Professional Development for Professionals

Intro to Daily Routine
October 5: 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Longview

Register Online: https://goo.gl/T8wWtW

This fast-paced class will provide you with the WHY behind parts of the daily schedule that often seem controversial, such as small and large group time and planning and recall times, as well as clean-up and transitions. Whether you are a new teacher or need a refresher, you will find this class fun and informative!

 

Child Behavior and Leadership
November 1: 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Mustang Hill

Register Online: https://goo.gl/Mev68h

Ever experience a weird or troublesome behavior from a child? Do you need help motivating children to do things for themselves? Who does most of the ‘work’ in your classroom- you or the children? This class will help answer all those questions and more. Stick Chick will make her appearance once again- come see what she has to say!

 

The Reflective Teacher
January 15: 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: St. John’s Episcopal Preschool

Register Online: https://goo.gl/Pa15s9

Are you a new or experienced teacher looking to bring more meaning to your work? Are you looking to learn and grow, rather than just survive each day? Would you like to get unstuck? This class will help you understand the importance of reflection, for your classroom and you. These skills will help you in your personal and professional life.

 

Co-Teaching Effectively
April 9: 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Kids Creek at Messiah Lutheran

Register Online: https://goo.gl/dUvk4G

 

Stick Chick and her friend will come to visit for this session and explain what happens when you work closely with another individual and how to maximize that relationship. The health of the co-teaching relationship impacts the quality of the classroom, the development of children, and the ability to partner with parents. Whether you’re working within a new team or looking to fine-tune your partnership; bring your team and have fun together!

 

Winning with Challenging People
May 2: 6:30pm to 8:30pm
Location: Greater Midland Community Center

Register Online: https://goo.gl/1Hza7Z

 

Ever experience challenging people in your life? At home? Work? School? Maybe you’re the challenging person! We will discuss 10 principles that, when understood and applied, will accelerate your ability to understand, endure, and even benefit from working with challenging people, whether they be children, parents, your boss or co-worker, or your loved ones. This information applies to ALL areas of your life!

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