Training

IEP Goal Writing and Progress Monitoring Workshop (South)

Location: Killington Mountain Lodge - Best Western Signature Collection, Killington, VT

Audience: Curriculum Coordinators, Special Education Administrators, Special Educators

The Agency of Education presents a free workshop dedicated to the process of developing and monitoring IEP goals. Participants will have the opportunity to learn about setting and writing appropriate academic IEP goals, as well as how to monitor those goals using data visualization techniques. Register for IEP Goal Writing and Progress Monitoring Workshop.

Contact: Chris Kane, Special Education Programs Manager at christopher.kane@vermont.gov

Thursday, November 14, 2019 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

Announcing the Mathematics and MTSS EdCamp Series for 2019-20 (South)

Location: News Bank Conference Center, 352 Main Street, Chester, VT

Audience: Principals, Teachers, Special Educators, Special Education Administrators, Curriculum Directors

The EdCamp focus is on the integration of social, emotional, and academic development and inclusive pedagogy and practices for all mathematics. How do schools create the highest quality mathematics instruction that is differentiated and responsive to the needs of diverse learners. Learn more and register online.

Contact: Christopher Kane at christopher.kane@vermont.gov  

Thursday, October 17, 2019 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

Announcing the Mathematics and MTSS EdCamp Series for 2019-20 (North)

Location: Le Belvedere Ctr., 100 Main Street, Suite 200, Newport, VT

Audience: Principals, Teachers, Special Educators, Special Education Administrators, Curriculum Directors

The EdCamp focus is on the integration of social, emotional, and academic development and inclusive pedagogy and practices for all mathematics. How do schools create the highest quality mathematics instruction that is differentiated and responsive to the needs of diverse learners. Learn more and register online.

Contact: Christopher Kane at christopher.kane@vermont.gov

Tuesday, October 15, 2019 - 8:00am to 3:00pm

LCAS: Convening IV - Sharing, Review and Feedback (Southern)

Location: Windham Regional Career Center, 80 Atwood Street, Brattleboro, VT

Audience: Leadership Teams

Assessment plays a central role in the assurance of equitable outcomes for all students. Excellent instruction and systemic decision-making require high-quality assessment information. When we ensure that our assessment system provides comprehensive and meaningful information, then decisions about students are more likely to be accurate, students are better able to judge their own performance and set new goals, and families are more knowledgeable about how their children are doing. In order to support the development of high-quality local comprehensive assessment systems (LCAS), the Agency of Education will be holding four convenings, in both northern and southern locations, that will address the knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to implement strong assessment systems. Please see the registration for additional information, dates and times.

Contact: Ryan Parkman at ryan.parkman@vermont.gov

Thursday, April 9, 2020 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

LCAS: Convening IV - Sharing, Review and Feedback (Northern)

Location: Center for Achievement in Public Services (CAPS), 32 College Street, Montpelier, VT

Audience: Leadership Teams

Assessment plays a central role in the assurance of equitable outcomes for all students. Excellent instruction and systemic decision-making require high-quality assessment information. When we ensure that our assessment system provides comprehensive and meaningful information, then decisions about students are more likely to be accurate, students are better able to judge their own performance and set new goals, and families are more knowledgeable about how their children are doing. In order to support the development of high-quality local comprehensive assessment systems (LCAS), the Agency of Education will be holding four convenings, in both northern and southern locations, that will address the knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to implement strong assessment systems. Please see the registration for additional information, dates and times.

Contact: Ryan Parkman at ryan.parkman@vermont.gov

Wednesday, April 8, 2020 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

LCAS: Convening III - Student-Designed Assessments (Southern)

Location: Windham Regional Career Center, 80 Atwood Street, Brattleboro, VT

Audience: Leadership Teams

Assessment plays a central role in the assurance of equitable outcomes for all students. Excellent instruction and systemic decision-making require high-quality assessment information. When we ensure that our assessment system provides comprehensive and meaningful information, then decisions about students are more likely to be accurate, students are better able to judge their own performance and set new goals, and families are more knowledgeable about how their children are doing. In order to support the development of high-quality local comprehensive assessment systems (LCAS), the Agency of Education will be holding four convenings, in both northern and southern locations, that will address the knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to implement strong assessment systems. Please see the registration for additional information, dates and times.

