K-8 Math Standards Review and Revision with ODE

Jan 26 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Oregon has taken on work to re-imagine math experiences and policies statewide to remove systemic educational barriers in math. The vision of the Oregon Math Project is to transform instruction by attending to student choice, agency, and belonging in mathematics so all learners experience the joy, beauty, and wonder of mathematics. The periodic review of the Oregon K-12 mathematics standards scheduled this school year, is an opportunity to focus content and align to the vision of transformed math instruction. Online feedback sessions have been set up in January and February 2021 to give participants an opportunity to learn more about the K-12 math review and revision, including: • Presenters will share how the work of revising state math standards supports success for all students through access to high-quality mathematics instruction that includes connecting content expectations to application. • Presenters will share current drafts of the Oregon K-12 math standards and invite additional opportunities to engage in the review and revision process. Audience: Administrators, instructional coaches, counselors, K-12 teachers Presenter: Mark Freed ODE Register at this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf4Ki5A56oi0iMkOnkQNONK2thnO8PVov_fojUoLSjMPBYB8g/viewform

HS Math Standards Review and Revision with ODE

Jan 27 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Oregon has taken on work to re-imagine math experiences and policies statewide to remove systemic educational barriers in math. The vision of the Oregon Math Project is to transform instruction by attending to student choice, agency, and belonging in mathematics so all learners experience the joy, beauty, and wonder of mathematics. The periodic review of the Oregon K-12 mathematics standards scheduled this school year, is an opportunity to focus content and align to the vision of transformed math instruction. Online feedback sessions have been set up in January and February 2021 to give participants an opportunity to learn more about the K-12 math review and revision, including: • Presenters will share how the work of revising state math standards supports success for all students through access to high-quality mathematics instruction that includes connecting content expectations to application. • Presenters will share current drafts of the Oregon K-12 math standards and invite additional opportunities to engage in the review and revision process. • High school sessions will include information on Oregon’s 2+1 course model for high school math. The model supports 2 credits core mathematics content with a specialized math option for the third credit. Audience: Administrators, instructional coaches, counselors, K-12 teachers Presenter: Mark Freed, ODE Register at this link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf4Ki5A56oi0iMkOnkQNONK2thnO8PVov_fojUoLSjMPBYB8g/viewform

OER (Open Education Resources) Workshop

Jan 29 from 9:00 AM to 10:15 AM

Zoom Link: https://www.zoomgov.com/j/1608309976?pwd=c1dIV2M1MGs3YlM4RDM2TFRyZm1nZz09

Description: The OER Workshop is an introduction to the basics of OER, open licensing and how to navigate and contribute to the Oregon Open Learning Hub. The following learning outcomes are addressed: I can explain the ‘Why’ and the ‘What’ of the Oregon Open Learning Hub. I can navigate, search for resources, and join the OER Commons and Oregon Open Learning. I can recognize Open Licensing. Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ewEUl07rsGeKYoiTHMXTl6Cj2QOdkfmq/view?usp=sharing Here is a link to the registration form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeTKm_GlX-NUynf4aZz7wSEUk1Q5U15dDp9sK9w5Xg1gGwHKg/viewform?usp=sf_link

Yolanda Westerberg Virtual Secondary Disciplinary Literacy Workshop!

Feb 2 from 3:30 PM to 5:00 PM

Virtual

Yolanda Westerberg Virtual Secondary Disciplinary Literacy Workshop! Yolanda will be discussing argumentative writing and sharing tools and uses! Flyer: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1tGSR7pEDE2GzweZaKjvV42gSrXbdt6XUXfpvsdUbAAA/edit?usp=sharing Registration Link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSeG6MVbVgWdiINyCSi_wgsg1x-mC8GXFjU-EBq3B9nscSQHFQ/viewform?usp=sf_link

STEM Happy Hour Chats

Feb 2 from 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM

Each STEM Happy Hour will be focused on a different topic for teachers. Invite This message is heading to our STEMOregon teacher partners. We hope you'll share this note with friends and colleagues who are looking for connection. Over 100 Oregon educators participated in the Spring! Create community There has never been a more important time to find community and share "What is working?"! These loosely facilitated sessions are spaces for you to laugh with others, learn from others, share your ideas, and get inspiration to keep you going in these challenging times of Distance and Hybrid Learning. • Open to Oregon educators seeking community and connection. • No experience teaching STEM subjects necessary and we highly encourage elementary educators to join in the fun. • All teachers (K-12), anywhere in the state, are welcome. Consistently find resources The South Metro Salem STEM Partnership offers these sessions every 1st & 3rd Tuesday. If you can't join this one we hope to see you on a Tuesday soon! Register Click to receive access to this FREE series Zoom link and password that we use every session and join on weeks that work best for you. www.tinyurl.com/STEMchats4Oregon or https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdR_VADZnQKGgbDXqKlSKbOu_hmqUW2f017s-plaXHWVWujJg/viewform

Helping Teachers Foster a Strong and Supportive Learning Environment for Multilingual Students

Feb 5 to Feb 26 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Sessions will include: -best practices to empower and encourage multilingual learners -updated research on how to best create a welcome and supportive environment for multilingual learners -integrated language development in literacy instruction For more details and to register, please go to this link: https://ww.greatminds.org/ww-masterclass-registration

