Whole Education...Whole Teachers.
Course Information:PDSI 9920 "Increasing Whole Educator Potential to Develop Whole Students (Equity, Mindset, Grit, Body and Character)!"
*Each year has a new title and subject matter.
Dates and Times
End Date: Friday, June 30, 2017
Time: 8:00 am - 6:00 pm daily (4:00 - 6:00 Wellness)
West Valley High School
8301 East Buckeye
Spokane, WA 99212
- Identify different types of overt and covert bullying, including relational aggression and sexual harassment.
- Identify the impact of different kinds of bullying on students.
- Describe practical strategies adults can use to help students create safe and respectful school environments.
- 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.
- How to Release Stress/Promote Healing through Personal Storytelling
- How to Identify Your Story
- How to Structure Your Story
- How to Create Story Openings that Grab
- How to Develop Character and Setting
- How to Bring Emotions to Life
- The Secrets to Effective Dialogue
- Dos and Don’ts for teaching this program
- Describe how to engage staff and students in transforming your organizational culture.
- List practices and rituals that directly impact culture and success
- Answer the question, “Why are Kindergarteners so unafraid to speak up?”
- Describe the conversational dynamics that characterize your classroom.
- Identify the factors responsible for the greatest impact on student learning. Participants will also understand how teacher collaboration and school culture can transform learning.
Second Harvest has been leading the hunger-relief network in the region since 1971. Second Harvest distributes over 2 million pounds of free food each month to help people in need in 26 counties in Eastern Washington and North Idaho. Partnerships with more than 250 neighborhood food banks and meal centers make it possible to feed 55,000 people each week. Visit them online for more information: www.2-harvest.org.
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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.
Clock hours: 50 clock hours through North Central ESD. Clock hour participants need to register with Summer Institutes’ and pay workshop fee only. NCESD $2 per clock hour fee is paid on-line, through NCESD’s website, AFTER the class is completed. After the last day of class, the SI site coordinators will go into the NCESD system and document total clock hours attended. Once marked, attended participants will get an automatic email from the NCESD system. After the NCESD notification, participants will have seven days to fill out the evaluation and purchase their clock hours on-line. After seven days, NCESD might not award clock hours. Please check with NCESD for further information. On-line registration @ www.ncesd.org
What to Bring
Casual attire, comfortable walking shoes AND a good attitude for learning, improving your wellness and building relationships! We’ll provide everything else!
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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There will be a $100 non refundable deposit and no refunds after June 1.