Contact: Ryan Parkman at ryan.parkman@vermont.gov

Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

LCAS: Convening II - Formative and Summative Performance Assessments (Southern)

Location: Windham Regional Career Center, 80 Atwood Street, Brattleboro, VT

Audience: Leadership Teams

Assessment plays a central role in the assurance of equitable outcomes for all students. Excellent instruction and systemic decision-making require high-quality assessment information. When we ensure that our assessment system provides comprehensive and meaningful information, then decisions about students are more likely to be accurate, students are better able to judge their own performance and set new goals, and families are more knowledgeable about how their children are doing. In order to support the development of high-quality local comprehensive assessment systems (LCAS), the Agency of Education will be holding four convenings, in both northern and southern locations, that will address the knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to implement strong assessment systems. Please see the registration for additional information, dates and times.

Contact: Ryan Parkman at ryan.parkman@vermont.gov

Wednesday, December 4, 2019 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

LCAS: Convening II - Formative and Summative Performance Assessments (Northern)

Location: Center for Achievement in Public Services (CAPS), 32 College Street, Montpelier, VT

Audience: Leadership Teams

Assessment plays a central role in the assurance of equitable outcomes for all students. Excellent instruction and systemic decision-making require high-quality assessment information. When we ensure that our assessment system provides comprehensive and meaningful information, then decisions about students are more likely to be accurate, students are better able to judge their own performance and set new goals, and families are more knowledgeable about how their children are doing. In order to support the development of high-quality local comprehensive assessment systems (LCAS), the Agency of Education will be holding four convenings, in both northern and southern locations, that will address the knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to implement strong assessment systems. Please see the registration for additional information, dates and times.

Contact: Ryan Parkman at ryan.parkman@vermont.gov

Thursday, December 5, 2019 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

LCAS: Session I - Local Comprehensive Assessment System (Southern)

Location: Windham Regional Career Center, 80 Atwood Street, Brattleboro, VT

Audience: Leadership Teams

Assessment plays a central role in the assurance of equitable outcomes for all students. Excellent instruction and systemic decision-making require high-quality assessment information. When we ensure that our assessment system provides comprehensive and meaningful information, then decisions about students are more likely to be accurate, students are better able to judge their own performance and set new goals, and families are more knowledgeable about how their children are doing. In order to support the development of high-quality local comprehensive assessment systems (LCAS), the Agency of Education will be holding four convenings, in both northern and southern locations, that will address the knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to implement strong assessment systems. Please see the registration for additional information, dates and times.

Contact: Ryan Parkman at ryan.parkman@vermont.gov

Wednesday, November 6, 2019 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

LCAS: Session I - Local Comprehensive Assessment System (Northern)

Location: Center for Achievement in Public Services (CAPS), 32 College Street, Montpelier, VT

Audience: Leadership Teams

Assessment plays a central role in the assurance of equitable outcomes for all students. Excellent instruction and systemic decision-making require high-quality assessment information. When we ensure that our assessment system provides comprehensive and meaningful information, then decisions about students are more likely to be accurate, students are better able to judge their own performance and set new goals, and families are more knowledgeable about how their children are doing. In order to support the development of high-quality local comprehensive assessment systems (LCAS), the Agency of Education will be holding four convenings, in both northern and southern locations, that will address the knowledge, skills, and practices necessary to implement strong assessment systems. Please see the registration for additional information, dates and times.

Contact: Ryan Parkman at ryan.parkman@vermont.gov

Friday, November 22, 2019 - 8:30am to 3:00pm

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