This course will cover how to enter a Budget Transfer, Quick Entry / Import, Journal Entry, Funds Transfer (TF/TV) and Financial Reports.
Strategies for using visual communication systems across a student’s day will be discussed. Material will cover the development of picture- or object-based materials for use during all routines and activities completed within the classroom. We will discuss how to teach and support visual systems for all types of students and adults. In addition, we will present information on thematic boards for use around the classroom.
Presenters: Deb Brown, BCBA; Rebecca Roope-Oliveira, SLP/AT
Come to this open lab time for help on editing your section of the SCOE website.
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Join us as noted speaker and foster youth advocate, Steve Ashman, Executive Director for the Stanislaus County, Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) shares his knowledge and expertise for the advocacy of children. Steve is a credentialed teacher and a recognized expert in the field of Special Education Law. He is a passionate advocate for all children, especially those marginalized by their circumstances.
Practical Guidelines for Evaluators and Supervisors in Documenting Unsatisfactory Employee Performance. Facts, Rules, Impact, Suggestions, Knowledge (FRISK).
- Main Menu
- Requisition Entry Screen
- Delete Line Item(s)
- Advanced Search
- Approving & Tracking
Note: This class is for QCC Requisition Users Only
*This training does not include set up or masterfiles.
Components of Coaching Network
1. Development of Skill Sets - Filling the Coach's Tool Bag
2. Networking - by topic and role, opportunities to talk to coaches from other districts
This three day professional workshop has been designed for you to:
• review significant components of the ERWC modules for middle school
• recognize your significant role in vertical alignment to increase college and career readiness
• increase your familiarity with grades 7- 8 modules and texts
• get an increased sense of the pacing, pedagogy, and instructional practices that enhance effective module implementation
• deepen your conceptual knowledge of reading comprehension strategies, close reading, text complexity, and rhetorical writing
Come Back Kids is an independent study program for Adults (18+) that want to come back and earn their High School diploma.
Attend an orientation for more information.
Date: February 8, 2019*
Time: 2:00 P.M.**
Location: Martin Petersen Event Center 720 12th Street, Modesto CA 95354
Enrollment and teachers available in Modesto, Turlock, Patterson, Ceres and Oakdale.
Number Talks is an instructional routine that supports students in building mental math and computation strategies. These routines are perfect for the diverse needs of special education students, as number talks can be modified to fit the needs of IEP goals and the individual needs of each student.
The Number Talks book, by Sherry Parrish, has more than 850 purposefully designed number talks and a DVD featuring 19 number talks filmed in actual classrooms.
Trauma Informed Practices are the link to academic achievement and social/emotional success for students who’ve experienced toxic stress and trauma. Due to repeated triggering of the fight or flight system, the neurology of these students is different than their grade level counterparts, and taking in new knowledge can often be challenging. Navigating social/emotional situations can also be difficult. Trauma Informed Practices help teachers and students to be better regulated, which decreases behavior issues, and prepares the brain for learning.
We will go over how to run a Budget Activity Report, a Financial Activity Report, a Financial Summary Report, a General Ledger Report, and how to make presets work for you.
You can turn a Word Doc into a pdf, sure. But can you make it a fillable form? Come see how experts (and Brandon) use Adobe Acrobat to easily prepare fillable forms for dissemination amongst the masses.
So you’re a regular iPhone user, are you? Are you constantly receiving that annoying notification stating that your available storage is almost full? Attend this session and discover some tips and tricks for your iOS device and receive some suggested apps that will help you with your memory storage issues. By the end of this session, not only will you have discovered a few ways to save some room on your iPhone, but you will also be equipped with a few more tools to use your device effectively.
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This course will cover a number of AP topics, such as Vender & Maintenance Look up, PO Payments, Pay Vouchers and Travel Claims, 1099 Maintenance and Accounts Payable Reports and Prelists
Ever needed to document something and you didn’t have anything to jot it down? Google Keep is a relatively new Google App that can be used in a multitude of ways, both personally and academically. Google Keep will allow you to create a colorful list for anything and keep you and your students organized with daily tasks, research projects, or setting long term goals right from your mobile device. Attendees will walk away with a good grasp of how to use Keep with your students as well as some practical uses for your own personal life.
ETC! 2019, the 20th Annual Educational Technology Conference, is a one-day event that provides administrators, teachers, IT staff, and support staff with a variety of professional development sessions about applications, hardware, technology integration, classroom use, and implementation. Speakers include local area educators, content area experts, and educational technology vendors.
Participants will have an opportunity to engage in hands-on lessons that integrates both science and mathematics. The Science and Mathematics Standards require that students learn disciplinary content and practices, and these practices intentionally overlap to demonstrate the connections between math and science.
- Use science and mathematics skills to demonstrate understanding of natural phenomena.
- Participant in hands-on science lessons that integrate mathematics.