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Journey to Success

Central Alabama Regional Education Inservice Center


Alabama State University--College of Education
Summer 2018
FREE! FREE! FREE!
Professional Learning
2018 Summer Sessions
General Information
See individual sessions for dates, times and locations. Professional learning
activities will be held in Ralph D. Abernathy Hall, Annex C, RAOC.

Registration
Current public school teachers and administrators
should register for summer workshops via
STIPD (https://pdweb.alsde.edu/welcome.html)
(requires username and password)

Parking
A parking permit is enclosed (see page 13). Please use LOT O, in back of
Dunn-Oliver Acadome, directly in front of the College of Education Annex
C. You must have a permit displayed in your windshield to avoid being ticketed.
Any vehicle not parked in the designated areas will be subject to a boot and/or
towed at the owner’s expense.

Central Alabama Regional Education Inservice Center


1625 South Hall Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
Evelyn Hodge, Ph.D., Director
Jacqueline Asberry, Ph.D., Staff Associate
Pearl How ard, Program Coordinator
Robert Adams, Data Entry Clerk
Vanessa Webster, Technology in Motion Specialist
For more information, call 334-229-4107 or email ehodge@alasu.edu.
Greetings Fellow Educators,

CENTRAL ALABAMA
Prof essional Learning is at the center of improv ed student learning. If y ou are
REGIONAL EDUCATION an educator, y ou nev er end prof essional learning; y ou are a lif e-long learner.
INSERVICE CENTER Looking at and study ing what research rev eals about best practices in teaching

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION and learning. Best practices in the classroom translate into improv ed student

learning. Looking at students’ work and making decisions on what are my next

instructional steps f or mov ing my students f orward is what we do as educators.

Prof essional learning is also collaborativ e as y ou share and discuss with f ellow

educators what the students’ perf ormance data say about how to proceed to

address classroom and students’ needs. Book Study , Learning Walk-Throughs

and Data Study Meetings are but a f ew of the collaborativ e activ ities that help

students achiev e. The Central Alabama Regional Education Inserv ice Center in

the College of Education at Alabama State Univ ersity provides training on

topics that help with collaborativ e meetings on how to mov e f orward in helping

our students and our schools.

Visit us this summer to learn and share with others how to best meet the needs

of our children's continued progress in learning. Consultants hav e been

selected who are knowledgeable and ready to work with y ou t his summer and

at y our schools f or continued prof essional learning. The summer is just the
ALABAMA
beginning. Please join us f or the Teaching and Learning Mini-Conf erence June
STATE
19th and 20th addressing special topics that mov e student s f orward. Hear f rom
UNIVERSITY Key note Speakers who hav e a wealth of knowledge and experience f or helping

schools. Additionally , learn about outstanding prof essional learning ev ents


P.O. BOX 271 throughout the summer as y ou rev iew the booklet. We look f orward to seeing

y ou all this summer, but remember it is just the beginning as we embrace the
M ONTGOMERY,
theme, Moving Forward: Pathway to Success in Education.
A LABAMA
Do not f orget to register using the STIPD procedures.
36101-0271
Hope to see y ou soon!
334.229.4107

www.alasu.edu

Evelyn Hodge, Ph.D.


Center Director
TEACHING AND LEARNING
MINI CONFERENCE

MOVING FORWARD: PATHWAY TO SUCCESS

June 19-20, 2018


Alabama State University College of Education
Ralph David Abernathy Great Hall of Teachers
915 South Jackson Street | Montgomery, Alabama 36104
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
– AGENDA –

Tuesday, June 19, 2018


Registration
9:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. | Ralph D. Abernathy Great Hall of Teachers
Keynote Address: Dr. Jeffery Langum
9:00 a.m. – 9:20 a.m. | Great Hall of Teachers
Keynote Address: Greg DeJarnett, Ed.S.
9:20 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. | Great Hall of Teachers
Break-Time
10:00 a.m. | Door Prizes, Refreshments, Vendors
Concurrent Sessions
1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m. | Ralph D. Abernathy Hall Annex

Wednesday, June 20, 2018


Registration
8:00 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. | Ralph D. Abernathy Great Hall of Teachers
Concurrent Sessions
9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. | Ralph D. Abernathy Hall Annex

This mini conference is provided w ith emphasis on teaching and learning principles for
helping schools achieve nationally, effective instruction, and effective use of data. This
year's conference focuses on teaching and learning using strategies and best practices
to meet the needs our children and schools. We hope that you w ill learn a great deal
during the tw o days of the conference.

Enroll on Chalkab le PD today! The PD Title Numb er is STIPD# ASUTLC2018

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The Journey
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150 YEARS OF
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TEACHING AND LEARNING MINI CONFERENCE


CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Day 1 | Tuesday, June 19, 2018 | 1 - 4 p.m.

