Events

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Safety Care Training "Lite" (Chapters 1-4) Juniata Valley Staff only

February 17, 2023
Juniata Valley Elementary School
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is an initial training, and not a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

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Friday, February 17
8am - 3:30pm
Safety Care Training "Lite" (Chapters 1-4)

Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEEs)

February 21, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
STEM
Act 48 Activity Hours

Instructor(s): Peney Wright, Eric Yoder 


Description of Activity: All of central Pennsylvania is part of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and there are five other watersheds that our state impact. Pennsylvania is committed to protecting these precious natural resources. A water shed is land area whose runoff drains into any river, stream, lake, and/or ocean. However, runoff from fields, lawns, pavement, and construction sites could carry potentially harmful materials from our watersheds to our rivers, bays and oceans. Even if you live, work, or play far from a river, your actions could have an impact on the quality of the water in many areas. Grants are available to fund MWEEs. 
 

A MWEE is…students exploring real world issues…in the field and in the classroom…students using evidence to draw conclusions and… take action! MWEEs use project-based methods, as well as, student voice and choice to engage learners in Local Issues Definition and Research, Outdoor Field Experiences, Synthesis and Conclusion, all leading towards Stewardship and Civic Action. These essential 4 student supporting practices are structured by active teacher support, local context, classroom integration and sustained activity. 


Environmental Education and Advocate Stakeholders urge all school districts to engage learners in at least one MWEE in elementary, one MWEE in middle school and one MWEE in high school. MWEEs support PA’s New SE, EE & TE Academic Standards. During  MWEE Session #1 we’ll walk you through a MWEE in action. In Session #2 we will spend most of the day experiences Outdoor Field Experience. There will be time during the second session for preliminary planning for your own MWEE. 


Sessions Progression: Session #1 must be completed first, but any subsequent Session #2 workshop may be selected throughout 
the school year. They can be, but do not have to be, completed in close proximity.

Audience: all PreK-12 educators, library/media specialists, STEM Specialists,  
Instructional Coaches, special education educators

Credits: Will be awarded after Session 2 is completed.

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Tuesday, February 21

Implementing the New PA Integrated Science (SE), Environment, Ecology (EE), Technology and Engineering (TE) Standards

February 28, 2023 - March 1, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
STEM
Act 45 Activity Hours Act 48 Activity Hours

Instructor(s): Peney E. Wright, Eric Yoder  


Description of Activity: Full implementation of PA’s Integrated SE, TE & ELS (STEELS) Academic Standards and revised PSSA Science Testing format will begin school year 2025-2026. In preparation for this 3-year roll out, we are offering a series of two workshop sessions. In session #1, we will unpack the new standards’ characteristics and format, focus on student performance expectations and take a deep dive into grade level and grade band STEELS 3-dimensional standards. Session #2 supports educators with project-based learning pedagogy and communicating claim-evidence- reasoning (C-E-R) techniques to meet student performance expectations; followed by district wide time for creating a plan of action for the district and curriculum mapping.  
  
          Teams will set goals and plan regularly scheduled meetings and IU check-ins.  
         Minimum of seven per team.  
        Act 48 and 45 credit will be awarded.  
         A light breakfast and lunch will be served.  
 

Strongly Recommended: Assemble a team of at least one district-level administrator, curriculum and instruction director, special education director, one building administrator, one K-2 teacher, one 3-5 teacher, one middle school teacher, one high school teacher,  
a STEM teacher, one or more special education teachers, one or more ELL teachers, an instructional coach, and/or guidance counselors.  


Sessions Progression: Session #1 must be completed first, but any subsequent Session #2 workshop may be selected throughout the school year. They can be, but do not have to be, completed in close proximity.  
 

See additional PD opportunities to support the new standards: Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEEs), Engineering is Elementary (EiE) and Engineering by Design (EbD) 

Audience: administrators, principals or assistant principals, curriculum director, elementary  
teachers, middle school teachers, high school teachers, STEM teachers, instructional coaches, library media specialists, special education teachers, ELL teachers and/or guidance counselor 

Credit will not be awarded until both sessions are complete. 

