Summer 2022 Professional Development

Location of all in-person sessions are tentatively scheduled at Unity Junior High unless otherwise noted. Please check back in July for confirmation


 

📅 Monday, July 25 📅

Using Lumio In The Classroom

***In-Person***

🕗 8-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to assist participants in navigating Lumio - a digital learning tool used for turning lessons into collaborative learning experiences. The session will focus on creating and editing lessons in Lumio and how to deliver lessons to students. Participants will bring their curriculum with them in order to build lessons. Previous experience using Lumio is not a prerequisite.

📧 Presenter: Jill Heyes

Using Schoology as Your LMS

***In-Person***

🕗 8-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to assist participants who are interested in increasing their skills and growing their personal resource library in Schoology. Participants will bring lessons and curriculum in order to build assignments, assessments, and rubrics in Schoology. There will be time to build curriculum-aligned assignments, assessments, and/or rubrics under the guidance of an experienced Schoology instructor. Participants should have familiarity with the platform.

📧 Presenter: Katy Mascheri

MasteryConnect — Formative Assessment Creation

***In-Person***

🕗 8-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to assist participants as they build formative assessments and create questions in MasteryConnect. Participants will bring lessons and curriculum in order to build assessments. They will receive training on how to create items within their personal teacher banks and compile the items to build personalized and shareable assessments. The remaining time will be spent building curriculum-aligned assessments under the guidance of an experienced MasteryConnect instructor. Participants should already be familiar with the basics of MasteryConnect and should have built trackers and administered benchmarks within the platform. 

📧 Presenter: Mark Melka

Using GoGuardian and Pear Deck In The Classroom

***In-Person***

🕗 8-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to familiarize participants with the district's two new digital platforms.  The first part of the session will introduce GoGuardian (the district's new device monitoring platform) and its uses in the classroom environment.  The second part of the session will provide training on the use of Pear Deck - a Google Slides add-on that allows teachers to take their existing Google Slides presentations and easily infuse them with interactivity to increase engagement and facilitate formative assessment. Participants will bring Google Slide presentations and curriculum in order to build Pear Decks. 

📧 Presenter: Matt Kovich

Special Education Summer Series: Structuring Your Classroom For Success

***In-Person***

🕙 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

Learn techniques to create a classroom environment that reduces distractions and encourages a safe and calming environment for all students.

📧 Presenter: Michelle Nugent

Writing Across The Content Areas

***Virtual***

🕙 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 100

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

We will discuss strategies that teachers can use throughout the school day increase and improve students' writing. Several examples will be given, and  participants will have time to look at their first unit to determine how they will incorporate the discussed strategies.

📧 Presenter: Benjamin Zulauf

Vicarious Trauma

***Virtual***

🕗 9-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 50

⭐ CPDUs: 2 ⭐

This training addresses trauma and its impact on those in caring professions. Participants will discuss the “caring traumas” and learn how to identify and address the signs and symptoms of each. Additionally, participants will contextualize these concepts by examining the systemic issues that can contribute to them. Finally, participants will learn about ways to address trauma and promote individual and organizational self-care.

📧 Presenter: ICOY

Early Childhood Best Practice: Implementing Pyramid

***In-Person***

🕣 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 8 ⭐

During the 2021-2022 school year the EC program explored the Pyramid Model. This session will discuss the ways to continue implementation of different areas of pyramid and how to implement them in the classroom. Time will be given to set personal goals for the year, and creat materials to meet those goals.

📧 Presenter: Jackie Rage

📧 Presenter: Christina Saenz

Breakout EDU

***Virtual***

🕣 10:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 1.5 ⭐

Breakout EDU is a way to enhance problem-solving thinking, cooperation, and formative assessment in the 3rd-8th grade classroom. Come see how to use it and how to integrate it into your lessons

📧 Presenter: Devin Lawton

Using Lumio In The Classroom

***In-Person***

🕗 12-3 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to assist participants in navigating Lumio - a digital learning tool used for turning lessons into collaborative learning experiences. The session will focus on creating and editing lessons in Lumio and how to deliver lessons to students. Participants will bring their curriculum with them in order to build lessons. Previous experience using Lumio is not a prerequisite.

