Click on the name of a FLEX or book study to learn more and determine if it will meet your professional learning needs. If so, please click the Frontline Sign Up next to the name to register.
Also check out the Infinitec Modules and/or Out-of-District learning opportunities. Registration and any other requirements for those activities is the responsibility of the participant. Enter those in Frontline using the New PDC Knowledge Form.
Motivating Students to Demonstrate Their Best Behavior (K-8) - Frontline Sign Up
Motivating Students to Demonstrate Their Best Behavior (9-12) - Frontline Sign Up
Motivating Students Part 2: Ratio of Interactions - Frontline Sign Up
Amplifying Student Voice & Choice - Frontline Sign Up
Join us to collaborate around your learning from these FLEXs on Tuesday, June 20 at 2:15-3:15 pm (Frontline Sign Up) or Wednesday, July 12 at 10:15-11:15 am (Frontline Sign Up).
Learn more about what's required to earn PDCs with FLEX here!
Restorative Practices: Engaged in Possibilities, Part 1
Restorative Practices: Engaged in Possibilities, Part 2
Trauma Informed Educations, Part 1
Trauma Informed Educations, Part 2
*Unfamiliar with Infinitec? To sign up for Infinitec, go to www.myinfinitec.org/login. Click Register and create an account using your school email address. The SPED Coop pays for these accounts so all district certified staff members can access these modules for free.
You must create an account before following the Infinitec links above.
Greenbush University (Free Virtual Sessions)
Setting the Stage for Learning: The Importance of Building Background Knowledge (June 5 at 9:00-11:00 am)
Setting the Stage for Learning: The Importance of Building Background Knowledge (Repeat on June 19 at 9:00-11:00 am)
Smoky Hill Education Service Center (Paid by Participant)
Book Study: Thrivers (Virtual)
Emotional Poverty (June 27th 9:00-3:30)