Course Title

PDSI 9920 – Increasing Whole Educator Potential to Develop Whole Students (Equity, Mindset, Grit, Body & Character)!

Event Description

This rejuvenating conference includes everything you’ve grown to expect from SI and more.

  • Relational Equity
  • Relevant Standards-Based Presentations
  • Interesting PLC Collaboration Component
  • Place Based Education Day Trips
  • Effective Implementation of the Common Core
  • Important Wellness Activities
  • Innovative Technology
  • Replinish, Rejuvinate & Remember Why You Teach.

Event Description

  • 3 – 4 Semester University of the Pacific Graduate Level Credits in 5-days
  • Three-credit class is a forty-five hour week (3 semester units = 4.5 quarter credits). Four credit class is a 60 hour week (4 semester units = 6 quarter units)
  • University of the Pacific (non-profit/WASC approved)
  • Save money with Early Bird registration and Group Rates! (3 or more from the same school)

Event Details

Dates: June 05, 2017 - June 09, 2017 (4:00pm - 6:00pm Wellness Daily)

Start time: 08:00 a.m.

End time: 06:00 p.m.

Venue: SOS Club

Address: 819 Sunset Ave. Modesto, CA

Register

$395.00$615.00

Enroll now before prices increase!

There will be a $100 non refundable deposit and no refunds after June 1.

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Featured Speakers

Dr. Johnny Lake

Internationally recognized educator, writer and storyteller
Title: Apples, Oranges, and Diversity: Multiculturalism in our Modern Society

This training is designed to help teachers, staff and school leaders to identify and build the necessary skills and capabilities to work successfully with the challenges and opportunities presented by the increasing diversity and multicultural dynamics of our schools and communities. Consistent with research and practice educators recognize the critical importance of the teacher-student interactions and relationship. This session centers the student in the educational process. Intellectual content and experiential learning provides key learning for teachers to gain effective knowledge and skills to enhance educational outcomes for all children.

 

 


Dr. Bill Hayne

Title: Diversifying Instructional Design to Cultivate Student Success

Director of Teacher Education, Lewis-Clark State College. A member of the Assiniboine/Sioux Indian Nations of Montana Bill was born, raised and schooled on the Nez Perce and Shoshone/Bannock Reservations in Idaho. Over the past 32 years Bill has served in the education field in a variety of capacities, with an emphasis upon Indian education. Bill served as Principal for a K-8th grade tribal school for the Lummi Indian Nation in Bellingham, Washington, where he and his staff redesigned the curriculum, built a new school campus, and developed several youth and school/community leadership teams. For the past 22 years Bill has been a faculty member in the division of education for Lewis-Clark State College, as well as an education and health consultant.


Dr. Colleen Klatt
Title: Taking Control of Conflict

A seasoned change management and communication consultant, Colleen has 23 years of experience helping institutions of higher education and Fortune 500 companies overcome complex challenges. For over a decade she studied the psychology of attitudes and behavior change. With an advanced degree in social influence, her work has helped institutions and companies successfully navigate difficult organizational transformation by implementing change management, communication, and education plans that drive results and lead to sustained change.


Tom Changnon

Title:“Current Trends in Education in our Valley” & Superintendent Forum”

Tom Changnon was elected Stanislaus County Superintendent of Schools in November, 2006 and sworn into office on January 9, 2007. As Superintendent, he oversees the Stanislaus County Office of Education (SCOE) with a staff of 855 and a budget of over $245 million. SCOE provides direct instructional programs and support services to the 26 school districts in Stanislaus County. This includes 188 schools and over 105,000 students. The office also provides regional programs and services in a seven-county area.

Bob Davee

Title: Reducing Financial Stress Through Retirement Planning

Bachelors w/ Honors in Finance, Indiana University. MBA, Northwestern University. Business Background: Asset Management, Investment Banking, Trust Services. I’ve been helping clients define and meet their financial goals for over 25 years. I’ll help you visualize your successful retirement. Then I’ll put together a plan to help you achieve your dreams. Planning, Saving, Investing- I’ll help you put it all together.

Luke Hibbard
SCOE Certified Trainer
Luke Hibbard is the Coordinator for Technology and Professional Development at the Stanislaus County Office of Education. After spending 10 years as a classroom teacher in Empire Union Schools, he transitioned to the county office where he has assisted with technology integration into classroom instruction as well as the 1:1 implementation into the alternative education setting. His passion is helping educators develop 21st century skills that ultimately produce students that are career and college ready.

Presentation title and description:

Boom!   That Just Happened: Real World Application with G-SuiteG-Suite formerly Google Apps for Education has become a collection of tools that educators across the Globe are using to engage and support students.  Bring your device and play along as we explore practical examples of how these applications are being integrated into the 21st century classroom. Join Look Hubbard, a 5-Star presenter, for a day at the SCOE computer lab!

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