📧 Presenter: Jill Heyes

Using Schoology as Your LMS

***In-Person***

🕗 12-3 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to assist participants who are interested in increasing their skills and growing their personal resource library in Schoology. Participants will bring lessons and curriculum in order to build assignments, assessments, and rubrics in Schoology. There will be time to build curriculum-aligned assignments, assessments, and/or rubrics under the guidance of an experienced Schoology instructor. Participants should have familiarity with the platform.

📧 Presenter: Katy Mascheri

MasteryConnect — Formative Assessment Creation

***In-Person***

🕗 12-3 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to assist participants as they build formative assessments and create questions in MasteryConnect. Participants will bring lessons and curriculum in order to build assessments. They will receive training on how to create items within their personal teacher banks and compile the items to build personalized and shareable assessments. The remaining time will be spent building curriculum-aligned assessments under the guidance of an experienced MasteryConnect instructor. Participants should already be familiar with the basics of MasteryConnect and should have built trackers and administered benchmarks within the platform. 

📧 Presenter: Neal Siegellak

Using GoGuardian and Pear Deck In The Classroom

***In-Person***

🕗 12-3 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to familiarize participants with the district's two new digital platforms.  The first part of the session will introduce GoGuardian (the district's new device monitoring platform) and its uses in the classroom environment.  The second part of the session will provide training on the use of Pear Deck - a Google Slides add-on that allows teachers to take their existing Google Slides presentations and easily infuse them with interactivity to increase engagement and facilitate formative assessment. Participants will bring Google Slide presentations and curriculum in order to build Pear Decks. 

📧 Presenter: Matt Kovich

Using iReady Data To Plan For Tier 2 Interventions

***Virtual***

🕗 1-3 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 2 ⭐

We have a lot of data from iReady. What do we do with it and how do we manage to find the time to do what needs to be done to help students? This session will help you plan for how to do that the most effectively.

📧 Presenter: Jen Jasensky


 

📅 Tuesday, July 26 📅

Restorative Circles In Schools

***Virtual***

🕗 8-10 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 2 ⭐

The purpose of the Restorative Circles in Schools professional development is to provide participants with an overview of circles and how to use them in school. Participants will also learn about a variety of different types of circles. The Goal is to have participants walk away with a better understanding and knowledge of circles and to be able to implement them in their classrooms. 

📧 Presenter: Jack Rein

Using Lumio In The Classroom

***In-Person***

🕗 8-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to assist participants in navigating Lumio - a digital learning tool used for turning lessons into collaborative learning experiences. The session will focus on creating and editing lessons in Lumio and how to deliver lessons to students. Participants will bring their curriculum with them in order to build lessons. Previous experience using Lumio is not a prerequisite.

📧 Presenter: Jill Heyes

MasteryConnect — Formative Assessment Creation

***In-Person***

🕗 8-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to assist participants as they build formative assessments and create questions in MasteryConnect. Participants will bring lessons and curriculum in order to build assessments. They will receive training on how to create items within their personal teacher banks and compile the items to build personalized and shareable assessments. The remaining time will be spent building curriculum-aligned assessments under the guidance of an experienced MasteryConnect instructor. Participants should already be familiar with the basics of MasteryConnect and should have built trackers and administered benchmarks within the platform. 

📧 Presenter: Mark Melka

Using GoGuardian and Pear Deck In The Classroom

***In-Person***

🕗 8-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to familiarize participants with the district's two new digital platforms.  The first part of the session will introduce GoGuardian (the district's new device monitoring platform) and its uses in the classroom environment.  The second part of the session will provide training on the use of Pear Deck - a Google Slides add-on that allows teachers to take their existing Google Slides presentations and easily infuse them with interactivity to increase engagement and facilitate formative assessment. Participants will bring Google Slide presentations and curriculum in order to build Pear Decks. 