ASURIC1
Session Title: The Right Foot
Time/Date: June 19 | 1 - 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 306
Presenter(s): Dr. Bill Naugher
Focus: For any teacher, the first year is the most important. Unfortunately, for many it
can be a very stressful time. Many first year teachers are simply thrown into the water to
“sink” or “swim”. This seminar focuses on topics such as curriculum,
differentiated instruction, data analysis, motivating students, and much more.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2
Audience: Teachers grades K-6; Special Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC2
Session Title: Classroom Managed
Time/Date: June 19 | 1 - 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 308
Presenter: Dr. LaTonya Barnes
AQTS Standards: 1, 2
Focus: Classroom management is a lively, fun, and interactive workshop that focuses
on practical eye-opening strategies you can use for managing students effectively.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2
Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC3
Session Title: Responding to Intervention (Rtl)
Time/Date: June 19 | 1 - 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 304
Presenter: Yvonne Terrell
Focus: This session will re-visit the Three Tier Model, and highly effective instructional
strategies to engage learners from challenging backgrounds. Emphasis will be placed on
appropriate interventions, best practices, brain research, and using everyday math practice
at home.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3
Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

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CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Day 1 | Tuesday, June 19, 2018 | 1 - 4 p.m.

ASURIC4
Session Title: Learn Highly Effective Questioning
Time/Date: June 19 | 1 - 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 314
Presenter(s): Gary Kubina
Focus: This workshop focuses on strategies to structure questions to create high expectations,
meaningful student engagement, and higher test scores.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2
Audience: Teachers grades K-12th; Special Education Teachers (K - 12th), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC5
Session Title: Reading in Content Areas
Time/Date: June 19 | 1 - 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 315
Presenter(s): Tammy Major
Focus: This workshop presents the need for addressing literacy in the content subjects; it
provides examples of strategies which teachers of the content area subjects can
implement and which are connected to the Common Core English Language Arts
Standards. Research has shown that effective readers use specific strategies for reading.
successfully. Six such strategies are making connections, visualizing, inferring,
questioning, determining importance, and synthesizing.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2
Audience: Teachers grades 9-12th; Special Education Teachers (9 -12th),
Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC55
Session Title: The Story Data Tells Us: Using Data to Improve Student
Achievement
Time/Date: June 19 | 1 - 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 302
Presenter(s): Dr. William Milledge, Jr.
Focus: This session focuses on how to use data to guide instruction, identify students in
need of remediation, and pinpoint students who need enrichment.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2
Audience: Teachers grades K-12th; Special Education Teachers (K - 12th), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

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MOVING FORWARD: PATHWAY TO SUCCESS
MINI CONFERENCE
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Day 2 | Wednesday, June 20, 2018

ASURIC6
Session Title: Algebra Readiness for Every Student
Date/Time: June 20 | 9 a.m. - 12 Noon
Location: RAOC 302
Presenter(s): Gary Kubina
Focus: Gain new strategies to support students' future success in algebra.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3 l Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special Education Teachers
(K-12), Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC7
Session Title: Measuring What Matters
Time/Date: June 20 | 9 a.m. - 12 noon
Location: RAOC 304
Presenter: Yvonne Terrell
Focus: This session on formative assessments addresses the
KUD (Know, Understand, and Do) Learning Modules.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3 I Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special Education Teachers
(K-12), Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC8
Session Title: Motivating Students in Rural Schools Systems
Date/Time: June 20 | 9 a.m. - 12 Noon
Location RAOC 306
Presenter: Dr. Bill Naugher
Focus: This session focuses on the unique needs of students in rural settings and how
to develop a motivational program that will foster their success.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3 Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special Education Teachers
(K-12), Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC56
Session Title: Depth of Knowledge (DOK) Grades 3-5
Date: June 20 | 9 a.m. - 12 noon
Location: RAOC 308
Presenter: Dr. William Milledge, Jr.
Focus: This session focuses on the different levels of cognitive expectation or DOK.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3 l Audience: Teachers grades 3-5; Special Education Teachers
(3-5).

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TEACHING AND LEARNING MINI CONFERENCE


CONCURRENT SESSIONS
Day 2 | Wednesday, June 20, 2018

ASURIC9
Session Title: Algebra I
Presenter(s): Gary Kubina
Date/Time: June 20 | 1 - 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 302
Focus: Discover how using simple things like M & M's, toothpicks, paper plates, patty
paper, rope, cone cups, movement, and singing will spice up your teaching and help
your kids retain what they learn.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3 I Audience: Teachers grades 9-12; Special Education Teachers
(9-12), Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC10
Session Title: Instructional Strategies to Connect the Brain
Date/Time: June 20 | 1 - 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 304
Presenter(s): Yvonne Terrell
Focus: Participants will rethink and retool how to creatively integrate technology to engage,
and empower learners of all modalities.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3 l Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special Education Teachers
(K-12), Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC11
Session Title: Help! My Students are Stressing Me Out!
Date/Time: June 20 | 1 - 4 p.m.
Location RAOC 306
Presenter(s): Dr. Bill Naugher
Focus: Are your students driving you crazy? Stop! There are proven strategies you can
use to restore your mental health, and regain your sanity and happiness.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3 I Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special Education Teachers
(K-12), Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC59
Session Title: Depth of Knowledge (DOK) Grades 6-12
Date/Time: June 20 | 1 - 4 p.m.
Location RAOC 308
Presenter(s): Dr. William Milledge, Jr.
Focus: This session focuses on the different levels of cognitive expectation or DOK.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2,3, I Audience: Teachers grades 6-12; Special Education Teachers
(6-12).
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FEATURED KEYNOTE SPEAKER

JEFFERY E. LANGUM, Ed.D.


