2021 Summer Institute

2021 Summer Institute Program.pdf

Details

Date: July 19-23, 2021

Time: Varies by Session

Location: Sessions will be held both virtually and in-person at various locations. Please check session registration details carefully.

Registration: See individual session listings for registration details.

The 2021 Summer Institute is coming July 19-23.

Subscribe for text updates and we will keep you informed about the event. Registration links for individual sessions can be found below or from within the event program.


Sessions that are open for registration:

Postvention Suicide Response

with Rene Kesler

July 19, In-Person

Postvention is an organized response in the aftermath of a Suicide to accomplish any one or more of the following:

  1. To provide immediate support to facilitate the healing of survivors of suicide loss through their grief process.

  2. To mitigate other negative effects of exposure to suicide.

  3. To prevent suicide among people who are at high risk after exposure to suicide.

Attend a session at the Malheur ESD Summer Institute on July 19, 2021 from 8:00am – 11:30am.

Foundations in Writing for K-1

with Yolanda Westerberg

July 19, In-Person

Launch your writing class with determination, organization and enthusiasm! Come learn to implement, sustain and celebrate writing in your classroom! Workshop will be held at the Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario, OR. Space is limited-sign up to reserve your spot today! Cost is free to Oregon Educators with preference given to educators currently working in Grant, Harney, Lake, Malheur, and Wallowa County school districts.

Bootstrap Algebra

with Nickie Shira, Frontier STEM Hub

July 19-21, In-Person

Bootstrap Algebra is a 25-hour curricular module for students ages 12-16, which teaches algebraic and geometric concepts through computer programming.

Eastern Oregon SEL Pyramid Pilot Project (Pre K-2)

with Johanna Wasser, Creative Solutions for Children LLC

July 19-21, In-Person

In this session, participants will learn multiple evidence-based concepts for increasing social emotional competence in young children while decreasing the occurences of challenging behavior. The focus includes all children from preschool through second grade. Practices are derived from positive supports and trauma informed care. Key concepts include: understanding behavior and building relationships, creating schedules and routines to the third power, directions, expectations, transitions, structuring the learning context, and teaching social and emotional skills. This 3 Day workshop is for coaches and teachers participating in the 2021-22 Eastern Oregon SEL Pyramid Pilot Project.

Registration is for members of the E. Oregon SEL Pyramid Project. If you are interested in participating as part of this pilot and teach in one of our pilot districts (Annex, Crane, Frenchglen, North Lake, Prairie City, or Wallowa); please contact the Eastern Oregon REN for more information.

Writing Workshop (Grades 2-5)

with Yolanda Westerberg

July 20, In-Person

Launch your writing class with determination, organization, and enthusiasm! Come learn to implement, sustain and celebrate writing in your Grade 2-5 classroom! Workshop will be held at the Four Rivers Cultural Center in Ontario, OR. Space is limited-sign up to reserve your spot today! Cost is free to Oregon Educators with preference given to educators currently working in Grant, Harney, Lake, Malheur, and Wallowa County school districts.

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (NCI) Training

July 20, In-Person

Nonviolent Crisis Intervention (NCI) training is perfect for primary caregivers, educators, and human service professionals who directly intervene in crisis situations, teaching staff de-escalation techniques as well as restrictive and nonrestrictive interventions. This is an in-person training, with a virtual prerequisite component.

Supporting Science Learning for all Students

July 20, Virtual

This session will provide educators with useful tools for supporting all learners through the use of formative learning processes. Formative learning processes monitor student learning to provide ongoing feedback that can be used by educators to improve their teaching and by students to improve their learning. Both educators and students share the responsibility of facilitating the process. Educators will be provided with information for accessing resources in the Oregon Open Learning Open Educational Resource hub as well as the new statewide Science Interim Assessment Item Bank. At the end of the session, session participants will be provided with an opportunity to provide feedback on the state review of the current science standards (NGSS).

Conscious Discipline

July 20-21, In-Person

Conscious Discipline® is a comprehensive classroom management program and social-emotional curriculum based on current brain research, child development information, and developmentally appropriate practices. Conscious Discipline® has been specifically designed to make changes in the lives of adults first. The adults, in turn, change the lives of children.

Disciplinary Literacy

with Yolanda Westerberg

July 21, In-Person

Teachers of All Subjects - Come learn to implement, sustain and celebrate writing in your secondary classroom! This workshop not only shows that incorporating carefully structured writing activities into your content lessons actually increases understanding and achievement, but also proves how writing can save, not consume valuable instructional time.

Literacy PD for Admin, Coaches & Teachers

with Yolanda Westerberg

July 21, In-Person

Teachers, coaches, and administrators will discover how to work together as teams of leaders to create systematic processes and implement best practices that ensure the learning of every student and to boost literacy success in your building!


Regional Video PD Team Training

with Steve Wyborney, Eastern Oregon REN

July 23, Remote

This training session is for the members of the EOREN Micro Video PD Team. During the session, team members will learn how to use Camtasia to develop Micro PD videos for distribution throughout the EOREN. Additionally, team members will co-develop a production schedule for the 2021-2022 school year and review team member expectations. * This session will be fully remote.