📧 Presenter: Matt Kovich

Culture & Trauma

***Virtual***

🕗 9-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 50

⭐ CPDUs: 2 ⭐

Trauma has context. That context oftentimes has cultural and historical roots. This training will explore the relationship between trauma and culture by looking specifically at populations who are at high risk for experiencing trauma. Participants will also learn about the ways power and oppression impact trauma and access to resources. Lastly, participants will learn about the resilience and protective factors this communities have built to combat trauma.

📧 Presenter: ICOY

Math Backwards Planning: Addition And Subtraction For K-3

***HYBRID: You choose whether you would like to be In-person or virtual***

🕣 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

How does addition and subtraction work its way from Kindergarten through 3rd grade? This session will take you through the progressions and then help you backwards plan the units that include addition and subtraction.

📧 Presenter: Math Department

Special Education Summer Series: Navigating My Service Tracker

***In-Person***

🕙 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

An interactive bootcamp to learn all of the ins and outs of the IEP system.  We will review all of the new features and the type of information applicable to all of the fields.

📧 Presenter: Rich Golminas

Science and Engineering Practices K-8

***In-Person***

🕘 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 100

⭐ CPDUs: 5.5 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to Help Students Make Sense of the World using Science and Engineering Practices (SEP) in Science. Learn how SEP play a role in equitable learning and scientific literacy.  The afternoon session will be grade level break outs and focus on how the practices look in YOUR class, how we can teach science using these practices and how they support writing across content areas. 

📧 Presenter: Katy Mascheri

📧 Presenter: Colleen Arriola

Trauma Informed Classroom

***Virtual***

🕙 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 2 ⭐

The goal of the Trauma informed classroom PD is to give an overview of trauma informed supports and strategies teachers can use in the classroom to support their students.

📧 Presenter: Andrew Blonigen

Early Childhood Review: Being Prepared For ECERS

***In-Person***

🕗 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 8 ⭐

The PFA classes will be having there state visit this year to evaluate the quality of our programs. This session will review the evaluation tool and how to incorporate best practice into your daily routine to meet these expectations.

📧 Presenter: Christina Saenz

📧 Presenter: Jackie Rage

Using Lumio In The Classroom

***In-Person***

🕗 12-3 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to assist participants in navigating Lumio - a digital learning tool used for turning lessons into collaborative learning experiences. The session will focus on creating and editing lessons in Lumio and how to deliver lessons to students. Participants will bring their curriculum with them in order to build lessons. Previous experience using Lumio is not a prerequisite.

📧 Presenter: Jill Heyes

MasteryConnect — Formative Assessment Creation

***In-Person***

🕗 12-3 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to assist participants as they build formative assessments and create questions in MasteryConnect. Participants will bring lessons and curriculum in order to build assessments. They will receive training on how to create items within their personal teacher banks and compile the items to build personalized and shareable assessments. The remaining time will be spent building curriculum-aligned assessments under the guidance of an experienced MasteryConnect instructor. Participants should already be familiar with the basics of MasteryConnect and should have built trackers and administered benchmarks within the platform. 

📧 Presenter: Neal Siegellak

Using GoGuardian and Pear Deck In The Classroom

***In-Person***

🕗 12-3 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to familiarize participants with the district's two new digital platforms.  The first part of the session will introduce GoGuardian (the district's new device monitoring platform) and its uses in the classroom environment.  The second part of the session will provide training on the use of Pear Deck - a Google Slides add-on that allows teachers to take their existing Google Slides presentations and easily infuse them with interactivity to increase engagement and facilitate formative assessment. Participants will bring Google Slide presentations and curriculum in order to build Pear Decks. 

📧 Presenter: Matt Kovich

Math Backwards Planning: Place Value For K-5

***HYBRID: You choose whether you would like to be In-person or virtual***

🕗 12:30-3:30 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

How does the concept of place value work its way from Kindergarten through 5th grade? This session will take you through the progressions and then help you backwards plan the units that include an emphasis on place value.