Deputy State Superintendent, Division of External Affairs

Dr. Jeffery Langham serves as the Assistant State Superintenden t,


Division of External Affairs, Alabama State Department of Education.
His primary responsibilities include serving as a state agency and
education organization liaison, working closely with the Alabama
Legislature in the realm of legislative policy and advocacy, and
serving as a liaison with the United States Department of Education.

Prior to his appointment, Dr. Langham served as the Superintendent


of the Elmore County School System for ten years. In 2013, the
School Superintendents of Alabama selected him as Alabama’s
Superintendent of the Year .

A native of Bay Minette, Alabama, Dr. Langham completed the requirements of his Bachelor’s Degree
at David Lipscomb College in Nashville, Tennessee; his Master’s Degree at Auburn Montgomery; and
he received his Doctorate in Educational Leadership, Policy, and Law from Alabama State University in
2007. His career in education has encompassed a variety of roles: school system curriculum
coordinator, school administrator, staff development trainer, public relations director, and classroom
teacher. He has also served as an Education Specialist with the Prevention and Support Services
Section of the Alabama State Department of Education. While there, he provided Building Based
Student Support Team (BBSST) training and technical assistance statewide to teachers an d
administrators.

Dr. Langham and his wife, Ginny, an assistant professor in the School of Nursing at Auburn
Montgomery, have one daughter, Weldon, who is a student at Wetumpka High School

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FEATURED KEYNOTE SPEAKER

GREG DEJARNETT, Ed.S.


Educational Administrator, Prevention and Support Services

Mr. DeJarnett is a native of Chilton County and a veteran educator who


currently works for the Alabama State Department of Education. He has
served as a teacher, coach, bus driver, assistant principal, high school
turn-around principal, and a central office supervisor.

He currently serves as an Education Administrator and Supervisor for


the Alabama State Department of Education. This position focuses on
providing school systems throughout the state with research based
best practices on improving student behavior, and culture and climate
within the school. His tenure in the field of education extends beyond
twenty years with a passion for helping young people to reach their
potential of attaining a better life.

Mr. DeJarnett is a graduate of Chilton County High School, Montevallo


University, Alabama State University, and is currently completing his
Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Policy, and Law.

He has made presentations throughout his career to include speaking at the State-Wide Mega Conference
in Mobile, CLAS Conference (Council for Leaders in Alabama Schools), AEA Conference
(Alabama Education Association), Alabama High School Athletic Association, City of Montgomery Youth
Initiative, The International Mentoring Conference, Auburn University, Churches, Youth Groups, and school
systems throughout the state.

Mr. DeJarnett and his wife, Jackie, an assistant principal in the Chilton County Public Schools, have one
daughter, Santana, who is a student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, and one son Delondre,
who is a student at Jefferson State College.

Mr. DeJarnett has a strong belief that children can succeed regardless of their circumstances if given the
opportunity and support they need to overcome the challenges that stand in
their way.

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Moderator:
Dr.LaTonya Barnes
Education Policy Practice (EPPP)
Director for the Alabama Education Association (AEA)

Panelist:
Senovia Wilson, NBCT, Generalist, Early Childhood, Selma City Schools
Rebecca Ivey, NBCT, Library Media, Bullock County Schools
Dr. Lisa Morenzoni, NBCT, Mathematics, Selma City Schools
Samantha Mayweather, NBCT, Career Technical Education,
Montgomery Public Schools

ASURIC12
Title: National Board for Professional Teaching Standards Board
Round Table Discussion
Date/Time: June 4 I 9 a.m. - 12 noon
Location: Ralph Abernathy Hall - Great Hall of Teachers
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3
Focus: National Board Aw areness: Are you interested in learning more about the National
Board process? If so, this session is for you. During our time together w e will discuss the
requirements of the process, the current legislation governing National Board supplements,
the financial assistance available, and answ er any questions you may have.

For More inform ation regarding support for your pursuit of National Board
Certification, contact: Dr. Evelyn Hodge, Director, Central Alabam a Regional
Education Inservice Center, at ehodge@alasu.edu.

