GaDOE Professional Learning Events
MONTHLY PROFESSIONAL LEARNING SESSIONS FOR DISTRICT MATHEMATICS SPECIALISTS
The Georgia Department of Education Mathematics Team invites mathematics leaders throughout the state to join a virtual professional learning series to prepare for the implementation of Georgia’s K-12 Mathematics Standards. Important updates will be provided monthly to support district leaders.
Are you wondering where to begin with the implementation of TrustEd Apps in your district? Join us for this session where 1EdTech will provide an overview of how to use TAMS. During that time, they will also provide information and resources that are available, including Office Hours they will offer for all Georgia districts.
This session will be offered twice: January 30 at 1 p.m. and January 31 at 10 a.m.
Join us for a one-day professional learning opportunity that will assist both general education and special education teachers in addressing challenging behaviors within the classroom. Participants will explore the science of behavior, discussing developmental norms, static and alterable variables, the function of behavior, and avoiding a power struggle. Presenters will share research on the power of relationship-building and empowerment and dive into Specially Designed Instruction (SDI) and High Leverage Practices (HLP) for Behavior.
This is a one-day, in-person event. Please register for the date and location of your choice. Seats are limited.
The Spanish Dual Language Immersion (DLI) PLC is dedicated to providing teachers and leaders information and training related to DLI programs.
PowerSchool Health Management: Defining your District Settings
Are you a District IT administrator or lead school nurse? Does your health module need to be set up or updated? Learn how to capture, manage, and track student health-related information using PowerSchool SIS Health functionality. Additionally, learn how to set up student information, such as immunizations, health screenings, customized student health plans, and more. Lastly, use system features to restrict access to student health information and to audit changes to health data
The recommended audience is the district staff who sets up the health module and a lead nurse or district nurse.