GaDOE Professional Learning Events
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.
A strong understanding of educational assessment is foundational to high-quality assessment practices in classrooms. An educator becomes assessment literate by mastering basic principles of sound assessment design, implementation, interpretation, and use to meet the diverse needs of all students.
The purpose of this nine-webinar series is to provide K-12 educators with the foundational knowledge and skills necessary to design, select, interpret and use assessments to make better educational decisions for students and improve student achievement outcomes.
November 1, Day 1: Assessment Foundations for Teachers & Leaders
November 15, Day 2: Formative Assessment Processes, Part 1
November 29, Day 3: Formative Assessment Processes, Part 2
December 6, Day 4: Formative Assessment Processes, Part 3
January 10, Day 5: Summative Classroom Assessment, Part 1
January 24, Day 6: Summative Classroom Assessment, Part 2
February 7, Day 7: Summative Classroom Assessment, Part 3
February 28, Day 8: Standardized Assessments
March 14, Day 9: Balanced Assessment Systems
Are you an Infinite Campus administrator or lead school nurse? Does your health module need to be set up or updated? Do you need information on how the setup can improve the use of the system on the user side? This session will cover defining conditions, treatments, medications, complaints, observations, and interventions, set up of vaccine compliance logic, defining screening types, custom documents, and defining tool rights for end users. The recommended audience is the district staff who sets up the health module and a lead nurse or district nurse.
Structured Literacy Series for Students with Disabilities: Multisensory Learning & Vocabulary
Join us as we discuss research on the importance of teaching vocabulary. Multisensory practice strategies for teaching vocabulary to students with disabilities will be shared.
Goal: To provide teachers with multiple ways to teach vocabulary to improve achievement for students with disabilities.
Outcome: To demonstrate ways to incorporate multisensory strategies in current teaching of vocabulary for all content areas to increase the achievement for students with disabilities.
Title IV, Part B – 21st Century Community Learning Centers (CCLC) staff will provide current grantees with an overview of the Program Evaluation process for the 2022-2023 school year and discuss the upcoming Formative Evaluation.