 
 

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Tuesday, February 28
8am - 4pm
Session 1
Wednesday, March 1
8am - 4pm
Session 2

Safety Care Re-certification Training

March 7, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is an initial training, and not a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

 

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Tuesday, March 7
8am - 3:30pm
Safety Care Re-certification Training

Safety Care Re-Certification Training at HASD, HASD Staff Only

March 13, 2023
Huntingdon Area Middle School
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is  a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

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Monday, March 13
8am - 3:30pm
Safety Care Re-certification Training

Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEEs)

March 14 - 15, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11 Outdoor Field Experience (TBD)
STEM
Act 48 Activity Hours

Instructor(s): Peney Wright, Eric Yoder 


Description of Activity: All of central Pennsylvania is part of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and there are five other watersheds that our state impact. Pennsylvania is committed to protecting these precious natural resources. A water shed is land area whose runoff drains into any river, stream, lake, and/or ocean. However, runoff from fields, lawns, pavement, and construction sites could carry potentially harmful materials from our watersheds to our rivers, bays and oceans. Even if you live, work, or play far from a river, your actions could have an impact on the quality of the water in many areas. Grants are available to fund MWEEs. 
 

A MWEE is…students exploring real world issues…in the field and in the classroom…students using evidence to draw conclusions and… take action! MWEEs use project-based methods, as well as, student voice and choice to engage learners in Local Issues Definition and Research, Outdoor Field Experiences, Synthesis and Conclusion, all leading towards Stewardship and Civic Action. These essential 4 student supporting practices are structured by active teacher support, local context, classroom integration and sustained activity. 


Environmental Education and Advocate Stakeholders urge all school districts to engage learners in at least one MWEE in elementary, one MWEE in middle school and one MWEE in high school. MWEEs support PA’s New SE, EE & TE Academic Standards. During  MWEE Session #1 we’ll walk you through a MWEE in action. In Session #2 we will spend most of the day experiences Outdoor Field Experience. There will be time during the second session for preliminary planning for your own MWEE. 


Sessions Progression: Session #1 must be completed first, but any subsequent Session #2 workshop may be selected throughout 
the school year. They can be, but do not have to be, completed in close proximity.

Audience: all PreK-12 educators, library/media specialists, STEM Specialists,  
Instructional Coaches, special education educators

Credits: Will be awarded after Session 2 is completed.

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Tuesday, March 14
8:30am - 4pm
Session 1
Wednesday, March 15
8:30am - 4pm
Out Door Field Experience (TBD) Session 2

Engineering by Design (EbD)

March 21, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
STEM
Act 48 Activity Hours

Instructor(s): Eric Yoder, Peney Wright, Lisa Kruse 
 

Description of Activity: With strong STEM integration anchored in real-world, place-based, learning Engineering by Design (EbD) facilitates in-depth learning for your students. Comprehensive, turn-key STEM engineering design processes, place-based and local “problems,” diverse realistic characters, as well as career connections are all woven 
into EiE’s curricula. EiE supports the New PA STEELS Academic Standards. 


Engineering byDesign™ (EbD)™ is built on the belief that the ingenuity of children is untapped, unrealized potential that, when properly motivated, will lead to the next generation of technologists, innovators, designers, and engineers. 
 

Why EbD? 
Using Constructivist models, students participating in the program learn concepts and principles in an authentic problem-/project-based environment. Through an integrative STEM environment, EbD™ uses all four STEM content areas, as well as English Language Arts, to hlep students understand the complexities of tomorrow. 
 

Join us for a free overview session where we will explore strong, guided and supportive online resources for teachers, digital and hardcopy storybooks, and materials/supply kits. Free sample resources provided. In-person, hybrid and remote learning options are available.

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Tuesday, March 21
8:30am - 4pm
Engineering by Design

Implementing the New PA Integrated Science (SE), Technology and Engineering (TE), Environmental Literacy and Sustainability (ELS) “STEELS” Academic Standards

March 22, 2023 - April 12, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
STEM
Act 45 Activity Hours Act 48 Activity Hours

Instructor(s): Peney E. Wright, Eric Yoder 


Description of Activity: Full implementation of PA’s Integrated SE, TE & ELS (STEELS) Academic Standards and revised PSSA Science Testing format will begin school year 2025-2026. In preparation for this 3-year roll out, we are offering a series of two workshop sessions. In session #1, we will unpack the new standards’ characteristics and format, focus on student performance expectations and take a deep dive into grade level and grade band STEELS 3-dimensional standards. Session #2 supports educators with project-based learning pedagogy and communicating claim-evidence- reasoning (C-E-R) techniques to meet student performance expectations; followed by district wide time for creating a plan of action for the district and curriculum mapping. 
 
