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10045
Safe & Secure School: Comprehensive School Safety Planning: Prevention, Mitigation, Protection, and Response

Do you have your school safety and crisis teams in place? Have you hired new administrators or staff that will be responsible for assisting in your school/district crisis plans?  

This workshop is for administrators and district crisis team members to gain knowledge of implementing a comprehensive crisis plan while gaining access to a plethora of resources, guides and sample scripts.

Participants will learn how to establish and sustain comprehensive school safety efforts that attend to both physical and psychological safety. The workshop addresses critical components needed to develop, exercise, and evaluate safety and crisis teams and plans and to conduct building vulnerability assessments. The model also integrates school personnel and community provider roles in providing school-based crisis preparedness and response activities.

Additional topics addressed include media/social media, communication, reunification, students with special needs, culture, and memorials. 

After this workshop, participants will be better prepared to improve their school's climate, student resilience, and crisis response capabilities of school personnel. With updated research and strategies, this workshop makes a clear connection between ongoing crisis prevention, mitigation, protection, and response.

Learner Objectives
This workshop will help participantsidentify the mission phases of crisis management;describe the critical importance of and components necessary for a balanced approach to comprehensive school safety and crisis preparedness;identify how to evaluate and implement physical and psychological safety efforts;identify the purpose, functions, and guiding principles of developing comprehensive safety and crisis teams and plans to include prevention, mitigation, protection, and response;identify the critical components, including when developing specific functional and threat- or hazard-specific protocols;identify the major functions of the Incident Command System (ICS);articulate specific strategies to address challenges associated with media/social media, communication, reunification, and memorials;describe how to meet diverse needs, including various cultures and students with disabilities; andidentify strategies for examining effectiveness of crisis prevention and preparedness.
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Starts Starts: 8/27/2019 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
Location Location:
Status Status: 42 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 50 seats
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10016
"K-3; Reading Intervention, ESOL & Special Education (1st-5th)" This module explores the nature of skilled reading; the progression of reading development; the reasons why many children do not become good readers; the influences of biological, linguistic, environmental, and instructional factors in learning to read; and the components of effective reading instruction. 

Special sections address scientific reading research and instructional leadership within a Response-to-Intervention model.
LETRS 1 is a prerequisite for later LETRS modules. (all grades)
Title III funds may be used for this workshop.
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Starts Starts: 8/28/2019 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 26 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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10066
BYOD: Bring your own device. Moving from Career Cruising to XELLO? Thinking about switching? Do you want to learn how XELLO can enhance college and career readiness? Bring your IPS team members, advisors and counselors to create a powerful plan for your school's Individual Plans of Study. Participants will engage in Xello's features, embrace being a student creating a personal portfolio and leave with an updated grade level framework that meets the Kansan Can Vision for successful graduates that aligns with the Kansas Career Development Process. Participants need to bring a digital device to access XELLO. Demo accounts will be assigned if the school district is not currently utilizing XELLO. More
Starts Starts: 8/30/2019 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 16 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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9946
Energy & Data Analytics. Trane's BTU CrewTM combines two of the fastest growing career opportunities in one real-world PBL/STEM experience that can lead students from fun career exploration to industry-recognized certificates for high-tech, high-demand, high-wage careers. 

This workshop will help schools wanting to add more real-world STEM activities to science classes and also help those working to implement the Energy Pathway in their CTE program. This workshop is designed to provide teachers with ideas for hands-on STEM activities, IPS opportunities as part of the Kansans Can School Redesign Project initiative, and to connect students with the latest resources and industry-recognized training and technology to help jump-start their careers.

To encourage more teachers to attend & start this program, we are expanding this workshop to include small groups of students (2-4/teacher) that could attend with the teacher to allow the student team to take part in the hands-on learning, too. (No fee for students attending the workshop.)

