Therapists and school-based clinicians typically have a number of clients on their caseload that have struggled with some form of trauma or another. It is important to note that given the many variables related to the impact of trauma, traumatized individuals are extremely diverse thereby calling for varying interventions and treatment approaches. This workshop will explore common interventions and create an opportunity to practice their use.
This training session is designed to give you an overview of the basics of the QCC software program. In particular, it will focus on:
- Logging in (your QSS ID and password) and logging out safely & securely
- The Tree View and menus available to you
- Selecting districts and fiscal years (if applicable)
- The Job Menu, used to run reports & data processes
- The QCC Print Manager, from which you will print reports and results of processes
- Exporting reports to other formats, such as PDF or Microsoft Excel (.xlsx)
Are you looking to communicate better with your students and families? Would you like to create learning portfolios to show off student work? Or, have you ever wanted to build a website for your personal use? Come and see how the NEW Google Sites can help you accomplish either your classroom and/or personal goals. Become a web designer in under 10 minutes!
Note: There will be an opportunity to earn a SCOE Badge Project digital badge during this session!
Understanding individual temperament is an important tool for an infant/toddler care teacher. This training will explore how each infant has temperament related characteristics that influence the way the infant experiences their environment. When care teachers learn about their own temperaments, they are better able to understand why they respond differently to individual children, and adapt their responses to the needs of each infant or toddler in their care.
The PaRC team will cover Voluntary Deduction Training in QCC
This training reviews the basics of two useful teacher resources: LessonPix and Google Drawings. In the LessonPix portion, we will show you how to make communication boards, icons, worksheets, and other useful materials. For Google Drawings, we will cover how to make custom file folders to print and how to use the interactive capabilities of the software to teach simple concepts. We recommend you bring your own laptop although it is not required. Intended audience: All staff.
This training describes the most common data collection systems and shows how many of them can be adapted for classroom use. Intended audience: All staff
This training focuses on simple strategies to help facilitate a positive relationship with students to improve the quality of student assessment performance and overall output in the classroom. Intended audience: School psychologists, speech and language pathologists, direct support staff, special education teachers.
PC is a program developed by Elizabeth Haughton that builds on the tool skill of phonemic awareness. Phonemic awareness is one of the necessary skills to become a strategic reader. This program utilizes the Standard Celeration Chart (SCC) to build fluency in phonemic awareness. Intended audience: All staff
Focus: ERWC Implementation
- Collaborate with fellow teachers to share best practices for implementing ERWC modules and curriculum.
- Increase your expertise related to rhetorical strategies for reading and writing.
- Gain valuable skills in feedback and assessment to improve student writing.
- One unit for the Expository Reading and Writing Network is available for $40 through CSU Stanislaus. Participants must attend all 6 sessions and complete the minimal homework.
Grow in your knowledge of literacy practices through which students can access and internalize history- social science content. Sessions highlight focus on historical thinking.
Universal Design for Learning (UDL) & Arts Integration Lesson Study is a four-night series of workshops designed to introduce ULD and Arts Integration to teachers, and help teachers utilize UDL and Arts Integration in their classrooms. Participants who attend all evenings and complete all work are eligible for 1 extended learning credit through CSUS.
The objectives of this lesson study are:
· Understand the UDL framework, and be able to utilize it in teaching practice.
Learn how to help families value, build, sustain and use social connections. Social connections help families stay strong, get through hard times and enjoy family life.
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Ever wondered what Twitter could offer you as a professional? Still trying to figure out why the pound sign is now seen everywhere as the hashtag? Let’s start your 2018 school year off with a tweet and come learn why Twitter could be something other than just another social network. This class is perfect for the Twitter beginner as it will assist you in creating your own account, help see the relevance in your particular field, and how to make Twitter useful for you.
The New CAASPP Coordinator Training is a voluntary training session designed for LEA CAASPP coordinators who are new to their role. This training will explore the final preparations for administration of the following summative assessments:
We will take a look at the various changes that take place in the adolescent brain and specifically how they relate to risky behaviors. Many times service providers are tasked not only with talking to the adolescent that may be struggling but also with the family unit, both the adolescent and the family unit can benefit from understanding some general neuroscience regarding the changes in the brain during adolescence. During this workshop we will explore practical interventions to utilize when addressing such struggles.
Did you just move to Windows 10? Do you still know how to use your computer? Come learn some tricks and become comfortable with the new operating system.
Sessions will focus on courses that have been developed to provide a high school senior with a new fourth year mathematics experience. All courses have A-G approval and will help students develop, deepen, and expand their mathematics skills before entering college.
Registrants may attend any or all sessions.
Prerequisites for attending this class:
- Intro to QCC & Print Manager
- Basic knowledge and understanding of MS Excel
In this class, we will cover:
- Creating Download Preset in the QCC Print Manager
- Downloading data to Excel (single and stacked reports)
- Sorting, subtotalling and filtering data
- Creating, formatting and updating PivotTables
This training is for QSS users only
Introduction into Laserfiche
Laserfiche is a Windows application allowing you to store, organize, and access your organization' s information. You have complete control over what type of information is stored, how long it is kept, and who can view the information. Laserfiche also allows you to create, modify, and delete content.