The six Bay-Arenac ISD districts (Au Gres-Sims School District, Bangor Township Schools, Bay City Public Schools, Essexville-Hampton Public Schools, Pinconning Area Schools, and Standish-Sterling Community Schools) are using Illuminate Education as a tool to understand student achievement data.
BAISD offers support and facilitates shared learning through this Professional Learning Network. The network meets three times during the school year to share applications and insights working with Illuminate.
We welcome District Literacy Leaders, Title I Leaders, Literacy Coaches and Building Leaders who are willing to return to their districts and share their learning with their teachers.
September 19, 2019
November 7, 2019
February 6, 2020
March 12, 2020
Location: Saginaw ISD Transitions Center
Time: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Lunch on your own.
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This program is for Bay-Arenac ISD Staff ONLY!!!
In this workshop, participants will examine the Danielson 2nd edition educator framework.
Teachers will examine quality indicators for the classroom environment, planning and preparation, instruction, and professional responsibilities.
Finally, teachers will examine the Standards for Success educator evaluation system as well as examples of documenting student growth within the system.
Our BAISD Principal Network meets regularly to identify, reflect on, and accelerate the work around current initiatives in education.
Guided by our BAISD team, and integral guest speakers, our leaders will share best practices, challenges, and issues that foster or inhibit their individual leadership efforts. By creating a community of support, increasing capacity, and prioritizing needs, our principal network will
work collaboratively to improve school cultures and increase student achievement.
Agendas will include...
-Collaboration and Problem Solving
-Accessing Support for your schools
-Data Review and Support
-Legal Issues and Guidance
-Literacy Leadership K-12
-Positive School Culture
-Special Education Updates
Dates: September 25, 2019, November 6, 2019
December 18, 2019, January 22, 2020
February 26, 2020 & April 15, 2020
This course is for those in Early Childhood Education only.
Everyone needs skills for dealing with potentially violent kids and adults in today´s world. The goal of this workshop is for participants to experience the techniques they can use to minimize violent situations with others. Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes.
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