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ASURIC13
Title: Counting Collections in the Primary Grade
Presenter: Dea W. Powe
Date/Time: June 27|1- 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 308
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 5
Focus: Participants will examine the Kindergarten through 2 nd grade standards and
investigate best practices to determine the importance of counting throughout the
grade band.
Audience: Teachers grades K-2; Special Education Teachers (K-2), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC14
Title: Getting Loopy with Digital Literacy
Presenter: Mark Coty
Date/Time: June 25 I 9 a.m. – 12 noon
Location: RAOC 311
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 5
Focus: Participants will explore the Big Ideas of implementing Digital Literacy
st
in the 21 Century classroom.
Audience: Teachers grades K-5; Special Education Teachers (K-5),
Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC15
Title: Keys to Increasing Student Achievement Mathematics
Presenter: Chandra Spicer
Date/Time: June 27 | 9 a.m. – 12 noon
Location: RAOC 306
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 5
Focus: This interactive workshop will provide participants with hands-on activities
and tasks that address the Eight Effective Math Teaching Practices.
Audience: Teachers grades 6-9; Special Education Teachers (6-9),
Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC16
Title: Crosscutting What?
Presenter(s): Jocelyn Tubbs-Turner and Shermanita Walker
Date/Time: June 28 |1- 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 308
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 5
Focus: Participants in this session will take an in-depth look into 3-Dimensional
Learning with an emphasis on crosscutting concepts.
Audience: Teachers grades K-5; Special Education Teachers (K-5), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

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Administrative

ASURIC19
Title: Walk Where, Walk When, Walk Through: Tough Conversations
Presenter: Ibrahim Lee
Date/Time: June 18| 9 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location: RAOC 304
AQTS: Standards 1, 3, 4, 5
Focus: How often do you get into the classrooms? Once a week? Less than that? Walk -
throughs are an excellent way to keep current on what is being taught in the classrooms,
head off any parent concerns, quell discipline issues, and show the faculty and students
that you care about them This session addresses the importance of walkthroughs, and
student achievement.
Audience: Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC20
Title: Book Study featuring "Crucial Conversations" by Kerry Patterson, Joseph
Grenny, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler
Presenter: Ibrahim Lee
Date/Time: June 25 | 9 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Location: RAOC 304
AQTS: Standards 1, 3, 4, 5
Focus: This interactive presentation will give you fresh new ideas and insight on how
to conduct meaningful walk-throughs, observations, and performance evaluations,
while setting the stage and planting seeds for "tough conversations." Don't wait until
the last minute to be accountable. Make it count with each visit.
Audience: Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

Professional Learning Unit (PLU)

PLUACLD598
PLUASIL 6 ACLD, Technology initiatives (SDE),
Productivity Technology Leaders

Presenter: Vanessa Webster


Date/Time: June 19 | 12 noon – 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 311

Productivity for Technology leaders is a hybrid professional learning group that provides
face-to-face and online content to support educational leadership in our students’
technological world. Attendance and participation in this session are required to begin
the professional study to earn the Standard 3 Literacy PLU. Additional online assignments
are required. This professional study is ACLD approved.

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Reading and Literacy


ASURIC21
Title: Make Take and Teach: Depths of Knowledge (DOK)
Presenter: Karen Calhoun
Date/Time: June 13 | 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 304
AQTS: Standards 1, 2, 3
Focus: Hear about workstations which help with DOK, to include resources,
materials and activities to make work stations.
Audience: Teachers grades K-2; Special Education Teachers (K-2),
Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC22
Title: Strategic Teaching: Literacy Across all Contents
Presenter: Pamela Rackley and Yvette Dillard
Date/Time: June 12, 13, 14, | 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 314
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3
Focus: Explore the processes of purposeful planning, multiple strategies,
connected strategies and explicit instruction to maximize the understanding
and retention of content material.
Audience: Teachers in grades 6-12; Special Education Teachers (6-12),
Coaches/Partners, Administrators, and others.

ASURIC23
Title: The Foundations for Beginning Reading
Presenter: Tammy Major
Date/Time: June 5, 6, 7 | 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 314
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3
Focus: Gain a deeper understanding of reading research by exploring explicit
And systematic Instruction in phonemic awareness, phonics, fluency, vocabulary
and comprehension.
Audience: Teachers in grades K-5; Special Education Teachers (K-5), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC24
Title: Managing a Differentiated Classroom
Presenter: Gail Daniels
Date/Time: June 26| 1- 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC306
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3
Focus: This workshop will focus on strategies to organize and manage the
Differentiated Classroom.
Audience: Teachers grades K-5; Special Education Teachers (K-5), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.
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Writing

ASURIC25
Title: Follow Your Ideas-They Know the "Write" Way!
Presenter: Marylynn Williams
Date/Time: June 6 | 9 a.m. – 12 noon
Location: RAOC 306
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3
Focus: Make thinking visible through the 6+1 Traits of Writing.
Audience: Teachers grades K-2; Special Education Teachers (K-2), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC26
Title: Follow Your Ideas-They Know the "Write" Way! Pt. 2
Presenter: Marylynn Williams
Date/Time: June 6 | 1-4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 306
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3
Focus: Make thinking visible through the 6+1 Traits of Writing.
Audience: Teachers grades 3-5; Special Education teachers (3-5), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

ASURIC52
Title: 3rd Grade Cursive Writing
Presenter: Tonija Dimbo
Date/Time: June 7, 2018 I 9:00 a.m. – 12 noon
Location: RAOC 308
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3
Focus: This session provides an overview of the Third Grade Cursive Writing,
Lexi’s Law—Act 2016-352 (House Bill 218).
Audience: Teachers grades 3; Special Education teachers (3),
Instructional Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

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2018 Summer Sessions

HELPING TEACHERS GROW EDUCATIONALLY


THROUGH PROFESSIONAL LEARNING
AND BEST PRACTICES

The Central Alab ama Regional Education Inservice Center endorses


the standards for Professional Learning (Learning Forward, 2011).

