PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT & EVENTS
SST 13 PD Events
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8:30 am: Adolescent Literacy for School Leaders-3 part series
May 17, 2019 –
Adolescent Literacy for School Leaders is a three-part workshop designed for school leaders who want to develop a school wide literacy program at the secondary level. This workshop will look at the obstacles to teaching literacy at the secondary level, and discuss ways to have a building wide focus on literacy across academic disciplines and grade levels.
The workshop will help school leaders consider how to construct and how to monitor school wide reading programs. The workshop will also place adolescent literacy into a context of k-12 literacy and Ohio's plan to raise literacy achievement.
Please note: Part I is @ Houston Conference Center Part II & Part III are @ Mason Crossroads
April 24, 2019 Part I 8:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Houston Conference Center
May 17, 2019 Part II 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Mason Crossroads
June 12 2019 Part III 8:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Mason Crossroads
Registration is through STARS
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Your Vision Is Our Mission
State Support Teams
The 16 State Support Teams are responsible for the regional delivery of school improvement, special education, early learning and school readiness, and parent and family involvement services to districts using a differentiated technical assistance structure of support based upon need. Sixteen educational service centers (ESC’s) were selected through an RFP process to act as Fiscal Agents.
The teams work through the Office for Exceptional Children, Office of Early Learning and School Readiness, and the Office of Improvement and Innovation by providing technical assistance and professional development.
Locations and contact information for Ohio’s 16 State Support Teams may be found here.
“ Mona is an incredible resource and an asset toward the improvement of our schools/district. She brings a wealth of knowledge and is tireless in her efforts to support the work in our district.”
“Kathy has brought a wealth of information and experience to both our BLT and TBTs. She fully participates on both teams and her guidance, honest feedback, and encouragement have resulted in our more focused and effective use of the OIP. Our instruction is improving and student achievement is steadily increasing.”
”We are learning to utilize data more effectively by using the OIP 5 step process. We are also beginning to put a system in place for improvement.”
“Gives [us] another person to bounce ideas off of in terms of instructional strategies. Also, has been very helpful in terms of how TBT meetings can run more effectively.”
Ohio’s state support system includes 16 regional State Support Teams who use tools and knowledge to improve instructional practice and student outcomes by working with districts and buildings on improving systems they have in place. Our staff consists of Ohio educators who bring knowledge and experience to their work in systems change, special education, early learning and parent/family engagement. SST services are provided at no cost.