Whole Education...Whole Teachers.
Course Information:PDSI 9920 "Increasing Whole Educator Potential to Develop Whole Students (Equity, Mindset, Grit, Body & Character)!"
*Each year has a new title and subject matter.
Dates and Times
End Date: Friday, July 21, 2017
Time: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm daily (4:00 - 6:00 Wellness)
Oregon Education Association Facility
2540 Coral Ave.
NE Salem, Oregon 97305
2017 Featured Speakers
Founder/President, Kids at Hope.
- describe current research, principles and practices that are essential to the success or failure of every child.
- instill HOPE within every child they encounter.
Boys and Girls Clubs of America Rick received Arizona State University’s Visionary Award in 2000, the Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge, George Washington Honor Medal in 2009, and the City of Phoenix’s Martin Luther King, Jr. Living the Dream Award in 2011. Rick served in the White House during the 1980’s in support of the President’s Task Force on Private Sector Initiatives.
- describe activities that can help kids build social safety in their classroom.
- explain the connection between helping students feel socially safe and their ability to take on more academic challenges.
- Set goals and reach for them.
- Explain the importance of pushing through your obstacles.
- Recognize when a student or staff member feels excluded and help them feel apart of the school’s community.
This training is designed to help teachers, staff and school leaders to identify and build the necessary skills and capabilities to work successfully with the challenges and opportunities presented by the increasing diversity and multicultural dynamics of our schools and communities. Consistent with research and practice educators recognize the critical importance of the teacher-student interactions and relationship. This session centers the student in the educational process. Intellectual content and experiential learning provides key learning for teachers to gain effective knowledge and skills to enhance educational outcomes for all children.
- Recognize and respect cultural patterns and expectations that operate within a school and community setting.
- Affirm the dignity and worth of all students, families, teachers, and staff and provide positive support that we all need to be successful and effective.
- Interact thoughtfully and courteously with students and their families, other educators, and community and resolve conflicts in a professional manner, respecting and understanding the cultural context of the situation.
- Continue to learn and use multicultural resources in our schools and communities, remain sensitive to individual differences and diverse cultures, and encourage participation of others different from ourselves.
Café Style PLC's
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In my 25 years of evaluating SI conferences, nobody does it as well as Summer Institutes...quality content...meaningful content. It's what we as professionals crave! “
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Special FeaturesEverything you’ve grown to expect from SI and more!
- Relevant State Standards-Based Presentations
- Effective Implementation of the Common Core State Standards
- Interesting PLC Collaboration Component
- Field-based Learning Day Trips
- Important Wellness Activities
- Innovative Technology
Check with your school district and local union for salary advancement or professional growth contract agreement. These credits do not apply towards a graduate-level degree unless okayed by your Academic Advisor. They are continuing education credits and can be used for salary advancement. Some Universities like Michigan State University, University of Michigan, Olivet College and Portland State have accepted our course as a Masters degree elective. Be sure to consult your advisor ahead of time.
What to Bring
Staff development funds may be used for these classes (check with your school district). Also, Treasury Regulation Schedule I-162 permits income tax deduction.
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