Engaging Special Needs Learners in an Online Setting

Feb 10 from 3:30 PM to 4:30 PM

Online/Adobe Connect Link

Presenter: Susan Rodgers, Eastern Oregon Regional Autism Department It’s no secret that teaching in an online setting contains some inherent challenges. Adding a learner with special needs into the equation brings additional considerations. Receive tips and strategies designed to increase the effectiveness of your interactions, making it a more enjoyable experience for all! Information will be shared which should be pertinent to learners experiencing a variety of of conditions. Intended audience: Specialists, classroom teachers, assistants, special education teachers, anyone who provides online instruction to students. Location: Webinar format, via AdobeConnect Participants will be e-mailed a link to attend the webinar, as well as supporting materials such as handouts, the day before the event How to register: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdRSKB8SxI7GuIPBIZoeMcfuhTTNW0eJMMIre759dpiFWPjbg/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1&flr=0

Helping Teachers Foster a Strong and Supportive Learning Environment for Multilingual Students

Feb 12 to Mar 5 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Sessions will include: -best practices to empower and encourage multilingual learners -updated research on how to best create a welcome and supportive environment for multilingual learners -integrated language development in literacy instruction For more details and to register, please go to this link: https://ww.greatminds.org/ww-masterclass-registration

STEM Happy Hour Chats

Feb 16 from 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM

Each Happier Hour is a chance to explore topics relevant to best practices and STEM instruction with your fellow teachers! Invite This message is heading to our STEMOregon teacher partners. We hope you'll share this note with friends and colleagues who are looking for connection. Over 100 Oregon educators participated in the Spring! Create community There has never been a more important time to find community and share "What is working?"! These loosely facilitated sessions are spaces for you to laugh with others, learn from others, share your ideas, and get inspiration to keep you going in these challenging times of Distance and Hybrid Learning. • Open to Oregon educators seeking community and connection. • No experience teaching STEM subjects necessary and we highly encourage elementary educators to join in the fun. • All teachers (K-12), anywhere in the state, are welcome. Consistently find resources The South Metro Salem STEM Partnership offers these sessions every 1st & 3rd Tuesday. If you can't join this one we hope to see you on a Tuesday soon! Register Click to receive access to this FREE series Zoom link and password that we use every session and join on weeks that work best for you. www.tinyurl.com/STEMchats4Oregon or https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdR_VADZnQKGgbDXqKlSKbOu_hmqUW2f017s-plaXHWVWujJg/viewform

Helping Teachers Foster a Strong and Supportive Learning Environment for Multilingual Students

Feb 19 to Mar 12 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Sessions will include: -best practices to empower and encourage multilingual learners -updated research on how to best create a welcome and supportive environment for multilingual learners -integrated language development in literacy instruction For more details and to register, please go to this link: https://ww.greatminds.org/ww-masterclass-registration

Helping Teachers Foster a Strong and Supportive Learning Environment for Multilingual Students

Feb 26 to Mar 19 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM

Sessions will include: -best practices to empower and encourage multilingual learners -updated research on how to best create a welcome and supportive environment for multilingual learners -integrated language development in literacy instruction For more details and to register, please go to this link: https://ww.greatminds.org/ww-masterclass-registration

STEM Happy Hour Chats

Mar 2 from 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM

Each STEM Happy Hour will be focused on a different topic for teachers. Invite This message is heading to our STEMOregon teacher partners. We hope you'll share this note with friends and colleagues who are looking for connection. Over 100 Oregon educators participated in the Spring! Create community There has never been a more important time to find community and share "What is working?"! These loosely facilitated sessions are spaces for you to laugh with others, learn from others, share your ideas, and get inspiration to keep you going in these challenging times of Distance and Hybrid Learning. • Open to Oregon educators seeking community and connection. • No experience teaching STEM subjects necessary and we highly encourage elementary educators to join in the fun. • All teachers (K-12), anywhere in the state, are welcome. Consistently find resources The South Metro Salem STEM Partnership offers these sessions every 1st & 3rd Tuesday. If you can't join this one we hope to see you on a Tuesday soon! Register Click to receive access to this FREE series Zoom link and password that we use every session and join on weeks that work best for you. www.tinyurl.com/STEMchats4Oregon or https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdR_VADZnQKGgbDXqKlSKbOu_hmqUW2f017s-plaXHWVWujJg/viewform

STEM Happy Hour Chats

Mar 16 from 4:00 PM to 4:55 PM

Each Happier Hour is a chance to explore topics relevant to best practices and STEM instruction with your fellow teachers! Invite This message is heading to our STEMOregon teacher partners. We hope you'll share this note with friends and colleagues who are looking for connection. Over 100 Oregon educators participated in the Spring! Create community There has never been a more important time to find community and share "What is working?"! These loosely facilitated sessions are spaces for you to laugh with others, learn from others, share your ideas, and get inspiration to keep you going in these challenging times of Distance and Hybrid Learning. • Open to Oregon educators seeking community and connection. • No experience teaching STEM subjects necessary and we highly encourage elementary educators to join in the fun. • All teachers (K-12), anywhere in the state, are welcome. Consistently find resources The South Metro Salem STEM Partnership offers these sessions every 1st & 3rd Tuesday. If you can't join this one we hope to see you on a Tuesday soon! Register Click to receive access to this FREE series Zoom link and password that we use every session and join on weeks that work best for you. www.tinyurl.com/STEMchats4Oregon or https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdR_VADZnQKGgbDXqKlSKbOu_hmqUW2f017s-plaXHWVWujJg/viewform