📧 Presenter: Math Department


 

📅 Wednesday, July 27 📅

The Knowledge Gap

***Virtual***

🕗 9-10 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 1,000

⭐ CPDUs: 1 ⭐

Natalie Wexler's first session will focus on the information presented in her book The Knowledge Gap: The Hidden Cause of America’s Broken Education System—And How to Fix It, which discusses the importance of moving content to the foreground in a knowledge-building curriculum.

📧 Presenter: Natalie Wexler

The Writing Revolution

***Virtual***

🕗 10:15-11:15 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 1,000

⭐ CPDUs: 1 ⭐

In her second session, Wexler will discuss the components of effective writing instruction and how to embed writing across the curriculum, which is the topic discussed in another text she's coauthored--The Writing Revolution: A Guide to Advancing Thinking Through Writing in All Subjects and Grades. 

📧 Presenter: Natalie Wexler

Using Structured Literacy With Multilingual Learners

***Virtual***

🕗 11:30 a.m.- 12:30 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 1,000

⭐ CPDUs: 1 ⭐

In this session, Dr. Elsa Cárdenas-Hagan will discuss how teachers can use a structured literacy approach to meet the needs of multilingual learners, as well as the importance of teachers educating themselves on their students’ home languages so they can spot orthographic and phonological similarities and differences, and use that information to inform their reading instruction.

📧 Presenter: Elsa Cardenas-Hagan

Nurturing Automatic Readers

***Virtual***

🕗 1-2 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 1,000

⭐ CPDUs: 1 ⭐

This session introduces attendees to several theoretical frameworks that are essential to understanding how people actually learn to read. Goldberg will share her journey through the learning process and discusses why we should consider making changes to our literacy practices to better fit the needs of all students.

📧 Presenter: Margaret Goldberg

The Science Of Reading With Biliterate Students

***Virtual***

🕘 2:15-3:15 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 1,000

⭐ CPDUs: 1 ⭐

In this session, Dr. Lillian Durán will discuss how the Simple View of Reading connects to Spanish as well as best practices in screening and assessing multilingual students. Durán compels educators to avoid viewing biliteracy and dual language support as a sub-population of their classroom and instead prioritize the development of students’ home languages, whatever they may be, alongside English instruction.

📧 Presenter: Dr. Lillian Duran


 

📅 Thursday, July 28 📅

MasteryConnect — Formative Assessment Creation

***In-Person***

🕗 8-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to assist participants as they build formative assessments and create questions in MasteryConnect. Participants will bring lessons and curriculum in order to build assessments. They will receive training on how to create items within their personal teacher banks and compile the items to build personalized and shareable assessments. The remaining time will be spent building curriculum-aligned assessments under the guidance of an experienced MasteryConnect instructor. Participants should already be familiar with the basics of MasteryConnect and should have built trackers and administered benchmarks within the platform. 

📧 Presenter: Mark Melka

Using GoGuardian and Pear Deck In The Classroom

***In-Person***

🕗 8-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 20

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

The purpose of this session is to familiarize participants with the district's two new digital platforms.  The first part of the session will introduce GoGuardian (the district's new device monitoring platform) and its uses in the classroom environment.  The second part of the session will provide training on the use of Pear Deck - a Google Slides add-on that allows teachers to take their existing Google Slides presentations and easily infuse them with interactivity to increase engagement and facilitate formative assessment. Participants will bring Google Slide presentations and curriculum in order to build Pear Decks. 

📧 Presenter: Matt Kovich

K-2: TCI Science and Social Studies Backwards Planning Of Unit 1

***In-Person***

🕘 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 60

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

Working in grade level groups, you will plan your first Science TCI unit for the year The focus will be on aligning lessons to proficiency scales, anchor activities, resources, and formative assessments for a great first quarter.

