supporting teachers and school staff to use the participation guidelines for Alternate Assessment. AM Session- No Fee for Member Districts- $35 Fee for Non Member Districts

Thursday, January 25, 2018

This three hour  session will guide teachers and other school staff to understand and use the newly revised Alternate Assessment Guidelines to determine if a student qualifies for Alternate Assessment.  Participants will be walked through the document, shown examples of data, and guided in answering frequently asked questions

Location: CKEC Training Center

1-25-18 Does this student qualify for Alternate Assessment? Supporting teachers and school staff to use the participation guidelines for Alternate Assessment. PM Session- No Fee for Member Districts- $35 Fee for Non Member Districts

Thursday, January 25, 2018

This three hour session will guide teachers and other school staff to understand and use the newly revised Alternate Assessment Guidelines to determine if a student qualifies for Alternate Assessment. Participants will be walked through the document, shown examples of data, and guided in answering frequently asked questions

Location: CKEC Training Center

1.25.18 Supporting ARC Teams in Determining if a Student QUALIFIES for Alternate Assessment

Thursday, January 25, 2018

It is suggested that ARC members attend this session as a team.  This session is designed to provide guidance and support to Admissions and Release Committee (ARC) members in the application of the recently revised KY Alternate Assessment Participation Guidelines. Participants will engage in an in-depth look at each of the participation criterion and the relevant data and sources of evidence to support each decision.  Teams will have the opportunity to practice determining participation in Alternate Assessment by synthesizing the student case study data from various scenarios.

The KDE Alternate Assessment and Diploma Advisory Group highly recommends anyone who works with a student with a significant cognitive disability to complete the online training modules. The modules can be accessed at https://learn.hdi.uky.edu/

Participants must have completed the online training modules and quizzes prior to the session. Participants must bring Certificates documenting completion of each required module to the work session.

Location: CKEC Training Center

1-31-18 Algebra Progress Monitoring- No Fee for Member DIstricts, $35 for Non Member Districts

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Are you looking for tools to help you gauge where your students are and how they are progressing with respect to essential skills in the Algebra classroom?  If so, then this training is for you!  Project AAIMS (Algebra Assessment and Instruction: Meeting Standards) is a project funded by the US Department of Education with the purpose of developing algebra assessment tools that can be used for monitoring the progress of students with and without disabilities as they learn algebra.

Outcomes of this training include:

  • Develop understanding of progress monitoring
  • Know how to administer, score, and use data from three (3) different measures
  • Understand the relative merits and weaknesses of each of the measures
  • Consider issues related to implementing algebra progress monitoring.To ensure fidelity, participants of this training may use the probes with their classes ONLY.  They may NOT share the probes with others or train other teachers to use them.  Participants will be asked to sign a User Agreement at the training.

    Participants will be given a flash drive with containing all materials.  Please bring a laptop or device with a USB port to the training.

Location: CKEC Training Center

2-5-18 Middle School and High School Guidance Counselor’s Cadre- No Fee for Member Districts, $35 for Non Member Districts

Monday, February 5, 2018

The CKEC Guidance Cadre invites all middle school and high school guidance counselors who are members of CKEC to meet every other month. Cadre members must have their principal’s permission to attend. Each session will address topics generated by members.  Registration is required for each session.

Location: CKEC Training Center

2-7-18 PASS Training –Trauma Informed Care Overview – No Fee for Member Districts- $35 Fee for Non Member Districts

Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Sadly, childhood trauma is more common than we realize. This session will provide an overview of what childhood trauma is and what it looks like in our students.  Information will be shared on what trauma informed care entails.  Strategies will be shared that can be implemented by anyone in the school – even if you aren’t a mental health professional.

Location: CKEC Training Center

2-8-18 Supporting ARC teams in determining if a student QUALIFIES for Alternate Assessment.- No Fee for Member Districts, $35 Fee for Non Member Distrcts

Thursday, February 8, 2018

It is suggested that ARC members attend this session as a team.  This session is designed to provide guidance and support to Admissions and Release Committee (ARC) members in the application of the recently revised KY Alternate Assessment Participation Guidelines. Participants will engage in an in-depth look at each of the participation criterion and the relevant data and sources of evidence to support each decision.  Teams will have the opportunity to practice determining participation in Alternate Assessment by synthesizing the student case study data from various scenarios.

The KDE Alternate Assessment and Diploma Advisory Group highly recommends anyone who works with a student with a significant cognitive disability to complete the online training modules. The modules can be accessed at https://learn.hdi.uky.edu/

Participants must have completed the online training modules and quizzes prior to the session. Participants must bring Certificates documenting completion of each required module to the work session.

Location: CKEC

2-9-18 Teachers of the Visually Impaired Cadre/PLC- No Fee

Friday, February 9, 2018

The CKEC Cadre for Teachers of the Blind/Visually Impaired invites all educators who are members of CKEC and work with students who are blind/visually impaired to meet with us every other month. Cadre members must have their district’s permission to attend. Each session will feature Kentucky School for the Blind updates, professional learning opportunities, and information on topics specific to the field of VI. Cadre members should pre-register for each session they plan to attend. Registration is required for each cadre meeting date.