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Math Best Practices

ASURIC27 ASURIC30
Title: Algebra II and Trigonometry Title: Managing Difficult Parents
Presenter(s): Gary Kubina Presenter: Dr. Bill Naugher
Date/Time: June 21 | 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Date/Time: June 21| 9 a.m. – 12 noon
Location: RAOC 302 Location: RAOC 306
AQTS Standards: 2, 3 AQTS Standards: 2, 3, 5
Focus: Participate in some fun, quick, Focus:
activities that engage challenges, and Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special
excites your students about Algebra II and Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional
Trigonometry. Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.
Audience: Teachers grades 9-12; Special
Education Teachers (9-12), Instructional ASURIC31
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators. Title: 10 Important Steps to Success
Presenter(s): Dr. Bill Naugher
Best Practices Date/Time: June 21 | 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 306
ASURIC28 AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 4
Title: Managing Today’s Diverse Focus: This session focuses on
Classroom Fish Bowl EVERYTHING that affects your
Presenter(s): Yvonne Terrell happiness and the success of your
Date/Time: June 21 | 9 a.m. – 12 noon students’ engagement.
Location: RAOC 304 Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special
AQTS Standards: 2, 3 Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional
Focus: Participants will leave this session Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.
with a Classroom Management Toolkit with
the latest best practices and much more!
Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special ASURIC32
Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional Title: Meeting Students’ Needs with
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators. Differentiated Instruction
Presenter(s): Gail Daniels
ASURIC29 Date/Time: June 28 | 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Title: How to Wire Your Classroom to Location: RAOC 315
Engage the Brain AQTS Standards : 2, 3
Presenter(s): Yvonne Terrell Focus: Learn how to “shake-up”
Date/Time: June 21|1 p.m. - 4 p.m. instruction to meet the individual needs of
Location: RAOC 304 students in all content areas.
AQTS Standards: 2, 3 Audience: Teachers grades K-5; Special
Focus: Participants will leave this session Education Teachers (K-5), Instructional
with a Designer Dendrite Toolkit of Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.
resources, brain compatible strategies,
lesson plan pointers, and other tidbits to
grow dendrites.
Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special
Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.

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Best Practices ASURIC36


Title: Writing Effective IEP’s for
Students with Disabilities
Presenter: Dr. Brenda Dean
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Date/Time: June 12 | 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Title: Student Engagement:
Location: RAOC 304
Prioritizing, Engaging and
Alabama Quality Teaching Standards:
Motivating all Learners
Presenter: Eddieca C. Robertson Curriculum Guides, Extended Standards,
Date/Time: June 11|9 a.m. - 12 noon COS
Location: RAOC 308 Focus: This workshop will focus on writing
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 5 effective IEPs that meet federal and state
guidelines.
Focus: Participants will learn how to
integrate student engagement into the Audience: Teachers grades K-12;
existing school improvement agenda Special Education Teachers (K-12),
through collecting and using survey data Instructional Coaches/Partners, and
Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special Administrators.
Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators. ASURIC37
Title: Grant Writing/Fund Development
ASURIC34
Presenter: Felicia Stoudemire-Tyus
Title: Writing Effective IEP’s for
Date/Time: June 14| 1p.m.-4 p.m.
Students with Disabilities
Location: RAOC 308
Presenter: Dr. Brenda Dean
AQTS Standards: 5
Date/Time: June 12 I 9 a.m. – 12
Focus: Hear ways to assist with seeking
Location: RAOC 304 funds to expand on program needs for
Alabama Quality Teaching Standards: educational purposes such as grant writing
Curriculum Guides, Extended Standards, and fund raising.
COS Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special
Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional
Focus: This workshop will focus on
Coaches/Partners, and Administrators.
writing effective IEPs that meet federal
and state guidelines.
Audience: Teachers grades K-12;
Special Education Teachers (K-12),
Instructional Coaches/Partners, and
Administrators.

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Title: Alabama Fitness Assessment
(APFA)
Presenter: Ronald Ashley
Date/Time: June 6 | 1p.m. – 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 306
AQTS Standards : 1, 5
Focus: This session is designed to assist
physical education teachers as they plan
for and administer the Alabama Physical
Fitness Assessment (APFA) examination
and much more! Audience: Physical
Education Teachers.
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Best Practices Novice Teachers: ASU-COE