📧 Presenter: Nicole Davis

📧 Presenter: Christina Rodriguez

 

Back To The Basics With Classroom Management

***Virtual***

🕣 9-11 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 2 ⭐

During this professional development opportunity, participants will review why classroom management and relationship building with students is important, consider common classroom mistakes and ways to fix them, discuss proactive strategies to limit misbehavior in the classroom, and consider classroom-wide behavior management plans.

📧 Presenter: Andrew Blonigen

Math Backwards Planning: Multiplication and Division for 3-5

***HYBRID: You choose whether you would like to be In-person or virtual***

🕙 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

How does multiplication and division work its way from 3rd through 5th grade? This session will take you through the progressions and then help you backwards plan the units that include multiplication and addition.

📧 Presenter: Math Department

Math Backwards Planning: Expressions and Equations For 6-8

***HYBRID: You choose whether you would like to be In-person or virtual***

🕣 12:30-3:30 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

How does expressions and equations work its way from 6th through 8th grade? This session will take you through the progressions and then help you backwards plan the units that include expressions and equations.

📧 Presenter: Math Department

3rd-5th: TCI Science and Social Studies Backwards Planning Of Unit 1

***In-Person***

🕧 12:30-3:30 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 60

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

Working in grade level groups, you will plan your first Science TCI unit for the year The focus will be on aligning lessons to proficiency scales, anchor activities, resources, and formative assessments for a great first quarter.

📧 Presenter: Nicole Davis

📧 Presenter: Christina Rodriguez

 

How To Uses And Incorporate VR Into Classes

***In-Person***

🕐 1:00-2:30 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 1.5 ⭐

How to utilize our VR headsets to supplement lessons. 

📧 Presenter: Matt Kovich


 

📅 Friday, July 29 📅

Supporting The Whole You: Setting Yourself Up For A Successful School Year

***In-Person***

🕗 8:30-9:30 a.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 1 ⭐

How can you start this school year off with your best foot forward? Explore areas of vulnerability that could set you back and how to develop a fool proof success plan. Active participation and sharing time enhance your commitment to harnessing strengths and re-camping unhealthful behaviors.

📧 Presenter: Amanda Norris

Use of Formal And Informal Formative Assessments To Move Learning Forward

***Virtual***

🕘 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

Based on the book Assessment as a Catalyst for Learning; learn assessment strategies that are easy to implement in the classroom and focus on what students know and need to do next.  Engage students in the learning process and how to support them in taking ownership of their learning.

📧 Presenter: Victoria Caballero

📧 Presenter: Christina Rodriguez

Math Backwards Planning: Ratio and Proportion For 6-8

***HYBRID: You choose whether you would like to be In-person or virtual***

🕣 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

How does ratio and proportion work its way from 6th through 8th grade? This session will take you through the progressions and then help you backwards plan the units that include ratio and proportion.

📧 Presenter: Math Department

Special Education Summer Series: Special Education Law & Writing Compliant IEPs

***In-Person***

🕣 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 3 ⭐

Learn the lastes Special Education Law Updates & How to write IEPs that produce results for your students. 

📧 Presenter: Ella Farmer

De-Escalation In The Classroom

***In-Person***

🕙 12-2 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 2 ⭐

Learn effective de-escalation strategies, how to effectively respond to behaviors in the classroom, and how to engage with a student after a crisis. Leave with a plan that can be implemented in your classroom.

📧 Presenter: Alison Espinoza


 

Two Day Courses

***REQUIRES ATTENDANCE FOR BOTH DAYS***

2 Day Restorative Workshop Retreat

***In-Person***

📅 July 29 & August 5 📅

🕙 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 40

⭐ CPDUs: 8 ⭐

Wellness comprises of eight mutually co-dependence dimensions: emotional, physical, occupational, social, spiritual, intellectual, environmental, and financial. If any one of these dimensions is neglected over time, it will adversely affect one's health, well-being, and quality of life.