           Teams will set goals and plan regularly scheduled meetings and IU check-ins. 
         Minimum of seven per team. 
         Act 48 and 45 credit will be awarded. 
         A light breakfast and lunch will be served. 
 

Strongly Recommended: Assemble a team of at least one district-level administrator, curriculum and instruction director, special education director, one building administrator, one K-2 teacher, one 3-5 teacher, one middle school teacher, one high school teacher, 
a STEM teacher, one or more special education teachers, one or more ELL teachers, an instructional coach, and/or guidance counselors. 


Sessions Progression: Session #1 must be completed first, but any subsequent Session #2 workshop may be selected throughout the school year. They can be, but do not have to be, completed in close proximity. 
 

See additional PD opportunities to support the new standards: Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEEs), Engineering is Elementary (EiE) and Engineering by Design (EbD)

Audience: administrators, principals or assistant principals, curriculum director, elementary 
teachers, middle school teachers, high school teachers, STEM teachers, instructional coaches, library media specialists, special education teachers, ELL teachers and/or guidance counselor

Credit will not be awarded until both sessions are complete.

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Wednesday, March 22
8am - 4pm
Session 1
Wednesday, April 12
8am - 4pm
Session 2

Safety Care Re-certification Training MCSD

March 24, 2023
Lewistown Intermediate School
Special Education

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is  a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

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Friday, March 24
8am - 3pm
Safety Care Re-certification Training

Safety Care Initial Training March 28-29, 2023

March 28 - 29, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is an initial training, and not a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

 

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Tuesday, March 28
8am - 3:30pm
Wednesday, March 29
8am - 3:30pm
Safety Care Initial Training Day 2

Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEEs)

March 29 - 30, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11 Outdoor Field Experience (TBD)
STEM

Instructor(s): Peney Wright, Eric Yoder 


Description of Activity: All of central Pennsylvania is part of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and there are five other watersheds that our state impact. Pennsylvania is committed to protecting these precious natural resources. A water shed is land area whose runoff drains into any river, stream, lake, and/or ocean. However, runoff from fields, lawns, pavement, and construction sites could carry potentially harmful materials from our watersheds to our rivers, bays and oceans. Even if you live, work, or play far from a river, your actions could have an impact on the quality of the water in many areas. Grants are available to fund MWEEs. 
 

A MWEE is…students exploring real world issues…in the field and in the classroom…students using evidence to draw conclusions and… take action! MWEEs use project-based methods, as well as, student voice and choice to engage learners in Local Issues Definition and Research, Outdoor Field Experiences, Synthesis and Conclusion, all leading towards Stewardship and Civic Action. These essential 4 student supporting practices are structured by active teacher support, local context, classroom integration and sustained activity. 


Environmental Education and Advocate Stakeholders urge all school districts to engage learners in at least one MWEE in elementary, one MWEE in middle school and one MWEE in high school. MWEEs support PA’s New SE, EE & TE Academic Standards. During  MWEE Session #1 we’ll walk you through a MWEE in action. In Session #2 we will spend most of the day experiences Outdoor Field Experience. There will be time during the second session for preliminary planning for your own MWEE. 


Sessions Progression: Session #1 must be completed first, but any subsequent Session #2 workshop may be selected throughout the school year. They can be, but do not have to be, completed in close proximity.

Audience: all PreK-12 educators, library/media specialists, STEM Specialists,  
Instructional Coaches, special education educators

Credits: Will be awarded after Session 2 is completed.

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Wednesday, March 29
8:30am - 4pm
Session 1
Thursday, March 30
8:30am - 4pm
Out Door Field Experience (TBD) Session 2

Code.org CS Fundamentals Workshop for Elementary Teachers - Hybrid

April 6, 2023
Your Internet Ready Computer
STEM
Act 48 Activity Hours

Instructor(s): Peney E. Wright, M.Ed. TIU 11 STEM/STEAM Curriculum and Instruction Specialist 
 

Description of Activity: Code.org CS Fundamentals: Fully supported, free computer science curriculum and activities for Elementary Teachers 

Regardless of what subject you teach, computer science is foundational knowledge for all students in the 21st century. Incorporating it into your classroom will give your students a huge leg up. Besides, this is a subject the kids love learning. With the help of this  Code.org, no cost, one-day workshop for elementary school teachers, you will receive support in teaching computer science even if you have no prior experience. In addition, the activities are really fun! 

