"SHESC Messenger": Start of October 2021
Start of October 2021
|Early Childhood PLC|
|Featured PD: CHAMPS|
|Discover Plenty of Professional Development in Just a Moment|
Check out the first of three sessions of this valuable opportunity HERE.
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CHAMPS helps classroom teachers design or fine tune a proactive and positive classroom management plan that will overtly teach students how to behave responsibly. By following the effective, research-based practices outlined in CHAMPS, teachers develop methods for clearly communicating their expectations for every classroom activity and transition.
By implementing these strategies, teachers will reduce classroom disruptions and referrals; improve classroom climate; increase student on-task behavior; and establish respectful and civil interactions. CHAMPS is a product of Safe and Civil Schools.
Go HERE to register for October 5 in Hays or October 21 in Salina!
A particular scary holiday in October and cooling autumn temperatures certainly lend an eerie air to the season.
Have you considered using this time of year for science class?
SHESC Volume Purchasing suppliers Frey Scientific and School Specialty have a variety of discounted science products that you can connect with this time of year!
To learn more, contact Adam Pracht, Volume Purchasing Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No doubt, you're a busy person and time is among your most valuable possessions. You don't have an hour to spend looking for your professional development!
Well, how about just a few minutes?
If so, here are three great ways to line up your opportunities to participate in professional development to gain additional knowledge and skills (and maybe even earn college credit!)