Beginning Educator Assistance
ASURIC38 Program (BEAP)
Title: Awareness: Adult and Pediatric
First Aid/CPR/AED ASURIC41
Presenter: Ronald Ashley Title: Exquisite Literacy Centers for
Date/Time: June 5 | 9 a.m. – 12 noon K-6 Educators
Location: RAOC 304 Presenter: Willie Shelby
AQTS Standards : 1, 2, 3, Date/Time: June 25 | 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Focus: Participants will learn how to give Location: RAOC 306
appropriate care for different First Aid
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Emergencies and how to perform CPR and Focus: Learn how to survive that dreaded
use AED as required.
first and second year. Organizational skills,
Audience: All Educators classroom management procedures, and
literacy strategies will be discussed.
ASURIC39 Audience: Novice Teachers (K-5)
Title: Awareness: Adult and Pediatric
First Aid/CPR/AED Pt. 2 ASURIC42
Presenter: Ronald Ashley Title: Interactive Activities to
Date/Time: June 5 | 1p.m. - 4 p.m. Promote Literacy in the
Location: RAOC 304 Classroom
AQTS Standards : 2, 4 Presenter: Loretta Adams
Focus: Participants will learn how to give Date/Time: June 18 | 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
appropriate care for different FIRST AID Location: RAOC 207
Emergencies and how to perform CPR and AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
use AED as required. Focus: Enjoy a make-and-take session
Audience: All Educators creating literacy activities that can be used
immediately in the classroom. This session
ASURIC40 is designed to be practical and relevant
Title: Introduction to Bocce Ball to your classroom needs.
Presenter: Ronald Ashley Audience: Novice Teachers (K-3)
Date/Time: June 6 | 9 a.m. – 12 noon
Location: RAOC 306 ASURIC43
AQTS Standards : 1, 5 Title: Exquisite Decorum for Middle
Focus: Participants will learn the rules and and High School Classrooms
techniques of Bocce Ball and several other Presenter: Keri Patrick
recreational games designed to Date/Time: June 11 | 9 a.m.-4 P.M.
accommodate large classes or groups Location: RAOC 308
inside or outside.
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Audience: All Educators , Coaches,
Focus: This workshop will help Middle
Recreational Leaders and High School novice teachers design
a warm, welcoming classroom that will
transform into a conducive learning
environment.
Audience: Novice Teachers (9-12)

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2018 Summer Sessions

Technology
ASURIC44 The BEST of 2018!
Title: Go. Go, Google Classroom
Presenter: Vanessa Webster
Date/Time: June 20 | 9:00 a.m. -12 noon
Location: RAOC 311
AQTS Standards : 2, 3
Focus: This session will start with the
basics of Google Classroom then dig
deeper into Web tools that can integrate
seamlessly with Google Classroom.
Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special
Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, Administrators, and
others

ASURIC45
Title: EdTechify Your Teaching with
Google Extensions
Presenter: Vanessa Webster
Date/Time: June 20 | 1:00 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 311
AQTS Standards : 2, 3
Focus: Have you wondered what Chrome
extensions are and how to use them. This Source: Kasey Bell. (2018). Shake Up
session will focus on extensions and how Learning. [Web log post]. Retrieved from
https://shakeuplearning.com/blog/16-
these programs can add functions and
curation-tools-for-teachers-and-students
features to your Chrome browser.
Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special
Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, Administrators, and
others.

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Title: Reaching All Kids


Presenter: Dr. Michael King ASURIC50
Title: Awareness: Autism Training
Date/Time: June 25 |
Presenter: Dr. Doris Hill and
Session 1: ASURIC46
Maria Gutierrez
Time: 9:00 -12 noon
Date/Time: June 4 | 9 a.m. – 12 noon
(Grades K-6 Teachers Only)
Location: RAOC 314
Session 2: ASURIC47
AQTS Standards:
Time: 1- 4 p.m.
Focus: Participants will be provided
(Grades 6-12 Teachers Only) professionals access to resources on
Location: RAOC 311
evidence-based practice for Autism and
AQTS Standards: Developmental Disabilities (DD).
Focus: This session(s) will engage Audience: Teachers grades K-12; Special
teachers in activities that they use Education Teachers (K-12), Instructional
immediately in the classroom to provide Coaches/Partners, Administrators, and
their students with effective and efficient others working with individuals with Autism
classroom accommodations and and/or DD.
modifications.
ASURIC51
Audience: Teachers, Special Education Title: Awareness: Behavior Intervention
Teachers Instructional Plan
Coaches/Partners, Administrators, Presenter: Dr. Doris Hill
and others. Date/Time: June 4 | 1 p.m.-4 p.m.
Location: RAOC 314
Title: Understanding Co-Teaching AQTS Standards:
Presenter: Dr. Michael King Focus: This session will provide
Date/Time: June 26 | information on conducting a functional
Session 1: ASURIC48 behavior assessment (FBA), which
leads to developing a behavior intervention
Time: 9:00 -12 noon
plan (BIP). A behavior intervention plan
Grades K-6 Grade Teachers Only) is required by IDEA for student’s whose
Session 2: ASURIC49 behavior is impacting their educational
Time: 1- 4 p.m. progress and/or the progress of other
(Grades 6-12 Teachers Only) students.
Location: RAOC 311 Audience: Teachers grades K-12;
AQTS Standards: Special Education Teachers (K-12),
Focus: Use Co-teaching effectively with Instructional Coaches/Partners,
Administrators, and others working with
special needs students in the general
education classroom and everyone wins. individuals with Autism and /or DD.
Audience: Teachers grades K-12;
Special Education Teachers (K-12),
Instructional Coaches/Partners,
Administrators, and others.