What’s in a workshop? 
In-person instruction from an experienced computer science facilitator, including an intro to computer science, pedagogy, overview of the online curriculum, teacher dashboard, and strategies for teaching “unplugged” classroom activities. Over 10,000 teachers have participated in a workshop and the majority say it’s the best PD they’ve ever attended. 
 

What you'll get from this workshop: 
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  • In-person instruction from an experienced computer science facilitator.
  • An intro to computer science and pedagogy.
  • An overview of the online curriculum and teacher dashboard.
  • A printed curriculum guide containing course lesson plans.
  • Strategies for teaching "unplugged" classroom activities.
  • A certificate of completion.
  • Code.org swag!

Sign up now so you can start teaching these life-changing skills!  Learn more about Code.org’s K-5 program at http://code.org/k5 . Please feel free to 
email Peney Wright for more details. pwright@tiu11.org

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Thursday, April 6
8am - 4pm
April 6 Virtual Session

School Counselor Network

April 14, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

Description: The School Counselor Network (SCN) is an opportunity for school counselors within IU 11 to network with other professionals, learn best practices, and access the most up-to-date resources.  Topics are based on participants’ interests and current trends in our communities.  In order to provide the most beneficial information, the SCN may utilize guest speakers, student forums, round table discussions, etc. 

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Friday, April 14
9am - 12pm
School Counselor Network

Principal's Networking - Secondary

April 17, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

This will be a time district principals can gather together to ask questions. We will share what is happening at PDE and seek how the IU can help.  We will also have time just to share with each other. Also, if there are any trainings you wish to have, we can arrange those as well. These meetings will be held quarterly.

 

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Monday, April 17
9am - 12pm

Principal's Networking - Elementary

April 18, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Curriculum
Act 48 Activity Hours

Principals’ Networking Meeting-Elementary:


This will be a time district principals can gather together to ask questions. We will share what is happening at PDE and seek how the IU can help.  We will also have time just to share with each other. Also, if there are any trainings you wish to have, we can arrange those as well. These meetings will be held quarterly.

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Tuesday, April 18
9am - 12pm

Safety Care Re-certification Training

April 20, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is  a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

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Thursday, April 20
8am - 3:30pm

Building School and District Administrator Awareness of the PA “STEELS” Academic Standards: NGSX PLANS (2 Day Professional Learning)

April 25, 2023 - May 3, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
STEM
Act 48 Activity Hours

Instructor(s): Peney E. Wright 


Description of Activity: Professional learning for district and school administrators, curriculum directors, special education administrators, instructional coaches, science leaders and STEM teacher leaders across the region to build understanding of shifts in science education that can lead to more equitable, student-centered, rigorous science instruction. 


Instructional leadership and active support at the building and district level is an essential part of a successful outcome for teachers of science and for their students. This pathway experience will help building and district teams identify what needs to be in place to help this new vision for science education become a reality. 

Audience: administrators, principals or assistant principals, curriculum directors, STEM teachers, instructional coaches, science department chairs, science leaders, special education teachers, ELL teachers and guidance counselors.


Act 48 and 45 credit will be awarded. 
*A light breakfast and lunch will be served.

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Tuesday, April 25
8am - 4pm
Day One
Wednesday, May 3
12 - 4pm
Day Two

Safety Care Re-certification Training

May 4, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is  a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

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Thursday, May 4
8am - 3:30pm

Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEEs)

June 14 - 15, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11 Outdoor Field Experience (TBD)
STEM
Act 48 Activity Hours

Instructor(s): Peney Wright, Eric Yoder 


Description of Activity: All of central Pennsylvania is part of the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and there are five other watersheds that our state impact. Pennsylvania is committed to protecting these precious natural resources. A water shed is land area whose runoff drains into any river, stream, lake, and/or ocean. However, runoff from fields, lawns, pavement, and construction sites could carry potentially harmful materials from our watersheds to our rivers, bays and oceans. Even if you live, work, or play far from a river, your actions could have an impact on the quality of the water in many areas. Grants are available to fund MWEEs. 
 

