Upcoming Professional Learning Opportunities

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CCIRA 2021 Virtual Conference

February 5-6, 19-20, 2021

The CCIRA Conference on Literacy is one of the largest in the Rocky Mountain region.
Each year, we host incredible speakers, authors, students, teachers, and vendors who remind us why literacy matters. Join us for the largest collaboration on literacy in the region!

For details and registration, CLICK HERE

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CO ASCD Spring Webinar Series

Teacher & Student Well-Being

Sunday, May 2

Saturday, May 8

Saturday, May 15

2:00 - 3:30 PM Mountain Time

Watch and Participate Live or On-Demand

Free for members!

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CO ASCD Spring Webinar Series

Teacher & Student Well-Being

Sunday, May 2

Saturday, May 8

Saturday, May 15

2:00 - 3:30 PM Mountain Time

Watch and Participate Live or On-Demand

Free for members!

sunrise.png

CO ASCD Spring Webinar Series

Teacher & Student Well-Being

Sunday, May 2

Saturday, May 8

Saturday, May 15

2:00 - 3:30 PM Mountain Time

Watch and Participate Live or On-Demand

Free for members!

Pause...Take a Deep Breath: Mental Health in the Classroom
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Sunday May 2, 2-3:30 pm MT
with Dr. Monica Mulholland

Feeling exhausted and discouraged? Is your plate fuller than you would like it to be? You are not alone! To a greater or lesser degree, we are all living in a time of emotional distress, exacerbated by a global pandemic that has been going on longer than anyone expected. In this webinar, participants will learn ways that mental health education can be integrated into the curriculum in a way that does not overburden teachers. In fact, mindfulness, deep breathing, and yoga are among the most effective coping strategies to manage stress, build resilience, and improve cognitive brain functions such as concentration, working memory, problem solving, and attention to detail.

Social Emotional Learning: The Vital Component of a Balanced Resilient Student
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Saturday, May 8, 2-3:30 pm MT
with Chelley Gardner-Smith

 

 

The purpose of this webinar is to help you to help your students to live well in the midst of the uncertain circumstances that we all have been faced with throughout this unprecedented school year. Chelley will share two practical, successful methods that have been tested in the classroom, that can help students grow more resilient and emotionally intelligent.

Relax Your Brain, Embrace Vulnerability and Pass Your Umbrella
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Saturday, May 15, 2:00 - 3:00 MT with Jon Harper

It's been a year like none other. You have worked hard, learned a lot, and probably made some mistakes along the way. Summer is fast approaching and while you may not have the summer off, it is often a time for reflection and growth. In this webinar, you are going to learn strategies that will help you realize that your year was better than you thought. You will also learn the importance of being vulnerable and learning how and when to ask for help. Participants will leave feeling good about themselves and excited about their future.