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ASURIEC2018
Title: Project Citizen Training
Presenter (s): Dr. Alan Stevens
Time/Date: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm I July 25
Location: RAOC 311
Focus: Using Project Citizen as a tool for building community and in
conjunction with the Alabama Bicentennial, participants will explore the
relationship between civil and human rights, public policy, and civic
engagement. The trainer(s) will reinforce civic knowledge, skills, and
dispositions as participants examine their community’s problems and concerns
through the eyes of the “other.” The workshop will use Project Citizen
curricular materials as the primary base of instruction to strengthen the civic
component of service learning. Participants will learn how to use Project Citizen
as a service learning/civic involvement model. Participating teachers will have
the responsibility for coordinating or implementing service learning/civic
involvement in their school, district, or community-based organization in the
2018–2019 school year, and presenting a showcase at the inservice center
and/or state-sponsored event in late spring of 2019.

P articipants will receive a $100 stipend. Each participant will receive a classroom set
of student books and a teacher's guide. All materials will be provided. Mileage
Al l owance and lunch are included.

ASURIC53
Title: Let’s Talk Alabama Civics Testing
Presenter(s): Delano Muhammad
Time/Date: July 2 I 9:00 am – noon
Location: RAOC 308
AQTS Standards: 1, 2, 3, 4
Focus: The purpose of this session is to provide schools with information on
implementing the required civics test beginning in the 2018 –2019 school year.
Audience: Teachers grade 12; Special Education Teachers (12), Instructional
Coaches/Partners, Administrators, and others.

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ASU-CIVICLIFE2018
Title: What's Next, Alabama? Place-based, Deliberative Learning in
the Classroom
Presenter (s): The David Matthews Civic Center for Life
Date/Time: Tuesday, May 29 I 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Location: Se l ma-Da llas C oun ty Pu b lic L ibrary, 1 1 03 Selma Ave n u e,
Se l m a, AL
Fo cu s: Th is w orkshop w i ll e qu ip e du cators to i n corporate p la ce -
b a s ed l e arn ing a n d d elib era ti on i nto th e ir cu rriculum to e nha nce
s tu d ents' co nten t kn owl edge a nd comprehe nsi on o f Al a bama’s
u n i q ue h istory. Pa rticipati ng e ducators w i ll re cei ve to ols a n d
re s ou rces to fa cili ta te e ngag ing cl assroom d elib erati ons tha t
h i g h ligh t Al ab ama 's d ive rse p eo ple a n d cul tu res, a nd e n gage
s tu d ents i n s h arin g h ow th e ir o w n e xp eri ences i n fl uence th eir
co n n ection w i th o ur state’s p ast, p resent, a nd fu ture. Th ese
w o rkshops w il l u tilize th e D a vid Ma thew ’s C e nters fre e p lace -b ase d
i s sue g uides w hi ch co ve r co ntent s uch as Al a bama’s e conomy,
Al a b a ma’s C ivi l R ig hts Mo ve ment, a n d th e C re ek Wa r o f 1 812 .Th is
w o rkshop is g e ared to wards 9 th throug h 1 2th g rade s ocial s tu dies
cl a ssroom e ducators a nd th ose w h o w ork cl osely w i th th em to
d e ve l o p curri cul um a n d resources. L ib rarians a nd techno logy
s p e ci alists a re a lso e ncourage d to a tte nd.

Contact Gabrielle Lamplugh, Davi d Mathews Center As s i s tant Pr ogr am


Di r ector, at glamplugh@mathewscenter.org wi th any questions, or c al l the
DMC offi c e at ( 205) 665 - 9005. Vi s i t
www.mathews c enter .or g/wnal wor k s hops for mor e i nfor mati on.

Lun c h wil l b e pr ov ided fr ee of c h a r g e !

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eLearning Online 2018
Summer Courses

Early Bird Summer 2018


May 2 - June 19
(6 week courses for those who need hours by June 30)
For more information about these courses, please contact:
Tom Dreilinger, State Director eLearning for Educators
Alabama Technology in Motion, ALSDE
http://learning.alsde.edu | http://elearning.atim.cc
334-670-1884

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2018 ANNUAL CONFERENCE


November 14, 15, 16, 2018
Learning Forward is the state affiliate for the national learning forward organization
for public educators. It is formerly known as the Alabama Staff Development Council
and the National Staff Development Council.

For More Information about the conference, please contact:


Dr. Evelyn Hodge, Director, Central Alabama Regional Education Inservice Center (CAREIC)
at ehodge@alasu.edu.

The Gulf Coast Conference on


The Teaching of Writing

June 25-28, 2018 | Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort | Destin, Florida
The 2018 Gulf Coast Conference on the Teaching of Writing is sponsored by
Alabama's Regional Inservice Centers
Scholarships for registration are available.
https://www.facebook.com/GulfCoastWritingConference
For More Information about the conference, please contact: Dr. Evelyn Hodge,
Director, Central Alabama Regional Education Inservice Center (CAREIC) at
ehodge@alasu.edu.