Targeted teachers is physical science or environmental science teachers in grades 4-12
Materials fee: $165 (includes handouts and KidWind Experiment Kit) Grade Levels: 4-12
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Starts Starts: 9/4/2019 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 29 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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9988
2019 Baseline Training ""The Role of School-Based Mental Health Professionals" New members and refresher training for returning members. "The Role of School-Based Mental Health Professionals" Participants will receive a CERTIFICATE OF COMPLEIION: PREPaRE WS2:Crisis Intervention & Recovery (2nd Ed.): The Role of the School-Based Mental Health Professional. Participants will be a trained facilitator for their local buildings and to be a member of the "Crisis Intervention Team" for crisis events in other schools. More
Starts Starts: 9/4/2019 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 2
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Status Status: 56 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 60 seats
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9986
Each meeting will include a structured presentation by ESSDACK specialists or guest speakers, as well as time to share resources or ideas among the members. Additionally, participants will find the non-structured exploration time valuable to work collaboratively on projects or to view vendor demonstrations. While there may be some crossover, to best meet the needs of participants, Tech Coordinators will meet separately from Tech Integration participants most months. Why Join This Group? 1. Get support and enhance your skills. 2. Stay on the cutting edge of technology. 3. Take yourself to a new professional level. 4. Share your solutions and ideas. Lunch will be served. Meetings from Sept - June Not sure about the full year? Call Pam if you want to attend a one day session of this group! More
Starts Starts: 9/6/2019 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 9
Location Location:
Status Status: 36 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 40 seats
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9987
Each meeting will include a structured presentation by ESSDACK specialists or guest speakers, as well as time to share resources or ideas among the members. Additionally, participants will find the non-structured exploration time valuable to work collaboratively on projects or to view vendor demonstrations. While there may be some crossover, to best meet the needs of participants, Tech Coordinators will meet separately from Tech Integration participants most months. Why Join This Group? 1. Get support and enhance your skills. 2. Stay on the cutting edge of technology. 3. Take yourself to a new professional level. 4. Share your solutions and ideas. Lunch will be served. Meetings from Sept - July Not sure about the full year? Call Pam if you want to attend a one day session of this group! More
Starts Starts: 9/6/2019 8:30 AM
Sessions Sessions: 11
Location Location:
Status Status: 40 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 40 seats
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10046
ESI: Emergency Safety Intervention Training and Certification (De-escalation-physical intervention)

How can you prevent a student escalation? What if the event escalates?

Emergency Safety Intervention training and resources help schools comply with Emergency Safety Intervention requirements under the 2016 amendments to the ESI statutes and regulations. Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training equips staff with techniques focused on prevention that can help your district make staff and students safer. 

Training: Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training is a behavior management system that teaches simple skills for assessing, managing, and responding to risk behavior at work. The focus is on verbal de-escalation, prevention, and early intervention. Safe physical intervention options are also taught, to be used only as a last resort. With a core philosophy of providing for the Care, Welfare, Safety, and SecuritySM of everyone involved in a crisis situation, the program's proven strategies give educators the skills to safely respond to various levels of risk behavior while balancing the responsibilities of care.

This is a hybrid course: Participants will be required to complete a pretest and preliminary modules online. The online portion of the training includes all Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® concepts, principles, and models. In-class training activities provide participants with opportunities to learn, review, practice, and apply Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® verbal and physical intervention skills.

Upon completion of online and in-class training, all participants will be certified to be a part of their school/district Emergency Safety Team.

Participants will need to wear comfortable clothing for practicing scenario-based practice of principles.

State Regulation: Emergency safety interventions law sets forth standards for the use of restraint and seclusion to ensure that all Kansas students and staff have a safe learning environment. The standards found in the emergency safety intervention statutes and regulations are required to be followed in all Kansas public school districts and accredited private schools Please enroll by Sept. 1 so Materials can be ordered.
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Starts Starts: 9/9/2019 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 50 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 50 seats
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10048
Elementary & Interventionists What’s new with Pathways to Reading (PTR)? LOTS! Join Jane for a day to *refresh* and learn about new strategies and materials that support PTR instruction. We’ll revisit the instructional strategies and expand our current knowledge base about orthographic mapping. We’ll address dyslexia as a phonological core deficit and how PTR provides the necessary instruction in Kindergarten and 1st grade to prevent many students from long-term struggles. The new learning also includes the use of Dr. David Kilpatrick’s Phonological Awareness Screening Test and how to use it to address instruction to develop phonemic awareness to the advanced level with the use of one-minute oral PA exercises. Please indicate Grade level when registering. Audience: Teachers & Interventionists using PTR Title III funds can be used for this workshop More
Starts Starts: 9/9/2019 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
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Status Status: 29 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 30 seats
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10040
Join KSDE for Counting Kids updates for 2019. No charge for this workshop. 8:30 - 12:00 More
Starts Starts: 9/10/2019 8:30 AM
Sessions Session: 1
Location Location:
Status Status: 36 open seats left
Class Size Class size: 100 seats
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