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Fall 18 Navigating LEO for PD Students Video

 

ED 7000 W Suicide:The Role of the Gatekeeper CONFIRMED TO RUN. Registration is still open.

ED 7002 W Addiction, Trauma & Mental Health First Aid for Educators CONFIRMED TO RUN. Registration is still open.

ED 7001 W What's Different About Teaching Reading has been canceled.

 

EVERYONE must have a LEO Account to register for PD courses (even if you have a Lake Erie ID..the Account enables you to register independently in our system).

 

Frequently Asked Questions/Answers:

1. Forget your User Name and or Password? Create LEO Account again and the system will resend your credentials.

2. How do Online Courses work? They have rolling registration - earliest they begin is Sept 1st., most are 3 SH and tuition often is $515

3. Can I take Professional Development courses Pass/Fail? YES, Pass is accepted by ODE. 

4. See "MORE Course Info" left side column for details

5. Really, really, really don't want to register online then click here for form to mail.  

Fall 2018 PD Registration Form.pdf

 

HOW TO REGISTER GUIDE.pdf   New and Updated

 

Friday, October 5th, 5 pm-9 pm and Saturday, October 6th, 8 am-5 pm

ED 1728 W Suicide: The Role of the Gatekeeper
Location: Garfield Center, A1
Faculty Dr. John Spiesman, MSW
Grade Levels: K-12
Tuition: $230, 1 Graduate Semester Hour

Participants will learn to understand depression and suicide in our communities and our school population. The role of the gatekeeper will be examined in community life, as well as the connection between depression and suicide. Participants will become familiar with suicide prevention techniques, hear stories from survivors from all walks of life and will learn to become gatekeepers in their worlds. Device not required for this course.
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Friday, October 19th, 5 pm-9 pm and Saturday, October 20th, 8 am-5 pm

ED 7000 W Google It! Using Google Apps in the Classroom
Location: Garfield Center, D10 Lab
Faculty: Amy Roediger
Grade Levels: PreK-12
Tuition: $230, 1 Graduate Semester Hour

Are you looking for some easy ways to use technology in the classroom? Are you tired of searching for your flash drive or emailing documents to yourself? Do you want to introduce your students to easy tools for collaboration? In this class we will explore Google Apps – Docs, Spreadsheets, Presentations, Forms, and more – for productivity and collaboration. We will also look at some other webtools that work nicely with Google apps. By the end of the class, you will be able to create and share a variety of projects from self-graded quizzes to collaborative presentations. Come and Google it! No need to bring a device since class takes place in a computer lab.
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Friday, October 26th, 5 pm-9 pm and Saturday, October 27th, 8 am-5 pm

ED 7001 W What’s Different About Teaching Reading to ALL Students Especially Students Learning English NEW

Canceled 9/4/18.

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Friday, November 2nd, 5 pm-9 pm and Saturday, November 3rd, 8 am-5 pm

ED 7002 W Addiction, Trauma, & Mental Health First Aid for Educators CONFIRMED TO RUN
Location: Garfield Center, A1
Faculty: Rae Grady, ADAMHS Board
Grade Levels: PreK-12
Tuition: $230, 1 Graduate Semester Hour

This course is designed to provide educators with tools to better manage their classrooms or schools by learning how to recognize signs of children who have experienced trauma, and best practices for helping those students succeed in the classroom. Mental Health First Aid is an international program for helping people working with youth who may be experiencing symptoms of mental illness, addiction or be a member of a family in crisis. Information on local resources will be included. Components of Opiate Abuse Prevention in HB 367 will be covered. Upon completion of this course, national certification of Mental Health First Aide will be awarded. Please bring $20 cash the first day of class for the required Mental Health First Aid manual. Device not required for this course.

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Friday, November 9th, 5 pm-9 pm and Saturday, November 10th, 8 am-5 pm

ED 7003 W The Heart and SOLE of the 4 Cs 
(formerly Achieving the 4 Cs with SOLE-Self-Organizing Learning Environments)

Location: Garfield Center, A1
Faculty: Amy Roediger and Tom Hogan
Grade Levels: K-12
Tuition: $230, 1 Graduate Semester Hour

Come explore a quick and easy strategy you can implement in your classroom to increase engagement, motivation, and self-confidence of students. This course focuses on SOLE (Self-Organized Learning Environments), which is appropriate at any grade level and subject area and consists of three basic steps: a big question, investigation, and review. In this course you will generate big questions and learn what to expect from your students during the investigation and review. This simple-to-use process helps students develop effective communication and critical thinking skills while collaboratively generating a creative response. Please bring your charged device both days to class or use Lake Erie’s Chromebooks.

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Friday, November 16th, 5 pm-9 pm and Saturday, November 17th, 8 am-5 pm

ED 7004 W American Sign Language and Deaf Culture NEW

Location: Garfield Center, A1
Faculty: Dr. Katie Krammer
Grade Levels: PK-12
Tuition: $230, 1 Graduate Semester Hour

Whether you have had a student in your class who was Deaf or Hard of Hearing or have just always been curious about Deaf Culture or wanted to learn to sign, this course will give you that chance! In addition to learning more about Deaf Culture, we will also talk about strategies for working with students who have a hearing loss, and learn the signed alphabet along with some basic useful classroom signs and phrases. This course will include videos, games, instructor demonstration, and lots of hands-on (pun intended) activities! Please bring your charged device both days to class or use Lake Erie’s Chromebooks.