📧 Presenter: Amanda Norris

CPI 2-Day Certification Classes

***In-Person At EC Center***

📅 August 8 & 9 📅

🕣 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 12 ⭐

The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program combines innovative concepts regarding violent behavior into an educational system that gives staff easy-to-understand models to use when confronted with anxious, hostile, or violent behavior. CPI’s focus is on prevention, and the core training program equips staff with proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile, or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage. The focus of this training is providing de-escalation supports for staff working with a variety of students. Initial 2 day classes are open to all. 

📧 Presenter: Jack Rein

📧 Presenter: Aimee Raczkowski

 

CPI 2-Day Certification Classes

***In-Person at EC Center***

📅 August 10 & 11 📅

🕣 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 12 ⭐

The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program combines innovative concepts regarding violent behavior into an educational system that gives staff easy-to-understand models to use when confronted with anxious, hostile, or violent behavior. CPI’s focus is on prevention, and the core training program equips staff with proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile, or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage. The focus of this training is providing de-escalation supports for staff working with a variety of students. Initial 2 day classes are open to all. 

📧 Presenter: Jack Rein

📧 Presenter: Eugenia Panousis

📧 Presenter: Lauren Hagan

 

CPI 2-Day Certification Classes

***In-Person at EC Center***

📅 August 15 & 16 📅

🕣 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 12 ⭐

The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program combines innovative concepts regarding violent behavior into an educational system that gives staff easy-to-understand models to use when confronted with anxious, hostile, or violent behavior. CPI’s focus is on prevention, and the core training program equips staff with proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile, or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage. The focus of this training is providing de-escalation supports for staff working with a variety of students. Initial 2 day classes are open to all. 

📧 Presenter: Jack Rein


 

CPI Refresher Courses

***MUST HOLD A VALID CPI BLUE CARD IN ORDER TO TAKE THE REFRESHER CLASS***

🏫 LOCATION: Drexel Elementary School Gym 🏫

📅 August 8 📅

🕣 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 6 ⭐

The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program combines innovative concepts regarding violent behavior into an educational system that gives staff easy-to-understand models to use when confronted with anxious, hostile, or violent behavior. CPI’s focus is on prevention, and the core training program equips staff with proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile, or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage. The focus of this training is providing de-escalation supports for staff working with a variety of students. 

📧 Presenter: Cory Kalyvas

📧 Presenter: Brad Randmark

📧 Presenter: Eugenia Panousis

📅 August 9 📅

🕣 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 6 ⭐

The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program combines innovative concepts regarding violent behavior into an educational system that gives staff easy-to-understand models to use when confronted with anxious, hostile, or violent behavior. CPI’s focus is on prevention, and the core training program equips staff with proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile, or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage. The focus of this training is providing de-escalation supports for staff working with a variety of students. 

📧 Presenter: Alison Espinoza

📧 Presenter: Laura Hagan

📧 Presenter: Lisa Lazansky-Roach

📅 August 10 📅

🕣 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 6 ⭐

The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program combines innovative concepts regarding violent behavior into an educational system that gives staff easy-to-understand models to use when confronted with anxious, hostile, or violent behavior. CPI’s focus is on prevention, and the core training program equips staff with proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile, or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage. The focus of this training is providing de-escalation supports for staff working with a variety of students. 

📅 August 11 📅

🕣 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

👪 Participant Limit: 30

⭐ CPDUs: 6 ⭐

The Nonviolent Crisis Intervention® training program combines innovative concepts regarding violent behavior into an educational system that gives staff easy-to-understand models to use when confronted with anxious, hostile, or violent behavior. CPI’s focus is on prevention, and the core training program equips staff with proven strategies for safely defusing anxious, hostile, or violent behavior at the earliest possible stage. The focus of this training is providing de-escalation supports for staff working with a variety of students. 

📧 Presenter: Christopher Vanderkuyl

📧 Presenter: Mayda Zamarripa

📧 Presenter: Nicole Manley