We welcome District Literacy Leaders, Title I Leaders, Literacy Coaches and Building Leaders who are willing to return to their districts/buildings and share their learning with their teachers.
2018-2019 goal ~ Support each other as colleagues in our implementation of the Michigan standards with professional learning and collaboration around essentials in literacy.
Facilitators: Alicia Kubacki and Heather Phelps
Dates: September 13, 2018, November 8, 2018, February 7, 2019 & March 14, 2019
Location: Bay-Arenac ISD, 4228 Two Mile Road, Bay City, MI 48706
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Alicia Kubacki Heather Phelps
Call Instructional Services: (989) 667-3280
Email: Diane Joles - email@example.com or Erika Rupert - firstname.lastname@example.org
This program is for Bay-Arenac ISD Early On staff only.
The program will consist of multiple
November - PSP Model, Strategies, & Early On Protocol
December - Sensory Processing
January - We"ve Ditched the Toy Bag, Now WHAT?
February - Vision & Hearing Impairments
March - Community Medical Resources for families in Bay and Arenac Counties
April - Project ImPACT
May - Infant/Toddler Feeding Difficulties and Treatment Interventions
This program is for BAISD staff only!
The Trauma -Informed committee meetings will be offered 8 times during the 18-19 school year to provide staff members with an education and awareness around Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and Trauma-Informed Communities. The goal of these committee meetings is to promote resiliency among children, their families, and practitioners who may be at risk for experiencing secondary trauma. The team will work to develop strategies and action steps to minimize trauma and build resiliency in our school community.
This program is for Bay-Arenac ISD staff only!
BAISD New teachers will have the opportunity to dive deeper into curriculum and standards, enhance instructional strategies, build on knowledge of district and community resources, work with peers towards resolving common classroom concerns and build action plans to enable program success.
This training is for Pre-K participants.
In this workshop, participants will examine essential practices (1, 4, 5, 6). Instructional practices will include the intentional use of literacy artifacts in dramatic play and throughout the classroom, playing with sounds inside words, brief and clear instruction in letter names, sounds, and formation, and interactions around writing.
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