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WHEN: June 14, 2018
9:00am – 3:00 pm
WHERE: Bessemer Civic Center
1130 9 th Ave SW
Bessemer, AL 35022

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National Board Certification
Alabama State Department of Education
Congratulations to our NBCT Region 8 Scholarship Recipients!

Shenise Houser-Tyson
Leasa Abrams-Wilson
Darren Ramalho
Amy M. Crawford
Christi Black-Reese
Shavante Gresham-Austin
LaShawnta Renee Carnes
Alice Harris Jackson
Jennifer Lynn Douthit
Ora Gordon
Mashonda Strong
Alicia Cleveland
Julie Johnson
Analie Carr
Keonta Melton
Michael Rainey
Everlena Houston Walker
Antwuan Stinson

National Board in Action

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ALABAMA STATE UNIVERSITY
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

CENTRAL ALABAMA REGIONAL


EDUCATION INSERVICE CENTER
&
THE ALABAMA EDUCATION ASSOCIATION

National Board Certification


&
Back to School Make and Take Extravaganza

September 15, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.


Alabama State University

Opening Session: Ralph Abernathy Hall-Great Hall of Teachers


Concurrent Sessions: Ralph D. Abernathy Hall, Annex C (RAOC)
PLUs will be available for certain sessions
This National Board Certification Pre-Candidate Support Initiative is hosted by the Central
Alabama Regional Education Inservice Center along with assistance and support of the
Alabama Education Association. For more information about National Board Certification visit
www.boardcertifiedteachers.org or contact: Dr.Evelyn Hodge, Central Alabama Regional
Education Inservice Center at (334). 207.9736 or Dr. Pamela Fossett, Alabama Education
Association at (800) 392.5839

Enroll on Chalkable PD today!


The PD Title Number is ASURIC54

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SPECIAL THANKS
Dr. Quentin Ross, President
Alabam a State University

Dr. Carl Pettis, Interim Provost


Alabam a State University

Dr. LaWanda Edw ards and Dr. Sonya Webb


Associate Deans , College of Education
Mrs. Elizabeth Duncan Morgan
Adm inistrative Assistance , College of Education

Dr. Betty Ann Palm er


President, Central Alabam a Governing Board

Dr. Jeffery Langum


Keynote Speaker

Greg DeJarnett, Ed.S.


Keynote Speaker

Dr. Molly Killingsw orth


Alabam a State Departm ent of Education

Karen Porter, Reeda Betts, and Staff


Alabam a Reading Initiative
DeDe Inge and Staff
Alabam a Math, Science, Technology Initiative (AMSTI)

The Staff of the Inservice Center:


E. Hodge, J. Asberry, P. How ard, V. Webster, R. Adam s, F. Sm ith (Student Worker)

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CONSULTANT LISTING
Ibrahim Lee, Statew ide Consultant, and
Loretta Adam s , Consultant
Educator
Ronald Ashley, Consultant
Tam m y Major, Retired Administrator,
Dr. LaTonya Barnes, Education Policy
Consultant, Selma City Schools
Practice (EPPP), Director for the
Dr. William Milledge, Jr., Consultant
Alabama Education Association (AEA)
Dr. Lisa Morenzoni, NBCT, Consultant
Karen Calhoun, Consultant
Sam antha Mayw eather, NBCT,
Mark Coty, Consultant, Elementary Math Consultant
Specialist (3-5), (AMSTI) Dea Pow e, Consultant, Elementary Math
Gail Daniels, Consultant Specialist (K-2) Mathematics, AMSTI
Dr. Brenda Dean, Consultant Keri Patrick, Consultant

Yvette Dillard, Adjunct Instructor, College Dr. Bill Naugher, Statew ide Consultant
of Education, Alabama State University Pam ela Rackley, Consultant

Tonija Dim bo, Consultant Eddieca C. Robertson, Consultant,


Gregory DeJarnett, Education Montgomery Public Schools
Administrator (Supervisor), Division for Willie Shelby, Consultant

Prevention and Support Services, Alabama Chandra Spice r, Consultant, Middle School
State Department of Education Math Specialist, AMSTI

Maria Gutierrez, President of the Lee Yvonne Terrell, Statew ide Consultant
County Autism Resource and Advocacy Jocelyn Tubbs -Turner, Consultant,
Group Elementary Science Specialist (3-5), AMSTI

Dr. Doris Hill, Director, Felicia Stoudem ire -Tyus, Grant-Writing and
Regional Autism Netw ork Non-Profit Development Specialist
Rebecca Ivy, NBCT, Consultant Vanessa Webster, Technology in Motion
Gary Kubina, Retired Teacher, Statew ide Specialist, Alabama State University
Consultant, Mobile City Schools Senovia Wilson, Consultant, NBCT

Dr. Micheal King, Consultant Selma City Schools,


Dr. Jeffery E. Langum , Deputy State Shem anita Walker, Consultant, Elementary
Superintendent, Division of External Science Specialist (K-2
Affairs, Alabama State Department of Marylynn William s, Consultant, NBCT,
Education Autauga Schools

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