A MWEE is…students exploring real world issues…in the field and in the classroom…students using evidence to draw conclusions and… take action! MWEEs use project-based methods, as well as, student voice and choice to engage learners in Local Issues Definition and Research, Outdoor Field Experiences, Synthesis and Conclusion, all leading towards Stewardship and Civic Action. These essential 4 student supporting practices are structured by active teacher support, local context, classroom integration and sustained activity. 


Environmental Education and Advocate Stakeholders urge all school districts to engage learners in at least one MWEE in elementary, one MWEE in middle school and one MWEE in high school. MWEEs support PA’s New SE, EE & TE Academic Standards. During  MWEE Session #1 we’ll walk you through a MWEE in action. In Session #2 we will spend most of the day experiences Outdoor Field Experience. There will be time during the second session for preliminary planning for your own MWEE. 


Sessions Progression: Session #1 must be completed first, but any subsequent Session #2 workshop may be selected throughout the school year. They can be, but do not have to be, completed in close proximity.

Audience: all PreK-12 educators, library/media specialists, STEM Specialists,  
Instructional Coaches, special education educators

Credits: Will be awarded after Session 2 is completed.

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Sessions

Wednesday, June 14
8:30am - 4pm
Session 1
Thursday, June 15
8:30am - 4pm
Out Door Field Experience (TBD) Session 2

Implementing the New PA Integrated Science (SE), Technology and Engineering (TE), Environmental Literacy and Sustainability (ELS) “STEELS” Academic Standards

June 20 - 21, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
STEM
Act 45 Activity Hours Act 48 Activity Hours

Instructor(s): Peney E. Wright, Eric Yoder 


Description of Activity: Full implementation of PA’s Integrated SE, TE & ELS (STEELS) Academic Standards and revised PSSA Science Testing format will begin school year 2025-2026. In preparation for this 3-year roll out, we are offering a series of two workshop sessions. In session #1, we will unpack the new standards’ characteristics and format, focus on student performance expectations and take a deep dive into grade level and grade band STEELS 3-dimensional standards. Session #2 supports educators with project-based learning pedagogy and communicating claim-evidence- reasoning (C-E-R) techniques to meet student performance expectations; followed by district wide time for creating a plan of action for the district and curriculum mapping. 
 
           Teams will set goals and plan regularly scheduled meetings and IU check-ins. 
         Minimum of seven per team. 
         Act 48 and 45 credit will be awarded. 
         A light breakfast and lunch will be served. 
 

Strongly Recommended: Assemble a team of at least one district-level administrator, curriculum and instruction director, special education director, one building administrator, one K-2 teacher, one 3-5 teacher, one middle school teacher, one high school teacher, 
a STEM teacher, one or more special education teachers, one or more ELL teachers, an instructional coach, and/or guidance counselors. 


Sessions Progression: Session #1 must be completed first, but any subsequent Session #2 workshop may be selected throughout the school year. They can be, but do not have to be, completed in close proximity. 
 

See additional PD opportunities to support the new standards: Meaningful Watershed Educational Experiences (MWEEs), Engineering is Elementary (EiE) and Engineering by Design (EbD)

Audience: administrators, principals or assistant principals, curriculum director, elementary 
teachers, middle school teachers, high school teachers, STEM teachers, instructional coaches, library media specialists, special education teachers, ELL teachers and/or guidance counselor

Credit will not be awarded until both sessions are complete.

 

 

 

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Tuesday, June 20
8am - 4pm
Session 1
Wednesday, June 21
8am - 4pm
Session 2

Safety Care Re-certification Training

June 27, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is  a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

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Tuesday, June 27
8am - 3:30pm

Safety Care Re-certification Training

July 6, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is  a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

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Thursday, July 6
8am - 3:30pm

Safety Care Re-certification Training

August 2, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is  a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

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Wednesday, August 2
8am - 3:30pm

Safety Care Initial Training August 16-17, 2023

August 16 - 17, 2023
Tuscarora Intermediate Unit 11
Special Education
Act 48 Activity Hours

Safety-Care is a training program for staff working with children, adolescents, or adults who may exhibit challenging or dangerous behavior.  Participants in the course learn a wide variety of prevention skills so that they can each contribute to a physical and social environment that encourages behavior patterns that are positive and safe.  Please note that this is  a re-certification.   There will be a $7.00 charge for materials and processing. 1/2 hour lunch on your own. We need a minimum of 6 people in order to run the training. 

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Wednesday, August 16
8am - 3:30pm
Thursday, August 17
8am - 3:30pm