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Professional Development opportunities!

11/03/2013
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Check out these upcoming professional development opportunities:

Provided by locally by your association:
Rock the Professionalism Rubric
November 12th, 4:30-6:30 pm BCEA office
Want to Rock the professionalism rubric? Come to this session!
Email Jaimie Mcmahon to RSVP

Using Google Forms
December 11 4-5:30pm BCEA office
Learn to use a google form to create a self-grading quiz or a survey. If you have access to a laptop or tablet, bring it with you along with a quiz you would like to give your students. Email Rebecca Dickenson to RSVP

Provided by TEA:
TEA New Teacher Conference
February 22nd 8:30-3:30 TEA office, Nashville
This interactive, highly acclaimed classroom-management training addresses one of the greatest needs identified by beginning teachers and their principals. The program covers classroom transitions, reinforcements, rules and routines, dealing with difficult behavior and more—all designed especially for the less experienced teacher, irrespective of grade level taught. Register or learn more here!
****Would you be interested in attending this workshop locally? If we get enough people, we can schedule a local session. Email Rebecca Dickenson

Upcoming FREE webinars by edWeb.net.
edWeb provides a certificate for attending live or recorded webinars:
See ALL webinars on their calendar by clicking here

Using Documentation to Address Bullying
Wednesday, November 6th at 5pm
Legislation has been passed in many states that hold school personnel responsible for the damages inflicted by bullies on their victims. Not only do teachers and administrators have to take effective action against bullies – but they have to be able to SHOW that they have taken action when challenged by parents and their lawyers. Join Shannon Holden as he reveals techniques school employees can use to protect themselves from lawsuits

Reading Informational Text: Focus on Integration of Knowledge and Ideas
Tuesday, November 5th at 4pm
Presented by Suzanne Zimbler, Assistant Managing Editor, TIME For Kids and Jaime Joyce, Assistant Managing Editor, Education, TIME For Kids. Sponsored by TIME For Kids

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