PDSI 9922 Prepared, Positive & Personable: Educating to Inspire the Next Generation!
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.
- 3 – 4 Semester University of the Pacific Graduate Level Credits in 5-6 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
Dates: Start Date: Monday, June 26, 2017 End Date: Friday, June 30, 2017 (4:00pm - 6:00pm Wellness Daily)
Start time: 08:00 a.m.
End time: 06:00 p.m.
Venue: Roseburg High School
Address: 400 West Harvard Ave. Roseburg, OR 97470
$365.00 – $610.00
Enroll now before prices increase!
There will be a $100 non refundable deposit and no refunds after June 1.
Contact Your Site Coordinator
Hillary McClintickEugene/Roseburg Site Coordinator
Hillary McClintick earned her Bachelors of Science degree with a major in Journalism/communication studies and a minor in Mathematics, as well as her Masters in Education from the University of Oregon. She is in her 7th year of teaching at Cal Young Middle School in Eugene, Oregon.
In addition to teaching, Hillary coaches the 2008 State Championship Dance Team at Sheldon High School in Eugene, Oregon, and she owns and runs her own private dance studio from her home called The Next Step Dance Studio.
She has been married to her husband Ryan for 7 years, and they just had their first child this winter, a beautiful baby girl named Hallie.
A Word From the President
“In the early 90’s, I met a teacher named Ken Purnell from Eastern Oregon. He attended our original conference in Montesano, WA. After the conference each day, Ken would successfully cold call on local residents to hire him to paint their roadside curbs. He really impressed us, so we hired him to start a new site in Redmond, Oregon. His son Dustin, also a loyal and hardworking young man took over the site when Ken retired. Thorough Dustin, he recommended his sister-in-law, Hillary to start new sites in Eugene and Roseburg, Oregon. What a gift she turned out to be for SI. She is tremendously organized, passionate and caring. Thank-you to the Purnell/McClintick family for your contributions to our SI Oregon success!”
Hillary McClintickEugene/Roseburg Site Coordinator
Dr. Bill Hayne
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.
Title: Diversifying Instructional Design to Cultivate Student Success
This workshop will focus upon an examination of instructional design from the framework of diverse learners in the classroom. Whether this diversity reflects cultural and ethnic variation, learning challenges and ability variance, or behavioral complications teachers are challenged to create classrooms that provide heightened engagement levels in all students. Students from diverse cultural and learning backgrounds bring tremendous talent, aptitude and capability to enhance educational practice yet these are so often overlooked in the midst of all the other demands teachers face.
Paul Weill is a former middle and high school language arts and social studies teacher, curriculum and staff development specialist, and school improvement leader. He is currently the Curriculum Coordinator for the Springfield Public Schools in Springfield, Oregon where he provides teacher training in effective instructional practices. Paul is also Co-Principal of Gateways High School. Paul is very involved in literacy reform and has a particular interest and passion for helping struggling adolescent readers. Paul has presented widely on topics including reading, writing, differentiated instruction, brain-based teaching and learning, project learning, performance assessment and critical thinking. He is especially interested in helping students think to learn.
Title: Good Thinkers Aren’t Born—They Are Made: Why We Must Teach Thinking to Learn
This is an activity-based workshop that is designed to help teachers of any grade level or content area magnify the power of critical thinking and questioning in order to reach higher levels of student engagement, learning and achievement.
I received my BA in Physical Education from the University of Northern Iowa. I then went on to earn my Masters of Exercise Science with an emphasis in Physical Education for Special Populations. I have spent my career teaching in New Mexico, Iowa and Oregon in a variety of positions in the realm of Physical Education. I moved to Oregon in 2002 and live in Eugene with my husband and three children.
Title: Collaborative Learning and Movement
In this seminar I will present a variety of different fitness activities, games and ideas for use in your Physical Education classes. This will be beneficial for both Physical Education teachers and classroom teachers.
Matt Coleman is the Executive Director of the Educational Policy Improvement Center in Eugene, Oregon. He has over 20 years experience in education as a science teacher, high school assistant principal, middle school principal, high school principal, Secondary Education Director, and Assistant Superintendent. Matt received his doctorate from the University of Oregon with an emphasis in learning assessment systems and performance.
Title: The Four Keys to College and Career Readiness
This course will focus on developing a shared understanding of college and career readiness by exploring the Four Keys to College and Career Readiness – a model developed by Dr. David Conley and the Education Policy Improvement Center.
Kathy is in her second career after coaching collegiate softball for 30 years. She is pleased to be in her 4th year of presenting at the Summer Institute.