Location: CKEC Training Center

2-9-18 CKEC Cadre for Teachers of Deaf and Hard of Hearing

Friday, February 9, 2018

Speaker:  Mica Davis

Description:

This cadre is open to professionals working with students who are deaf or hard of hearing.  Teachers of DHH, SLPs, Special Education Teachers, General Education Teachers, Teachers in Mainstream or Self-Contained Classrooms, and Preschool Teachers are welcome to attend.  Planned topics selected by the teachers for this year include:

Self-Advocacy –Curriculum-Goals & Data Collection-

IEP Measurable Goals

Karen Anderson Follow-Up (to the July 11th-12th Training)

Auditory Discrimination Activities

Co-Teaching Practices/Strategies for TDHH

Research Based Math & Literacy for DHH

Location: CKEC Training Center

2-20-18 PASS Coaches in Fayette County ONLY

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

This is a training for PASS Coaches and PASS Staff working in Fayette County. The agenda will cover data entry, data collection, and data analysis.  Topics related to the implementation of PASS, such as Behavior Program Fidelity Rubric and Trauma Informed Care will be covered throughout the trainings.

Location: CKEC Training Center

2-22-18 Unit Planning: College and Career Readiness for Students Participating in Alternate Assessment AM Session – No Fee for Member Districts- $35 Fee for Non Member Districts

Thursday, February 22, 2018

This session will build upon the work that began at the June 15 Unit Planning session. Teachers will share resources and plan additional lessons around the four courses required for the Career Work Experience Certification process. 

Location: CKEC Training Center

2-22-18 Unit Planning: College and Career Readiness for Students Participating in Alternate Assessment PM Session – No Fee for Member Districts- $35 Fee for Non Member Districts

Thursday, February 22, 2018

This session will build upon the work that began at the June 15 Unit Planning session. Teachers will share resources and plan additional lessons around the four courses required for the Career Work Experience Certification process.

Location: CKEC Training Center

2-26-18 Supporting ARC teams in determining if a student QUALIFIES for Alternate Assessment.- No Fee for Member Districts, $35 Fee for Non Member Districts

Monday, February 26, 2018

It is suggested that ARC members attend this session as a team.  This session is designed to provide guidance and support to Admissions and Release Committee (ARC) members in the application of the recently revised KY Alternate Assessment Participation Guidelines. Participants will engage in an in-depth look at each of the participation criterion and the relevant data and sources of evidence to support each decision.  Teams will have the opportunity to practice determining participation in Alternate Assessment by synthesizing the student case study data from various scenarios.

The KDE Alternate Assessment and Diploma Advisory Group highly recommends anyone who works with a student with a significant cognitive disability to complete the online training modules. The modules can be accessed at https://learn.hdi.uky.edu/

Participants must have completed the online training modules and quizzes prior to the session. Participants must bring Certificates documenting completion of each required module to the work session.

Location: CKEC

3-9-18 Related Service Provider – Professional Learning Community- No Fee

Friday, March 9, 2018

CKEC invites those providing school based occupational therapy and physical therapy
services to participate in the CKEC Related Service Provider Professional Learning Community. The group meets
three times per year to explore new developments within the field and to share strategies and resources.
Topics and presentations are generated from the group. An agenda for the session will be sent to
participants prior to the meeting date. Participants are required to register for each event.
Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists

Location: CKEC Training Center

3-12-18 Elementary Guidance Counselor’s Cadre- No Fee for Member Districts, $35 for Non Member Districts

Monday, March 12, 2018

 

The CKEC Guidance Cadre invites all elementary school guidance counselors who are members of CKEC to meet every other month. Cadre members must have their principal’s permission to attend. Each session will address topics generated by members.  Registration is required for each session.

Location: CKEC Training Center

3-14 and 3-15-18 Conceptual Building Blocks of Statistical Thinking for Middle School- No Fee

Wednesday, March 14, 2018 - Thursday, March 15, 2018

The Conceptual Building Blocks is a series of modules designed to build a teacher’s capacity to work with students in various settings.  The approach is rooted in a conceptual understanding of key concepts in middle school mathematics.  The objectives are:

  1. To build teacher knowledge around the foundational concepts in middle school mathematics
  2. To provide strategies for teaching content and differentiating instruction
  3. To develop a conceptual understanding of the core components of middle school mathematics

 

This module uses the middle school Kentucky Academic Standards around Statistics and Probability to focus our work.  We will explore the big ideas of statistical thinking, including levels of statistical thought, components of the statistical process, discover how to use the concreteàsemi-concreteàabstract sequence of instruction, explore misconceptions, and much more!

Note:  This is a two-day module.  Attendance at both days is expected.

There will be follow-up provided by the CKEC Math Consultant (either on-site in the classroom or via SKYPE).  This will be further discussed at the training.

Location: CKEC Training Center

3-21-18 PASS Coaches in Fayette County ONLY

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

This is a training for PASS Coaches and PASS Staff working in Fayette County. The agenda will cover data entry, data collection, and data analysis.  Topics related to the implementation of PASS, such as Behavior Program Fidelity Rubric and Trauma Informed Care will be covered throughout the trainings.

Location: CKEC Training Center

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