GaDOE Professional Learning Events
Be Healthy with Green Cleaning
Did you know that people spend an average of 90% of their time indoors? Studies conducted by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) show levels of several common organic pollutants to be 2 to 5 times higher inside homes than outside. By following a few guidelines, you can improve your indoor environment, save money, and help conserve natural resources. Learn how to simplify cleaning and reduce harmful organic compounds in the home.
Culinary Arts and Nutrition & Food Science Instructors Only. Participants will participate in an interactive presentation on the modernist mother sauces. During the presentation, standards will be identified that can be addressed in your virtual or face-to-face classrooms. You will be able to take the skills learned and use them in your classes and for future student competitions
A major tenant of the CTI program is to support student transition and to provide appropriate transition services that will result in achievement of student career goals. CTI students often need support in determining career directions. The SDCDM is a transition tool that can be used to enable students to set career-related goals, to make career-related choices and decisions, to develop plans and implement to reach career goals, and to self-reflect on progress toward career-related goals. The SDCDM has been adopted by the Division of Special Education, Ga Dept. of Education as part of its transition initiative. CTI Coordinators will be trained on proper administration of the SDCDM and appropriate utilization of results.
This virtual workshop is designed This workshop will be presented on the MS Teams platform. Attendees will be provided a link to join the workshop.
Leadership used to be defined by position or title, responsibility or authority. But the truth is leadership is a matter of ‘influence’. Dave Weber names 12 key principles in the form of words that all begin with ‘X’! For example: “Xtract a Dream, Xtend a Helping Hand, Xpose Yourself to Winners…” This fast, fun, and highly interactive session is sure to impact all of the participants both professionally and personally. Using humor, cartoons, and interactive activities everyone gains insight on: The Power of Goals, Getting Out of Ruts, What Needs to Be Purged, Impact of Role Models, Staying on Course, Givers Versus Takers, Getting People on Board, Considering New Options, and Not Letting Others Pull You Down
Join Christie Copeland of Irwin County Schools as she discusses ways to support disciplinary literacy in your library media center.