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3-25-19 School Counselor Cadre- No Fee for Member Districts, $35 Fee for Non Member Districts

Monday, March 25, 2019

School counselors at the elementary, middle and high school levels are invited to participate in the School Counselor Cadres. This year we will work through some of the ASCA processes shared during the ASCA training on June 14. You do NOT have to have attended the June 14 to be able to participate in this year’s cadres. Other topics and guest speakers will be added as decided upon by cadre participants.

Location: CKEC

3-26-19 Beginning with the End in Mind: Integrating Transition Planning into the IEP Process- No Fee for Member Districts, $35 Fee for Non Member Districts

Tuesday, March 26, 2019 - Monday, March 26, 2018

Helping students with disabilities prepare for life after high school can be a daunting task.  This session can help!  Beginning with the end in mind, we will use a backward design process and find ways to integrate transition assessment and planning throughout the IEP.

 

 

Location: CKEC

3-27-19 How to Improve Executive function and Self-regulation with our students – No Fee for Member Districts, $35 Fee for Non Member Districts

Wednesday, March 27, 2019

Executive function and self-regulation skills are the mental processes that enable our students to plan, focus attention, remember instructions, and juggle multiple tasks successfully. When children have opportunities to develop executive function and self-regulation skills, individuals and society experience lifelong benefits. These skills are crucial for learning and development. They also allow positive behavior and students to make healthy choices for themselves.

Participants will learn strategies for helping students overcome executive skill challenges and be more productive members of their classroom and community.

Location: CKEC

4-12-19 DHH Cadre- No Fee

Friday, April 12, 2019

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 classrooms, teachers in self-contained classrooms, and preschool teachers are welcome to attend.

Location: CKEC

4-12-19 KDE End of Year Training – No Fee

Friday, April 12, 2019

Special Education Infinite Campus End of Year training – presented by Amy Patterson and Joe McCowan.  It is the regional end of the year training session.

Location: CKEC

4-16-19 Can You Hear Me Now? -No Fee

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Participants can explore hands on activities and manipulative tools to instruct phonological and phonemic awareness.  Along with practice and receive coaching on explicit instructional strategies.

Location: CKEC

4-19-19 VI PLC- No Fee

Friday, April 19, 2019

The CKEC VI PLC invites all educators who are members of CKEC and work with students who are blind/visually impaired to meet with us every other month. PLC 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. PLC members should pre-register for each session they plan to attend. Registration is required for each PLC meeting date.

 

Location: CKEC

5-6-19 School Counselor Cadre- No Fee for Member Districts, $35 Fee for Non Member Districts

Monday, May 6, 2019

School counselors at the elementary, middle and high school levels are invited to participate in the School Counselor Cadres. This year we will work through some of the ASCA processes shared during the ASCA training on June 14. You do NOT have to have attended the June 14 to be able to participate in this year’s cadres. Other topics and guest speakers will be added as decided upon by cadre participants.

Location: CKEC

Advanced Cognitive Coaching (Parts 1 and 2) Six Days Total, $700 Fee for Member Districts Including CKEC OVEC and SESC, $1500 Fee for Non Member Districts

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Cognitive Coaching Advanced Seminars provide refinement and depth of learning for those desiring to achieve expert proficiency in Cognitive CoachingSM and are highly supportive of those who wish to begin the pathway to becoming an in-district trainer.  By participating in this training, learners will:

  • Refine and extend core coaching capabilities and skills
  • Develop skills with advanced forms of paraphrasing and inquire to mediate the thinking of others
  • Expand the possibilities of and applications for identities as mediators
  • Frame personal coaching mastery as a journey, not a destination

Upon completion of Part 1, the learner will be able to:

  • Explain the mission and goal of Cognitive CoachingSM
  • Demonstrate thorough and effective planning and reflecting conversations
  • Apply principles of paraphrasing in the context of planning and reflecting conversations
  • Apply elements of the invitation in asking mediative questions
  • Analyze questions for 6 domains of inquiry
  • Formulate paraphrases for accessing deep structure
  • Explain the components of deep structure
  • Relate brain research to coaching
  • Facilitate a calibrating conversation
  • Differentiate and make decisions about the four support functions

 

Advanced Cognitive Coaching Part 2 deepens and extends the learning from the Foundation Seminar®.  The course is targeted at principals, teachers, and instructional coaches.  Emphasis is on the problem-resolving conversation and skill with using the 5 States of Mind to invite Cognitive Shift.  Skill in pacing and leading is emphasized.

Upon completion of Part 2, the learner will be able to:

  • Conduct a four-step pace in less than three minutes
  • Demonstrate thorough and effective problem-resolving conversations
  • Apply advanced paraphrasing in the context of problem-resolving conversations
  • Demonstrate additional strategies for inviting cognitive shift
  • Mediate for deep structure
  • Explain how the tensions of holonomy affect individuals and groups
  • Explain how neurosciences inform coaching
  • Apply the outcome structure to a third party problem

Location: CKEC